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Thread: Lutron Caseta PD-10NXD vs PD-5NE

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    Lutron Caseta PD-10NXD vs PD-5NE

    What is the difference between the PD-10NXD and the PD-5NE ?I am currently using a PD-6WCL dimmer and have an issue with a track light where the lights won't turn fully off, and I have seen these two dimmers referenced as possible solutions.Which is the best to resolve my issue, and what are the differences in them?Thanks.Michael.

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    Hello. The PD-10ND is has a neutral wire on the dimmer and is the only Caseta dimmer that can be wired in a three way to a mechanical switch on the other side. Also, with the neutral connected it is rated for Manetic low voltage. It also has a higher load rating then any PD-6WCL. Please see the attached link showing the specifications of all Caseta devices. https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...369987_ENG.pdf The PD-5NE requires a neutral connection and is typically used for Electronic low voltage applications and is the only Caseta dimmer that has the circular favorites button located on the dimmer itself. Being that both dimmers have neutral wires they have a lower minimum load rating. Is your track lighting using low voltage bulbs with a transformer?

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