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Thread: Using current light levels to create a scene

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    Using current light levels to create a scene

    Hey guys,
    Is it possible to manually set the levels of your lights in a house to desired dimness/brightness, then use those current levels to create a new scene? Seems this is an easier way than choosing each light and guessing at which light level you want it for a particular situation/scene. I don’t see a way to do it, currently. Barring this being available, does anyone know if there’s a mechanism to submit a feature request to Lutron’s development team? Seems like it would be a pretty easy thing to program into the app.


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    I don't think there's a "use all current levels" shortcut, but you can set them how you like them and then look at what the levels are (in the phone app). You don't have to guess.

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    Currently there is not a way to program the current level to a Scene. This would be a good feature. As it stands now a Pico remote can be programmed for a favorite level and the favorite button is on the PD-5NE dimmer models. However, eve a real time option for programming Scenes or Schedules in the app would be helpful when setting them.

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