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Thread: Lutron Sunnata - use in 3-way applictions on both ends?

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    Lutron Sunnata - use in 3-way applictions on both ends?

    Is there any way to employ the Lutron Sunnata dimmer on BOTH ends of a 3-way setup, even if one end (dead end) is a switch only? Customer likes the look and soft glow in dark and doesn't want a 'normal' rocker switch if we can use a Sunnata there, even if only as an on/off switch.

    Any thoughts, ideas? Does Lutron make a single pole switch with that LED light bar??

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    With the standard STCL-153P Sunnata dimmer in a three way it can only work with a mech switch at the other wallbox. We wouldn't recommend to use a mech switch with a locator light as it might cause functionality issues with the STCL-153P and if you are controlling LEDs as well. However near the end of January 2022 the Sunnata PRO ST-PRO-N dimmer will be released. It can work with the companion dimmer ST-RD. Here is the link to the ST-PRO-N support site page @ https://www.lutron.com/en-us/pages/s...RO-N&gqid=4323. If you have any other questions our tech support team is available at (1-888-588-7661) and support@lutron.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorothy B. View Post
    With the standard STCL-153P Sunnata dimmer in a three way it can only work with a mech switch at the other wallbox. We wouldn't recommend to use a mech switch with a locator light as it might cause functionality issues with the STCL-153P and if you are controlling LEDs as well. However near the end of January 2022 the Sunnata PRO ST-PRO-N dimmer will be released. It can work with the companion dimmer ST-RD. Here is the link to the ST-PRO-N support site page @ https://www.lutron.com/en-us/pages/s...RO-N&gqid=4323. If you have any other questions our tech support team is available at (1-888-588-7661) and support@lutron.com
    Great news about the Pro-level Sunnata. I think that will be exactly what we were looking for! Thanks.

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    Any promo videos on this product yet? If its coming out next month there should be...

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    There are videos under Lutron's official YouTube page. There is a promo video that goes over the Sunnata Family and introduces the ST-PRO-N @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1xjJAZ64T0.
    On Lutron's official YouTube page there are also installation videos for the Sunnata Pro Dimmer for both single pole and multilocation.
    I would recommend to go under Lutron Electronics official You Tube page to see our videos that cover our products, specifically in this case the Sunnata family line that includes the ST-PRO-N.
    If you have any other questions our tech support team is available at (1-888-588-7661) and support@lutron.com.

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    Hi, I was actually just wondering if the Lutron Sunnata dimmer switch comes in the exact same thing but with Wi-Fi capabilities. Does anyone know?

    I have one and would like to get more, but would like them better if they came Wi-Fi capable.

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    The standard Sunnata dimmers (STCL-153M and ST-PRO) do not have any RF capabilities. However, there are Radio RA3 versions of the Sunnata Pro dimmer, switch, and companions which do have RF capabilities. Keep in mind, these will only have network access when used with a Radio RA3 system. In standalone mode, these devices cannot communicate over Wi-Fi.

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