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    Question about Caseta Wireless Dimmer for 3 adjacent switches

    Hello:

    I have a light switch area that contains 3 adjacent switches (see attached photos, all of the same switches). Each switch controls a different bank of lights. I would like to replace each switch with a Caseta Wireless Dimmer but I'm unsure what model I would purchase to fit in this current configuration. Would 3 single Caseta Wireless Dimmer units fit side-by-side here, each with it's own separate faceplate? Does Lutron offer a 3-switch faceplate for 3 adjacent Caseta Wireless Dimmers? Can these existing switch locations be adjusted to fit 3 Caseta Wireless Dimmers with single or multiple faceplate(s)? I don't have any electrical experience, FYI.

    Any model numbers that would work for the configuration I am talking about would be appreciated! Thanks!



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    Any of the Caseta dimmers or switches would directly replace the switches you currently have. Which switch or dimmer will depend partly on your lights and if they have a three way set-up as well. CW-3-WH would be the Lutron screwless plate for a 3 gang application.
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    OK, great. Thanks, appreciate the prompt response.

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    Similar set-up

    I have a very very similar set-up. What is meant by "3-way set-up"? Is this where there are two separate wall panels/switches that control the same bank of lights?

    Quote Originally Posted by SanDiegoRep View Post
    Any of the Caseta dimmers or switches would directly replace the switches you currently have. Which switch or dimmer will depend partly on your lights and if they have a three way set-up as well. CW-3-WH would be the Lutron screwless plate for a 3 gang application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacheagle View Post
    I have a very very similar set-up. What is meant by "3-way set-up"? Is this where there are two separate wall panels/switches that control the same bank of lights?
    Yes, when we are referring to a 3-way circuit, or 3-way setup, we are talking about having 2 switches that control the same set of lights. For instance: A staircase typically has a 3-way circuit where the lights for the staircase are controlled by both a 3-way switch at the top of the stairs and another 3-way switch at the bottom of the stairs.

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