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Thread: RR2 / Maestro Compatibility

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    RR2 / Maestro Compatibility

    I'm looking to extend my system and the MRF2-6CL is less expensive than the RRD-F6AN (already have some of these). Are Maestro Wireless dimmers compatible with RR2 main repeater? They both seem to use same RF technology but compatibility isn't directly said (that I've found).

    Thanks.

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    No, Caseta devices do not work with RRA2.

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    So mrf2-* devices are Caseta? I was looking at the model # page for Caseta and can't find it. Lutron shows mrf2-* as just Maestro wireless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdgreg View Post
    So mrf2-* devices are Caseta? I was looking at the model # page for Caseta and can't find it. Lutron shows mrf2-* as just Maestro wireless.
    Well, it's not RRA2, so that's all that really matters. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingDiver View Post
    Well, it's not RRA2, so that's all that really matters. ;)
    Noted. Thank you! :-)

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    MRF2 is the Maestro Wireless. No repeater or bridge will work with these.
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