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Thread: It is the year 2017 and I need a combo fan controller

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    It is the year 2017 and I need a combo fan controller

    Pretty sure I have been stymied looking for a fan controller that you would think would be available in 2017.

    I am looking for a "wired" fan controller, I do not want a controller that is a remote or infrared or wireless. I want to wire it in the wall with a 3 wire conductor, one for motor, one for the lights w a neutral. I do not want a fan controller that uses batteries.

    I want a fan controller that controls the fan speed and I want it to control the light on / off plus dimming and I want to use LED bulbs.

    Is there a fan controller in this day and age that does what I want?

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    it exists. saw one in HD today, about $26.

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    it exists. saw one in HD today, about $26.

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    Lutron combo switch with LED dimmer for bathroom exhaust fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IJHTHI View Post
    it exists. saw one in HD today, about $26.

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    it exists. saw one in HD today, about $26.
    Please be more specific with the product you saw at HD today. I have been looking for this product for months and I am convinced it does not exist.

    I would like this Lutron combo switch BUT with LED dimmer for my bathroom exhaust fan.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Lutron-M...1-WH/100658808

    Anyone know of an equivalent product for sale?
    Last edited by homelit; 11-20-2017 at 09:06 AM. Reason: I double posted by accident

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    Hello homelit,

    Thank you for your post!

    Unfortunately, at this time we do not have any fan/light controls rated for exhaust fans and LEDs. We thank you for the inquiry and will submit this feedback to the appropriate teams.

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    http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products.../Overview.aspx

    Just released. Would run on a two wire conductor and use a fan canopy module. Will need a pull chain type fan (Permanent split capacitor, technically). Won't work on DC motors.
    Simple automation when DIY isn't working
    intuitivehomecontrols@gmail.com
    fb.me/intuitivehomecontrols

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    Quote Originally Posted by arizman2 View Post
    Pretty sure I have been stymied looking for a fan controller that you would think would be available in 2017.I am looking for a "wired" fan controller, I do not want a controller that is a remote or infrared or wireless. I want to wire it in the wall with a 3 wire conductor, one for motor, one for the lights w a neutral. I do not want a fan controller that uses batteries.I want a fan controller that controls the fan speed and I want it to control the light on / off plus dimming and I want to use LED bulbs.Is there a fan controller in this day and age that does what I want?
    It is now the year 2020 and there still is not a switch like the MA-L3T251 that works with LED's... Would be perfect for a bathroom fan w/ light.

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