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    Can I use a Caseta to control a ceiling fan and light?

    See the attached photo, I have a ceiling fan that is controlled by a single device which separately controls the light on/off and the fan on/off/speed control. I want to use a Caseta device to control both separately and provide on/off/dim/speed control. Is that possible with a single Caseta device?
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    This is not possible with Caseta. No plans for a fan control at all. You could go RA2Select and use two devices- a fan speed and a dimmer. Most leave that type of fan control as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDR-Mike View Post
    This is not possible with Caseta. No plans for a fan control at all. You could go RA2Select and use two devices- a fan speed and a dimmer. Most leave that type of fan control as is.

    What about the Lutron MA-LFQHW-WH Maestro Fan Control and Dimmer Kit which I understand doesn't have wifi like Caseta, but at least it looks more modern (and similar to the
    Caseta)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkb123 View Post

    What about the Lutron MA-LFQHW-WH Maestro Fan Control and Dimmer Kit which I understand doesn't have wifi like Caseta, but at least it looks more modern (and similar to the
    Caseta)?
    It's possible if the existing fan is controlled with a module that you can remove. If you can't find a removable module in the canopy, or all the wires are going into the motor assembly, then you're stuck with the original control.
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