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Thread: Lutron Maestro dimmers with Wink?

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    Lutron Maestro dimmers with Wink?

    Does anyone have any knowledge as to whether the Lutron Maestro dimmers can connect with the Wink hub? My home has 5 Maestro dimmers, and I'd love a way to control them wirelessly alongside other home automation efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dishdasher View Post
    Does anyone have any knowledge as to whether the Lutron Maestro dimmers can connect with the Wink hub? My home has 5 Maestro dimmers, and I'd love a way to control them wirelessly alongside other home automation efforts.
    No they are not compatible with any home automation gateways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by az1324 View Post
    No they are not compatible with any home automation gateways.
    That's a real shame. I have several Maestro in-wall dimmers and several Caseta plug-in dimmers. I can control the Caseta lights from the Wink app, but not the Maestro in-wall dimmers. The Caseta dimmers look technically superior, so I'd be willing to replace with in-wall dimmers with the Caseta models except for one thing: IMO the Maestro dimmers look better and have better usability than the newer Caseta dimmers. The Caseta dimmers look too busy, lack the "return to favorite level" feature or the delayed off feature and also make it hard to hit the right button in the dark.

    So I'm reluctant to buy any more Maestro dimmers because now they feel like they're "missing" the automation control that Caseta has, but I don't like the Caseta look and behavior. What would be great is if Lutron could create a Caseta model dimmer that has the look and physical button behavior that the Maestro dimmers have. Any chance of that happening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by preader View Post
    What would be great is if Lutron could create a Caseta model dimmer that has the look and physical button behavior that the Maestro dimmers have. Any chance of that happening?
    It has happened quite a few years ago. It is called "RadioRA 2".

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