|Manufacturer||Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.|
|Item Weight||6.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 3 x 4.75 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||P-PKG1WB-WH|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Style||Dimmer Switch and Remote 3-Way Kit|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount|
|Switch Style||Dimmer Switch|
|Included Components||(1) Caseta Smart Dimmer Switch, (1) Pico remote, and (1) Wallplate Bracket|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Metal|
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Lutron Caseta Smart Home Dimmer Switch and Pico Remote Kit, Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and the Google Assistant | P-PKG1WB-WH | White
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|Current Rating||1 Amps|
|Operating Voltage||120 Volts|
|Contact Type||Normally Closed|
|Switch Style||Dimmer Switch|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.5 x 3 x 4.75 inches|
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- Includes (1) Caseta dimmer switch, (1) Pico 3-button dimming remote, and (1) Pico wall plate bracket; Wallplate not included sold separately
- PEACE OF MIND: Set lights to automatically adjust with seasons so your family always comes back to a well-lit home; Enable smart away to randomly turn your lights on/off to look like you’re home even if you’re away (smart bridge, L-BDG2-WH, required). Power Options: Hardwired, Dimmer Type: Tap
- MOST CONNECTED: Caseta connects with more leading smart home devices – including Alexa, Apple HomeKit, the Google Assistant, Ring, Serena shades and Sonos – than any other smart lighting control brand (smart bridge required)
- CONTROL YOUR WAY: Caseta puts the smarts in the switch so you can control a variety of ways – via the free Lutron app, your voice or from the wall; Schedule lights to change at set times or activate scenes with the touch of a button (smart bridge required)
- GET MORE, SPEND LESS: 1 Caseta smart switch can control many bulbs at once; Make many bulbs smart, even your existing bulbs. Get smart control of multiple styles of dimmable LED, incandescent, and halogen bulbs.
- WORKS WITH EXISTING WIRING: Unlike other smart dimmer switches, Caseta works in any home, of any age, as it does not require a neutral wire
- WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL: Use the included wireless Pico remote to turn your lights on, off, or dim and brighten with the touch of a button from anywhere in the homes
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|Caseta Smart Bridge L-BDG2-WH||Caseta Smart Dimmer Switch||Pico||Pico Wallplate Bracket PICO-WBX-ADAPT||Serena Smart Shades|
|Description||Lutron Caseta Smart Bridge and FREE app for iOS, Android and Fire devices||Lutron Caseta Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch for Wall & Ceiling Lights||Lutron Pico remote Control for Dimming with Favorite Setting||Lutron Wallplate Bracket for Mounting of Pico Remote||Serena Smart Shades by Lutron - Custom Automated Window Blinds|
|Applications||For mobile device control, scheduling lights, integration with other smart devices and more||Turns on, off, dims or brightens lights. Perfect for kitchen, foyer or family rooms||1-touch dimming control from anywhere around the home. Attach to any wall surface or mount to a tabletop pedestal||Use with Pico remote for easy-3-way installation or adding a point of control where you need one most||Raise, lower, and set to your favorite shade level using a Pico remote, the Lutron app, or your preferred voice assistant (smart bridge required)|
|Installation||Plug into power source and connect to router||Replace existing switch in 3 simple steps - NO NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED||Easy pairing to multiple Caseta dimmers - just press and hold buttons||Screw in bracket, slide in Pico and attach wallplate||Attach bracket inside, on, or outside window mount and attach shade to bracket|
|Control Capability||Supports up to 75 Lutron devices. Caseta dimmers, switches, Serena shades or Pico remotes||150W dimmable LED/CFL or 600W INC/HAL; not rated for low voltage applications (i.e. track or landscape lighting)||Each Pico can control up to 10 Caseta dimmers||Each bracket can hold 1 Pico|
|Voice Control||Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri||Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri (Smart Bridge required)||Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri (Smart Bridge required)|
|Color||White||Available in White, Ivory, Light Almond and Black||Available in White, Ivory, Light Almond and Black||Clear||Available in Shell and White|
|Included in this kit?||✓||✓||✓|
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Experience the ultimate convenience with the Lutron Caseta wireless dimmer and Pico remote control. The wireless dimmer gives you the ability to set the right light for any activity whether it's reading, watching TV, entertaining, or having a casual dinner. Control your lights in a 3-way application by mounting the Pico remote to the wall with the included Pico wall box bracket, for multi-location dimming. No cutting holes or wiring required the remote lets you turn lights on/off as well as brighten or dim them. With the Lutron smart bridge and app (sold separately), you can control your Caseta wireless dimmers with your smartphone from anywhere. The dimmer works up to 600-watt of incandescent or halogen and 150-watt of dimmable LED or dimmable CFL. Pico takes (1) CR2032 battery, included in remote.
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If you are wiring up a dimmer in a room where a neutral wire is available and you do not have plans to need more than a single switch, other smart dimmers like the Leviton DZ6HD-1BZ Decora Smart Z-Wave Dimmer are going to look more conventional and be far more configurable. Dimmers like the Leviton DZ6HD-1BZ are also less likely to cause problems with a wide variety of different types of lights, whereas the Luton Caseta dimmers can be poor choices for light loads that operate under very small amounts of current. Most Lutron dimmers (in the Caseta line as well as other "dumber" lines, such as Maestro) have been optimized for wiring simplicity, which comes with strengths and weaknesses.
One major strength of the Lutron Castea dimmer is that it is designed to work without a neutral wire. Most new houses will have a neutral available in every junction box, but this will not be the case for "older" houses. The Lutron dimmer stays powered even when the light is off in the same way most "dumb" lighted switches/dimmers do it – it continues to pull a small amount of current through the circuit. The current is small enough that it will not turn on the device, but it is large enough to keep the dimmer operating, providing a subtle green nightlight glow while also responding to wireless commands. Lutron uses its smarts at running switches on very low power to create remote control devices, like the Pico remote (which include not only dimming controls but a "favorite setting" button), that can be powered by watch batteries for at least a decade if not longer. These can be mobile, mounted where a traditional 3-way switch would go (in which case it may be necessary to "wire nut" some of the switch's leads together to remove the conventional 3-way functionality), or just mounted to a wall using their mounting bracket. I recently replaced a 2-gang wall plate with a 3-gang wall plate that let me slide in a Lutron Pico remote into the third spot, and now it looks like there was a 3-gang box there the whole time. Furthermore, I was able to add a third switch to that room using a Pico-remote mounting bracket and a Lutron Claro 1-gang decorator wall plate (although a traditional wall plate would have also been fine) where there previously were no switches whatsoever. So that is the real strength of the Lutron Caseta line; it is so simple to add switches. Switches can also be paired to multiple dimmers simultaneously. So groups of lights that would otherwise be controlled separately can be joined together into a virtual circuit.
The flexibility of Lutron Caseta comes with costs. Because it does not use a neutral, there is always current in the circuit, even when the light is off. This means that if you use an LED light that operates on very little current (such as a candelabra with a mini-screw connector, as is used in some ceiling fan light kits), the small amount of current necessary to keep the dimmer listening on the ClearConnect network will be enough to cause a small glow or flickering in the light. Fortunately, the dimmer can be adjusted to use as little current as possible, thereby allowing for some troublesome lights to be tamed. However, there are limits to this tuning. The other downside is that the Pico remote has a battery (although it does last very long; I have never had to replace a Pico battery yet after 5+ years). If you are replacing a traditional 3-way switch with a Pico remote, you will have to wire-nut some wires together behind the remote in the wall in order to "short out" the old 3-way switch configuration, and I am not sure that this wiring configuration is always going to follow building code.
In general, I'm very happy with my Lutron dimmers. They have been easy to install and operate and extremely flexible. They look very different, and they use a proprietary mesh-network communication protocol (ClearConnect, which is distinct from Z-Wave, Zigbee, and others). But there is a Lutron bridge that can connect that network to popular smart-home systems (and Wink has support directly within its hub, and so no bridge is necessary if you use Wink). These switches are expensive, even relative to other smart-home switches, but that is the price of their flexibility as well as Lutron's brand-name strength in dimming technology.
Some people also do not like that the Lutron Caseta dimmer has no screw terminals; wires are solidly fixed to the device, and so wire nuts must be used. Fortunately, the dimmer itself is not much deeper than a conventional switch (and possibly a little less deep than an old-fashioned rheostat dimmer).
Also, like others have noted, no wall plate is included and it will not work with any smart solution without buying a $80 hub in addition to this $50+ switch. Really all this does is add a remote to a traditional dimmer switch.
They are all headed for the trash, to be replaced with Phillips Hue, which has proven over two years to be reliable.