Lutron Caséta Wireless Smart Lighting Switch for All Bulb Types or Fans | PD-6ANS-WH | White

(6 customer reviews)
Operation ModeON-OFF
Current Rating6 Amps
Operating Voltage120 Volts
BrandLutron
Switch StyleSwitch
TerminalSpdt
  • 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 (Caséta Smart Hub, L-BDG2-WH, required)
  • MOST CONNECTED: Caséta connects with more leading smart home devices – including Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, the Google Assistant, Ring, Serena shades and Sonos – than any other smart lighting control brand (Caséta Smart Hub required)
  • CONTROL YOUR WAY: Caséta 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 (Caséta Smart Hub required)
  • WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL: For added convenience, use with the wireless Pico remote (PJ2-2B-GXX-L01) to turn your lights on/off with the touch of a button from anywhere in the home
  • EASY 3-WAY SETUP: Create a 3-way by mounting Pico to almost any wall surface – no cutting holes or pulling wire, with a wall mount bracket (PICO-WBX-ADAPT sold separately). Replace existing 3-way switches by mounting the bracket and Pico over the backbox
  • TECHNICAL DETAILS: Works with up to 720-Watts of incandescent/halogen/ELC/MLV, 6A of LED/CFL or 3.6A of ceiling or exhaust fans
  • EASY INSTALL: Easily replaces existing switch and installs in as little as 15 minutes, NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED
  • INCLUDES: (1) Caséta smart switch, coordinating white wall plate sold separately
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Device detailed description

Product Description

Experience the ultimate convenience in lighting control with Lutron’s family of Caséta Wireless dimmers, switches, and smart phone control. The Caséta Wireless In-Wall Switch provides switching of multiple load types and, when paired with Pico remote controls, allows remote control from anywhere in the space. Use the Pico remote control either in your hand, on a tabletop pedestal or by mounting the remote directly to the wall (remote control and accessories sold separately). You can even use the Pico remote to control the lights from your car as you arrive home. This switch works with up to 720-Watt of incandescent, halogen, ELV and MLV, 6 Amp of dimmable LED/CFL and 3.6 Amp of general purpose fans. Neutral wire required. Coordinating wall plate sold separately.

Manufacturer Contact Information

visit www.lutron.com/support or call our 24/7 customer support at 1-800-528-9466

Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

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Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material

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Item Package Quantity

‎1

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Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Product Dimensions

‎1.9 x 3.3 x 4.4 inches

Batteries Type of batteries used

Style

Switch Style

Certification Smart device certification

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Model

‎PD-6ANS-WH

Controller Type

Included Components

‎(1) Caseta Wireless Switch

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Terminal

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Actuator Type

Number of Positions

Connectivity Protocol

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Product guides and documentsSpecification Sheet (PDF)User Guide (PDF)

Frequently asked question

Why is the simple switch more expensive than the seemingly more complex dimmer?

This is for applications with heavier load requirements (bathroom fans for example). The switch is rated for more amps than the dimmer. A dimmer isn’t always suitable either, like with exterior lights or in a garage.

Does this switch work with Apple HomeKit?

Yes it does but you need the hub

I am having lots of trouble installing these, given the five wires. The dimmers are a breeze in contrast. Even Lutrons instructions don't help me.

For installing this switch, users will need a neutral connection in the wallbox. Please see the specification sheet for more information: http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/369987_ENG.pdf. Also, please feel free to contact Lutron Support at [email protected] or by phone at 1 (844) 588-7661 for assistance.

If I have the Wink hub can I set it up to give me a warning if this light switch is turned on for a certain amount of time?

I just added this to my Wink Hub 2 by going through the process of adding a Lutron Caseta 'Dimmer'. Works fine!

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  • Anonymous

    Works Perfectly with Homekit - Black color looks very nice, imo

    Super easy to install once you’ve identified which wires are which in the wall cavity (sometimes outlets/switches are junction boxes too, so an extra cable or 2 might be present)
    allows for traditional manual operation of the switch via physical buttons for on/off, and smart operation too. both methods are available with this smart switch. you can manually turn the switch on, then use the voice assistant to turn it off, and vis-versa. I find myself using both the voice commands, and the physical switches
    Compared to smart outlets that are connected to a dumb switch, which would interrupt the smart connection of the outlet if the switch is off on the wall. i have outlets controlled by wall switches for example
    These communicate via a hub, meaning the wireless connection doesn’t go through the wifi, meaning the 4 Switches I use, do not slow down the wifi speeds/traffic. They use a different wireless signal that the hub uses, and the hub is the only device directly connected to the internet, via ethernet cable
    (more things on the wifi = slower speeds)
    There’s also a ‘kill switch’ – a little tab you pull out at the bottom, which cuts the power to whatever outlet/light fixture etc the switch is connected to. not sure what the use is, but im sure its helpful in some cases

    08/08/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Great product!!!

    Read installation instructions and you should not have any issues. I sincerely do not know how I lived without my Lutron switches. Every light and fan switches in my house I’ve converted to Lutron.

    07/15/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Great as always

    Excellent integration, ease of use and aesthetics

    07/10/2022
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  • Anonymous

    2nd Gereration, Upgraded Switch

    I power washed the house several weeks ago and forgot to pull the little mini slider turn off on my switch, anyways the yellow Feit Florescent bulb blew, I tried to replace it with an LED bulb however, it would not work. I knew why, there was no common (white) wire on my existing switch. I bought mine many years ago when they came out. As everyone knows the light bulb industry switched from florescent energy saving in favor of LED bulbs. The old tech without the common (white) wire on the switch will not work with the new LED bulbs, so keep that in mind if your in a similar situation like me. The good news was all three Pico remotes I had programmed to this outdoor switch I was able to re-program and they worked beautifully, thank God. Being able to turn on your outdoor lighting when you drive up to a dark driveway at night is a major safety convenience as well as turning on your lighting from your easy chair without getting up is another nice feature.

    07/09/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Great For Retrofitting Smart Features Into 1985 Era Home

    I own a 1985 home that I’ve recently been trying to add some smart functions. I got hooked into smart home tech after solving a few basic quality of life issues through automation. My next project was lighting. I debated between adding smart bulbs or smart switches and after trialing these Lutron’s – the smart switches clearly won.
    These basic on/off switches are great for locations where you don’t want dimming functions. Locations such as fans, fluorescent ballasts, outdoor security lights and the like. They provide simple push on-off capabilities, ‘smart’ on/off through the Lutron app and in my case, advanced control using an integration with Home Assistant. It’s really cool to see and control the status of my lighting/fans, regardless of where I’m at.
    Pairing the switches with your Lutron hub was quite intuitive and easy to do. Just press a button while you add the switch in the app. Integration into Home Assistant was equally easy, the native Lutron integration is quite slick. For examples of how I use these switches for advanced automation? If I take a shower, I use humidity values to turn on or off my exhaust fans. I also have motion detection triggering the lighting in my bathrooms, entry way and closets. (No more ‘turn the lights off’ from me anymore!) For outdoor lighting, I can now control it based on AI-analyzed security cameras. No more security lights turning on because of snowfall, heavy rain or animals – it’s for people only!
    Install of these is generally fairly easy in most cases. If you understand electrical basics, such as the load wire, the neutral wire and the hot wire(s), they are pretty straight forward to install. 3-way applications get a bit more tricky where you have to use a Pico remote, which seems to make sense so you don’t have smart things fighting with each other. Installation requires a few very basic hand tools.
    For the most part, these are fairly slim and fit into their boxes quite well. I did have some challenges in a couple boxes that had a lot going on, but made it work. I definitely recommend using Wago connectors for your retrofit, they make connections a breeze compared to wire nuts. If you’re concerned about electricity or think it’s beyond your ability, an electrician should be able to install these without any troubles.
    I think with smart technology, it’s very important to define ‘rules’ by which the stuff will operate. These are mine. First, everything has to operate intuitively, like a light switch would. Second, it has to operate without any ‘fancy’ server side smarts or network capabilities. Three, it has to integrate with my home automation system of choice as I don’t want to be beholden to any particular vendor or app. Generally speaking, these Lutron’s satisfy my requirements.
    If you’re in the market for smart switches, these are about as good as they get. I’ve been really happy with the advanced capabilities it offers the home owner. While they are expensive, a full ‘smart’ retrofit with a single platform is going to add value to your home, should you go to sell it. I’m glad to be partnered up with Lutron in my home, they are definitely on the ‘recommend’ list.

    06/10/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Need to buy product!

    Need to buy product!
    The only downfall is price!! These switches are expensive!!!! You’re definitely paying for quality, and you will get quality!!!
    When is Lutron having a sale? So I can loadup on purchases.

    04/10/2022
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