Lutron Caséta Wireless Smart Fan Speed Control Switch, Single-Pole, PD-FSQN-WH, White
|Contact Type||Normally Closed|
|Switch Style||Bipolar Transistor|
- ELIMINATE PULL CHAINS: Provides control of your ceiling fan right from the wall, choose from 4 fan speeds plus off, for increased comfort
- WIRELESS CONTROL: Pair with the Fan Pico remote (PJ2-3BRL-GXX-F01, sold separately) for wireless control from anywhere around your home
- 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 your ceiling fan your way – via the app, your voice, or from the wall, create schedules that set your fan to a certain speed or activate a scene with a button (Caséta Smart Hub required)
- EASY 3-WAY SETUP: Create a 3-way by mounting Fan 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 bracket and Pico over the backbox
- TECHNICAL DETAILS: up to 1.5A single ceiling fan, single pole only – add Fan Pico (PJ2-3BRL-GXX-F01, sold separately) for 3 way control
- EASY INSTALL: Replaces existing switch and installs in as little as 15 minutes, NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED
- INCLUDES: (1) Caséta smart fan speed switch, coordinating Claro wall plate and accessories sold separately
Device detailed description
Experience the ultimate comfort and convenience with the NEW Caséta Wireless Smart Fan Speed Control. This fan control gives you the ability to turn your fan on/off or choose between four speeds for increased comfort. Eliminate your pull chains – use with the wireless Fan Pico remote (PJ2-3BRL-GXX-F01, sold separately) for control from anywhere around your home. For increased versatility, add the Caséta Smart Hub (L-BDG2-WH, sold separately) and use with the free Lutron app to set up your favorite scenes and create schedules based on time of day. Integrate with other Smart Home brands, including Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant, Ring and more. Coordinating wall plate sold separately.
Features and specification
|Brand Smart devices brand|
|Integration Supported smart home integration|
|Interface Smart device connectivity interface|
|Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer|
|Color Available colors|
|Material Smart home device material|
|Item Package Quantity||
2.75 x 3.82 x 5.88 inches
|Batteries Type of batteries used|
|Battery Cell Type|
(1) Caseta Wireless Smart Fan Speed Control
Frequently asked question
The answer depends on how your fan is wired. This control is for the fan side only, so you will need to split off the fan from the light. Typical fan wiring at the ceiling has two black wires (hot) and two white wires (neutral). Assuming your fan and light is wired this way, you will need to figure out which black … see more The answer depends on how your fan is wired. This control is for the fan side only, so you will need to split off the fan from the light. Typical fan wiring at the ceiling has two black wires (hot) and two white wires (neutral). Assuming your fan and light is wired this way, you will need to figure out which black and white wire is the fan and which goes to the light. The fan wiring then gets wired to this control. The remaining black and white wire gets wired to whatever control you decide on. If your home was pre-wired for separate fan and light control, you should have wiring in the box to do this. If you do not, plan on running another 14-3 from the ceiling box to the wall box for the light control. As you can see, you will need to do some homework on your home wiring and your fan before diving in.
Thank you for your feedback! We will pass this inquiry on to our team. If it is possible to expand your wallbox, you could use this control in conjunction with a PD-6WCL to control the fan and light, assuming you have 2 separate switch legs. Please note that the PD-FSQN-WH is only designed to control a standard 3-speed… see more Thank you for your feedback! We will pass this inquiry on to our team. If it is possible to expand your wallbox, you could use this control in conjunction with a PD-6WCL to control the fan and light, assuming you have 2 separate switch legs. Please note that the PD-FSQN-WH is only designed to control a standard 3-speed ceiling fan that would typically use pull chains to adjust speeds. If your fan includes its own remote or wall control, it is possible that it may utilize a proprietary control technology. Lutron would also suggest checking compatibility with your fan manufacturer.
Leave the fan on high with the pull chain. Then use the switch to switch between 4 different speeds
This switch will not operate the light. You will need a separate Caséta dimmer switch or utilize Hue bulbs to make the lights “smart.”
4 reviews for Lutron Caséta Wireless Smart Fan Speed Control Switch, Single-Pole, PD-FSQN-WH, White
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Great Product, Works as advertised
Like all the lutron products this works as advertised and is easy to control. You need to know what you are doing for installation. Directions are a little too simple. Just remember to add the White wire.09/25/2022Verified Purchase
A Great Fan Control with Smart Home Capabilities
IMO, this wall fan control from Lutron is the best you can get for your pull chain 3 speed AC motor ceiling fans that are wired already to a wall switch or rotary dial and are wired separately from the lights (if your ceiling fan has lights). That is exactly how several rooms in my home are wired (1 switch for the fan light and 1 switch for the fan motor). I previously had a rotary 3 speed fan control that I replaced with the Lutron Caseta Fan control. Now I get 4 fan speeds and smart home control of my ceiling fans.
Features & Pros:
+ Control. 4 fan speeds that you can control at the switch and with your smart home devices (phone, voice, etc).
+ Reliable. The Lutron Caseta system has never failed me. Most ceiling fan companies want you to install their receiver modules in the canopy and use their remotes, but that can present several cons — you could lose the remote, you have to change out the batteries, and you could get interference to where the remote responds poorly or not at all. A hardwired wall switch makes more sense and won’t confuse people when you just simply want to turn the fan on. Lutron tech support is also great. They stand by their products.
+ Easy to install. Just confirm you have neutral wires in your electrical boxes and follow the instructions.
+ Compatibility. This works with many brands of ceiling fans. I have Hunter brand fans and they work great. Even if your ceiling fan has a receiver and remote, you may be able to just not install the receiver and hardwire the fan. The important part is that the ceiling fan is a 3 speed fan with an AC motor.07/13/2022Verified Purchase
Convenient, but speeds could be better spaced.
I’ve installed dozens of Lutron Caseta switches and dimmers in both my current and previous home, and they are rock solid reliable. I expect this fan control to follow that trend.
Prior to installing this fan control, I had a Caseta on/off switch for my fan (and a separate Caseta dimmer for the light). This meant I could use Siri (or Alexa or Google Home) to turn the fan on and off, setup automations to automatically turn the fan on or off, and of course, do the same from the wall switch. But to change the speed of the fan, I’d still have to use the pull chain.
With the Caseta Fan Control, that’s no longer the case: I can not only turn the fan on and off, but control the speed, from the wall switch, Siri, and so on. That’s a big boost in convenience, and as trivial as it might sound, not having pull chains hanging from my fan improves the aesthetics.
The fan has four speeds: low, medium, medium high, and high (in Apple HomeKit, these show as 25, 50, 75, and 100%). And it’s here that there’s room for improvement: Low is extremely slow. Medium should probably be low. Medium high should be medium. And high is my fan’s maximum speed, which on this particular fan at least, is quite high. If the fan isn’t perfectly balanced, it will wobble and make noise (that’s a function of my fan, not this switch). I’d like a speed between Medium High and High, and I’ll probably never use the Low speed because it is very, very slow.
A few things to keep in mind: If your fan has a light, make sure you have separate wiring for the fan and the light, this won’t work if you currently have a single switch that has both. Also note that this requires neutral wiring, but this shouldn’t be an issue unless your home is many decades old.
All in all, I’d recommend this and the Caseta line in general. I just wished the speeds on the fan were better spaced apart.
UPDATE: If you have existing Pico remotes you were hoping to use with this, you’re out of luck. Neither the dimmer Pico (five button) nor on/off Pico (two button) remotes work with this fan control. You’ll have to get the new fan control Pico, which I have not tested at this time.
When using Siri, you can say ‘Set fan to 25/50/75/100’, ‘Set fan to 25%/50%/75%/100%’ or ‘Set fan to low/medium/very high’. For some reason ‘Set fan to high’ does not work, you have to use ‘100%’ or ‘very high’. If you say ‘medium high,’ Siri will respond affirmatively, but this is actually sets the speed to ‘medium’. So the only way to set medium high is with 75 or 75%.
If Lutron addresses the speed and Siri quirks, this product would be just about perfect. The Pico issue is less important, though I do have extra Pico remotes around I’d rather put to use instead of buying a new product.
UPDATE 2: August 2019: You actually can pair the Pico dimmer remote to the fan, just not through the app. To do this, first push and hold the bottom (off) button on the Fan Control until the LEDs on the left start blinking. Then, push and hold the bottom button on the Pico until its LED starts blinking. Give it a few seconds, and then the two are paired.
You’ll now see the Pico in the app, it’ll be named something like ‘Unnamed Pico Remote’ and not assigned to a room. You can edit the name and assign it a room and it will remain paired to your fan control switch.05/26/2022Verified Purchase
AWESOME smart home technology makes life EASY albeit a bit pricey
I was getting new recessed lights put in and while the electrician was going to provide traditional dimmers I wanted the smart dimmers. There were a few others that were quite a bit cheaper but I opted for the Lutron as I also wanted to get matching fan controls and Kasa did not seem to have very good matching fan controls, though their light dimmers were almost 1/2 priced, but since this was a once in a lifetime investment I decided to pay the extra hoping that Lutron’s history in making electrical components will result in a longer lasting product.
The integration with the Google ecosystem was easy though I had to install and configure the Hub to interface with the switches and my Google Assistant.
LOVE the final system that we have as the remotes allow bedside controls while the Google control allows voice control AND home automation. I can have Google turn on/off the lights I want based upon schedule or sensing my arrival/departure.05/15/2022Verified Purchase