Legrand – Pass & Seymour Radiant WWRL50WHCCV2 Tru-Universal Enabled Dimmer, White Smart Wi-Fi Switch

(6 customer reviews)
Operating Voltage120 Volts
Connector TypeScrew
BrandPass & Seymour
Switch StyleDimmer Switch
MaterialPolycarbonate
Item Dimensions LxWxH4.17 x 1.77 x 3 inches
  • Control lights from smart phones and tablets with Legrand’s Smart Lights app
  • Schedule lights on/off automatically, group lights, and create Scenes
  • Know your home is secure, even when you’re away
  • Just ask Alexa or the Google Assistant to turn lights on
  • Out-of-the-box connectivity with OCF certification
  • Set the exact lighting level you need
  • Installs easily in place of existing switch/dimmer
  • Requires neutral wire
  • Tru-Universal works with any 120V bulb or fixture
  • Locator light for finding switch the dark
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Device detailed description

Legrand smart devices are designed on the most robust, secure, and interoperable industry standards. Each device is connected to the network, enabling new features and enhanced security protection with updates triggered through the app. These devices allow simple and convenient control using the mobile app, Alexa, the Google assistant, and other popular control platforms. In the app, use scenes to create the perfect ambiance in your home. With automated schedules, sync your outdoor lights with sunrise and sunset, or program to simulate occupancy while you’re away. Legrand dimmers also use less energy than ordinary switches, with automated options available to promote enhanced energy savings. The smart universal dimmer operates all dimmable lighting types and loads (except 0-10V), installing easily into the home’s existing electrical wiring. Its patented universal technology automatically adapts to the load or combination of loads attached to it, eliminating flicker, early dropout, or “pop-on” deficiencies which can plague other non-adaptive dimmers. The radiant Collection is a step up from standard with simple, classic options in wiring devices, home automation controls and screw less wall plates that complement today’s homes.

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

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Material Smart home device material

Item Package Quantity

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Warranty Description

‎1 Year Warranty

Product Dimensions

‎4.17 x 1.77 x 3 inches

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‎WWRL50WHCCV2

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Frequently asked question

Will this be compatible with old version Legrand wi-fi switches and hub?

I HIGHLY recommend not purchasing this. I bought one, replaced it because it was bad. Then the second one had same problem and legrand sent me a replacement which also stopped working. The app isn't very good even when everything did work for the short time it did in each case. Just awful. Please don't buy. I bought a … see more I HIGHLY recommend not purchasing this. I bought one, replaced it because it was bad. Then the second one had same problem and legrand sent me a replacement which also stopped working. The app isn't very good even when everything did work for the short time it did in each case. Just awful. Please don't buy. I bought a Kasa smart dimmer and it's been so incredible I've gone now and bought four more for different rooms of the house and my garage. Please please please don't buy this!

Are these compatible with MLV (magnetic low voltage) - physical, not electronic, transformers bringing voltage down from 120 to 12v for track lights?

I am not an electrician, and am not sure about that. I can say that the timers are inconsistent. Some times the light turn on or off as per the program, and at other times they don't. It is pretty frustrating.

Can it be paired with a scene control switch without hub?

There are scene control options in the Legrand app. I hope that helps.

I am looking for a smart dimmer that with “fading mode”. Meaning switch would dim lights high or low in a transition mode and not jumping from on/off?

I HIGHLY recommend not purchasing this. I bought one, replaced it because it was bad. Then the second one had same problem and legrand sent me a replacement which also stopped working. The app isn't very good even when everything did work for the short time it did in each case. Just awful. Please don't buy. I bought a … see more I HIGHLY recommend not purchasing this. I bought one, replaced it because it was bad. Then the second one had same problem and legrand sent me a replacement which also stopped working. The app isn't very good even when everything did work for the short time it did in each case. Just awful. Please don't buy. I bought a Kasa smart dimmer and it's been so incredible I've gone now and bought four more for different rooms of the house and my garage. Please please please don't buy this!

6 reviews for Legrand – Pass & Seymour Radiant WWRL50WHCCV2 Tru-Universal Enabled Dimmer, White Smart Wi-Fi Switch

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  • Anonymous

    Leave the Faceplate Off, You'll be Resetting Often

    Too bad this didn’t occur until after the return window passed. Each time there is an electric outage, the switch stops working. Good luck in SoCal where outages happen often. We just reset the switch and the reset didn’t work. Too much work for a ‘smart’ device.

    10/17/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Correction, i was wrong

    Old Title: Looks sleek, has brightness indicator, connects and controls remotely
    The installation and setup were extremely easy.
    I do have an electrical background.
    The thickness of the box left something to be desired as it reduced the available space inside the gang box.
    Note:
    If you set this up but the dimmer isn’t working properly, you might have set the power and neutral on reverse
    the switches that i bought (thats two of them) have now stopped working with alexa.
    and have also stopped working properly.
    2 minutes in and then they automatically turn off.
    will be switching back to the old dimmers if there is no solution.

    10/17/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Legrand for the win

    This product in comparison to some other smart switches isn’t thick at all it might be on the smaller side to some. But it was pretty straight forward and it works in multiple locations and with just about any light fixture.

    07/10/2022
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  • Anonymous

    No more flicker!!!

    Tried three different dimmers from other manufacturers, all of them made my Halo LED recessed lights flicker. Then i tried the Legrand wifi dimmer and they worked great, no more flicker. I really didn’t want the wifi feature but now that i have it, i love it! Ended up buying the wifi dimmers for all the common areas in my home, and then i bought just the on/off wifi switches for the front and back porch lights. The app is great, u can control your lights from anywhere, set schedules if u want. Had trouble connecting one of the switches to my wifi, called Legrand tech support and they talked me thru the solution in like 2 minutes! They are a little pricey but well worth it, don’t waste your time with other switches!!

    05/21/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Good hardware saddled by bad smart app

    The hardware itself seems very well made, and the ability to switch to reverse phase dimming would be great, IF it worked! There are lots of nice smart switches on the market, but unfortunately, a lot of them cause LED bulbs to buzz or flicker when they are dimmed. Many people may not notice the buzzing, but it is there, and especially noticeable to me in a quiet house. The biggest selling point of this dimmer for me was the ability to switch it to use reverse phase dimming, which eliminates the buzzing with LED bulbs.
    Unfortunately, Legrand gives you no way to change this setting other than through the app. Oh, the app! This app is complete trash, and not ready for prime time at all! Everything in the app feels amateurish and clunky, but the clincher is that it crashes EVERY time I try to change the phase setting on the dimmer! I even started from scratch with a factory reset of my phone and a reinstall of the app, and it still crashes.
    Since I can’t use the feature that I bought this for, it is getting boxed back up and returned. For anyone reading this who just wants a nice, functional smart dimmer, and doesn’t care about the LED buzz, I would strongly recommend the TP-Link Kasa dimmers. There are a ton of Kasa products, and they seem well made, the app is great, and the company is mature and not going anywhere any time soon.
    For people reading this who are specifically looking for something that doesn’t buzz with LED bulbs, the only alternative I have found so far is the Lutron Caseta model PD-5NE dimmer. It is extremely expensive for a dimmer, and it requires a Lutron hub to work, but it is absolutely bulletproof, and Lutron is not going anywhere, ever.

    05/05/2022
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  • Anonymous

    The fix for flickering dimmer switches, but no SmartThings yet...

    I tried a GE Enbrighten smart dimmer first. I like the look of the GE better — like an ordinary switch. But the GE dimmers just don’t work with Halo recessed lights in our home. Two rooms, two different Halo can light models, same experience: the dimming is not smooth, and the lights flicker or strobe. I found another reviewer who had luck with Halo + Legrand, so I decided to give it a try!
    The good news:
    * The dimming works perfectly. The lights fade on and off smoothly, and we can dim them to any level and they hold steady, with no flickering or strobing. Awesome. Way better dimming than the GE. For the critical function of actually dimming all kinds of difficult LED bulbs, these are the best I’ve tried.
    The ok:
    * The dimmer switch itself isn’t huge, but it does have a lot of wires, which require wire nuts (included with the switch). Our electric boxes are fairly new, and electrical code requires at least 8′ of extra wire inside the box. Multiply that by however many wires you have coming in and going out, and it’s a LOT to fit. With the extra wire nuts, and a medium-sized dimmer switch, the box is packed very tight. It was difficult to make it fit. I was seriously considering cutting all the wires in the box shorter to make more space. Fortunately I was just barely able to get everything in there. I put some electrical tape around the connections to make sure that smashing everything in didn’t cause a short circuit. In my experience, a short circuit can fry a dimmer switch, and these are expensive.
    The bad:
    * No SmartThings integration 🙁 The Legrand website has an FAQ page that says SmartThings integration and certification is coming. Yes, please! No details on when though. We use SmartThings as our central app for all home automation, and in this case, we wanted to create a virtual 3-way switch with the smart dimmer and a normal smart switch. We’ve done it for the GE Z-wave lights, and it works great. With Legrand, there doesn’t seem to be any way to do it without running new wiring with a traveler between the switches. If anyone has figured it out, please add a comment and let me know how you did it. If they add SmartThings integration, then I’ll rate these as the best smart dimmer switches available.
    UPDATE: I replaced the Legrand with a Leviton Z-wave dimmer. The Leviton works perfectly with SmartThings, and it dims smoothly. It’s also easier to fit into the box, because it doesn’t require wire nuts. You attach the wires directly to screws on the switch. I’ll be looking for another use for the Legrand.

    04/04/2022
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