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Lutron - Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch (2-Pack) Starter Kit - White

Set up smart lighting in your home with this Caseta Lighting in-wall kit, which features everything needed to get started. The smart bridge and free app for Apple iOS and Android let you connect the in-wall dimmers to your phone. This Caseta Lighting in-wall kit also comes with PICO remotes and tabletop pedestals for every lighting need.
$189.99

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Claro wallplates (CW-1, 2 pcs)
    • Ethernet cable
    • In-wall dimmers (PD-6WCL, 2 pcs)
    • Lutron Smart Bridge (L-BDG2 or L-BDGPRO2)
    • Pico remote controls (PJ2-3BRL, 2 pcs)
    • Power Supply (T-5DC-USB)
    • Screws (4 pcs)
    • Tabletop pedestals (L-PED1, 2 pcs)
    • Wire connectors (6 pcs)

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (312 out of 324)

    Features


    Easy to set up and schedule lights

    Your family will always come back to a well-lit home.

    Automatic adjustments

    Lights can automatically adjust with changing seasons and daylight savings time.

    Smart Away feature

    Turns lights on and off randomly when you are traveling.

    Convenient lighting control

    This smart lighting system can be controlled via voice assistant, Pico remote (included), or mobile device via the free Lutron mobile app.

    Easy-to-install dimmer switch

    Controls up to 17 bulbs per circuit (based on 8.5W LED bulb, 60W incandescent bulb).

    Universal compatibility

    Tested and recommended for use with over 1,000 dimmable LEDs, incandescent and halogen bulbs.

    Connects with more leading Smart Home brands

    Including Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Nest, Serena shades, Sonos and more.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 324 reviews

    96%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Smart Switch that Doesn't Need a Neutral Wire!

      Posted
      Mollly
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I went with Caseta because of the reviews. The system is reliable and has a variety of switch types. The dimmer is perfect for the recessed lights in our vaulted ceiling. Despite user concerns about bulb types, I am having no problems using LEDs, but Caseta has a list of compatible bulbs if you want to verify what bulbs will work. What I like about Caseta: Installation was a simple, even with some wiring frustrations I had (due to my confusing wire box, NOT Lutron). I called customer service twice to verify my setup. They were extremely helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. Getting the switches to connect to my wifi and hub was extremely simple. I held down the off button until the small green lights blinked rapidly. Then I was done. The dimmer does not require a neutral wire. Our living room has neutral wires, but no other room does. I want to streamline my devices, which means that a system I can use in any room is important. Caseta dimmers offer me that option. The Caseta system integrates with SmartThings, allowing customization. I can set the lights to act however I want, given different variables. The switches use a logical setup. Some smart switches require you touch and hold buttons certain ways to dim, which seems confusing for guests. This Caseta switches are intuitive. The downsides of Caseta: A separate Caseta hub ups the cost. You must install the Lutron app to get everything set up, even if you have SmartThings or HomeKit already. Luckily, you can uninstall it as soon as the switches are connected to your smart hub. It's expensive.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Automation

      Posted
      bcohen23
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I installed the Lutron Caseta myself - it was pretty simple to install as the instructions were pretty clear. I had a few questions related to the wiring and their customer support group was great. Be aware and do your research (Lutron's website or their customer support group) before connecting to LED or florescent lights. There's a compatibility issue with some. When I connected this system to my kitchen LEDs the lights dimmed to ~5% when I turned the light switch off. I called their customer support group again and they mentioned I need to try the PD-10NXD Caseta dimmer. Haven't picked that one up yet. Automation: the Caseta system is AMAZING with HomeKit!! Works great. I'm able to control my lights from anywhere in the world (you need to connect the Caseta Hub to an AppleTV gen 4 to do this - also really easy to setup)! I've even setup HomeKit automation to turn on/off lights in certain scenarios (i.e. Leaving home, sunset, morning scenes, etc). Love it! Also works great with Siri and Alexa! "Siri, turn on my living room lights to 37%." Hint: the starter set only comes with a single switch Lutron Claro wall plate. These look great on the wall (hides screws). The pic attached is the two switch Claro plate - I picked it up at a local hardware shop. I recommend using these plates as it makes it look a lot nicer. They have 1-2-3-4-5-6 switch plates.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Love this product line

      Posted
      GearAddictWA
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I'm a lighting fanatic and have owned a Philips Hue system for 4 years now. While I love the range of the color Hue bulbs It's not always the desired solution for areas of the home in which you'd rather just have dimming capabilities. So I've decided to do do a dual head monster by leaving my Hue to handle color and my new Lutron Caseta system to handle white dimming. I've never really messed with any electrical systems before so I hit Youtube to get information and find out the Do's and Don't for safety. First up I purchased a circuit tester and an outlet tester. I made sure to cut power to the room and I inspected the wires to see how my in-wall dimmer was wired. I'm a big fan of using Wago lever nuts instead of wire nuts for dealing with pigtails and marrying solid wire with stranded wire. Check'em out at your parts store. Installation went quickly and the screwless wall plate updated the look of my wall very nicely. I figure I'll carry this look throughout my home. Enough of that how did the Caseta system preform? I have recently retrofitted my BR30 bullbs with Philips 6 inch trim kits with Warm Glow. These LED kits take on an incandescent look as you dim them by shifting to a orange/reddish glow. Looks great and the Lutron dimming really completed the look. I was able to get the LED to dim fairly low ...6% or so without any flicker. Creating scenes was very easy so that with a touch of a virtual button my living room now turns on full brightness or dims down to a nice comfy level. I was a bit surprised that access my lights remotely required no extra configuration. Other than a slight delay your lights will dim remotely just as they do when you're in the home. I look forward to linking my Echo Dot and the eventual Smartthings integration but i'm happy to report that the Lutron Caseta and Homekit work just fine from my iPhone. Beware ...the addiction is real and I'm already planning more rooms and sincerely hope that Lutron adds more hardware in the near future.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      HomeKit Certified, Easy Installation, Solid Build

      Posted
      boma
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Contrary to the reviews written in 2014, this is now an Apple HomeKit Certified connected home product! I purchased this item a few weeks ago, and thus far it has exceeded expectations. Here is a list of pros and cons that I have experienced. PRO: * Apple HomeKit Certified meaning you can use Siri on your iOS device to control all or individual light’s power status and their brightness. NICE!! *Can be controlled with 4 Physical Buttons on Wall Switch, Connected App, and 5 Button Remote * Quite reliable, quick/responsive. * Smooth Dimming for entire range on LED, Incandescent, and Halogen * Impressive RF Wireless Range * No Neutral Wire required * Includes RF Pico Remote with memory that can be tied to other Caseta products as well. * Readily Expandable * Easy Setup * Secure super strong Encryption (3,072-bit key to be exact) * Solid Build Quality from a trusted name in lighting * Completely Silent does not hum, buzz, click, or otherwise emit any audible sound. CON: * Uses Lutron’s Proprietary “Clear Connect” wireless control protocol * Bridge NOT able to control Non-Lurton devices such as Zigbee or Z-Wave * Bridge requires Ethernet port, no WiFi. * Power failure results in lights set to Full ON not returning to previous state * No Memory Button on Wall Switch, just on Pico Remote There are some limitations to the system, however I feel that benefits outweigh the shortcomings. I do recommend this system to anyone that does not already have a Smart Bridge of another company, does not want to control non-Lutron Caseta products, or (like me) want to control the system entirely by voice. If you already have a bridge, I still recommend the Caseta line of switches and dimmers sold individually.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent

      Posted
      tralexan
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      My home has quite a few Wemo socket style switches and all have installed and functioned as advertised. But, when it came time to install a wall switch, I discovered that the Wemo requires a neutral wire at the switch. I live in a 100 year old home, and whether or not a particular existing switch has a neutral wire is a matter of luck as much as anything else. My search for a solution led me to the Lutron Caseta. It is the only smart switch I could find that required only the hot wire at the switch box. I ordered the Caseta a bit hesitantly because it requires a hub and I have a SmartThings hub that I have found to be a bit clumsy in setup and implementation. The Caseta, however, proved to be a breeze to get installed on my wi-fi network and working with both the iOS version of the Lutron app and with Amazon Alexa. One of the nicer things about the system is the remote and the ability to install it as a second wall switch without additional wiring. A holder and wall plate for the remote(sold separately, but inexpensive) allows for wall installation with no need for wiring or a junction/switch box and you have what amounts to a three-way switch without having to pay for or spend hours snaking traveler wires through an older home. It's quite simply a brilliant solution for a problem that old home owners have wrestled with for years.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing - Works With Amazon Echo

      Posted
      Computergiant
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      If you're just starting into the world of Home Automation, your best first purchase would be the Lutron Caseta dimmer kit with hub. You'll be able to control your home lights with a remote control, but when you get addicted to this you'll want to quickly step up to the Amazon Echo so you can control them via voice. I can tell her to turn on/off all lights, or just individual ones. You can setup groups within Amazon Echo for different lights as well (i.e. create lighting zones). After starting with the Belkin WeMo light switches, these blow them out of the water because they are dimmable. I moved on to the Lowes Iris system b/c I basically got the starter kit for free (was on sale for $99 but I had gift cards). It is awesome b/c it came with a wireless thermostat and now that Lowes has integrated with Amazon Echo I can control z-wave switches & outlets plus the thermostat via voice. I would recommend anybody to go with a Samsung SmartThings hub instead, but if you get the opportunity to get the Iris starter kit w/thermostat for $99 (super sale a long time ago) then go with it b/c the value can't be beat. The Lutron Caseta switches work with the SmartThings but not Iris, but who cares?! Now that Amazon Echo works directly with Lutron I can control everything I need to.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Just What I Was Looking For!

      Posted
      GrayslakePackerMike
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      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I have been trying to convert our home to a smart home, and one of the items I had been looking for was a light switch to control and schedule our exterior lights (front porch, exterior garage lights, rear deck). One of the issues we have is our home is considered “older” because our switch wiring does not have a neutral wire which most smart switches require. After a ton of research I found the Lutron Caseta switches. Apparently Lutron has some type of patented technology where they can use a dimmer switch without the neutral wire. After reading many of the positive reviews, I took the plunge and bought the kit (wireless bridge, switch and remote) from Best Buy . I installed it a few days ago and couldn’t be happier. There was a minor hiccup with the lights flashing the first night, but that was solved by replacing the bulbs with a type (Cree) that was compatible with Luton Caseta. I’m really happy with the results. Next step is to slowly add additional switches around our home.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best and easiest IoT lighting system

      Posted
      HarleyDF
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      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Many IoT lighting switches have a dedicated Wi-Fi connection in the device and require 4 wires in the replacement switch box. This makes installation in older homes a challenge and each switch must have a good connection to the Wi-Fi hub. The Lutron system consists of a hub that plugs into the back of a router and then communicates to each switch through a lower frequency, more reliable signal. The switches supported by the Lutron system can be dimmers, 3-ways and rockers. The Lutron hub can also connect to many other commercial IoT devices like Nest thermostats, Alexa devices and Google Smart Speakers. The phone app is well designed and allows many combinations of settings to control all of the Lutron devices. The Lutron system might be more expensive than others, but its capabilities, flexibility and ease of use make it the best IoT lighting system available.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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