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I believe this one : Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH, Wireless In-Wall Switch, White [link]
On second look, I think that's single pole. You'd need to find the 3-way version
I was just looking at the Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH, but as you say I can't find anything on Home compatibility. I'll try the Crestron support on Monday, see if they can shed any light on it!
I use Lutron light switches throughout our house and control them with Alexa. For outdoor lights I use the simple on/off switch. Alexa’s routines have a setting where you can trigger them by the time of sunrise or sunset. I have our outdoor lights turn on 30 min before sunset and then they turn off at sunrise. I like this because I don’t have to reprogram them for daylight saving time or as the seasons change. The lights just turn on and off based on whenever the sun rises. Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH, Wireless... [link]
Nice, according to questions asked in Amazon it works for fans too! That’s another requirement I needed. A bit pricey, but tough to find one so I can’t complain!
Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH, Wireless In-Wall Switch, White [link]
Just be sure whatever switch you use is not a dimmer. A dimmer is not supposed to be attached to a fan. It can burn out your fan motor or worse, start a fire. Here's the one I used for my fan: [link]
Then I used a regular caseta dimmer to control only the light portion. So now I have a 2 gang box, but I can control both individually. Unfortunately that caseta switch is insanely expensive. I was able to get it for $61 a few months ago. You might have better luck googling that model and buying it from a specialty electrical supply store.
No, there are binary switches in the Caseta lineup that don't need a neutral wire. They make use of an MLC to allow the switch to be powered without the load turning on.
It's not cheap but there is this
Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH Caseta Wireless 5 Amp Lighting and 3 Amp Fan RF On/Off Light Switch, White [link]
I'm planning on buying some of these. You'll need a lutron bridge too.
Lutron Caseta is close to what you want. It isn't a toggle, but looks very similar. The one end is a battery remote that pairs to the main switch.
Here is the switch, but the Pico remote works identical. They have a bracket you screw to the wall and cover with a normal looking plate for the Pico. You can't even tell the remote is a fake switch.
Nope they have an on off that doesn’t require a neutral.
They do make one that does not require a neutral: [link]
lutron on/off, no neutral. you'd need the lutron hub, too.
There are two non-dimmable switches. The PD 5WS-DV does not need a neutral.
The PD-6ANS requires a neutral.
You can use the switch
PD-5WS-DV-WH. It’s pricier but you if you scour the internet you can sometimes find it at a price close to the ones that require a neutral
There’s a rare one out there that doesn’t (costs more than the one that does require it).
This is a regular on-off switch from Lutron that doesn’t require a neutral wire and is a smart switch. PD-5WS-DV-WH Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH, Wireless In-Wall Switch, White [link]
I think this non-dimmable Caseta might work for 240v?
Also, this model (PD-5WS-DV-WH) works with CFLs and Fluorescent lights. Minus the dimming.
Not OP. But i presume they mean this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NO7Z80S/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2
I have this all over my house and it works really well without ground and/or neutral.
Lutron makes several kinds of switches in their Caseta line of products that work with Wink Hub 2 and don't require a neutral conductor. Here are two relevant ones:
There are other switches in the Lutron Caseta line that require a neutral conductor. Most other z-wave switches that work with LED and CFL lighting (like the GE switches) require a neutral conductor.
Lutron Caseta does have non-dimmable switches. Here is a link to two of them: [link]
For dimmable switches, you should be aware that the Lutron dimmers do not have any memory. Meaning, when you dim the lights, turn them off and turn them on again, they come on at 100%. For example, say you dim the lights to 30% and then turn the lights off. When you turn them back on again, they come back on at 100%.
Even my cheap non-smart Lutron dimmers can remember the last dimming setting. It drove my wife nuts in the kitchen. So, I had to remove them. So, while the whole Caseta system is solid, I'm not a big fan of how the dimmers work.
I don't have any experience with it but this one appears to support both. [link]
Edit: wrong link
Edit 2: it also seems to only support on/off. Its just a generic switch.
Assuming you're talking about this switch, you can look here to see that it's currently much closer to its historic low price than its historic high price. That still doesn't tell you why though.
Thanks .. its really expensive lol
But if there are no other options, looks like im going with this. I'm about to buy the Lutron Caseta $99 kit (with the hub) -- but im still making sure its the right purchase and lutron hub can be integrated with ST hub.