Here is the contractor version of the new Lutron Caséta Diva switch. It is easy to remove so it will not slow down your job. I can say that this switch literally gives me goosebumps.
I was told that 2,000,000 units are ordered for the USA and Canada. They will be everywhere and the price should drop once quantity arrives.
It is also likely that they will discontinue the older version sooner than later.
Nice. I was about to place an order for new devices for our new house, but got the email about the Diva devices before placing. Eagerly awaiting the Accessory Switch, which I presume is going to be like a Pico.
Unfortunately, only the dimmer is no-neutral. I have use for the switch, but it requires neutral.
I hope they keep both versions. I do wonder if they'll make a diva pico though.
Older version of what? Caseta switches/dimmers?
Aren’t all picos the same across all lines of Lutron smart lighting devices? Caseta, RadioRA, Homeworks, etc.
For example, my RadioRA 2 dimmers are smart versions of Lutron Maestro dimmers. I like the traditional look compared to Caseta dimmers.
But the picos are identical. A few have even been recycled from my old place, in which I was using Caseta.
They are but it would still be interesting
I am waiting for that accessory switch as well. Once I have that switch I will stop using RA2 select all together. I like these switches much more. I can have almost any house comply with the 75 limitation; using the accessary switch (each does not count) and 'motion only zones' using Zigbee or simple dumb motion switches.
That would nice. The accessary switch will eliminate a lot of three way picos.
Yes all the Picos are the same with the exception of Homeworks. The pico looking devices are actually wired ones.
I am referring to the older version of the Caseta dimmers and switches. This is speculation only which my Lutron rep said off the record.
I agree this is all be to be interesting. Lutron will probably dominate the market quite quickly. 2,000,000 units are on their way.
@silverton38 ....According to the Lutron website, the Diva dimmers are available online from Home Depot. Is this where you would expect to purchase a couple?
They may have run out but that is where it is available in the USA. Other dealers are just receiving theirs. Also they are available on eBay right now. They will be everywhere in the next couple of weeks.
I got mine from my electrical Lutron dealer. So far the retail is only available at Home Depot but in a few days it will be available everywhere.
I am also starting to see new eBay pricing at $39 for the Claro and $49 for the Diva. I get much better prices because I buy commercial and in bulk. There will be prices just like the existing units. I have been told by my Lutron guy that they are no longer going to make the older Caseta switch and dimmer. I do not know about the Pico (hopefully that is modernized). Keep in mind it will take a year or so to clear up old inventory. If you want to switch and sell; your best window will be within the next 6 months.
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