For those of us who migrated from Wink, one of the good things about it was that it had a Lutron clear connect radio and protocols built in. This also limited the opportunity to pick up the newer Lutron Fan switches and be able to use the Pico fan remotes. Most, like me, ended up picking up the GE ZWave plus fan switches. Don't get me wrong, those switches work like a charm - just don't have the fan remote!
Hubitat, Lutron Pro hub, the cheap $15 Lutron Picos & Rule Machine to the rescue
Here are two options that I played with (with support and help from the awesome community here). These should work for any other non Lutron fan switch as well as long as Hubitat is connected to them and can control them
In the button controller, setup a five button pico with each button (from bottom to top) having these speeds: Off, Low, Medium, High, On
On just turns the fan on - to what ever speed it was the last time
Sharpie on the edge says Fan & there are small enough (readable ) dots to show the speed on the remote
Option 2 (Mimicking the Lutron fan pico):
In the button controller, setup a five button pico with the top and bottom buttons to turn the fan on and off
Center button preset to mimic favorite speed
For the up & down buttons - use "Set Dimmers -> Adjust these dimmers -> Select the GE Fan switch -> By this amount"
For the up switch, I set the amount as 25
For the down switch, I set the amount as -25
Sharpie on the edge says Fan
Works like a charm
Thanks to @bertabcd1234 for guiding me thru this back in the day
Absolutely possible - the options are endless with the button controller, rule machine and additional drivers . The two options I used, were in an attempt to emulate Lutron Fan Picos. Oh, & don't forget the options for button press and press and hold - those increase the # of actions each 5 button pico can perform
Did you use the special Pico Fan remote that Lutron sells, or did you use the regular Pico remote?
The special fan remote has pictures of fan blades on the top and bottom buttons. It is model number PJ2-3BRL-WH-F01R.
I bought and tried to use the special Fan remote and couldn't get it to work with the Hubitat Button Controller app to control a GE/Jasco Enbrighten Fan Control in-wall switch. But a regular Pico remote, that came with a Caseta in-wall dimmer, was able to be programmed to control the GE/Jasco Fan Control switch.
I wanted to use the special Fan remote because it had images of fan blades printed on it already, instead of light bulbs.
I finally figured out why the Lutron Fan Pico wouldn't work to control a GE/Jasco In-Wall Fan Controller through the Button Controller app.
When the Lutron Integration brought the Fan Pico over to Hubitat, it used the Lutron Fast Pico driver. Something about that driver didn't work but as soon as I switched the Fan Pico over to the regular Lutron Pico driver, it worked fine.
In theory both drivers should have worked, but it seems for my system, HE C-5, only the regular Pico driver works with this special Fan Pico remote.