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  1. Bilious Bill

    Hi Steve,
    Is your photo of the switch the MS-OPS5M or the MSCL-OP153M with dimmer functionality as evidenced by the strip of LED’s on the left side? (Line drawings of both are shown at http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/3672451_Sensor%20ED%20Sellsheet.pdf.) I was amazed at the product range on Lutron’s Web site. Next time I have an idea of an electrical/electronic product that I want, I’ll be sure to look for it on the Web before attending at a store and choosing from what’s available. (Typically the selection that we are offered in Canada is much less than that available in the US.)

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    1. Hey, Bill. My bad. That was the stock photo from the switch’s Amazon listing, and you’re right — it was the wrong switch! The one I used is not a dimmer, and therefore does not have the dimmer indicator lights or the slim dimmer toggle. I’ve swapped out the photo for the actual switch I’m using. Thanks for the catch!

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  2. J Bird

    Steve,

    I purchased the Lutron Maestro 600 and the video tutorial was very helpful. However, my only question is what do you do if you have more than one companion switches. The box provides only one jumper. Does this mean that I have to install a second jumper switch on the third three ways switch?

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      1. Nevermind – that’s for their “multi-location dimmers.” Here’s the Lutron cutsheet for the Maestro Occupancy sensor. Looks like you can use one “standard” switch for a 3-way wiring setup, but if you want more than that, you’ll need to use some other Maestro switches (scroll down and start at Wiring Diagram #10).

        http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/369666.pdf

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