Lutron MA-ALFQ35-AL Fan Speed Control, Dual Function Maestro Companion - Almond
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Total control over your fan and lighting systems is now possible in one single device: the Lutron MA-ALFQ35-AL Maestro Companion Fan and Light Control. This device houses controls for two of the most used fixtures in your home and allows you to control them separately, without taking up extra sockets in your wall or adding confusing controls to the equation.
Easily labeled for fan and light usage, each button on the device also includes a rocker that allows different intensities to be chosen, giving you total control over your settings. This revolutionary design not only saves you from the frustration that other mechanisms can cause, but also carries with it a performance guarantee backed by a number of big names, including DIY Network, Home & Garden TV, CNBC and AMC, to name a few.
Simple wiring and a one year manufacturer’s warranty make the almond Lutron MA-ALFQ35-AL Maestro Companion Fan and Light Control great for do-it-yourselfers and homeowners looking to upgrade their technology in a modern and affordable way.
Wallplate Sold Separately. Works with any decorator style wallplate.
This item is not a complete fan speed control setup, this unit is an accessory only and is used in collaboration with a Master Control Switch and control module. This unit is used to add an additional switch in another location.
For use with Incandescent or Halogen Lighting only. Not for use with Flourescent, CFL, LED, or other lighting options.
Features:• Companion Fan & Light Control for Use with Lutron Models: MA-LFQM or MIR-LFQMO (sold separately)|
• Allows you to Add Fan and Lighting Controls to an Additional Location
• Simple Wiring
• Fits into Standard Decorator Wallplates (sold separately)
Specifications:• Color: Almond|
• Voltage: 120 V, 60 Hz
• Amperage: 3.5 A
• For Use with Lutron Fan & Lighting Dimmer Models: MA-LFQM or MIR-LFQMO
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