Lutron MA-R-WH Dimmer Switch Maestro Companion - White
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About this Product
The white Lutron MA-R-WH Maestro Companion Dimmer works with up to nine other standalone dimmers. With this companion dimmer, you can use only one smart wireless dimmer for full function lighting across multiple locations.
Also available in brown, gray, almond, ivory, black and light almond colors, the Lutron MA-R-WH Maestro Companion Dimmer fits in any standard wall plate that you purchase separately. Please note that it should not be used with three way or four way mechanical switches.
With its glossy finish, the Lutron MA-R-WH offers an attractive, smooth look and is easy to clean. Amperage is 8.3A maximum and voltage is 120 Volt AC, 60Hz.
Wallplate Sold Separately
Features:• Replaces: Lutron SPS-AD-WH
• Not a Standalone Dimmer
• Use only 1 Maestro Wireless Smart Dimmer per Lighting Circuit and up to 9 Companion Dimmers for full-function Multi-Location Dimming
• Fits in any standard Decorator style Wallplate (SOLD SEPARATELY)
• Do NOT use with Mechanical 3-way or 4-way Switches
• Also Available in Brown, Almond, Black, Gray, Ivory and Light Almond
Specifications:• Color: White
• Finish: Gloss
• Amperage: 8.3A Maximum
• Voltage: 120 Volt AC, 60Hz
why not have the wallplate included?
I love these cause its cheaper than buying separate dimmers. Just wish the wall plate was included
on 02-12-2010 by Chewy
This is just what I needed
I recently bought a Maestro dimmer but I also need a dimmer for a 3 way application. After going to home depot 3 times and purchasing the wrong products I decided to try Westside to see if they could help me out. Not only did the customer service rep know exactly what I needed but he also told me I would be receiving my dimmer the following day. I don't think I will ever be going to home depot again since they don't know anything and they can not provide the service that Westside can.
on 02-04-2010 by Martha Vandersmoot
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