I’ve got a dilemma. Although I have a couple dozen smart devices in our home you’ll have to forgive my still fairly basic grasp on smart home networking. AKA, I haven’t a clue what the word “handler” means in terms of networking. I have booth Google Home Display (Nest) and Alexa (Echo show) sitting right next to each (other which gets comical at times).
I have Lutron Casetta dimmers with Picos, Leviton, TP Link’s 3 ways, TP link single pole, and GE 3 ways.
So far all my outdoor lights (less ONE) work on Lutron. I like this because I want a single Pico that will light them all up. We live out in the country so its helpful.
The walk out entrance flood light does not like Lutron. It’s not so much the “Lutron” as it is the “dimmer” aspect of Lutron and this flood light aren’t copacetic. The Leviton works just fine. The Lutron Pico I want to use sits on our first floor while the Leviton (and walk out flood light) are in the basement. I want to set up an IFTTT that will trigger the Leviton upon use of the Pico upstairs. The issue is, while I can get Lutron to be an action for Leviton, I can’t do it the other way around. In IFTTT I cant’ find “Lutron” (or Ra2) as a trigger!
Suggestion? Backup plan will be to buy Lutron’s non-dimmer switch.