I have two light fixtures with a dimmer each on separate circuits. I once read that I could link two z-wave dimmers to mimic each other so that no matter what one does the other does in real-time.
The reason is that in this room the two lights are on opposite sides of the room. To turn on all the lights I have to turn on one, then walk to the other end of the room and turn on the other one. So I thought I could simply link (group/gang) the two dimmers together so that they work in unison.
I’ve read about double-tapping, creating hardware scenes, and such - even using ST to create a Routine (Scene) that does this. Any input on this problem? I"m sure there is an easy way but I would rather do this between the two dimmers if at all possible so that the dimming control is real-time.
Oh, a footnote: I bought two GE Smart Dimmers (1272A) thinking that this “linking” was inherent to z-wave. I have a technician coming Wednesday to run my neutral wires (because I hate the attic).