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Item #: PD-3PCL-WH
MSRP: $64.00



Conveniently create just the right light for reading, watching TV, or entertaining, with the Lutron Caseta Wireless.


Plug-in lamp dimmer

  • Simply plugs in to a standard outlet
  • Works with dimmable LEDs and CFLs, as well as incandescent and halogen light bulbs
  • Features two lamp receptacles
  • When using two lamps, they will be controlled together





  • Lutron's patented Clear Connect Wireless technology sets the
    bar for reliability
  • works around corners and through walls
  • Works with NEST when BridgePro is used
  • Quiet frequency band is essentially free of interference, so your Caséta 
    Wireless dimmers won’t be affected by other wireless products.


These dimmers also help dimmable LEDs and CFLs perform better than when used with standard dimmers.
When dimming LEDs and CFLs with Caséta Wireless dimmers:

  • lights will always turn on
  • lights will stay on as you dim them
  • lights won’t flicker (or will flicker less than with a standard dimmer)

We have you covered

Caséta Wireless is easy to install and set up. Here you'll find a variety of resources to guide you through it. Check back soon for step-by-step videos.


Dimming LED & CFL light bulbs

Caséta Wireless dimmers work with dimmable LEDs and CFLs, as well as incandescent and halogen bulbs. 
If you’re using LEDs or CFLs make sure they’re on our approved bulb list for compatibility with Caséta Wireless dimmers. (We test dimmable LEDs and CFLs to determine their compatibility.)

If your bulbs flicker or turn on or off unexpectedly, you can adjust the dimmer's​ range for better performance. See how.


Quick Start Guides

Simple step-by-step instructions to get you started

Complete Instruction Sheets

Information on more advanced topics like adjusting

the dimming range and replacing 3-way switches


Lutron Caseta Integration W/ Alarm.com Products .pdf

Prop 65WARNING: This product contains chemicals including Styrene which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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