Lutron 3-Button with Raise/Lower Pico Remote for Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch, PJ2-3BRL-WH-L01R, White

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Pico 3-button remote control features on and off buttons, a programmable “favorite” button, as well as raise/lower

Controls Caseta Wireless dimmer and plug-in lamp dimmer

Adjust lights from anywhere in the room

Uses Clear Connect RF Technology; Lutron’s highly reliable RF technology that ensures seamless communication between your Caseta Wireless products

Remote has 10-year battery life (CR2032 battery included)

Includes (1) Pico Remote; coordinating accessories sold separately


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From the manufacturer

Manufacturer

‎Lutron

Part Number

‎PJ2-3BRL-WH-L01R

Item Weight

‎0.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎0.3 x 1.25 x 2.5 inches

Country of Origin

‎China

Item model number

‎PJ2-3BRL-WH-L01R

Batteries

‎1 CR2 batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Color

‎White

Style

‎Remote

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Mounting Type

‎Plug-In Mount

Included Components

‎(1) Wireless Pico remote

Batteries Included?

‎Yes

Batteries Required?

‎Yes

Battery Cell Type

‎Alkaline

Average Battery Life

‎87600 Hours

ASIN

B00KLAXFQ0

UNSPSC Code

39122206

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Best Sellers Rank

#3,724 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#2 in Ceiling Fan Remote Controls#20 in Dimmer Switches

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Date First Available

July 7, 2014

10 reviews for Lutron 3-Button with Raise/Lower Pico Remote for Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch, PJ2-3BRL-WH-L01R, White

  1. Secret Agent

    I am using this in conjunction with a Lutron Caseta wall dimmer switch and a Wink hub. The downside to these products is that they have a proprietary wireless system (not Z-wave or Zigbee). That though is also an advantage because they will work with or without a home automation system in operation (or after you sell and take your home automation hub with you). It you do use this with a Wink though, pair the Pico remote through Wink, not using the directions provided by Lutron.You can use this remote anywhere on a wall or just loose, or in a box where a 3 or 4 way slave switch used to reside (or actually even where the 3 or 4 way switch resided). They sell a separate piece of plastic for mounting in a box, which really should be included in the package for the remote. If you do install it in a box, dealing with the existing wiring is pretty simple–you just connect all the wires together with a large wire nut (except any common wire (unlikely) or a ground). I would suggest though taking a picture of the existing switch wiring, and tag the wires as necessary so that you can easily reverse the process if you remove the Lutron switch.As to the remote, it is actually a bit nicer than the wireless switch I paired it with because the middle button can be set to turn on to a remembered brightness level, where the on button remains full bright. Other than that, this product works as well as any wired slave switch–assuming distance is not too great.As to distance, for use with a Wink system it would be distance to the Wink hub. For use without a hub it would be distance to the wired switch. I did not test out distance, but I have not had any issues with them being on a different floor than my hub, but they are virtually right below the hub, so the distance is not great.Anyway, I generally do not like proprietary systems, but here it actually does provide some benefit.

  2. J. Segers

    This device will control one or more Lutron Caseta switches. In the picture above, the first three switches starting at the left are various forms of luton switches The item on the right is one of these remotes. It is used to provide a third control point for the Living room light without having to add more wiring. I have another unit mounted in my hallway. When I am walking toward my bedroom and notice the yard lights are still on, I can press the button and all six yard lights turn off. The price is cheap for the added convenience of controls where you need then when compared with the $250 electricians want for adding a regular switch.

  3. Daniel T. Egnor

    I’ve tried a lot of “smart” home automation products and honestly Lutron’s Caseta light of lighting controllers is maybe the only one that I actually like using and installing.It *just works*, everything is high quality, the controllers can be installed on the wall or on nice pedestals, the dimming is smooth, the whole thing just feels like luxury instead of like some fiddly broken techno gadget. It’s instantaneous and the range is impressive (they SAY 30 feet but it works flawlessly over hundreds of feet for me).This is their Pico remote, which requires other Lutron Caseta gear (dimmers, etc) to work with. I got the black model, which is a very striking jet black, and can be used to distinguish one remote from another. (I do wish they were available in more colors…)

  4. CoCo’s Mom

    for the remote that the dog chewed on. It still works, but the top piece on the front is chewed up pretty bad. He is a bad little dog. Right now, he is in the other dog’s crate playing with his squeaky elephant. The dog waits until we go to bed to grab things off the end tables (hubby’s side mostly) and during the day, he likes to hop on the bed and walk over to my nightstand and try to grab anything he can, which is how he got the remote that is being replaced. The remote works well and you are able to dim it and then also automatically have it shut off gradually with the bottom button.

  5. Faiz Rahman

    The Pico remote has a good amount of travel in the button press, so you feel when the button is pressed. Yes, the Pico doesn’t have the same “click” as a paddle switch, but it is definitely what I’d describe as tactile. You know that you’ve pressed it.The response time on the Pico is much quicker. I noticed that the Pico remotes have two different drivers you can choose from in Hubitat: Lutron Fast Pico or Lutron Pico. The latter gives you all 10 button pushes (the normal 5 and then 5 more with each button having a held state). But because the remote has to wait to see if you held the button or not it’s a bit slower to respond. This is where the “fast” driver comes into play. It only has the 5 button presses available so it reacts instantly. I’ve stuck with the “fast” driver for now.The Pico has really strong magnets and a flat backside so it sits super flush and perfectly with my Mitzvah light cover. I didn’t even need to super glue the magnets for the Remote to stay firmly on the Mitzvah. I used double sided tape as well just in case, but I don’t think it’s actually necessary.The Pico remotes are great and I’m glad I made the investment to get the $150 SmartBridge Pro because we can get the Lutron Caseta dimmers at our next house! 😀 Definitely recommend to anyone that wants a fast, mountable, and tactile solution.

  6. Krav Guy

    I bought this because I was putting a foyer light (3 way switch) on the Caseta switches so that I could set it to go on based on sunset. You have to eliminate the second switch, so I got this remote to perform the same function. Set it up once, and never had to think about it again. Use the switch daily and no issues with the connection. And the instructions were easy to understand (eliminating the second switch in y circuit). I’m no electrician, but this is easily do-able for a DIY’er. According to the instructions, the battery lasts for years, so no concern there. Great product. Had it in use for about 8 months.

  7. Lawrence Baldwin

    Purchased this with  Caseta Wireless Wallplate Bracket for Pico Remote, PICO-WBX-ADAPT  and  Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch for Wall & Ceiling Lights, PD-6WCL-LA, Light Almond, Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and the Google Assistant  in order to allow 3-way control of a hallway LED light fixture. I wish they were available as a package in Light Almond as they are in white, so my cost was higher, but still cheaper than having an electrician pull wire and install a new dimmer, which would still only let me control dimming from one end of the hallway. It was essential to look at the instruction videos online, but the entire installation process of all three products took me under an hour, and I am extremely pleased with the result.

  8. Chris

    I bought a caseta along with this pico control because I had a light switch that wasn’t easily accessible. Given the layout if the room, our couch blocks access to the switch. I installed the caseta where the existing switch was, and I mounted this pico switch on the other side of the room, so it would function like a three way switch. It works perfectly. Now, we can turn on the lights from a more easily accessible part of the room. Better yet, I purchased the mount to put it alongside existing switches, and it looks like it’s always been there.

  9. Jonathan B.

    This remote improved a lighting situation in our home. Our dining room has two entrances, the main one to the rest of the house and one to the kitchen on the opposite side of the room. The light switch was located at the main entrance, a standard 2-pole dimmer switch, so there was no way to turn it on from the kitchen. I swapped the original dimmer for a Lutron Caseta Wireless dimmer (the Pro model, PD-10NXD), then paired it with the Pico remote. Very simple to install, and pairing took just a few seconds.Now we can control the light from the kitchen as well, including the dimming level. No electrician, no new wiring and no carpentry needed. And since the Caseta dimmer is compatible with LEDs, we can change the bulbs to LEDs without issues.

  10. t morgan

    I have over half my house set up with wireless (hard wired) transmitter switches, and mounted these picos for all the other switches. Have a 3 back pedestal on my kitchen island and Alexa with voice controls. couldn’t be happier. been using these for years and years. haven’t had any battery issues or otherwise. Great product, and a reputable industry leading company. **Disclosure, these are JUST the remotes, so you still have to have Lutron compatible devices for these to “control”. (Ie; wired Maestro wireless wall switch, wired PowPak, lutron outlet connector. AND if you want the Alexa voice control, you will need to get the Lutron Caseta wireless hub that ties in with your home wifi)

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