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Rated 5 out of 5 by TR75 from Great design I bought these along with the matching outlet and regular switches for my entire house. These work great and look amazing. When you turn the light back on, it stays dimmed at the level they were when turned off.
Date published: 2019-01-14
2 questions. is there a factory reset for the switch so I can add it to the hub via the app? I somehow paired 2 switches together by holding the top toggle. How do I undo that pairing?
1. You can reset any RFLC device by pressing and holding it for 20 seconds and it will take it back to a solid amber led. Then you can add it into your existing House ID. 2. To unpair the devices, press and hold one of them for 5 seconds and it will blink amber as well as any device that it is paired with. Go to the device that you want to remove from the group and press and hold for 5 seconds until it blinks green instead of amber. Now go back to the one you statred with and press and hold for 5 seconds. They should return to a white led and are no longer paired together.
Date published: 2020-06-05
I have a LC2101 controlling (7) Sylvania RT6 LED 10w each. 1 of the 7 lights will randomly start flickering at different dimming levels (ex. flickering started when dimmer was at 84% and another time it started at 58%) Setting for dimmer?
I would contact Technical Support so they can assist with adjusting the dimmer correctly for the LED's you are controlling: Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - firstname.lastname@example.org
Date published: 2020-05-22
I have a set of 12 lights that are separated in groups of 4 that are on the same circuit and each are 60watt LED which is equivalent to a 400 watt incandescent, and each group of 4 are on a separate switch. Will the LC2101-WH work for these three?
Yes, the LC2101WH is rated for 700W Incandescent/Halogen, 1A LED, 450W LED/CFL, 500VA MLV, 5.5A EFL, 700W ELV
Date published: 2020-05-18
Does the LC 2101 trip a gfci when it is on the protected side of the gfci recepticle? Does the switch draw electricity all the time?
The LC2101 should have any effect on a GFCI unless a Ground Fault is detected. The dimmer has a minimal draw but not enough to cause a GFCI to trip.
Date published: 2019-11-26
The "nickel" stock photo on this page for product LC2101-NI looks like graphite. Can you confirm that this nickel color is the same as nickel elsewhere on the website?
Yes, all of our NIckel devices, wallplates, etc... match in color.
Date published: 2019-09-12
I have the LC2101 and LC2103 and ready to replace existing 3 ways for can lighting but the instructs with both only show wiring for single pole circuits? Are other installation instruction available
The Lc2101 master dimmer uses radio signals to work together with the Lc2103 remote dimmer. They do not need the traditional traveler wires. The light needs to be connected to the master and the remotes air paired to the master per the instructions.
Date published: 2018-10-17
What would be needed to run this in a 3-way set-up for LED can lights and enable WiFi control?
Hello, Thank You for Your question regarding the LC2101-WH. For a 3 way set up You would need 1 Master LC2101-WH and 1 Remote LC2103-WH or LC2203-WH. To be able to control them through Wi-Fi You would need the LC7001. Hope this helps, Have a Great day.
Date published: 2018-10-15
Can you use a wireless dimmer switch in all three locations
You can use this LC2101 and then You can pair it with our LC2103 in the other two locations. This Master https://www.legrand.us/radiant/products/home-automation/lc2101-wh.aspx And 2 of these remotes https://www.legrand.us/radiant/products/home-automation/lc2103-wh.aspx
Date published: 2018-10-03