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adorne® sofTap™ Wi-Fi Ready Master Tru-Universal Dimmer

ADTP700RMTUW1 adorne Collection
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$134.50 USD

The sofTap Wi-Fi Ready Master Tru-Universal Dimmer works with virtually any 120V dimmable bulb or fixture, and pairs with the adorne Hub to create a smart Wi-Fi Lighting Control System for your home. Manually turn lights on/off or adjust their brightness with the soft tap of a finger, or enjoy mobile control and create custom lighting scenes to control lights through the Legrand Lighting Control app for smartphones or tablets. For 3-way, or multi-way applications, use one master device with additional remote devices.Also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home. Made exclusively for use with screwless Wall Plates from the adorne® Collection, sold separately.
Color White

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Features

  • Installs in 25 minutes or less, fitting into an existing electrical box and wiring directly to the light.
  • Works with virtually any 120V dimmable bulb or fixture.
  • Self-calibrates when you select your fixture's lighting type, automatically setting the appropriate minimum voltage to eliminate flicker and poor performance.
  • Pair with a sofTap Wi-Fi Ready Remote Dimmer for 3-way control. Simply follow the provided instructions after installing to pair with the Master Dimmer.
  • Compatible with iOS and Android devices for app-based control, simply download the free Legrand Lighting Control app.
  • Also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home, and even integrates into advanced home automation systems.
  • Part of the adorne Wi-Fi Lighting Control System, this device requires the adorne Hub to operate.
  • More color options available to fit any style, including finishes to match current hardware and lighting trends.
  • Complete the look with a stunning, screwless adorne® Wall Plate, not included. Available in a range of contemporary colors and finishes. Coordinate with other designer switches & outlets.

Specifications

General Info
Color White
UPC Number 804428067801
Country Of Origin United States
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Number of Switches 1
Application Sector Residential
Warranty Type 2-Year Limited Warranty
Standard cULus, FCC, UL 1472
Additional Information
RoHS Conformant Yes This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Wattage 700 W
Number of Poles Single Pole, 3-Way, Multi-Location
Number of Gangs 1
Voltage 120 V
Mounting Type Box
Frequency Rating 900 M (RF) Hz
Load Incandescent, Halogen, MLV, Fluorescent, and ELV, CFL, and LED bulbs
Connection Type Internal Pressure Plates
Environmental Conditions 0 to 80 (relative humidity, non-condensing)

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Questions & Answers

What would prevent full dimming, my set-up is only going down to 75%

Asked by: Production
If you are dimming a CFL or LED load, it may be necessary to enable reverse dimming. From section 13 of the installation manual for your dimmer: Custom Setting Initiation - Dimmers First insure all device’s status LEDs are solid WHITE Press and Hold any dimmer On Button for 10 seconds and release Initiator status LED flashes GREEN Blink count indicates Custom Setting selection (see list above) Selection 1. = “blink” pause “blink” Press and Release to change Custom Settings Selection Selection 2. = “blink” “blink” pause “blink” “blink” Dimmer level LEDs define setting levels Change setting levels with dimmer paddle press and releases (shown below) 1. Bottom level LED = Locator Light On Top level LED = Locator Light Off 2. Level LEDs (and load) indicate minimum level 3. Level LEDs (and load) indicate maximum level 4. Bottom level LED = Dimmer Mode Top level LED = Switch Mode 5. Bottom level LED indicates Forward Phase Top level LED indicates Reverse Phase 6. Bottom level LED = No Load Indicator On Top level LED = No Load Indicator Off
Answered by: Jeffrey M.
Date published: 2021-10-01

Can you use this master wifi dimmer switch with something like ADTP703TUW4 (non-wifi) in a 3-way system?

Asked by: Arian
No, for wifi capable 3-way functionality you would need ADWR700RMTUW1 Wi-Fi dimmer master connected directly to hot and load and ADWRRRW1 Wi-Fi dimmer remote which gets a hot, neutral and ground (does not connect to load) These require the LC7001 lighting control hub for connection to the network.
Answered by: Jeffrey M.
Date published: 2021-07-02

Hi, I am using an On-Q MRIR1 and remote with this switch. If I turn the lights on/off at the wall switch the MRIR1 overrides it within a few minutes or hours. The only way to stop it is to briefly unplug the MRIR1 from power. How can this be fixed? Thanks

Asked by: gcookaustin
We're unsure of what you mean by overriding. Having an MRIR1 device in your RFLC network makes troubleshooting via text difficult. Please reach out to us at technical.support-hs@legrand.com with a name, contact phone number, and best times to call. -OR- Call our technical support team at (800)223-4162 Option 3. We are available M-F 8AM-6PM.
Answered by: Jeffrey M.
Date published: 2021-03-08

I bind some of the dimmers to the house already but noticed that a set of wifi dimmers located on another floor are not bind (no lights), it seems like I created several house bind codes initially, how can I unbind or reset all the dimmers?

Asked by: KenT
Go to each switch and hold it's power button for 15 seconds, count slowly. Once you've done this for all of the switches, then go to any switch and press it for 5 seconds to put it into programming mode. Verify that ALL switches are blinking along with the first one. Once verified, go back to the first one and press it again for 5 seconds to remove it from programming mode. If you are using an LC7001 hub, it should be defaulted by pressing the reset button with a paperclip or pen for 10 seconds. Once defaulted, you can open the Legrand Lighting Control app and add all the switches into the hub.
Answered by: Jeffrey M.
Date published: 2021-01-19

Do you have a SofTap Wi-Fi dimmer that supports 0-10V LED drivers?

Asked by: Sheila
Yes, we have the Softap SP/3way dimmer for 0-10V drivers. The model number is ADTP4FBL3PW4.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-11-21

Why don’t you have a WiFi dimmer over 700 watts? Most high end customers at this price level of device are likely going to have a Chandelier pushing 1,000 watts.  

Asked by: MountainMan7777
If the chandeliers are using incandescent or MLV, the MR2000 master wi-fi dimmer would be fine. You could pair it with any adorne remote dimmer for a more appealing look. adorne products 1.800.223.4185 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-04-14

I'm using (2) ADTP700RMTUW1 in my 3-way set up. Since I have load wires in both locations, I don't know how to make one the master? Also, the dimmer will not actually dim, just on/off. Help?

Asked by: John
The Wi-Fi Ready devices do not use the traveler wires commonly used in 3way application. They need to be connected as follows: Master: Hot - power wire from breaker Load - wire to light White - Neutral connection Remote: Hot - power from breaker White - neutral connection
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-09-12

I'm trying use ADTP700RMTUW1 and ASTPRRW1 but for some reason in my 3-way set up I have a 1) hot, 2) neutral, 3) black, 4) red. The 3) and 4) are in BOTH locations. No place to put the 3) and 4)

Asked by: John
The Wi-Fi Ready devices do not use the traveler wires commonly used in 3way application. The need to be connected as follows: Master: Hot - power wire from breaker Load - wire to light White - Neutral connection Remote: Hot - power from breaker White - neutral connection
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-04-13
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