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

ADTH700RMTUW1 adorne Collection
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$154.09 USD

Combine Wi-Fi Lighting Control with sleek touch technology and the option to dim, for truly contemporary control. The Touch Wi-Fi Ready Master Dimmer is a programmable light switch and dimmer combination that pairs with the adorne Hub to create a smart Wi-Fi Lighting Control System in your home. (For 3-way, or multi-way applications, use one master device with additional remote devices.) Turn lights on/off, or adjust their brightness, with just the touch of a finger. And, create custom lighting settings to control lights from your smartphone or tablet via the Legrand Lighting Control app. Also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home. A Tru-Universal Dimmer, it also works with virtually any 120V dimmable bulb or fixture. 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 Touch 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 804428067740
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
Actuator Touch
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

Hi, based on what i have read, this dimmer requires a neutral wire. My other adorne dimmers i wired in a neutral wire, I have places i am unable to do that. Is there a wi-fi or non-wi-fi option that does not require this neutral/white wire?

Asked by: ChrisW
The master dimmers for Incandescent/Halogen lights only, does not require a Neutral wire. https://www.legrand.us/wiring-devices/smart-lighting/connect-using-radio-frequency/adorne-incandescent-halogentouch-wi-fi-ready-master-dimmer/p/adth600rmhw1
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-10-05

is there a cut sheet for the dimmer unit with the moel number ADTH700RMTU?

Asked by: steins.t
Here are links t the Sell Sheet and the Instruction Sheet for the master Touch dimmer: https://legrand.webdamdb.com/directdownload.php?ti=38623328&tok=EZVLjZrd13gc9sNyVmT5TgRR https://legrand.webdamdb.com/directdownload.php?ti=38635343&tok=yrLNlR7tGXVAwVuOWFvb2wRR
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-10-15

Will the tru universal dimmers work properly on fixtures with 0-10v dimming?

Asked by: Corey
No, the ADTH700RMTU will not work on 0-10V dimming fixtures. The ADTH4FBL3PW4 is rated for 0-10V but it is not Wi-Fi ready.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-09-28

I installed touch WiFi dimmer switch and it’s just flashing green and red while the dimmer plus and minus are blinking what is the problem?

Asked by: Jack123456
It sounds like a wiring issue. I would verify you have the master dimmer and that it is wired as follows: Master: Hot - power wire from breaker Load - wire to light White - Neutral connection adorne products 1.800.223.4185 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-09-21

How much, in watts, does this switch draw when in standby? I am looking for a number, not a response like "very little". Need to know to calculate load for an entire house of them. Thanks!

Asked by: mp61
Just spoke with Brian from customer service at Legrand. I asked this question because our house with almost all switches of this type is using much more electricity than expected. Our measurements on our lighting circuits show each dimmer to be using around 15 watts when the light is turned off. Brian said that sounds what is to be expected for a wi-fi enabled dimmer switch. Doing the math....15 watts, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year is 131 kWh's per year per switch. In our house with nearly 100 switches, this is a significant annual cost, and is roughly 40% of our household annual use. We will be replacing most of the programmable dimmers with a more electrically efficient option.
Answered by: mp61
Date published: 2020-09-11

When using the Touch Wi-Fi Ready Master Dimmer, can I use either Touch Remote Wi-Fi Switch or Touch Remote Wi-Fi Dimmer? What would be the pros and cons of each choice? Thank you!

Asked by: legoman128
You can use either remote with the master dimmer. The remote switch only gives you ON/OFF in the remote location, where the remote dimmer also lets you dim from the remote dimmer location.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-06-01

Can I use one master one wi-fi master dimmer in as many as wi-fi dimmer remote in the whole house?

Asked by: Nida
You need a master dimmer for each light circuit and the remotes can be added to control the same circuit from another location in the house. You can connect multiple remotes to the masters.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-03-09

Difference between master and remote, i don't know which one i need

Asked by: Twings
You need a master to control you light and the remote is used if you want to control the same light from another location(like a 3way application).
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-11-11
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