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Lutron Maestro 600-Watt/3-Amp Light Fan Timer - White
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Maestro 600-Watt/3-Amp Light Fan Timer - White

$34.49 /each

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The Maestro Countdown Timer helps you save money and energy by automatically turning off the lights and fans after a preset time. Using the Maestro Countdown timer on bathroom exhaust fans can reduce the chance of a costly mold problem, and timers attached to garage lights can add an extra layer of safety when you return home at night. Use the large tap switch to turn the timer on and off, and use the rocker on the side to set the timer to the desired time-out option, anywhere from 5 to 60 minutes. Softly lit orange LED's indicate the time remaining before turn-off. Save energy by using the Maestro Countdown Timer in closets, attics, basements, and other low-traffic areas to ensure the light is never left on for a long time. Coordinating Claro wall plates and accessories sold separately.

  • For use with incandescent and halogen bulbs only
  • Saves energy by automatically turning off a fan or light
  • Use with exhaust fans to reduce moisture, mold, and mildew in bathrooms
  • Use with lighting to ensure lights are never left on for a long period of time
  • Controls a 3-Amp fan or up to 600 W/VA (5 A) of incandescent/halogen or magnetic Low-Voltage lighting
  • Tap on to start timer, touch rocker to adjust countdown time
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Do you need a neutral wire for this timer ?

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some do check the actual specifications for your unit at http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/3671633a_Maestro_eco-timer.pdf
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This product does not need a neutral wire connection to function.
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Can this switch be used for a bathroom heater?

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August 1, 2015
I have a combination light/fan/heater. I want to use a timer for the heater. Can I use the Maestro 600-Watt/3-Amp Light Fan Timer for this purpose
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No - it is designed for only 5 amps and most heaters draw much more
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Unfortunately this control is only UL Listed to handle a light and a fan and we cannot suggest using this on a heater.
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Why can't this be used with florescent lights?

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Would like to use a timer in my garage. I have a florescent fixture that plugs into an outlet and am wondering why the specs do not include this type of lighting.
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the simple answer is it will not work with this type of device - more detail because fluorscent tubes use a transformer to contol the power output (inductive load vs resistive load) the resistance in the circuit is insufficent for the circuit in the timer to work. I know the concept is kind of tricky especially for folks which never studied elelctronics
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A lot of fluorescent lights can't be turned on and off in multiple times without damaging the thing that controls them: the ballast.
Most can't be dimmed and the ballast would have a short a life on any dimmer (if it isn't a dimmable bulb). Some timers can work for fluorescent fixtures, but it will say it on the fixture.
If your fluorescent fixture is dimmable, it can work on this timer. If not, opt Read More
A lot of fluorescent lights can't be turned on and off in multiple times without damaging the thing that controls them: the ballast.
Most can't be dimmed and the ballast would have a short a life on any dimmer (if it isn't a dimmable bulb). Some timers can work for fluorescent fixtures, but it will say it on the fixture.
If your fluorescent fixture is dimmable, it can work on this timer. If not, opt for a timer that is rated for fluorescent fixtures.
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Can this be used in a 3-way switch arrangement?

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No , I had to check but unless it is clearly specified the answer is no - read more on this product at http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/3671633a_Maestro_eco-timer.pdf
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Maestro 600-Watt/3-Amp Light Fan Timer - White is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from much better than a dial wheel timer much better than a dial wheel timer
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Won't work on Fans less than 40W Make sure you read the specifications on the installation sheet. It says it will not work with loads of less that .3A or 40 Watts. My fan is only 8 Watts, so I did not purchase it.
Date published: 2013-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice timer This is a nice timer and it matches the dimmers that I have installed. The only thing I don't like is that it has a 1minute warning where it shuts off the power to the device you are controlling for a split second to warn that there's only one minute remaining. I have this on an exhaust fan and a towel warmer and I'm not crazy that it has this feature that can't be disabled.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well Easy to install and program. My wife and daughter constantly leave the light on to the the pantry. This switch solved the problem.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Easy to install, looks great. Hooked up a new Broan 110 CFM bathroom fan w/ nightlight & 2 CFL lights. Had some concern with the minimum amp draw requirement (0.3 amps) since this version does not have a ground. This particular fan doesn't have an issue and to make sure I wired the night light to be powered by the timer as well. Hit the timer switch at night and the nightlight goes on as well. The auto timer function works great. Recommended.
Date published: 2013-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install. It's been only a couple of months, but working perfectly. It seems that so many Home Depot stores have limited selection, so you're almost forced to order from their website (which means you have the additional cost of postage and handling). The timer arrived promptly, was easy to install, and so far, working perfectly. One thing about their website. What looked like the same timer with the same description was shown three or four times with different prices. So it's unclear if there is any difference in features, etc.
Date published: 2012-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from indicator lights do not work util there is a load I installed this timer switch with the rough wiring, several week prior to installing the shower exhaust fan that it was to operate. It was a little disconcerting that the LED status lamps did not illuminate once power was put to the timer. I surmised that being infernally electronic, that it might not do anything until there was a load on the timer. That was the case, as soon as I wired in the fan the LEDs for the timer interval came on, even thought the fan was not turned on. It would have been more reassuring to have seen mention of this in the instructions! Other than that, it has been working as advertised. Thought it a little pricey for what it was, so it better last for decades.
Date published: 2016-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great , just don't overload them I like these for dimming lights and having remote access from multiple locations using the slave switch (sold separately for each additional station). Since I have installed many of these units I will tell you not to exceed 80% of the rated load capacity (480 watts for this unit , 800 watts for the 1000 watt unit). I suspect there are two issues , heat and the ability of these units to increase the voltage to around 135 v. The last thing I want to give caution to is training people how to use them correctly. What I usually do it enlarge and print a copy of the usage instructions and put them on yhe wall next to the switch
Date published: 2013-07-31
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