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


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

$2997 /each

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Product Overview

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 5-60 minutes. Softly lit orange LEDs 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-Watt and VA (5 Amp) of incandescent and halogen or magnetic low-voltage lighting
  • Tap on to start timer, touch rocker to adjust countdown time
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Customer Questions & Answers

is this timer suitable for a 3 way switch arrangement controlling ceiling lights?

Would i install 1 or 2 of these to work with both wall switches?
Asked by: Mike
Check out the product installation instructions here: Per the instructions above: install one of these timers on the load side and swap out the other 3 way for an Accessory Switch. I've never used an Accessory Switch so I'm not sure how they are different than a standard 3 way switch.
Answered by: Mikey95
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is there memory for timer?

Will the timer remember the last timer setting or do you have to use the rocker switch every time you turn on the main switch/power?
Asked by: Piggy
You can set the timer using the rocker so that each time you press the button you will get the set time. So, yes, it remembers the last setting.
Answered by: shipsupt
Date published: 2017-03-22

I don't want my kid to be able to turn on our heater without selecting a time. Will they be able to run it indefinitely or is there always a countdown

Asked by: HThru
The time can be overridden by tapping it twice, which has a green indicator light at the top of the row of orange lights.
Answered by: MH
Date published: 2017-02-07

Can this switch be used to control flourescent or LED lamps, and if so, how many watts total?

I would like to use this switch to control overhead lighting in a garage so the lights don't get left on indefinitely after leaving the garage. Product information sheet says switch won't work with fluorescent fixtures but will control magnetic low voltage loads. I'm confused.
Asked by: Jerry
Yes, it can be used to switch fluorescent lamp loads. 3 amps minimum, 4 amps with one side removed, 5 amps with two amps removed. Lamp wattage must be at least 5W. See the installation instructions for details: To get determine steady state current draw of a lamp, divide watts by line voltage. For example, a 32W fluorescent tube using 120 volts AC would draw 0.27 amps. Note that a fluorescent fixture with a ballast -- especially a magnetic ballast -- will use slightly more current than the sum of the lamp current, the additional current is due to ballast loss. Check the specifications of the ballast to determine total current draw for a fixture with a discrete ballast. For a garage application, I used a Lutron motion sensor switch with a delayed shutdown to control 3 ceiling mounted fluorescent fixtures with 2 T8 lamps each. The motion sensor needs to "see" the garage door opening but my install has been running fine for 3 years without issue. Turns on when the garage door begins to move after hitting the garage door opener button.
Answered by: Mikey95
Date published: 2015-09-20
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