I put in a couple caseta dimmers, controlling the dimmers via the app works fine.
But if I can control the lights via my app, can I control them with rules?
I like the additional functionality and am going to dramatically expand the amount of dimmers I have, but not being able to add them into rules kind of defeats the purpose of integrating them with the alarm system.
Using the Lutron app is no different than using the xh app, so as far as that goes, the actual integration is kind of pointless.
Can someone from Comcast tell us when we will be able to make rules using the Caseta Lights system? Both Comcast and Lutron make it sound like there is seemless integration but do not tell you that you can not make rules. This integration is pointless if you can not use rules to use the lights with the security system.
Xfinity tech support is clueless when it comes to this issue. Now that Xfinity does not sell in-wall light switches, why do they still put as their most popular Rule Example, Automating the Outside Lights, when it is flat-out impossible to do right now?
We just added the capability to add a few rules on mobile only for Lutron lights, Chamberlain garage door and Nest!
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I tried to find options to create rules in lights after I successfully paired the Caseta account. No rules for lights are available (though I got one for water, even though I don't have water sensors).