Lutron's Smart Bridge costs $150

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Set it on a flat surface near your router.

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Plug it into your router using the included Ethernet cable.

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It also has a Micro-USB port and a button for adding new devices.

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You can buy various add-ons a la carte.

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These Caseta Wireless dimmers have outlets on either side for controlling two lamps at the same time.

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Pico remotes are also compatible with the Lutron Smart Bridge.

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Here's where you can find customer service numbers and basic tech specs.

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Plug the included power adapter into the Lutron Smart Bridge, too.

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Then, download the Lutron app.

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Follow the setup instructions to connect your dimmers and shades.

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The Lutron logo is very subtle.

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The square hub is small enough to fit in your hand.

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