Lutron stepped voltage - possible?

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  1. inkinoo

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    Trying to work a way to get a Lutron system to control my ceiling fans. They work on sending varying voltages (75, 150 and 220) to regulate the speed.

    Question is, can any Lutron system send specific voltages without the grading inbetween?
     
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    Are you looking for a system that just changes the voltage to a few different levels, so a normal fan controller wouldn't work because it ramps it up or down? But you may be able to find one that has LOW-MEDIUM-HIGH positions.

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    Normal fan controller works fine (Fantasia make one) but ideally I would like the fans controlled via the Lutron. However to do that I need to send to the fan specific voltages without any voltages being sent inbetween.

    So low would be 50v, medium 150v BUT when you move from 50v to 150v it doesn't also do 51,52,53 etc.

    Does that make sense?
     

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