I am using an Inovelli Red Series dimmer switch in a 3-way configuration (actually 4-way, but I don’t think that changes anything here). The red series dimmer is installed in the box with the line wire. I also have the neutral wire connected. I am able to turn the lights on and off from the dimmer switch, and both of the dumb switches. I am using ten of these lights: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Halo-RL-5-in-and-6-in-3500K-White-Integrated-LED-Recessed-Ceiling-Light-Trim-at-90-CRI-Bright-White-RL560WH6935R/204333823
When I turn on or off one of the dumb switches, the Inovelli Red Series dimmer changes state to match the dumb switch, but it takes almost a second to do so. This really isn’t an issue, except that if I turn on and off the dumb switch too fast (within a second or less), the Inovelli dimmer doesn’t keep pace at keeping the dumb switch’s state. Then when I turn the switch on (waiting over a second after the last toggle), the light will turn on for a split second, then Inovelli will change state to match the dumb switch, and then it will turn off the light (even though I wanted it on). This is true whether I turn off then on fast, or on then off fast.
I know this is a confusing description so please ask if it’s not making sense. The bottom line is that the Inovelli dimmer is slow at matching the dumb switches state, and can lose sync if the dumb switch is toggled too fast. What’s weird is I saw a video from @EricM_Inovelli somewhere in this forum (I can’t find it now of course), that shows when he changes the dumb switch state, the Inovelli switch changes state to match almost instantaneously. Therefore, I think I may have an issues somewhere in my setup.
Anyone know what’s going on?