Somewhat of a challenge...
I'm going from a single light to recessed lighting in my studio condo. There is a single pole switch that this single light is currently connected to.
I'm going to install about 10 recessed lights, but; I want only 5 lights to turn on when I press XYZ button and all lights to turn on when I press ABC button.
My main challenge here is with this switch, it's housed in a concrete wall with hard drawn solid copper 10AWG wires, so there's no options for rewiring anything, all wiring goes into in a concrete wall and ceiling.
Is there anything I can use to control an array of 10 different lights with an immovable/modifiable single pole switch?
My idea was to leave the single pole switch as is with the dimmer, and have some kind of wireless routing panel in the closet that would allow me to then switch between the lighting "zones" (if that's what they're called) using a wireless switch installed "next to" the current switch. I see Lutron makes some interesting products, but I'm not sure which will do what I need, or the less expensive alternatives. Expense isn't a serious issue here, but I'm not trying to spend $4000-$6000 on a solution.
Does anyone have any idea what I should be searching for, or the proper name of what I'm looking for to make this work?
Thank you in advance for your help