I have a bunch of Hue bulbs throughout the house. Most are controlled via your standard wall switch. This is, of course, sub-optimal; with the wall switch off, the Hue lamp can't be remotely controlled.
I'm looking for switch that is, effectively, a power pass through with a signaling mechanism for controlling the Hue. That would be ideal but, I suspect, runs afoul of electrical code.
Question: Is there some device that could replace the existing wall switches while still leaving the Hue powered while also providing signaling to turn the Hue off?
So, the next best solution appears to be using something like the Lutron Caseta switches. They can be configured to replace the 3 way switches and are Apple HomeKit compatible.
Is there a Caseta switch that is either just on/off or can the Caseta dimmers be configured to not dim?