Controlling multiple indoor wifi smart switches with a separate outside photocell

by Brad M.   Last Updated July 12, 2018 01:21 AM

I have three groups of outdoor house lights and one group of landscape lights. They're on four separate light switches. The house light switches are located indoors in separate locations far apart, and the landscape light switch is located outside far from the other three.

A year ago I replaced all four switches with timers to increase their usefulness and convenience. But it's turning out to be a hassle to adjust all of those timers every few weeks to stay in synch with seasonal daylight changes.

If I replace the three indoor timers/switches with wifi smart switches, can I then replace the outside timer/switch with a photocell device (or install such a device elsewhere) to control all four groups of lights with the single photocell?

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