Dumb Question about Smart Switches
I have been reading about smart switches, this article mentions load control switches (master, should be one per light) and add-on switches (non-load controlling switches).
Let's say I want to put the load control switch into the ceiling (hidden) and just use the add-on switches as the 'physical' switches.
In the context of a 'dumb light', is my understanding correct:
not withstanding the need for a power supply, the add-on switches wirelessly control the 'master' switch in the ceiling?
putting the master switch in the ceiling is a dumb idea and I should used something designed for that purpose?
If my understanding is correct, can someone please point me in the direction of a device that I can put in my ceiling and the corresponding wall switches to control it.