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Wireless Light Switch System - WS

2.00 LBS
$14.00 OFF
The wireless switch kit includes one self-powered wireless light switch & one RF receiver. The receiver is simply wired between the power source and the light fixture, then stored in the light box. The light switch is programmed to the receiver through a simple single-button configuration pairing procedure. Mount the light switch anywhere and take full control of your lighting!

Remodeling and Retrofit Applications:
Self-powered wireless light switches are the perfect solution whenever a new switch is needed to a difficult to reach location. These switches save electricians and homeowners time and energy by eliminating the need for rewiring and installation of switch boxes. For those who wish to control lamps or other household appliances with this kit, please select the plug-in version as it features a standard 3-prong plug on the bottom of the receiver unit.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have purchased this system in the past and are looking to add more devices or replace switches, please contact our sales staff at 1-800-865-7221 as the operational frequency has changed from 315MHz to 902Mhz. At special customer request, we can still deliver 315MHz units.
Self-Powered Wireless Light Switch Specifications:
Power Supply Self-Generated
Frequency 902 MHz
Indoor Range ~100ft
Operating Temperature -13° - 149° F (-25° - 65° C)
Radio Certifications FCC (United States), IC (Canada)
Receiver Specifications:
Voltage 110-125V AC
Output 110-125V AC 8.2A
Maximum Load 500w Tungsten/Incandescent, 3A ballast with cos=0.4-0.6 (Fluorescent), 1200w resistive (cos=1, Other Devices)
Output Channels 1
Indoor Range ~100ft
Dimensions 1.85" X 1.3" X 1.1"
Radio Certifications FCC (United States)
Frequency 902 MHz

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Wireless Light Switch Dimensions

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  • 3
    3 Second Delay

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 1st 2018

    you have to wait three seconds after turning the switch on for the light fixture to respond. Not good to put in stairwells. Biggest plus is no hard wiring needed from fixture to switch