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Self-Powered Wireless Push On/Off Remote Switch - Gray

Self-Powered Wireless Push On/Off Remote Switch - Gray

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  • $ 9173


Wall switch receiver and self-powered remote switch fit in a standard single-Gang wall box - simple, fast installation with no additional wiring . Self-powered, draws on kinetic energy to charge itself each time the button is pushed . Convenient wireless multi-location (3-way or 4-way) switch solution simply link the wall switch receiver and as much as 6 wireless self-powered remote switches no additional wiring needed . Provides remote local control and manual override . Compatible with incandescent, fluorescent and Low-Voltage lighting as well as electronic and magnetic ballasts . Made in the USA

Wireless self-powered technology means no new wiring is required. Leviton LevNet RF Wireless Self-Powered Solutions are easy to install and maintenance-free, saving ongoing labor and material costs while saving energy. EnOcean technology allows energy harvesting LevNet RF Transmitters to operate indefinitely without the use of batteries. The motion of a switch actuation, light on a solar cell or temperature differentials in the environment provide power to LevNet RF Transmitters, allowing zero maintenance wireless devices. The LevNet RF line includes multiple products that operate in the un-crowded 315 MHz band offering greater transmission range (50 - 150 ft.) than other wireless technologies and minimal competitive traffic. LevNet RF Remote Switches can control an unlimited number of LevNet RF Receivers that are in range. LevNet RF Remote Switches use no wires or batteries. Pressing the switch or inserting a hotel key card into a switch provides the energy to transmit a wireless signal that controls lights or other devices connected to LevNet RF Receivers. Wireless Switches are primarily used to control lights in businesses or homes, but they can be used to control virtually any on/off device. Each Wireless Self-Powered Remote Switch can be placed anywhere within range of a Receiver. Traditionally the Remote Switch is surface mounted on a wall with screws or industrial tape, but can also be used in a standard switch box or as a wireless handheld remote.

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