LOW VOLTAGE SWITCHES WITH MULTIPLE LIGHT WIRING SCHEMATICS
Old Low Voltage Lighting System Switches, Relays, Wall
Shopping for low voltage light switches, relays, transformers, and low voltage switch plates for an older home from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, & 1980s? Easily buy replacement parts with confidence for your vintage Remcon, Sierra, Bryant, Pyramid, Touch Plate, and GE low voltage lighting systems at Kyle Switch Plates.New GE Parts · Touch-Plate Parts
LVSW-100 Series Low Voltage Switches | Legrand
LVSW-100 Series Low Voltage Switches are lighting control devices that use conventional point-to-point low voltage wiring for control of single or multiple loads. Each button provides a momentary contact that is intended for use with compatible low voltage relay panels or
Just a flip and a relay and on comes the light- Low
The wiring from the switches and devices are low voltage (typically 24 to 30v) so no need for heavier cabling and conduits etc GE introduced its low-voltage remote-control relay system in the 1950s as an alternative to conventional line-voltage switch wiring, mainly for lighting. Touch Plate goes back to the mid to late 1940’s.
GE Low Voltage Light Switches, Low Voltage Light Switch
The new style GE RS2 switches are the currently manufactured replacement switches for both a Bryant and GE low voltage system. These and other new low voltage switches (including pilot light and raise/lower switches, pictured at left) will work with your old GE relays and old Bryant relays. They will not, however, fit your old style switch plates. If you buy a new switch, you will need a new
Lutron Electronics - Lighting Control Dimmers and Switches
Lutron offers hundreds of choices in stand-alone dimmers and switches. With a wide array of styles, colors and control options we can compliment any décor and provide functionality for ambience, convenience, and security-meeting all of your lighting control needs.
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