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SkylinkHome TB Wireless Stick-on or Wall Mounted Battery Operated Anywhere Wall Light Switch Remote Transmitter

The SkylinkHome TB Wireless Stick-on or Wall Mounted Remote Transmitter Light Switch allows you to add a wall switch anywhere you want without running wires and paying for an electrician. Requires Skylink HomeControl receivers to work (i.e. WE, WR, WE, LX and more) The TB installs in seconds to provide you convenient smart home anywhere wireless lighting control. Ideal for use on stairwells, entrance ways, garages and bedrooms. Turn your lights on/off or dim/brighten from two seperate locations. Arrives with pre-installed CR lithium long-life battery.

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&#; Quickly and easily create a 3-way lighting circuit by combining this unit with the SkylinkHome Receivers (i.e. WR Dimmer Wall Switch or the WE On/Off Wall Switch)

&#; Requires SkylinkHome Receivers to work. Ideal to function as a 3-way switch. Ideal for use on stairwells, entrace ways, garages and bedrooms.

&#; Easy DIY (Do It Yourself) Installation &#; allows you to add a wall switch anywhere you want without running wires &#; paying for an eletrician.

&#; Regular rocker-style light switch with flat back can be easily mounted anywhere.

&#; Long range, up to foot operating range in open area. Long life lithium battery included.

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&#;I love this system!! I had a light that was a pull chain I wanted to update it with a light that didnt have a pull chain but running electricity for a switch would have been a pain in the a**. So I bought this and the receiver with high hopes but not high thoughts. I honestly didn&#;t think it was going to work. After wiring the receiver to the new light and getting this transmitter sending a signal out it WORKED!! I was shocked and in love. Will buy this again!!&#;

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Skylink Home wireless switches.. Anyone using them?

We use both Vera and SmartThings over two sites, covering about devices. The Vera Edge controller has been % reliable, but has required a PLEG plugin (allows more complex automations with variables, conditionals, timers etc. to handle security system integration, 9 stats, various zwave devices and automated windows. Vera can handle automations standalone, so no web connection is required..although you'll want it connected to program.

SmartThings is another option that can be a bit flaky at times, but is much easier to deal with. It also handles both ZigBee and Zwave radios. Unlike Vera, a solid web connection is required. It very much is biased to smartphone management, although a web based system gives you access to tweak, design your own apps, troubleshoot etc. Do a search for on my recent threads and you'll find plenty of info.

The basics are this: ZigBee and zwave are low power radio devices that create their own mesh network. This addresses their low range challenges, as most plug in (or constantly powered) devices can serve as relays for neighbour devices. battery powered devices usually do not serve as relays. You need a hub which is used at first to "include" the device. The hub also serves a role in managing the mesh network. The real power of these devices though comes in managing your devices via automations. We've cut up to 38% power consumption at two sites (one home, the other business) by creating automations that:

- enable whole building night pre-cooling
- turn off AC when zones windows are opened
- manages 5 air handlers and two HRVs based on presence, and security system so that we're running this equipment only when required.
- cut power to computers when security is armed
- turn off more or less our entire house when phone's leave the area.
- manage lighting on and off at home
- dim lights as appropriate based on outdoor ambient light.
- program locks based on time and day so cleaner for example can only access at specific times, and our iOS devices are notified when that code is used.
- manage my garage door so if left open I am notified and can close it remotely.
- handles garage "disco" lighting when my kids are partying in there :)
etc.

The hubs and the automations they host are key to all of this. When a security system and all of its sensors are seen by a hub, along with thermostats and zwave/ZigBee devices the path to efficiency becomes a lot easier.

 

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SkylinkHome WE In-Wall On / Off Wall Switch Lighting Control Home Automation Smart Light Remote Controllable Light…

Easy DIY (Do It Yourself) installation without the need of a neutral wire. Simply replaces existing switch.
Simply replaces your existing wall swith. Compatible with CFL, incandescent or tungsten bulbs.
Works with light loads of up to W at V AC and appliances of up to W at V AC.

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Product Description

The SkylinkHome WE Lighting Receiver In-Wall On/ Off, Relay or Dimmer Switch is an in-wall replacement/ upgrade to your current wall light switch. Add an unlimited number of transmitters to this receiver starting with the TM The TM is a snap on wireless remote was strategically designed for cohesion with the WE or consider adding a snap-on decorative cover, Model TM (sold separately) on the opening of the Wall Switch receiver for a finished stylish look. Note: This wall switch is not compatible with LED lights.

Advance and upgrade your Skylink Wireless HomeControl System by adding the SkylinkNet Internet hub (Model HU or SkylinkNet Starter Kits SK, SK, SK) to control lighting, small appliances and home electronics from your Smartphone anywhere in the world with the SkylinkNet App. Lifetime Support, Call: , Email: [email&#;protected]
Easy DIY (Do It Yourself) installation without the need of a neutral wire. Simply replaces existing switch.
Simply replaces your existing wall swith. Compatible with CFL, incandescent or tungsten bulbs.
Works with light loads of up to W at V AC and appliances of up to W at V AC.
For a more stylish look, add a snap on decorative cover, TM, or add a snap on remote, TM to control the lights from your fingertips (cover/remotes sold separately)
Up to feet operating range in open area.

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1 year warranty.

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SkylinkHome WE ON/OFF Wall Light Switch

QUESTION: will it work with CFL fluorescent light bulb? will it work with a ceiling fan with fjuorescent lamp? Will it work on VAC? by Conrado M 11/19/

ANSWER: Im currently using zwave now. But to answer your question. I had this switch replace a light switch wired to a fan with florescent bulbs and it worked just fine to turn everything on and off. If you plan on trying to to controll fan seperate from the light wirelessly, be prepaired to wire two switches and run additional wire to the fan. by J O a

ANSWER: Conrado, I use mine with fluorescent tube fixtures, and it works great. I haven't tried it with CFLs, but since it works with tubes, I would think it would work with CFLs as well. As for the ceiling fan, I would be careful about that. It should work the lights, but I'm not sure it will operate with a motor. And as for VACI live in the US, so yes, it works fine at that voltage. Hope this helps. by W A a

ANSWER: VAC OK don't know other, I used it on an outdoor halogen OK by R E a

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Wall Switch

1. INTRODUCTION

Thank you for your purchase of a SkylinkHome receiver, Wall Switch,

Model WE Simply replace your existing wall switch with this Wall

Switch, you can then wirelessly turn on and off

TM

etc

with a SkylinkHome

transmitter.

The Wall Switch WE can communicate with up to 8 transmitters, so

user has the option to add more transmitters to the system, such as more

remote controls, or motion sensors etc.

All wireless signal communications within the

based on rolling code technology to ensure highest security is used.

The following items are included in this package:

- Wall Switch

- Wire nuts

-

User's Instructions

Setup of the Wall Switch is simple. Simply replace your existing wall switch

by the Wall Switch.

CAUTION

Installation is required and enclosed instructions must be followed

carefully to all steps and notes. If you are uncertain or uncomfortable

performing this installation, please consult a qualified electrician.

This manual should also be retained for future reference.

1. Turn off power to the circuit that you plan on installing the Wall Switch

to at the circuit breaker.

WARNING

Failure to turn off power at the circuit breaker can result in electrical

shock causing severe or fatal injury.

Note:

The Wall Switch is designed to operate maximum load of W at

VAC.

2. Follow the diagrams below to install the Wall Switch with the 2 wires:

Live, Load. Use the provided wire nuts to connect these wires

respectively to the existing wires from the wall : Load(Red) to load and

Live(Black) to live.

3. After all the wires are connected, ensure that all of the wire connectors

are attached securely and there should be no exposed copper wiring.

Secure the Wall Switch with the provided screws.

4. Turn the circuit breaker back on.

5. The

status of the load connected

installed and you can begin programming to learn transmitters into the

Wall Switch.

Red

Black

Grey Antenna

Do not cut the antenna!

Note:

Antenna ( grey wire) -- Do not cut it, keep it as straight as possible.

Put the antenna directly into the dry wall or through a hole of the

metal box into the dry wall to get more control distance with a remote.

3. PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS (TC SERIES) / SENSORS

In order to operate the

Wall Switch

must be programmed to the

Wall Switch

by up to 8 different transmitters (or 8 different command signals).

Model WE

TM

lights or appliances,

TM

SkylinkHome

Wall Switch

WE

Wire nuts

2. SETUP

The two blue LEDs will be on.

will be off. The Wall Switch is now

Switch Button

Load

Live

Blue

LED

remotely with a transmitter or sensor, it

. Each module can be operated

3. PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS (TC SERIES) / SENSORS (CONT)

There are 2 operating modes with the

1) Switch Mode - When a valid signal is received, it will turn on or off the

load

2) Countdown Timer Mode - When a valid signal is received, the load will

be on for a specific period of time, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 15 minutes,

30 minutes, or 60 minutes. This is mainly for energy saving.

You can program multiple transmitters / sensors to the module and

different transmitter / sensor can activate a different mode.

System are

To program a TC series transmitter into the Wall Switch

Mode

, follow the instructions below:

1. Wall Switch must be installed and powered properly.

button on the Wall Switch.

2 blue LEDs are off.

2. Press and hold the "SET" button for about 3 seconds, until the upper

blue LED flashes.

3. You may now release the "SET" button. The blue LED will continue to

flash quickly for about 15 seconds.

Operating Mode

Switch

Countdown Timer

4. Within 15 seconds, follow steps A) to C).

A. Press the PROG button on the back of the

TC transmitter.

B. Press the button on the TC transmitter that

you would like to program into the module.

C. Once the transmitter is programmed, the

two blue LEDs

quickly then stop flashing, indicating you

have successfully programmed the trans-

mitter to the module. Now the programmed

transmitter

Switch Mode

To program a TC series transmitter into the Wall Switch under

Countdown Timer Mode, follow the instructions below:

1. Wall Switch must be installed and powered properly. Push the square

button on the Wall Switch. The connected load should be on, and the

2 blue LEDs are off.

2. Press and hold the "SET" button for about 9 seconds, until the upper

blue LED is steadily on.

3. You may now release the "SET" button. The blue LED will continue to

be on for about 15 seconds.

4. Within 15 seconds, follow steps A to C.

A. Press the PROG button on the back of the TC transmitter.

B. Press the button on the TC transmitter that you would like to

program .

C. Once the transmitter is programmed, the two blue LEDs on the

Wall Switch flash quickly then stop flashing, indicating you have

successfully programmed the transmitter to the module. Now the

programmed transmitter button is ready to be used for Countdown

Timer Mode.

Note: To program other transmitters/sensors, please refer to the

instructions of those transmitters/ sensors and the above instructions.

Note: You must complete the programming sequence within the

second interval, otherwise, the Wall Switch will quit from programming

mode and you need to start again from step 1 if the blue LED is off.

SET

Button

As mentioned, the timer can be set to the following durations, 1 minute,

5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or 60 minutes.

This timer duration is used for Countdown Timer Operating Mode.

1. Wall Switch must be installed and powered properly. The connected

load should be off, and the 2 blue LEDs are on. The load must be off in

order to set the timer duration.

2. Press and hold the SET button for 3 seconds, the lower blue LED

flashes once. The number of flashes indicates the timer duration:

Wall Switch

The connected load should be on, and the

Upper LED Indication

Flashes quickly

Steadily On

LED on the

Wall Switch

flash

button is ready to be used for

.

4. SET TIMER DURATION

:

under Switch

Push the square

"PROG" button

TC

Press the

desired

button

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