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    Automated Home Sr Member wywywywy's Avatar
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    Kevin Lo (the guy who posted above, correcting the origin of the switches) is the actual seller I think.

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    That's Correct
    Cheers

    Dan

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    Default Re: Double x10 light switches

    i ordered and have recieved the switch that has been suggested. It arrived today and i have relised it will not work for my situation as i need single pole double throw switches so that the lights can be controlled from upstairs and downstairs. Please correct me if i am wrong.

    Thanks for the help so far

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    Default Re: Double x10 light switches

    I've wondered about that in the past. Would replacing one of the switches with something like a SS13 or RW10 and then using the Double X10 light switch work. It does mean you'll have to keep an eye on the batteries and it will need a TM13 but should get you what you're after but I'm not hot enough on lighting wiring to be sure if that would work or not.
    No, not the magic smoke escaping again.....

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    I scan the switch catalog , please goto below web site.

    http://x10-hk.com/store/article_info.php?articles_id=8

    http://x10-hk.com/store/article_info.php?articles_id=9

    http://x10-hk.com/store/article_info.php?articles_id=10

    http://x10-hk.com/store/article_info.php?articles_id=11

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    Kevin Lo
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    http://x10-hk.com/store/
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    Kevin Lo
    New X10 Product for 220V Countries !
    http://www.automation-at-home.com
    http://x10-hk.com/store/
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    Automated Home Sr Member wywywywy's Avatar
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    So do you actually sell all the colours now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wywywywy
    So do you actually sell all the colours now?
    Not yet , just place order today , each color have 10 set.
    And those color wall switch should arrive on 18/1/2006 , I will try to install in my home and take some photo for sharing.

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    Default Re: Double x10 light switches

    I am having a bit of difficulty imaging how these micro light switches operate. I don't believe they use push switches but use standard switches instead, if so do you only have x10 control once the light is switched on or can you control it independently, if independently what happens when yo switch teh light switch 'on'?

    Steve

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    Default Re: Double x10 light switches

    I'm looking for a double gang x10 switch - ie one that has an L1 and L2 connection, in addition to common live. the kind that you can put at the bottom of the stairs and turn on independantly of the status of the one at the top of the stairs.

    Does a 2 wire switch do this - or should I stick to socket rockets for ease?

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