23882I ToggleLinc - X10 Companion for 3-Way Circuits, Ivory

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Add 3-, 4- or 5-Way Control to ToggleLinc Dimmers and Switches
23882I ToggleLinc - X10 Companion for 3-Way Circuits, Ivory
Overview  
  • Compatible with all ToggleLinc Dimmers and Switches
  • Easily Installed
  • Real-time dimming and brightening
Essential Info
Add one or multiple ToggleLinc Multi-Way Companions and you've got a 3- or greater "way" circuit.
What's Included
ToggleLinc Multi-Way Companion, IvoryOwner's Manual2 mounting screws5 wire nuts
More Info
True Toggle Action with Beautiful, High Quality ConstructionUnlike other X10-compatible switches, the ToggleLinc 2-Way Dimmer offers the natural feel of high-end switches: flip up to turn lights on, flip down to turn lights off. You'll also love the crisp, tactile response with each flip, instead of the mushy feeling of other brands. The ToggleLinc is designed and manufactured to ISO9002 specifications and goes through over 10 quality control tests. You'll thank yourself for choosing this premium quality product.Fully Compatible With Other Smarthome Switches/KeypadsIn addition to full compatibility with ToggleLinc Dimmers and Switches, the ToggleLinc Multi-Way Companion is compatible with all SwitchLinc Dimmers and Switches and KeypadLincs with load control, including: #2380(W/I), #2381(W/I), #23883(W/I), #2384 (W/I), #23885 (W/I), #2386(W/I), #2387(W/I), #12073W and #12074W.Night / Status LightA small, subtle green LED at the top of SwitchLinc makes it easy to find in a dark room. The LED blinks in response to X10 signals making installation and troubleshooting simple.Easy to Install and Set Up
  • Connect the black lead to your live (line) wire
  • Connect the white lead to your neutral wire
  • Connect the yellow lead (via a standard traveler) to the yellow lead on the "master" ToggleLinc.
And you're done! Furthermore, there is absolutely no programming or setup required.

Common products that may interfere with your
INSTEON or X10 system:

Televisions, stereo components, satellite and cable receivers
Computers, monitors, and accessories
Computer UPS's (Uninterruptable Power Supplies)
Power strips
Power supplies for laptops and cell phones
Fluorescent and HID lighting
Motorized devices like refrigerators, pumps, air conditioners
Low-voltage lighting that use light-weight solid-state transformers

Here is how to test if an electrical device is causing problems:

1. Unplug the device (don't just turn it off)
2. Re-try controlling the receiver module that is experiencing poor communications to determine if it is now working better.

   a. If the controlled product begins working after the electrical device is unplugged, then install a FilterLinc on that electrical device.

New Other: we have only taken out of the box for photo and to verify full functionality, tested out fine!

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