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Single pole switch

A single pole switch is used to operate instead one light fixture or device from one. It has a touch sensor is connected with two control wires (Phase Zero). Take for example the switch in the toilet.

Single-pole switch














series switch

A series switch is used in one place or two bright spots

control devices. This switch can be recognized by its multiple touch sensors and is connected by three wires. Take for example the living room where two lamps operate on a single switch are.




Exchange switch

A toggle switch is used to operate at two places a light fixture. The switch has a touch sensor and is connected by means of two cables. Unlike normal way switches the touch toggle switch does not need two zero cables.



Sync Toggle Switches:












Exchange-way switch

A switch-changeover switch is used to control two light sources from two places. The switch has two Touch sensors and is connected by means of cables 2 to 3, depending on which switch comprises the phase wire. The touch Exchange-way switch is connected differently than normal exchange-way switches (see illustration).

















A dimmer is used for dimming one or more light sources. The dimmer operates through holding the Touch button and dims continuously. He looks the same as the other switches and is connected in the same way.


Video how to set the dimming:






Remote Setting Dimmer:






Touch Remote Set your switches with remote function:




Set shutter switch.

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