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Paddle™ Switch, 20A, 4-Way, White
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General Info
Color: White
Product Series: adorne Paddle Switch
Number Of Poles: 4-Way
Style: Paddle
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
UL Standard: Yes
Depth (US): 1.72"
Height (US): 1.77"
Length (US): 1.77"
Width (US): 1.77"
Technical Information
Amps: 20A
Volts: 120
4 Way
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 way paddle switch-Time to update? I presently have mostly sofTap Adorne switches (soft touch), several push switches due to old wiring as well as multiple wi-fi sofTap switches. I do have 2 4-way switches which are unfortunately paddle switches. I have asked repeated for this to be updated to either a 4-way push switch or sofTap switch which would then be matching all of the other switches that I have. I have called to Legrand but so far no one knows if and when this will be remedied. Maybe this review will help speed this along. The paddle switch is effective and works but it does not fit in with the rest of the decor. It is time for Legrand to correct this cosmetic issue!
Date published: 2019-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely The 4-way switch, which only comes in the 20A version, looks as beautiful and as streamlined as the other Adorne paddle switches. I found that the rocker motion was a bit stiffer than the standard 3-way 15A paddle switches. I should have consulted my electrician before purchasing since I did not understand what equipment was required for a light circuit with 3 switches (two switches with 2 or 3 poles and one with 4 poles). A per the instructions, a deep junction box is helpful if not required for installation. This product was near impossible to find in stores.
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Aweomse Switch Love this switch, very high quality and great construction. A great way to make a boring switch a focus point. This color is a great match for darker walls.
Date published: 2019-12-18
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My set up in a 3 storey stairwell : 1 light 1 switch 1st floor, 2 lights 2 switches 2nd floor, and 1 light 1 switch 3rd floor. Any switch can operate all the lights. My current switches are 15a. Which of your switches can accommodate my set up?

Asked by: Gussmithy
I have a similar setup in my home. You need (1) 4-way switch and (2) single pole/3-way switches for this light circuit. Legrand only offers the 4-way switch as a 20A paddle switch. It is OK to install 20A switches on a 15A circuit. I recommend deep junction boxes since the Adorne switches take up more space in the junction box than old-fashioned switches. It may not be possible to fit the wiring into a standard depth junction box. I found that the rocker motion was a bit stiffer than the standard 3-way 15A paddle switches, but I got used to it.
Answered by: J.W.
Date published: 2020-06-02

I have a light that is controlled by two switches, that are located on different sides of the room. I thought what I needed was a two-way switch, but all I am seeing available is this four-way. Will that work?

Asked by: ekirby
You can have your electrician wire the 4-way in a moderately special way, so it would work.  Basically, the 2-way just comes out of the box for what you need.  I’d honestly just try and get the 2-way, to be on the safe side.
Answered by: Hendog
Date published: 2020-04-07

I installed a 4way switch in the middle of two 3 ways and am having issues. When I use the 4 way switch to turn on and off the lights. The three ways dont work. I installed per diagram. Thanks

Asked by: BPGOTCHA
Without seeing how it is wired, it's difficult to say what is wrong. Double check that wires from one 3-way switch go to "IN" and the wires from the other 3-way got to "OUT". The IN's and OUT's are hard to see. On top, IN on left and OUT on right. On bottom it is OUT on left and IN on right. So wires from one switch go Top Left and Bottom right and the other top right and bottom left.
Answered by: 02ebz06
Date published: 2020-02-06

where my line starts i have an 3 way adorne paddle with dimmer . then there is a an adorne 4 way paddle , then it goes to another 3 way adorne paddle then to lights.. is there a diagram thats shows the correct wiring for this

Asked by: mark36
The wiring diagram for a 4way application is attached.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-11-12

I've wired up a good portion of my house using Whisper switches, and just realized I need a 4 way switch in one spot. Do you make/sell a Whisper 4 way? Or will I need to have this one switch look different?

Asked by: Dave
Adorne only has the standard 4way switch in the Paddle style. If you want to use all Whisper, you could use one master Whisper switch(ASWR155RMW1) with two remote switches(ASWRRRW1) to complete your 4way. The wiring would be as follows: Master: Hot - power wire from breaker Load - wire to light White - Neutral connection Remote(s): Hot - power from breaker White - neutral connection
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-11-05

Into which terminals do I insert the 2 wires for the indicator light in a 4 way switch?

Asked by: Goshen72
To connect the Locator Status Light on a 4Way Paddle switch: Connect both leads to either IN or both leads to OUT terminals as shown in diagram.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2019-05-31

I have a light controlled by 3 switches.  I want that light to have a dimmer from ONE of those switches. What combination of Adorne products will let met 1) Turn the light on and off from 3 locations 2) Dim the light from ONE of those 3 locations

Asked by: Double D
I would use our Tru universal dimmer model ADTP703TU. Then You can pair this with a 4 way switch model ASP2042 and a 3 way switch model ASPD1532
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2018-10-29

How many 4-way switches do I require for a 4 way wired light? 

Asked by: Rick713
Good Morning, You will need one 4-way switch. The other two switches will be 3-way switches. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Tech Support
Date published: 2019-11-07
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