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Touch™ Wi-Fi Ready Master Switch, White
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General Info
Color: White
Product Series: adorne Touch Switch
Number Of Poles: 3-Way
Special Features: Works with Google/Alexa
Style: Touch
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
cULus: Yes
FCC Standard: Yes
UL Listing No: UL 508
UL Standard: Yes
UN SPSC: 39121107
Depth (US): 1.63"
Height (US): 1.77"
Length (US): 2.66"
Width (US): 1.77"
Product Weight (US): 0.25 pounds
Technical Information
AC Voltage Output: 120VAC
Amps: 15A
Frequency: 900 MHz (RF)
Humidity: 0-80% relative humidity, noncondensing
Load: All
Material: FR4(PCB)
Mounting: USA Electrical Wiring Box / adorne Mounting Plate
Operating Temperature (Celsius): 0°C to 50°C
Storage Temperature: 32°F to 122°F
Volts: 120
Watts: Incandescent, Non-Dimmable fluorescent, CFL, Integral Dimmer Fixtures 1800W max / Motors 1/4 HP

Works With Amazon Alexa

Works With The Google Assistant

Whole HouseIncandescent/HalogenUl listed logo



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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as premium as the price suggests, still cool Cons: Looks great in a single switch installation, but for the money I expect perfection. The LEDs are not a consistent brightness with the standard and remote and touch switches. Even some of my other master touch switches are different brightness. This is really noticeable in my 5-gang box. The installed height is not flush with the standard touch switches (just 1-2 mm, but again: price). The WiFi integration is getting better, but could still use some work and needs to be re-setup once every few months. I have had to completely un-pair everything every time I decide to add another switch. Ordering from this website is a pain... apparently I am the only one that has a different mailing & billing address (they will call to confirm). Playing the email mailing list for coupon codes is annoying... Pros: Looks awesome, controlling with Google Assistant (Google Home or Android phone) is very convenient when it works. But the biggest thing is the ability to create "virtual circuits". Two lighting circuits in different locations can now be controlled with one switch, or an existing single switch can become a 3-way with the remote switches. For example: I have one switch controlling exterior lighting on my house and a detached garage that previously required going to the garage to turn on (the garage is about 50' from the switch and even on a separate electric service!). Overall, this product allows very impressive circuiting options without re-wiring your entire house.
Date published: 2018-04-04
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Do you NEED the adorne hub to work with Google Home and Alexa or even work wirelessly at all or can you use any smart hub?

Asked by: Notorious D.I.Y
You will need the LC7001 hub to use the devices through the Legrand APP, Google Home, and Alexa.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-09

What are the steps one need to follow to add a this light switch to the adorne hub?

Asked by: Grom007
All of your devices need to be on the same House ID to be picked up by the hub. Here is the link to the "how to" video showing the binding process:
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-09

Bother the master and slave switch have an LED light in them to identify when the light is on or off. When they are paired up together and one is pushed, will that turn the LED light on the other on so that they are both on and lit?

Asked by: Notorious D.I.Y
Yes, both LED indicator lights on the master and remote should be lit the same(Lit when off and not lit when on).
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-03-04

So the maximum distance the wifi switch and remote can communicate is around 10 to 12 feet line of sight and 15 feet diagonally without having to add a wifi repeater. This setup is in my front entryway hall with the switch and remote 14 apart.

Asked by: Eweneek1
The RF Lighting Control devices offer a default range of 100 ft. between devices. Using a MRR2-G repeater extends this range by 100 ft. and the system supports up to two repeaters for a maximum range of 300 ft. between devices.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-01-16

What's the maximum distance allowed between a wifi switch and a wifi remote switch? Mine would be about 55 feet apart with the hub in the middle of that distance. Trying to control a wireless outlet not working correctly paired to a wireless dimmer.

Asked by: Eweneek1
The RFCL range on the adorne wi-fi devices is 100 sq ft and we also have repeaters(MRR2G - 2 max) that can be added to expand the signal up too 300 sq ft.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-09

How long is the delay between the master and slave switch? I assume this doesn't work if the Wi-Fi goes down?

Asked by: Notorious D.I.Y
They should not be any response delay between masters and remotes. They communicate with each other using radio frequency so they will continue to work if wi-fi is not present. Wi-Fi is only needed when using the APP to control the devices.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-09

The Adorne Touch Wi Fi switch. I was wondering what the difference is between the remote & master options? I see you have the 2 options.

Asked by: Ou71aw
The master switch has a connection to the light being controlled. The remote acts as a slave switch to the master and communicates via radio signal to the master. The remote has no wires connecting it to the load or the master switch.
Answered by: Legrand Techincal Support
Date published: 2020-08-09
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