Revolutionary, patent-pending design – QuickFit and SimpleWire technologies offer groundbreaking home automation features. Unique advancements make the smart controls easier to install and more reliable than ever.
QuickFit – Improved components reduced the housing depth by up to 20% compared to previous models and eliminated the need for heat tabs. QuickFit enhancements are the ideal solution for older-style switch boxes, multi-gang configurations or any other application with limited space.
SimpleWire – Dual ground ports, which are offset to avoid switch box mounting screws, support daisy-chaining in multi-switch setups.
Light-commercial capable – Supports 120VAC and 277VAC for universal use in a variety of systems. The switch is suitable for use in common home 120VAC or light-commercial 277VAC applications without additional equipment.
Multi-switch operation – The switch is not a standalone device. It must be used with a smart control for home automation. The smart switch or dimmer and as many as four add-on switches can be linked for operation from up to 5 locations.
Switch upgrade – Easily replace any in-wall control in a multi-switch configuration to remotely turn ON/OFF and set programs for a wide range of fixtures.
LED, CFL, incandescent and halogen – To retain the full benefit of LED, CFL, incandescent and halogen lights, the device supports all types of light sources.
Changeable paddles – The switch features a removable white rocker-style paddle. Black, brown, ivory and light almond options are also available.
Versatile compatibility – Partner the add-on switch with any smart switch, dimmer or fan control from UltraPro, GE, Jasco, Enbrighten and Honeywell. The add-on switch functions the same as the primary switch.
Enhance your control with the UltraPro Add-on Switch with QuickFit™ and SimpleWire™. When paired with a smart switch, dimmer or fan control, the hardwired device completes multi-switch systems. It works seamlessly with smart devices from UltraPro, GE, Jasco, Enbrighten and Honeywell. Wirelessly operate and schedule indoor or outdoor fixtures from up to five locations for effortless management of your home.
HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOLS AND LANGUAGES 101: AN INTRODUCTION
In this smart home guide, you'll discover:
Find out more about automation and how it can add value to the home.
Discover the differences between Z-Wave, Zigbee, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Learn how to make the right selection for your building needs.