Chamberlain WSLCEV Remote Light Switch

Chamberlain WSLCEV Remote Light Switch
Item# WSLCEV
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Chamberlain WSLCEV Remote Light Switch
Chamberlain WSLCEV Remote Light Switch
Product Description

Control home or garage lighting and garage doors from a distance with the Chamberlain WSLCEV remote light switch from North Shore Commercial Door. Simply replace any single pole light switch with the remote lighting switch. This allows your lights to be controlled with any MyQ-compatible remote, including the mini remote that's included with your purchase of the Chamberlain remote light switch. The MyQ-compatible mini remote that's included with your purchase will also operate any MyQ-compatible Chamberlain garage door opener made in 1993 or later. Contact our in-house expert staff with any compatibility or installation questions involving this Chamberlain remote light switch model WSLCEV.

Product Highlights:

  • Item # WSLCEV
  • Control home or garage lights from a distance
  • Mini MyQ-compatible remote with batteries is included
  • Operate with included remote or other MyQ-compatible remote
  • Mini remote also operates Chamberlain garage door openers 1993 or later
  • To operate, replace any single pole light switch with this unit
  • CFL/LED Ready, 300W Max
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COMMENT: A remote control light switch for a shed. Brilliant. by Pam R 4/15/2015
QUESTION: can the switch be use in direct weather or outside? by Tommy P 6/30/2016
QUESTION: will this work on my assurelink gateway. I already have a Craftsman Assurelink system? by radesh j 10/28/2014
STAFF ANSWER: yes this will work with the Assurelink Gateway. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have one 277 volt light controlled by a single pole switch...will the WSLCEV work with 277 volts? Thanks by None N 6/2/2014
STAFF ANSWER: The light switch has a 300watt rating. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: will the wslcev work with 4'fluorescent lights? by None N 5/25/2014
STAFF ANSWER: As long as you are replacing and existing switch. And also be sure that the energy consumption does not exceed the 300 Watt max of the WSCLEV Light switch by Matthew O a