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littlespark

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What’s a good brand of kinetic type switches?

Do they come IP rated, as existing switches and sockets are Masterseal type.

Where to get them? Regular wholesalers, screwfix, Amazon?

Long shed, 34m x 6m. 3 double doors along long wall, existing 2 gang 2 way at each end door controlling 6 twin fluorescents, 3 in each half on each 2 way circuit.
New plan is to use the middle door more often, as it’s been widened, and a smaller door on the opposite wall, central, that goes through a kitchen room to outside door. This entry will also be used more often.

I could rewire to add intermediates, but looks easier to just add receivers and kinetic switches at all doors.
 
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Kinetic switches, best on market?

littlespark

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should be fine with fluorescents..... It's just a switch.... As long as receiver uses a neutral...
Not like a no-neutral smart switch that needs a filament lamp to work.
 

Dustydazzler

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Fitted my first Wuinetic switch yesterday , imo they will change the way I would rewire a house now ...

absolute simplicity at it’s best
 

pirate

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I agree with Tel on this. TLC are your place to shop, and they have all the specs on the range. Some new stuff added very recently too.
 

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