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Insteon

Model 2334-222

Internet #204388149

8 Button Dimmer Keypad - White

$64.93 /each

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Replace an existing light switch with Keypad Dimmer to remotely control lights and appliances from a single wall switch location, all without running new wires. The Keypad Dimmer has a built-in 600-Watt dimmer that is controlled by the top left button. The 7 other buttons can be linked wirelessly to control other lights or appliances in other parts of the house. All buttons feature backlit status LED's so you can see at a glance which lights have been left on (or off). Imagine turning your master bedroom light switch into a control station where, as you are going to bed, you can see that the kids left their bathroom light on and turn it off, check the status of the garage door, dim down the lamps on either side of your bed or create an "Goodnight" scene that turns off lights throughout your home.

  • 2 products in 1: 8 button controller and 600-Watt dimmer
  • Monitor and control 8 different devices or sets of devices
  • Create whole-house lighting scenes in minutes
  • See at a glance the status of lights

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April 27, 2015
I have this system in my house, but i don't have any of the information from when the previous owner bought it... My power went out last week, and now none of the buttons work like they used to. how can i get tech support or reset the system so i can get my lights to work again?
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There have been a few different models of the keypadlinc 8, the latest one is programmed as per last answer by putting in THREE signals of the intended switch it will control. .The prior insteon model needed two buttons pushed, all the lights will blink, you push the one you wish to assign an address with one on signal and one off.
The older ones were X10 and did lose there address during a power break
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There have been a few different models of the keypadlinc 8, the latest one is programmed as per last answer by putting in THREE signals of the intended switch it will control. .The prior insteon model needed two buttons pushed, all the lights will blink, you push the one you wish to assign an address with one on signal and one off.
The older ones were X10 and did lose there address during a power break of even just a few seconds, I can't remember the programming for these as it was a while ago I swapped mine.
Pull it out of the wall (leave connected) and get the model number, search that model number with "how to program".
You will need to pull out a switch that you know it controls, preferably the first one and read the little dials on the back to give you a code and a number, with luck they will be one house code and 1 - 8 Read Less
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There are two ways to program it. If you have an insteon controller, you enter the unit's address and the address of the unit you wish to control. (If you remove the unit, it will have an address code on the inside. This is the address to the switch itself. You'll then need the address of the light that it controls.) Enter them into the controller software, and "link" them.
You can do it without the Read More
There are two ways to program it. If you have an insteon controller, you enter the unit's address and the address of the unit you wish to control. (If you remove the unit, it will have an address code on the inside. This is the address to the switch itself. You'll then need the address of the light that it controls.) Enter them into the controller software, and "link" them.
You can do it without the software, too. If you push the button on the controller for a few seconds, it will beep, and the button will blink. It's now in link mode. Go to the switch you want to control, and do the same. Both will beep. The units are linked. Repeat for each button.
The manual for the switch is available at smarthome.com Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great controller to start your system! We bought this with the hub, not sure if that was needed or not, and a few switches. You can program manually, but the PC software makes it drag and drop. Insteon has a ton of videos on (popular video site) and other users also post them, so watch them and learn. We now have 4 outside lights controlled from our main entry door. No more running around the house to turn them on. With the hub and PC software we have timers to turn it on at dark (dusk and dawn) for a short duration or as needed. Nothing better than coming home to a brightly lit house after a long day at work. We will gladly be investing in more switches and sensors. December 24, 2013
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