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GE Low Voltage Light Switches RS232 - Ivory

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Product Description

Unlighted GE RS232 ivory low voltage light switch with two on and off buttons is an updated replacement device for original GE RFS-3, RFS-6, and RFS-9 low voltage lighting switches installed in homes during the 1950's, 1960s and 1970s. Fits in GE new style and bracket mount switch plates.


  • 3A 24 V.A.C. (volt alternating current)
  • may use as single pole or 3 way switch - see GE Switch Wiring Instructions for 3-way installations
  • one button is for on; the other for off - marked on side
  • SPDT momentary manual override switch
  • standard Class 2 control relay wiring
  • five 0.187" quick disconnect terminals included
  • fits .76" x 1.28" rectangular switch cover opening
  • outside dimensions: 1-3/8" W x 7/8" H x 1-1/8" D
  • subsurface housing (part that snaps into plate) is 1-1/8" x 3/4"
  • replaces Bryant rocker switches as well as GE RFS3, RFS6 and RFS9 rocker devices
  • slightly larger than original RFS series switches so new wall plates required
  • made in USA by General Electric
  • UL listed

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Q & A

Q. My GE original style RFS-6switch is 25V, but this replacement is 24V. Will this cause an issue?
No, it will not cause an issue. The new style replacements are only 24V. You are able to install a switch that pulls less voltage without it effecting the system. A problem would only occur if you installed a switch that pulls more voltage because it will overtax the system.

Q. My old GE switches are mounted in a strap. Do I need a new strap for these?
A. No, these new switches do not require a strap (unless using with bracket mount plates) because they will just push right into the front of the New Style Switch Plates and snap into place.

Q. Can I use these new switches with my old strap?
A. No. Do not try to install these switches in an old strap. These new switches are slightly larger than the old rocker switches and may be damaged if you try to jam them into an old strap. The buttons can become stuck because the housing will be pinching too tightly against the strap.

Q. Is this a 3 way GE low voltage push button switch?
A. Yes, any low voltage switch can be wired as a 3 way switch. You will wire the switch in parallel to the relay it is controlling. So for that reason, you could have an unlimited number of switches controlling the same light. The relay just responds when receiving a signal from the switch.

Product Reviews

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  1. Work well 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Jan 2017

    Eight gang switches we had replaced half previously and replaced remainder with these with little modification.

  2. Almost perfect 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Apr 2016

    We had to file out the end of the holes a bit for them to fit in although it didn't take much and they are working very well. *** Staff Note - these new switches should not be jammed into the old straps because they can stick and burn out your relay. New switches should be used with new plates which are designed to be large enough to accommodate these larger switches.

  3. Excellent product and service. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Mar 2015

    I have been looking for low voltages switches and plates for a while. We have a low voltage system installed in our house in Canada which is over 60 years old. The parts that I found at Kyle are exactly what I needed. Kyle fulfilled my order immediately and the parts arrived at my secondary residence in Florida in just a few days. Excellent service and the right parts! Thank you.

  4. Easy replacement 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Nov 2014

    I found changing out the old style to be a snap and will definitely be ordering more in the near future.

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