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GE 1-Switch Low Voltage 5000 Replacement Unit - 1 ON/OFF Pair

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Replace your vintage 1-switch GE low voltage switchplate unit with a Touch-Plate two-button control unit for an attractive update. This unit is designed with one pair of buttons that corresponds to the two directions on GE 50's style mini rockers or 70's style square pushbutton switches - one button/one direction was ON, the other button/direction was OFF. This pair of replacement buttons are situated next to each other and are generally installed with the ON button on the left and the OFF button on the right. Choose from white, almond, or ivory for a reliable solution when maintaining or updating an existing low voltage set-up in a home with a GE, Bryant, Remcon or Sierra 3-wire lighting system.


  • one button turns lights ON; the other button turns lights OFF
  • this 2-button unit is an alternative solution to replace a unit with one GE low voltage switch
  • replace one RS237, RS232, RS239, RTS6, RFS, etc. switches in 3-wire low voltage GE, Bryant, Remcon and Sierra systems
  • 2 wire low voltage system; dry contact
  • 22 AWG wire leads
  • 4 amp @ 28 volts switch contact rating
  • 2 momentary contact switches
  • free 3 wire to 2 wire GE to Touch Plate conversion guide included
  • durable plastic switch plate is 4-1/2" H x 2-3/4", overall station depth is 13/16" from front face to back of button
  • one 1-1/8" x 5/8" horizontal push button switch
  • screw holes spaced 3-9/32" apart in bracket
  • two 1" mounting screws included
  • American made

Click Low Voltage Lighting Replacement Parts for relays and more switch options.

Q & A

Will this 2-button unit fit the box where my current 1-button GE switch plate unit is now?
Yes, this unit fits a the same size 1-gang box or 1-gang low voltage mounting ring that the old switch was mounted in.

How do the wires connect?
The wires on the switches can be connected using wire nuts to connect to the wires in the wall.

Why are there only two wires on each button for a total of four wires?
Because the ON and OFF buttons are separate, you will connect all four wires as such: one yellow wire connects to the red/ON in the wall, one yellow wire connects to the black/OFF wire in the wall, and the two white commons are wired together with the common wire in the wall.

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