The original Touchplate Genesis series GENS1-0100A (GEN-1B) switch station in white is excellent for both residential and commercial low voltage applications. Featuring a large contact push button housed in a plastic single gang switch plate. Replaces old 1400A and 4001 one button Touch-Plate switch models.
- 2 wire low voltage system
- 1 amp at 24 volts
- 1 momentary contact switch
- 4-1/2" x 2-3/4" plastic cover plate
- 1-23/32" x 27/32" switch
- screw holes 3-9/32" apart center to center
- includes two 1-1/2" screws
- overall station depth is 13/16" from front face to back of button
- add a Genesis Installation Diagram to your order (free with purchase of Touch Plate parts)
- GENS1-0100A-WHT (GEN-1B-WHT) by Touch Plate, warm satin white
- replaces MOD 1400 series control 1400A & 4001 Touch Plate units
- made in USA
See more Touch-Plate lighting components at Touch Plate Low Voltage Devices & Plates, including 2 button and 3 button Genesis switch units.
Q. I need to replace a Remcon switch. Can I use this one-button Genesis switch?
A. No. 1-button Touch-plate switches can only be used in a Touch Plate system (a 2-wire system) where the same button can be pressed to alternately turn the light on or off. In contrast, Remcon is a 3-wire system, so in order to adapt Touchplate's switches to work in a Remcon system you have to double the number of switches you were using so that one button turns the light on and the other turns it off.
Q. Is this a 3 way low voltage switch?
A. Yes, all low voltage switches can be wired to be a 3 way. The switch is just wired in parallel to the relay it is controlling. The relay responds when receiving a signal from either switch.
Q. How do these low voltage switches work?
A. The Genesis switches are SPST (single pole, single throw) which is a momentary action. The relays do not have a NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed) position as they just hold their position until triggered by a push of the button. To control lights, you would push the button once for ON and push the button again for OFF.