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Touch Plate 5000 Series 1 Button Low Voltage Switch Unit - Almond

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TPL-5001-ALM
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Description

Choose this stylish Touch-Plate 5001 almond remote control switch station to replace your older broken or outdated one button Touch-Plate device unit. Features a single two-wire momentary push button to operate 1 light. Replaces previous 5101, 50-1 & 50-1PL 1 button Touchplate units.

Features

  • 2 wire low voltage system (cannot be used in 3-wire systems)
  • 4 amp @ 28 volts switch contact rating
  • 1 momentary contact switch
  • if needed, add a Touch-Plate 5000 series wiring instruction diagram to your order (free with purchase)
  • durable plastic switch plate is 4-1/2" x 2-3/4"
  • 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
  • replaces 5101, 50-1 & 50-1PL 1 button Touchplate units
  • 500C1-0100A-ALM (formerly 5001-ALM) by Touch Plate, satin almond
  • buy a Touch Plate 5001 switch in 2 other colors
  • made in USA

Mix and match your Touch-Plate device styles - simply click Touch-Plate Lighting Devices to view our full selection of light switches, transverters, switch plates and more.

NOTE FOR 3-WIRE SYSTEMS: Upgrading a 3-wire system such as Remcon, GE or Bryant? This switch won't work. You must double the number of switches on those systems, so if you have a 1-switch unit, change to a 2-switch Touch-Plate.

Q & A

Q. I'm updating my Remcon switches and understand that my new Touchplate controls must have two new switches for every old Remcon one. But if that is the case, how would someone use a 1-button Touch Plate switch?
A. The 1-button Touch Plate light switches are designed for Touch Plate low voltage systems which use a 2-wire setup (and where the same button can control one light by being alternately pressed to turn the light on or off). In contrast, Remcon controls are based on a 3-wire system, so when adapting them during an upgrade, you double the number of switches you were using so that one button turns the light on and the other turns it off.

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  • A
    Anonymous Verified Buyer
    18th Aug 2020
    5
    Finally found what we needed.

    Very happy with this product--70 year old house so we were glad to find them. Our problems are fixed!!

  • J
    Jason Wade Verified Buyer
    30th Jan 2018
    5
    Fits like a charm

    We needed to replace a couple of the old 1950ish low voltage light switches in the church. This is the only place I could find them. They were a bit pricey, but they look great and went in very easily.

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