Okay, I’m looking to add some switches to my setup, but I need help identifying what switch I want. A few months back I ordered a bunch of switches, on of which was a dimmer switch that could be used as a single pole or in a three-way setup. It DID require a neutral wire and therefore should be compatible with dimmible CFLs (maybe) and LEDs (probably). But I can’t find the product number for this unit now. I didn’t save the packaging and my eBay auctions have expired so I can’t look back at them to figure out what I bought. I looked at the back of it last night and the model number says: ZW3002-WCS, which one company I’m working with to try and get some switches is telling me is the GE/Jasoc 45612, but I’m positive this is incorrect info because my switch has a neutral wire on it and the 45612 does not have a neutral.
What I’ve been able to determine on GE/Jasco items:
45600 = Remote, Basic
45601 = Remote with LED display
45602 = Plug in lamp module w/Dimming
45603 = Plug in appliance module On/Off only
45604 = Plug in appliance module On/Off only, outdoor rated
45605 = In wall outlet socket
45606 = In wall Dimmer, No neutral required, can NOT be used in a 3way setup.
45607 = ??
45608 = Advanced remote control (Zwave, Home Theatre)
45609 = In wall switch, On/Off only, requires neutral
45610 = 3way Aux switch. Requires neutral
45611 = ??
45612 = In wall switch, Dimmer, 3 way possible, No neutral required (AUX still requires neutral)
45613 = Kit, 3way dimmer -> Contains one master switch (not sure of which model) and one Aux switch (45610)
45614 = Kit, 3way, on/off -> Contains one master switch (45609) and one Aux switch (45610)
45631 = In wall keypad controller
What I have that I can’t identify is an in wall switch, dimmer, 3-way capable that REQUIRES a neutral, which doesn’t fit any of the known options here. I found one site that refers to the switch I have as the 45607, which fits as that is one product that I haven’t identified. But that’s the only site. I can’t find 45607 listed anywhere else. Here’s the site:
The picture they show of the dimmer switch hanging out about a third of the way down is what my switch looks like.
Can any one help? Can you confirm for sure what my switch is?