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Offline Wickemu

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Can the GE Receptacle (45605) be load-sensing?
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:16:28 pm »
I'm big on the wireless control/automation, but my wife just wants to make sure that she can still do the good old-fashioned switch on the lamp to control everything.

I've read that GE's lamp modules have an unadvertised ability to turn on load sensing (off by default, turned on with a parameter change).  However, I have not read that about GE's socket product and am very curious if it is.  It would be quite excellent to be able to install these for lamps instead of needing a bulky module to stick out of the wall!

Offline PurdueGuy

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Re: Can the GE Receptacle (45605) be load-sensing?
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2012, 01:59:42 pm »
I do not think the GE receptacles have this, although I can't confirm it right now.

The (expensive) Leviton receptacles VRR15 do have it.
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