Installing CommandKit Wireless Smart Wall Switch - 3 Way

This section will walk you through installing two CommandKit Wireless Smart Wall Switched. This will allow you to sync the switches together so you can use any of the two switches to turn one light on or off.

 

  1. Find your breaker box and turn off the circuit breaker connected to this switch.

 

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  1. Remove the wall plate from your existing switches

 

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  1. Remove the switches from the wall

 

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  1. Be sure to identify the “Power In” and “Out to Light”. This is needed when you connect the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch.

 

  1. Disconnect wires from the primary switch (this is the switch that is connected to the power in) as shown below:

Note: your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch requires a neutral wire. Please consult an electrician if you don’t have the neutral wire in the junction box.

 

 

  1. Remove the load, line, common, and ground wires from your switches or wire nuts.

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 Wiring your Primary CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch

TIP:

To ensure proper connection, first twist wires together. Then push the wire nut over the two wires as you twist it clockwise two-three times. Ensure the wire nut completely covers the exposed part of the wires.

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  1. Using the provided wire nuts, connect the ground (green or copper) wire from your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to the ground (green or copper) wire from the junction box.
  2. Using the provided wire nuts, connect the black wire form the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to the line wires. Be sure to include all the black wires that were connected.
  3. Using the included wire nuts, connect the white wire from the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to neural (white) wires in the junction box. Be sure to include all the white wires that were connected.
  4. Using the remaining wire nuts, cap off the remaining red wires. These do not need to be connected to anything.

 

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Disconnect wires from the main switch (this is the switch that is connected to the power-in) as shown below:

 

Note: your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch requires a neutral wire. Please consult an electrician if you don’t have the neutral wire in the junction box.

 

  1. Remove the load, line, common, and ground wires from your switches or wire nuts.

  

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  1. Wiring your secondary CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch

 

  1. Using the provided wire nuts, connect the ground (green or copper) wire from your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to the ground (green or copper) wire from the junction box.
  2. Using the provided wire nuts, connect the black wire form the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to the black wire from the traveler cable.
  3. Using the included wire nuts, connect the white wire from the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to neural (white) wires in the junction box. Be sure to include all the white wires that were connected.
  4. Using the included wire nuts, connect the red wire from the CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch to the line wire (usually black) that is going to the lights.

 

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  1. Rearrange all the wires safely into the junction box. Ensure that there are no exposed wires. Mount your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch using the existing screw holes and screws. Snap the included wall plate over your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch
  2. Turn the circuit breaker back on
  3. Hold he power button for 3 seconds, a blue light on your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch will begin to flash after a few seconds. Your CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switch is now ready to pair.

 

 

Pairing your CommandKit Wireless Smart Wall Switches

  1. Download the Incipio CommandKit App
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions for the initial app setup
  3. Tap the + in the top right-hand corner of the accessory screen

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  1. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process
  2. Repeat for secondary switch

 

 

12. Synchronizing your two CommandKit Smart Wireless Wall Switches

Now you can synchronize your primary and secondary. This will allow you to use any of the two switches to control the lights.

  1. On the primary old down the power and up button together for three seconds. The top red lights will appear.



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  1. Repeat the previous step on the secondary switch, the red lights will flash. Your switches are now in sync.
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