CONTROLS THAT ADAPT
TO THE WAY YOU LIVE
POWER CONTROL WHERE NEEDED
Move or add wireless switches as needed. You could put a switch down low for the “little guy” and move it later when he grows up.
A WIRELESS SWITCH ON ANY SURFACE
GoConex wireless switches mount on any surface. No holes in the walls, no boxes and no wires. Use a wireless switch on finished wood, painted drywall, brick, glass, concrete, tile, plaster or other surface.
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GoConex Receivers are installed in the electrical box and work with the Wireless Switches to turn electrical devices on and off.
CONTROLS ADAPT TO THE
WAY YOU MOVE
Imagine having a wireless light switch in your car to turn on the exterior lighting when you pull into your driveway.
Make controls convenient by keeping them close to your fingertips. Take a switch with you in your purse or keep one on your bedside table.
FREE FROM THE STRUCTURE
A wireless range of 250 feet (75 meters) lets you turn power on and off from your driveway, back yard or detached building.
CONTROLS THAT ADAPT
TO YOUR SPACE
MASTER AND ZONE SWITCHES
Match controls to the way you move and live in your space. Pair a wireless switch with more than one receiver to create a Zone Switch and control multiple rooms with a single touch.
Pair a switch with all your lighting receivers to get a Master Switch that turns all the lights in the house on and off.
BE PART OF SAVING OUR RESOURCES
Each year, 315,000 commercial buildings undergo renovation in the USA and Canada. If only 10% of those renovations adopt GoConex wire-free controls, we will save:
– 176,000 tons of copper
– 50,000 tons of steel
– 123,000 tons of plastic
– 16 million tons of CO2 equivalent gasses
by eliminating the wire and boxes consumed by traditional switches.
GoConex wireless switches conserve these precious resources for generations to come.
YOUR PROJECT CONTRIBUTES
See the resources your project will save at goconex.com/conserve.
WHEN TO USE A GOCONEX SWITCH?
• Light Switches • Ceiling Fans • Outdoor Lighting • Commercial Offices • Warehouses
• Manufacturing Facilities • Two-Way and Three-Way Switching • Farms • Garages
• Brick Wall • Concrete • Tile Backsplash • Log Home • Lath and Plaster
Now that you don’t have to run wire to the switch location and terminate into an electrical box, installation time is a lot faster.
Do you want to change where the switch is located? No problem, just take it off the wall and put it somewhere else. No more complex change orders.
Add switches and receivers wherever power control is needed. Control multiple loads by pairing a switch with more than one receiver. Create multi-way switching by pairing one receiver with up to 10 different switches.