which they claim:
- Installs just like a regular light switch ? no neutral wires are needed! * Ideal for older homes that don't have a neutral wire in the electrical box * Totally adjustable dim level and fade on/off speed * Responds to preset dim X10 commands * Use with 3-way or greater circuits with the addition of multi-way companion switches
I thought for an X-10 receiving device to be "listening" it had to have current trickled through it and that required a neutral connection. They say the status LED will not light if there is no neutral connection. If I read the diagrams correctly they don't need a neutral, but they do need a ground. How likely is it if electricians didn't run neutral to the box that they DID run a ground wire?
-- Bobby G.