These three No Touch Switches control two kitchen lights and the low voltage LED lights over the counter.
There are two No Touch Switches in this bathroom. One has turned the light on but the other, the bathroom fan, is off. You can tell because its yellow LED is on.
The fan has been optioned for 30 minutes auto off.
One No Touch Switch controls the fan and the other controls the LED lights for the shower.
Both are optioned for 30 minute auto off.
This NTS is next to the bedroom door.
This NTS is between the bookshelf and the door.
One switch controls the dinning room chandelier. The switch on the right is a MULTIWAY and works with another MULTIWAY in the basement to control the stair lights to the right.
The switch on the right is the another MULTIWAY that controls the basement stairs by working with the first MULTIWAY by the dinning room.
The left switch controls the basement lights.
Both are on.
By The Front Door
Three No Touch Switches in a row.
The right switch controls the porch light.
The middle switch controls the light directly above.
The left switch controls an outlet that happened to have an LED lamp plugged into it.
By The Garage Door
Lean towards the No Touch Switch and your arm can turn the garage light on as you walk by.
This switch controls the outside veranda light.
The Laundry Room
This is one of the first No Touch Switches manufactured. It controls two, four foot florescent tubes and a Compact Florescent Bulb (CFL). It has been in continuous service since 2015.