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Micro On/Off Switch Module

Micro On/Off Switch Module


Regular price $59.95
Regular price Sale price $59.95
  • Add Insteon on/off remote control without replacing your existing switch
  • Installs behind existing latching, single momentary or dual momentary switches
  • Sense wiring retains local control at the switch
  • Can also be installed as an in-line module within a fixture box, providing remote control without having to run wires to a wall switch

Adding remote control to wired lights usually means replacing switches. Not any more. With Insteon's Micro On/Off Module, you can keep your existing antique, toggle or decorative wall switches while adding the customizable, remote control functionality of an Insteon Wall Switch.

Add an Insteon Hub (2245-222) and you’ll be able to control it from a smartphone, create schedules and bridge to 3rd party voice control like Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.

Micro On/Off can also be installed as an in-line module within a fixture box, providing remote control without having to run wires to a wall switch. Also available in a dimmable version

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

I have several of the micro switches and they function fine for years as well as switches and some plugins. I just used a micro switch to energize the coil of a 120v contactor that switches both poles of the 240v water heater. ( my device is in parallel or jumps a mechanical clock timer) Total success if the water heater is required outside of the programmed schedule I just switch the heating elements on an hour in advance and approximately 50 gallons of hot water is available

This is a fantastic idea. Thanks for sharing! We noticed you've got the sense wires coming through a hole in the enclosure. In case you didn't know, the micro switches have an external antenna which is covered in a white tape around the body. If you wanted to, you could remove the tape and extend the antenna through the hole as well. This would ensure that your RF Insteon signals are not impeded by the (metal?) enclosure. Of course, it communicates via powerline as well but just thought we'd share :)

David H. (Phoenix, US)
Working for 15 years

I’ve had several of these installed around the house for over 15 years, at least since they were introduced. All of them are in exterior wall boxes or exterior lamp fixtures in the Phx area where the temperatures are routinely over 110 degF. They continue to work flawlessly.

Kurt W. (Pittsburgh, US)
A good Solution

When our house was built (1987) the power was ran to the light fixtures, power side was then run to the switch. Hence no command to power the electronics. With the Micro on/off module locate at the light fixture I can now control those lights with the Hub.

Mark F. (Boise, US)
Glad they are back!

I have several of these installed around the house. They fit in an electrical box and have been very reliable. I have a couple of them installed in a soffit about 20' off the ground, so if they weren't reliable, I'd be looking for another solution. Until Insteon brings back their outlets, this is a good solution if you need to manage a plug load.

John P. (New Market, US)
Just what I needed

Our guest bedroom only had one switched outlet and my wife wanted to turn on the lamp on the other side of the room with the switch. I thought "no problem. I'll just install an Insteon wall switch and link it to a plug in lamp module." Only problem is that they wired the switch so didn't have a neutral. The micro on/off did the trick. It was a little tight getting it into the box with the original switched outlet, but after that little battle, everything worked perfectly. Now I can control anything I want with that switch and the original outlet still has its original functionality.