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Door Activated Switches

Using an automatic door light switch allows you to turn your lights on and off by simply opening and closing the door. Sensors or pressure switches in the door jamb activate or deactivate the light when the door opens and closes, meaning no more fumbling for switches in the dark, and no more wasted energy when you forget to turn the light off.
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Lighting Controls /

Door Activated Switches

Using an automatic door light switch allows you to turn your lights on and off by simply opening and closing the door. Sensors or pressure switches in the door jamb activate or deactivate the light when the door opens and closes, meaning no more fumbling for switches in the dark, and no more wasted energy when you forget to turn the light off.
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Ways to Configure a Closet Door Light Switch

Would you like your light to turn off when the door is open instead of on? Maybe you would prefer a 15-minute delay before it turns back off instead of immediately? Light switch controllers and relays with extra features like timer delay and normally on/off modes give you the freedom to customize your experience.

Open the Door to New Ideas

Automatic door jamb switches are commonly found in places like closets, but there are many creative applications that save wall space, offer convenient hands-free operation, and eliminate wasted electricity. Consider these uses for door-activated light switches:

  • Closets & wardrobes
  • Kitchen cabinets & pantries
  • Garage cabinets
  • Attics & storage rooms
  • Basements & crawl spaces
  • Bathroom vanities
  • Rooms with little or no wall space for installing a manual switch
  • Walk-in freezers and refrigerators
  • Wine cellars

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