Is anyone aware of a standard wall switch that illuminates in some way
when the circuit is ON?
I have found just the opposite -on when OFF- but I prefer to see
On the other hand, is there a way to make the illuminated OFF switches
reverse their indication?
Indeed. I've got such a switch in the hall to control (and
indicate) several attic lights. Right next to the swing down
attic steps. A nice reminder of wasted electricity.
Also, some switches control outlets rather than lights
and it may be desirable to see that the outlets are
Bingo! We have a lighted closed in our spare room. The wife was leaving
the light on occasionally (ok, almost every time sue was in it!). I tried
the lowest wattage bulb which wasn't met with great enthusiasm! So an
eliminated switch was the answer. Mine is actually a switch with a red
light above it in a single switch plate, but I can see it from the hall if
it is on, and she can too, so the light is not on much at all any more!
How about LED holiday lights? Wal-Mart has some small white lights
that are really bright. The whole string of 60 uses less than 3W.
BTW, I used that solution in my bathroom and seldom need anything
Funny typo :-)
That'd be useful for outdoor lights, with the switch inside.
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