I'm trying to purchase a WSS10 setup and I'm beginning to become confused:
I know the W stands for white. Is 'Z' refering to the multiple plate cover packs?
I've read through the product spec and understand the -G means no neutral.
What does -D amd -U represent?
Also, why does a wireless remote switch (WSSOS) cost around 80$, but a 6697 switch and plug-in receiver kit cost only 30$? Are these not the same switch's?
This is to indicate the Basic vs Advanced software option.
The WSSoS and 6697 are two different technologies and are not compatable.
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