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We recommend you have a professional electrician install your EMFSafeSwitch. Installation times can vary. An NP-08 / SP-24 (up to 50 connections) takes longer that an NP-02 / SP-06 (up to 14 connections). A flush mount enclosure will take longer than a surface mount. That said, you should allow a minimum of two hours and three is not uncommon. Also keep in mind, in the process of installing an EMFSafeSwitch, over 50% of the time, electricians find unrelated wiring problems in the house. IF you decide to have them fix these for you, this extra time is not part of the EMFSafeSwitch installation time.
This is a note to Dan and the EMFSafeSwitch team: “I installed my EMFSafeSwitch and it is so cool! I’m not an electrician but am a DIY guy and it was a piece of cake. It was so cool to hit the fob buttons and turn my zones on and off. . . Getting a fob for each zone was a bonus . . . didn’t anticipate that. Anyway, my wife is really enjoying using the lights in the bedroom to read at night, then killing everything when it’s time to sleep. Thanks to you all for a great product! - Steve
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The pre-wired pigtail has wires that will connect with items in your main electrical panel. They are labeled and are as follows: CB wires are to be attached to the Circuit Breakers; BC wires are to be attached to the home's Branch Circuits. This installation is very straight forward but we still recommend it be performed by a licensed home electrician. Refer to our Installation Instructions (PDF) below for more detail.
Bob Leff, California licensed electrician show how to install an EMFSafeSwitch.
Mount the EMFSafeSwitch on the wall and secure the pigtail to the main electrical panel.
Label your selected circuit breakers. Identify each circuit breaker's connected branch circuit home line.
Disconnect the branch circuit home lines from their circuit breakers (not shown).
Attach the CB-1 wire from EMFSafeSwitch to your #1 circuit breaker.
Connect the BC-1 wire from the EMFSS to your #1 branch circuit home line.
for all of your identified circuit breakers and their associated branch circuit home lines.
Attach the power wire from the EMFSS to a 15 or 20 amp breaker.
Attach the neutral (white) and the ground (green) wires from the EMFSS to their standard main panel connection points.
2 zone - Select zone 1 or 2 for each relay/circuit.
4 zone - Select zone 1, 2, 3 or 4 for each relay/circuit.
Keep remote nearby your bed for accessibility & ease of use, maybe use velcro.
Your remotes come pre programmed but if you order a replacement or need to reprogram for any reason, this is how.
If you have a small white box next to the antenna, open it and press the button shown 3x then any button on the remote to program.
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EMFSafe is the American manufacturer of the UL listed EMFSafeSwitch
(Also EMFSleepSwitch and original EMFKillSwitch) and the PQFilter™
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