Operate a remote wireless light switch by installing the switch, syncing the transmitter and pressing the buttons on the transmitter. Each switch has a different process and series of buttons required for operation, and some operate using garage door openers and similar controls.
The buttons on most remote wireless light switch controllers include both on and off settings, and many have a dimmer function that lets users set the light level when using the controller with a compatible switch. For most controls, press Up to activate the lights or increase intensity and Down to lower lighting levels or power off the lights. Knobs and sequential controls similar to those for volume on inline headsets may also appear on transmitters and serve similar functions. Simply hold the buttons to increase or decrease lighting, or turn the knob clockwise for more light and counterclockwise to power off the switch.
More advanced remote wireless light switches work with existing transmitters, such as a garage-door opener, and allow users to operate the switches from outdoors. Ensure a proper connection by following the sync instructions for the transmitter and switch, and use these by pressing the buttons in the same manner as indoor controls. Avoid using the transmitter beyond its maximum listed range, as this could create erratic results.