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Old 02-13-2023, 11:06 PM   #1
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Illuminated Switches?

My panel has these rocker / toggle switches for the main and awning lights.

Would love to have these illuminated. Anyone know the make / model of these to start searching?

The alternate would be a small light activated led strip above it.
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Just a thought. Amazon has a pretty good selection.
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Old 02-14-2023, 12:16 AM   #3
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There are a bunch of blue ones on here which would be a nice touch.

The thing is I am positive that these switches are just dry contacts back to the BMPro panel with no 12 V power to draw from for the light. All these switches assume you are directly switching the load.

I can get 12 V from the wall behind and add a relay. I was at first hung up on the same switches but I realize now I can probably use these generic Amazon ones and not even need to modify the existing face plate.
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have you looked at the Jaycommand node and verified that the awning lights are hooked to the node via the labeling?

I highly doubt they are if you have those switches!

If they are not through the node, you'll need a lighted switch and will have to add a ground at the switch for the internal lights on the switch.
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Just consider that these illuminated switches will contribute to the parasitic draw on the house batteries.
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