let me check
thanks for the help.. yes
one wire (black with clip) and probe
scosche digital multi-meter
sure... The meter gave a reading on one of the black from the top. All the whites are capped together
The traveler wire is hot... from the bottom of the box.
I did connect wire black 1 to black 2 which are from the top of the box. No lights came on. Fussing with it ... which helped me see that the black from the bottom is hot. The two wires from the top are the lights. One for outside the door and one for the house floods. Knowing that ... how do I connect the z-wave three way switch and auxiliary switch.
I may have a misunderstanding of how this works and have several regular and aux switches so can make this work with what I have.
With that said, I wanted one switch for the porch and one for the flood which is what was installed (manual switches). I thought that you would need a z-wave three way and aux because there was a traveler between the manual switches.
Now that we know that the bottom wire is hot and the two wires on the top are for the porch and flood... not sure what I need to do?
yes I have several 45609, but now confused as to how to hook it up.
By the way... its gotta to be hard to not see what I see... thanks for hanging-on
Yes, the bottom (and each cable) has black, white, ground.
The switches are like manual switches where the wires connect to them so no wires coming out
yes, Terminals.. Load, line, Traveler, neutral.
All three of my cables have white caped together.
So... how do I take the one (bottom cable) and connect two zwave switches.. one to each of the (top cables). One switch for the porch and one for floods.