Sweet, I like the look ok that.I ordered two through Amazon. You may likely need one with a neutral (we did) I installed two of the following switches and they work excellent.
You will also need the Leviton Cover plates:
For those who do not know what a marette is more commonly known as a wirenut, or twisted electrical connector in the states. It twists two or more wires together, they come color coded by size and can be used to connect 2-4 wires and different gauge wires.basic home electrical....110 volts have one wire that is nuetral and one that is the hot wire rated at 110 volts. the nuetral is usually grounded at the meter. A ground wire at each plug is required in the real world but here it is an option so it is not widely used. 220 system get its 220 volts by hooking up to two separete circuts of 110 volts each and again the ground is avoided in this country. Another thing that is very rarely used by profesionals in this country is the small plastic marretes. Why would they spend 5 pesos on the little things when tape will do....tape will not do
No a ground wire cares no current.when you say neutral you mean a ground ????