In the guide it mentions about in wall transmitters to plan their locations ahead of time and run a neutral wire to a junction box there.
Is that only for cases where you want to put a transmitter where there wouldn't otherwise be a switch?
For example, in our open entertainment and games area there is a bank of 4 dimmer switches to control the lighting. These will have a neutral wire and be deep boxes. Do I need to put another junction box there for an in wall transmitter? Or would I just replace one or more of the switches with a transmitter?
Sometimes switches have only line and load. The advice is meant to ensure that you have a neutral wire in such a box, too. Other than that, all wiring can be standard throughout.
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