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PSI Woodworking LR110-3 110-Volt Long Ranger Dust Collector Switch

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  • PSI Woodworking Long Ranger dust collector switch with 110-volt, 1-1/2-horspower engine and 20-amp relay receiver
  • Turn on a dust collector from anywhere in the shop
  • Uses R.F. signal, which is not affected by outside interference by large television transformers, electrical noise, or three-phase power sources
  • Includes a circuit breaker in the receiver and a 5-foot power cord
  • Ships at 1.84-pounds
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Style Name: 110 volt
Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions7.8 x 5.6 x 3.2 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model numberLR110-3
Style110 volt
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004S9AI
Best Sellers Rank #18,076 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 3, 2000
  
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Product Description

Style: 110 volt

From the Manufacturer

Turn on a dust collector from anywhere in the shop with the remote dust collector switch. Grounded with reset button, uses R.F. signal, which is not affected by outside interference by large television transformers, electrical noise, or three-phase power sources. 110 volts, 1-1/2 HP 20 amp relay receiver.

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Customer Reviews

Remote control dust collection- works every time I turned it on.
CJinJax
The new unit is identical to the old one, so hopefully will also last for a long time.
James C. DeLaney
I recently installed the Long Ranger Dust Collector Switch and love it.
Bob the Builder

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Klugewicz on October 8, 2000
Style Name: 110 volt Verified Purchase
I bought this product for use with my Delta 1 1/2 HP dust collector, and I can't recommend it highly enough. Installation is simple (just plug the receiver into the wall, then plug the dust collector into the outlet on the receiver), and a wall mounting bracket is provided. The Long Ranger is rated at 20 amps, but my dust collector draws somewhat more than that in starting up (I had an electrician check it when he installed a new circuit in my shop for it), and the Long Ranger has never complained.
Though the instructions warn that certain types of motors (Shop Vacs were mentioned specifically) might cause interference, I've had no trouble -- the switch performs perfectly from anywhere in my shop, and it's a lot more convenient than running over to the dust collector every time I start up a power tool!
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Scott Dittman on January 5, 2003
Style Name: 220 volt
This product came and worked as expected with clear and simple instructions. Unfortunately, my 230 volt dust collector came with a motor controller push button unit that does not hold the last switch position with the power off (a safety feature). Consequently, it will turn off using this remote switch but will not restart without manually pushing the "on" button. You can test your unit by turning it on and pulling the electric plug, and putting the electric plug back in the outlet to see if it restarts when energized.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A. Smith on February 18, 2002
Style Name: 220 volt
If you're old enough, you'll no doubt remember your first impressions of a remote control television being something like, "Anyone too lazy to get up and change their TV channels..." The same was true for garage door openers. Of course, who has a TV without a remote control now? Well, here we go again. This one, however can translate into increased efficiency (and even safety) in your shop.
First of all, the installation of the Long Ranger couldn't be simpler. If you can hook up an extension cord, you've got it made.
Secondly, in my case (and perhaps in yours), it allowed me to get my dust collector into a separate room... a closet-like room where the "filtered" air (which, as we all know, is full of dust) doesn't blow back into my shop. Therefore, my shop is a lot less dusty now. Even if this possibility doesn't exist for you, this product can still save you a lot of steps to the dust collector... stepping over hoses, cords, etc. can get old, and it's even dangerous.
Finally, the switch is easy to use and well designed. It clips right onto your belt or pocket and it's there when you need it. Mine has never failed to activate or deactivate the dust collector.
The range is admirable. I can activate it from 50 yards away, which is about 35 yards more than I'll ever need.
It's not much money to spend for something you WILL use a lot. I guarantee that if you try it, you'll never be without one. Get one... You'll never be sorry!
5 stars for a 5-star tool!
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Woodchips on June 22, 2001
Style Name: 110 volt Verified Purchase
I am really happy with this purchase. Plug one end in to the wall and the collector into the box. It doesn't get any simpler. It is so convenient. My collector is on the other side of the shop. It seems like I always get the saw set up, the stock lined up and then I remember to turn on the collector. The remote has a metal clip that allows for hooking on your belt or apron string. A push of the pressure sensitive button and the collector is running. It's a beautiful thing.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By bendwriter on March 24, 2003
Style Name: 220 volt
I utilize a multi-tool dust collector that sits in a covered area outside my shop to cut down on noise. At the time I installed it, I was contemplating a number of different options for how to turn it on and off without walking out to the collector each time (or leaving it on and wasting all that electricity). This remote control was the perfect answer!!
I utilize the 220 volt version, and it has performed exactly as advertised. It was very east to hook up, the remote control unit reacts instantly to start and stop the collector from anywhere in my shop. I have used it up to 30 feet away and through an insulated wall with absolutely no problems. The unit has also caused no interference problems.
My tools are generally grouped around two sides of my shop, and I recently added a second handpiece to the system. I made a couple of wall-mounted holders for the handpieces, and placed one near one group of tools and one near the other - now I don't even have to carry the handpiece around with me.
Nice to have something that is reasonably priced and performs as advertised. You'll wonder how you got along without it!!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Robin K VINE VOICE on April 9, 2007
Style Name: 110 volt Verified Purchase
After almost a week of continuous use, the LR110-3 with no problem powers the Harbor Frieght 2 hp DC (the LR110 is rated for 1.5 hp). There is no noticeable loss of power or start up speed to the DC. The relay unit appears ruggedly built, in a metal box, with a beefy 6' power cord and a fastening device to hang on the wall. The remote is in a plastic case. I did drop the remote almost immediately and it stopped working but it turns out the battery that came with the unit went bad, not the remote. It worked fine after replacing the battery. I did take the remote apart to inspect for damage. It has a small circuit card with components soldered on. Good workmanship and I would be hard pressed to see the remote electronics damaged if it were dropped. The remote has a metal clip to attach to belt.

The Long Ranger is a wonderful convenience to turn on/off the dust collection system I have installed in my 1 car size garage. I was using a device that detected power tool current to turn on the DC but that is too frequent on/off for such a large motor and also sometimes doesnt let the DC spin up to full speed before engaging the tool. The Long Ranger is an excellent choice to solve all these issues.

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