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Etekcity Wireless Remote Control Plug Electrical Outlet Switch for Household Appliances，Smart outlet Wireless Remote Light Switch, White (3Rx-1Tx)
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Control Your Space
The Etekcity Remote Control Outlets are revolutionizing the daily lives of thousands of people by giving them control of any electrical appliance from a distance of up to 100 feet away. Adaptive RF technology broadcasts signals through walls and floors, controlling lights and appliances that are out of sight. Save time, money, and energy while simplifying your daily life.
The remote control outlets are delivered to your doorstep preprogrammed for quick installation and hassle-free use. Simply plug the outlet in and start controlling your electrical appliances with the included remote.
Affix the RF remote to the wall with double sided tape or velcro to have it act as an easy-access light switch as you leave or enter the door. It's perfect for apartments, studios, and small businesses.
Etekcity outlets are ideal for the mobility impaired and handicapped, the wireless outlet remote give users instant control over lamps, televisions, and more with a simple press of a button.
Voltage over usage notice
Maximum capacity of the power input is: 120V/60Hz. Only 10 percent over usage is allowed on the noted specifications.
Etekcity outlets in countries that are allowed to use: USA, Japan and most countries in South America.
Countries with voltage at 220V and above are not allowed to use: China, Australia, or most countries in the Europe. If this device is used improperly in the countries listed above, there might be a potential to cause a burn due to the voltage over capacity.
Our remote outlets is prohibited to use under heavy rain. Make sure to keep the item stay away from water.
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Today I was in another room when the lights flashed momentarily and I heard a pop. I immediately went to my children's room because, well, you go to where trouble can usually be found. There I found that one of the reading lights was off and the remote switch would no longer activate it. So I took it apart to see if I could fix it. What I found was curious.
The solder trace on the back side of the board that connects what looks like a thermal switch to one end of the relay blew completely apart leaving a metallic deposit on the plastic housing. Given that there's nothing here but a thick trail of solder I can only assume that there was a strong internal surge that went found this the path of least resistance. This could very well be an intentional feature of the circuit to protect the user in just this sort of event and if that's the case nice work, because it was very effective.
<EDIT> Well, as it turns out I was fiddling with the reading lamp it was connected to and the physical switch on it had a massive short (a crackling, flashing, smoking, short). So this remote switch (the bit plugged into the wall) actually served a sacrificial role and prevented some serious injury happening to my little boy. So for that, I'm bumping the stars all the way up. Seriously, thank you, even if it wasn't necessarily intended to function that way.
I'm using the remote from a short range and have never had a problem. It always turns on and off the first time I push the buttons. I also tested it from the other end of the room and it still worked. The only downside is the size of each outlet/receiver. They are on the large side. I had to use a couple 12" extension cords for two of them so I could fit them in the plugstrip/outlet. Overall, I'm very pleased with them.
Also,,,A little trick I figured out:
With over 3000 reviews someone may have figured this trick out already and posted it, but I am not going to read through all the reviews.
In the instructions there is a procedure to "Reset" the outlet. This is actually a "reset/assign" feature. The process assigns an ON/OFF button set on the remote to the switch. So by using the same procedure you can assign two, three. or more switches to the same ON/OFF button set. So if you have multiple lamps or devices you want to switch at the same time you don't have to run extension cords all over the place. Just assign multiple switches to the same ON/OFF button set. It appears all the remotes are the same three addresses, so if you assign a switch to one ON/OFF button set it will work with another remote if you have multiple remotes. However, understand that you only have 3 control zones to work with, regardless of how many remotes or switches you have.
If you get the units with the "Learning Code" feature (a button on the side of the outlet switch) there is probably more flexibility, but these switches operate as described above.
It works beautifully. I have horizontally placed wall sockets and the unit doesn't block the other outlet. I have placed it in the opposite direction, facing to the right. The actual remote is small that I decided to put it in a plastic pouch that makes the remote easier to find and harder to lose in folds of blankets and on tables. When I get around to it, I will find a bigger plastic pouch, perhaps with a straps to make it even more visible and harder for me to lose.
I also ordered one for my 79 year old post-polio victim mother. She has very limited mobility and physically can't reach back and turn out the light when she goes to sleep. She loves it!
P.S. Since the remote control is small, it gets lost easily. So, I bought a little zipper pouch to put it in. Having it in this gold colored pouch with a wrist strap makes it easy to work and access and harder to lose.