|Part Number||191 707|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 4.6 x 2.8 inches|
|Item model number||CECOMINOD051223|
|Assembled Height||2.76 inches|
|Assembled Length||1.8 inches|
|Assembled Width||4.57 inches|
|Finish||White in color|
|Specific Uses||General Purpose|
|Type of Bulb||ac|
Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Wall Control
- Ceiling Fan Wall Control
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The Universal Wall-Mount Remote is a versatile control that may be operated wirelessly or installed through direct wiring in place of an existing wall switch. It is compatible with both dimmable incandescent lights and on/off CFLs, and it uses 16 different selectable frequencies to control your fan and light fixture. A battery is included.
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I install these completely wireless. I use them as a wall switch that will control the ceiling fan and light in places that do not have any wiring for that purpose. It is such an easy solution, especially compared to pulling wires. I put them into the wall where one would expect to find a regular wall switches. They are powered off of a nine volt battery that last a good long while.
This sends a wireless radio signal to the fan that will turn the light on, off, and dim it to any level. It also has three speeds for the fan and an off button.
There is a small slide on/off switch on the bottom that I never use. I guess it would be handy if the wires actually run from the fan to this remote control box. But to be honest, I would prefer that the manufacturer left this switch off. It is not needed and it adds unnecessary complexity. I believe it could even prove to be confusing to some.
Keep in mind that there is a fan controler unit that needs to be installed in the fan. They usually come with the ceiling fan remote control. I would definately recommend this for someone that all ready has the fan controller installed. The controller is fairly easy to install as well, and will tuck into the fans canopy up next to the ceiling.
So that's it. If you found my review useful, please let me know.
On the plus side, there is one more dip switch in the wall unit than the receiver (which hides in the fan housing,... is included) that permits you turn off the dimmer capability in the event you use non-dimmable LED bulbs. That is smart.... but the battery....... Come On Man!
There is probably some troll with a lisp going to respond to my issue with the need for a battery...... So here's my retort, "the one I replaced did not require a battery".