|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 1 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||JY622CF/Dim|
|Batteries||4 AAA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Adjustable Speed Control, Programmable, Countdown Timer, Thermal, Automatic Shut-Off|
|Warranty Description||90 days from date of purchase.|
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Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
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- This kit converts regular ceiling fan into a remote controllable one.
- This remote control is designed to separately control your ceiling fan speed and light.
- The screen displays HI, MED, LOW, OFF modes to control the fan speed and off.
- It has both fan and light timer button to program the fan and light.
- The thermostatic button on the transmitter will automatically set fan when press.
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The product can be applied to any regular ceiling fan and is easy to install with the enclosed instruction manual following step by step. It is UL licensed and meets all safety requirement. The transmitter could either be wall mounted or hand-held for easy access.
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What I like About It (All of it):
- low battery consumption (mine runs on rechargeable battery and only charge them after 8-12 months)
- current room temp indicator (bonus)
- The convenience all below:
- 3 fan speeds
- room temperature based auto on/off function (if room temp =: 8 degF above setting means Fan-High, 4 degF, means Fan-Medium, same temp means Fan-Low and temp 1 degF below setting means Fan-Off i.e room is 1 deg colder already)
- fan and light off timer (0.5, 1,2...up to 24 hr range)
- dim function (100% to 20% range)
- exit light off (3 minute timer)
- during installation:
- easy mounting of cradle to wall or in my case a switch plate
- Can be repurposed:
- multiple around the house independent units capable (make sure you make a list of the frequency no.)
- cloning or making one controller for some common areas is possible (although not advisable)
What I don't like about it:
- None (this is not designed for regular non-dimming CFL's or LED's such that when dimming they flicker and reduce bulb life)
What to watch Out For:
- may not work with some dimmable bulbs (best to test the bulb brand for a couple of days to a month)
I wish it Had:
- glow in the dark button for the light (I modified it to have one- green dot on pics)
Here is How this works/adjusted (the specs): (See pictures for buttons and display)
- fan On button (turn on and adjust fan speed)
- light On button (also dim button- holding it down; once it reaches the bottom dimmest setting it goes back up to the brightest 100% and then goes back down and so on...)
- light delay (I call this exit light off- if pressed, light remains on and then auto turns off in 3 minutes)
- fan auto (to switch to manual and auto) (see above like how this works)
- fan timer (when setting hours to run fan on timer)
- light timer (when setting light hours to run on timer)
- up and down (for setting hours and temp)
- set temp (to keep fan on when current room temp is equal or higher than this, fan turns off when current room temp is below this)
- current room temp (the chip inside the controller compares the set temp to current temp when on auto mode; this also is a good visual aid when trying to find out current temp in the room compared to other rooms in the house)
- fan on state based on the 3 speeds (low, medium, high) (blue button to adjust)
- light dim state in percent (%) (yellow button to adjust)
- fan auto/manual state (fan auto button)
1) If you have multiple fans or have pending installations, interference and duplication is avoided by changing the frequency switch before installation, make sure you make a list of rooms versus frequency no.for reference to save time in installation troubleshooting a duplicate signal.
2) Change bulbs to dimming CFL's or best to LED's to eliminate flickering. (We all may upgrade at some point.) Make sure to test the best brands available in your area (for a period of time) prior to bulk purchase. 90 Day return policy on most stores will serve this purpose.
3) Bulbs of different brands are made different. When it comes to dimming with whatever dimmer switch, the bulb needs to be tested for compatibility.
What I did:
I upgraded/changed all my bulbs to LED's during thanksgiving last year (specifically GE brand and dimming is no longer a problem).
This is one great investment useful, reliable and durable. The auto fan function may serve its purpose well for house climates that change temperature up to 9 degF range (High to Off setting). It will work as described. Some compatibility with available dimmable CFLs may need verifying and this is not the fault of this unit. YMMV on battery life if you have auto function set up and timers set frequently.
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Photos show the results after taking it out ... fan works fine without it and had power too and into device.
Unfortunately, after several months, I started having trouble getting the light to go off...then go on. And sometimes turning light off, turned the fan off.
So, now at this point, I have no remote and operate it by the switch.