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Wireless Remote Control Electrical Outlets Switchs for Household Appliances (Not for Sale!)

  • Remotely control hard-to-reach appliances and devices without built-in power ON/OFF switches at the push of a button
  • Eliminate wasteful standby power and reduce energy use; save on your electric bills and extend product life by up to 15%
  • Saves you the trouble of having to plug in and unplug your electric appliances to conserve energy consumption; a great assistant to the mobility impaired
  • Strong RF signal works through doors and walls without interfering with other electronics; operating from as far as 100 ft. in line of sight
  • Features low standby power consumption; Outlets remain off after a power outage to save energy; ETL and FCC approved for safety and quality assurance

Take Control Over Your Outlets The Remote Control Outlet Switch Kit works from as far as 100 feet and is great for switching on/off hard-to-reach appliances and devices without built-in power switches. It operates household appliances from across rooms and can be a great assistant to the mobility impaired. Save Energy and Money Many household electronics and appliances consume electricity even when not in use - wasting valuable energy and increasing your electric bill. Standby energy consumption can average up to $100 a year in unnecessary energy costs in a standard American household. By using this Remote Control Outlet Switch Kit to power everyday electronic devices such as stereos, chargers, microwaves, and even christmas lights, it's easy to take control for the best energy efficiency. What's included

  • 3 x Outlet Receivers
  • 1 x Remote Control Transmitter
  • 1 x 12V Alkaline Battery
  • 1 x User Manual

Specifications

  • Power input: 120V/60Hz
  • Power output: 1200W/10A (max)
  • Transmission frequency: 433.92MHz
  • Remote transmitter battery: DC 12V(23A) 1pc
  • Power consumption: 0.6w

Last Update: 03 March 2004