Remote controlled power outlets allow you to wirelessly control your appliances from a convenient location.
- Configurable - Switch individual appliances on or off, or switch a group together.
- Wireless - Each remote can switch up to four power points (or groups) even in hard to reach locations.
- Energy Saving - Easily switch any appliances off when not in use to reduce power consumption.
- Scalable - Purchase multiple kits and link all sockets to one remote, or use multiple remotes.
How Remote Controlled Electrical Sockets Work:
The kit comes with three remote controlled sockets and one remote. By allowing you to turn appliances off with the touch of a button, it helps you save electricity, time, and money.
Keep the remote control in a convenient place, or stick it to the wall next to a light switch. That way you'll remember to use it and maximise your energy savings.
Here are a few example applications:
- Keep your TV and entertainment centre completely switched off when not in use.
- Switch off your internet modem & WiFi router as you leave the house.
- Turn off the office water cooler at night and over the weekend.
- Control bedside lamps or any device with a hard-to-reach power socket.
- Switch off plug-in office ceiling lights without the need to re-wire anything.
- Plug Type - Standard 10A Australia / New Zealand 3-pin plug & socket
- Voltage - 240 V AC (50 Hz)
- Operating Environment - Indoors
- Power Range - 0 - 2,400W (10 Amp)
- Socket Dimensions - 95mm x 52mm x 60mm (height x width x depth)
- Controller Dimensions - 115mm x 40mm x 20mm (height x width x depth)
- Weight - 95g (each socket), 41g (remote control)
- Operating Power - 1W standby load
- Remote Frequency - 433.92MHz
- Remote Range - Approx. 30m
- Remote Battery - 2 x AAA 1.5V
How do I install the Remote Controlled Socket?
Installation is easy:
Insert the batteries into the remote control.
- Plug one of the sockets into a mains outlet, the LED light will flash red.
- Select and press one of the ON switches from A,B,C, and D on the remote control.
- The LED will then stop flashing. The socket is now paired to this ON switch on the remote.
- You can now remotely control the socket and any appliance connected to it.
- Repeat this process for the other sockets selecting a different ON button on the remote for each different socket.
Note: When there is a power blackout or the socket is removed from the mains, you may need to repeat the set up process to the socket and the remote.
How many sockets can I fit on a common wall outlet?
- One. The socket is slightly too wide for two units to fit side-by-side on many common Australian & NZ dual wall outlets. However, you can fit one with room to continue using the second socket as pictured below. You can also plug in the sockets into a multi-socket power board.