Rated 4 out of 5Â by 38
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kenster simple to install works great without needing to run wires
this works great in areas that you do not want to run wires.
August 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Eddie Very nice. Works as it should through the floor into my basement.
I have this mounted on a wall next to my entry door and it controls a unit in my basement. Works well but there is one thing that should be noted. There is no "On" or "Off" label on the switch and I mounted it so that it turned the circuit on when the switch was up. After a week or so the up position is now "Off" so it is a bit difficult to know if the system is on or off without looking.
July 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by bdirnbac Easy way to install a (light) switch
The product works as described. You supply the 9 volt battery and place the switch/transmitter on the wall with 2 screws (they include anchors which you probably don't need). A faceplate neatly conceals the innards.
The receiver is plugged into the outlet and the lamp goes into this (they say 100 ft range - mine was 5 feet). The transmitter sends out a radio signal and turns the light on and off.
One problem could occur if you buy several units from mail order, and they're all frequency (let's say) E, then a switch in one room might control lights in another room. (I bought one unit.) [An "E" switch controls only an "E" receiver and the package lists the frequency.] You might actually want one switch to control several lights, so you would need all the units to be the same frequency. Otherwise, this could be a nightmare where all sorts of lights go on and off without you intending this because a switch in one room controls all the lights in other rooms.
So if you need several switches, buy them from a physical store so you can determine the frequency of each.
October 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CJ14275 Exactly what we were looking for
After rearranging bedroom furniture we were looking for a way to have lamps turn on with a wall switch by the door. Certainly didn't want wires running along the base boards. This wireless switch outlet was easy to install and worked like a charm. Took a little time to get the right touch for the light to go on - you just barely touch it as opposed to flipping it like an ordinary switch. Excellent results.
April 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by repair Do not buy wall switch is cheap and does not work right
The wall switch is cheap and does not work right. Some times just light tap makes it go on or off. Some times it does not work at all switching from on to off or off to on.
May 27, 2014