Model # MR-318

Internet #204177948

SkyLink 600-Watt Module Receiver Relay Output
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SkyLink

600-Watt Module Receiver Relay Output

$23.15 /each

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The MR-318 Remote Controllable Wire-In On/Off Control Module is designed to operate a 600-Watt load at 120-Volt of alternating current (120VAC) for either incandescent, CFL, florescent tubes, or small appliances. To use the MR-318 simply wire the device in-line with the lighting fixture you wish to control. Once properly installed, you will be able to wirelessly turn on and off lights or appliances powered by the receiver module from a variety of SkyLinkHome transmitters. To achieve remote control over the MR-318 from a wireless transmitter, you must first program the wire-in module to be a responder of that transmitter. The programming is a very simple process done with the set buttons located on the switch and on the transmitter. The SkyLinkHome System comprises a variety of wireless sensors, wireless remotes and wire-in and plug-in lighting or appliance controls. All wireless communication between SkyLinkHome devices is based on rolling code technology. This ensures the highest security for your wireless signals being transmitted.

  • Obtain wireless control of your lighting fixtures and appliances without an in wall switch
  • Works with incandescent, CFL bulbs, florescent tubes, and appliances
  • Wires directly to fixture
  • Operation range up to 500 ft. in an open area
  • 2 operating modes
  • On/off relay function
  • Package contents: MR-318 remote controllable wire-in on/off control module, package of screws and accessories, user's instructions
  • Kit includes: wall switch on/off/dim receiver (WR-001), snap-on remote (TM-318), user manual, clamshell pack
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Is this a complete kit with receiver and transmitter?

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May 3, 2016
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This item includes a wall switch on/off/dim receiver (WR-001), snap-on remote (TM-318), user manual, clamshell pack.
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May 3, 2016
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No this is only the receiver. You would have to purchase a transmitter separately.
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will it run an alarm bell or siren?

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Yes it should run an alarm bell/siren, as long as the bell/siren requires 600 watts or less, and operates on 110/120 vac.
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October 28, 2015
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This is a relay receiver which turns on the lighting in your house. Will not run on alarm bell or siren. It needs to be triggered by a remote control like the TC-318-1 or TB-318 remote switch.
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does this work with led?

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September 6, 2016
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Yes this unit can work LED lights
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does this come with a switch?

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September 6, 2016
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No it does not, you would have to purchase a transmitter for this unit (TB-318, TM-318, TC-318's)
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600-Watt Module Receiver Relay Output is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is exactly what I was looking for to install an on/off switch on a tile backsplash where the... This is exactly what I was looking for to install an on/off switch on a tile backsplash where there was no box. The objective was to control 2 new LED downlights that I installed over the kitchen sink area. You need 2 SkylinkHome products, both available from Home Depot: Wireless Wall Switch Model # 204177908 and 600-Watt Module Receiver Relay Output Model # 204177948 The Receiver Module fits nicely into a single-gang box that I secured to the inside top of the cabinet closest to the new LED lights. This location enabled me to pull the Romex feed into the box, and the output Romex to the LED lights by drilling into the top of the cabinet from the attic space. In addition to the White/Black/Red wires, there is a Gray antenna wire. Route it out through one of the remaining holes in the box and don't cut it shorter. Instructions indicate that you should keep this as straight as possible, but I have had no problems bending it and tucking it into a seam at the top of the cabinet. Put a label on the blank cover plate of the single-gang box indicating which breaker feeds it. The Wireless Wall Switch came with the usual drywall anchors and 2 pieces of double-stick tape that I used to adhere the switch to the tile. Since this switch has no direct connection to the house wiring, you can place it anywhere you want with no shock hazard. Before I did that, I carried the switch outside to see how far away I could get and still control the lights. At least several hundred feet! Both units come with good instructions that you must use to pair the switch to the receiver. In summary, each time you cycle power to the Receiver Module, it emits a beep and for a few seconds it enters the "programming mode". You only have to do that once (if all you have is one switch). You do not have to repeat the programming even if power is left off for an extended period. The receiver "remembers" the switch. The relay output from this receiver means that it does not dim (there are other modules for that) and it also means that you can operate almost any lighting technology without flicker and at full brightness. The output acts as a latching relay, meaning that power is only used to transition from on-to-off, or from off-to-on. Here's a useful fact: if you turn the breaker off, then toggle the switch while the breaker is off, when you turn the breaker back on the switch will behave opposite to what you expect; i.e., off will be on and on will be off. To remedy this, merely turn off the breaker, toggle the switch one time, turn the breaker back on and all will be normal. These units have been in operation since September 2016. Not a hitch, not a hiccup and no need to replace the coin cell battery in the switch. Again, it only consumes power for a second when the switch is toggled. Great product!
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The product works great with the SkylinkHome Wireless Wall Switch. If you have a location where i... The product works great with the SkylinkHome Wireless Wall Switch. If you have a location where it is very difficult to get wiring to a wall switch this product makes it easy. All wiring stays in the attic or wherever your lighting is and the wall switch is wireless so it mounts anywhere.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used this in 2 different lights where I used to have pull chains and works good. You will need... I used this in 2 different lights where I used to have pull chains and works good. You will need the switch that comes up as frequently bought together to make a complete "kit". It's definitely better than opening up walls to run wire for a switch and quicker too.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The product needs 3 connections, Neutral, Live and Load. But this means it cannot be used unless ... The product needs 3 connections, Neutral, Live and Load. But this means it cannot be used unless you have all 3 available at the switch board you are trying to install it. For this reason this cannot replace a single switch on most cases.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not what I thought I was getting I ordered this product and when it came I realized I needed an additional product to make it work. When I emailed the company and asked for advice they never even acknowledged my email. I'm left with nothing to show for the money I spent.
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesnt work Tried 2 lamp fixtures, neither one worked with this product.
Date published: 2016-01-05
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