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Universal Wink Enabled White Ceiling Fan Premier Remote Control

  • Smart fan remote for use with Wink home automation system
  • Compatible with most downrod style ceiling fans
  • Controls fan with included remote or via the Wink App
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.71
Product Height (in.)
4.77
Product Width (in.)
1.38

Details

Dimmable
Yes
Fan Control Type
Digital
Hub Required
Wink Hub
Number of Speeds
4
Power Options
Hardwired
Product Weight (lb.)
.41
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
Hub Required for Remote Access
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Wi-Fi,ZigBee
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Wired or Wireless
Wireless

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-year warranty

Product Overview

The Hampton Bay Universal 4-speed remote control adds new functionality to your ceiling fan. The remote is compatible with the innovative WINK home automation system to allow you to control your ceiling fan from anywhere via your smart device (smart phone, tablet, etc.). This remote controls the fan's speed and lights and features a fan/light timer as well as Comfort Breeze setting. The Comfort Breeze setting randomly changes the fan's speed to create an organic breeze effect in the room. The Wink Hub (sold separately) is required to take full advantage of the functionality.
  • Controls fan via the handheld remote control or the Wink app on smart devices (i.e phone, tablet, etc.)
  • 4-speed fan control
  • Light on/off/dimming control
  • Comfort breeze feature that varies fan speed randomly to create organic breeze effect
  • Fan and light timer function
  • Compatible with LED, CFL, and incandescent light bulbs
  • Walk away light timer
  • Easy to install
  • Compatible with most major brand ceiling fans - Hampton Bay, Home Decorators Collection, Hunter and more
  • Handheld remote, remote receiver, and battery included
  • Wink hub (sold separately) required for Wink app functionality
  • Mobile app available for smart devices on Google Play (Android) and the App Store (Apple devices)
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  • 3.9
    out of 249 reviews
  • 71% recommend this product
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Do not ever use with a dimmer switch (even if you'll never adjust it); Otherwise great
I can't edit my previous review, so here are some updated thoughts. Things I like: I bought two of these. They work with Zigbee-based smart home solutions (Hubitat, Smartthings, Wink). Responds to Google Assistant which is great when I am half-asleep in a dark room. They're priced attractively with the discount, and uses standard AAA batteries (Hunter remote uses a weird size that cost $10 to replace) in the remote. The remote works well for family members who do not know how to control via smart home. Zigbee signal strength has been discussed extensively on smart home forums for this device and the consensus is that it's not great. However in my experience they never gave me any trouble as long as you installed the antenna attached to the ceiling outside the canopy (see photo). Since the controller's big end can only be located opposite the socket of the hanging bracket of the fan, you may wish to plan out the install if the antenna appearance bothers you. Otherwise, you can install a Zigbee repeater in the same room or DYI replace the antenna. The remote antenna wire (long black) seems to work fine located within the canopy. The instructions for pairing with smart home are really sparse. You need to power cycle the device at 3-second intervals 10 times (5 on-off cycles) and do this precisely with a stopwatch. The lights will not flash UNTIL you enter pairing mode on your hub and it successfully connects. Lastly but perhaps most importantly, do not ever use these with any sort of dimmer switch. One of the controllers was connected to a dimmer for the prior fixture and it misbehaved (fan humming, lights strobing, wrong intensity at settings, etc.) until I took a multimeter to it and discovered it was spitting out random voltages. I never thought this would be a problem since I always left the dimmer on max. A $2 regular switch resolved all issues. Kudos for the dimmer not breaking the controller in the month or two that I had it installed.
by benasaur
1 person found this helpful
The remote works great and has great integration via the wink hub app I would given it 5 stars. ...
The remote works great and has great integration via the wink hub app I would given it 5 stars. Difficult to install the cover back on the fan after hooking it up. Voice assistant integration is for the light only, no fan controls when using amazon echo (Alexa) and google home
by bgeandc
Overall, this is a good product. My only complaint is that it adds a light to the lighting secti...
Overall, this is a good product. My only complaint is that it adds a light to the lighting section. I already had the bedroom light (attached to the fan) on a Lutron dimmer. Now there are two icons that control the same light due to it adding a fan/light in the fan section and a “light bulb” in the lighting section. The installation could not be much easier. The remote and app work well. We have a surface/flush mount fan so I was a little concerned that the reception for the remote and app wouldn't be very good. I was not able to place either antenna (wink or remote) outside the base, but that doesn't seem to have hurt the reception. Both the hub and remote connect and work well despite the antennas being concealed. The operation is very easy and memorizes the last setting used. I was a little skeptical, but I've been very pleasantly surprised by how well this works. I would recommend this for any Wink user.
by JARED
I really desired to connect it to a smart home system; however, Wink is virtually unavailable. I ...
I really desired to connect it to a smart home system; however, Wink is virtually unavailable. I opted for a SmartThings hub instead and I am having trouble connecting the two. But as a stand-alone system it works great. I did add an Everbilt 3/8 in. Clear Adhesive Bumper Pad from Home Depot to the light button to make it easy to find in the dark.
by User
1 person found this helpful
Works excellent and tied perfectly into my smart home system controlled by Wink. Installed on a 4...
Works excellent and tied perfectly into my smart home system controlled by Wink. Installed on a 4 year old fan and everything programmed and worked perfectly. LED bulbs work great with the module as well. Make sure your fan as a slot on the base for the module to fit. Otherwise, you may run into fitment issues. Also, make sure you use the screw for the antenna; it will not should with the double sided tape, even on regular ceilings.
by Darius
1 person found this helpful
If the fan isn't on a switch you will have a hard time pairing with Wink. The process to pair req...
If the fan isn't on a switch you will have a hard time pairing with Wink. The process to pair requires power to be cut from the fan (not just pressing the power button the remote). I learned this after installing and calling the wink support number and spending hours on the phone. I had to connect a temporary switch between the power line and the fan in order to pair with wink. then discount the switch and reassemble the fan. I had the Zigbee antenna inside the fan canopy which caused it to be disconnected more than it was online. I had to disassemble the fan once again, cut a slot in the canopy and mount the antenna as far outside as possible. Now it holds a steady connection and it typically online. If I knew all this up front I may have rated it higher. lessons learned..
by Jason
2 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
I bought two of these devices to integrate into my...
I bought two of these devices to integrate into my home automation platform, plus control the light and fans I have remotely. One of the fan housings it was difficult to insert this but that issue is more to do with the fan manufacturer. I was able to manage to get it into the canopy and cover the sensor. The setup was a breeze. Speaking of breeze, the continuous breeze setting (3 wavy lines) on the remote, is a remarkable feature that definitely improves the comfort in my bedroom.
by patstchris
bought two. Both work just fine. It took...
bought two. Both work just fine. It took me a little while to figure out how to install - the instructions are not terrific, and I had an unusual installation - two fans, using the remotes to control the fans only; lights on a common light switch.NOTE: I DID NOT SEE THAT THE DEVICE IS INDOOR ONLY ON THE WEBSITE. I installed them anyway.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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