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This NSi Industries EW120B digital time switch accepts 120-277 VAC input and its SPDT output contacts can activate a 30 amp load or 2 hp motor. The switch automatically detects the input voltage and does not require manual voltage setting. This timer includes 20 pairs of on/off set points, has a minimum cycle time of one minute, and is suitable for individualized daily operation. A rechargeable super capacitor provides four days of backup power to maintain time and schedule settings. This timer can adjust for daylight saving time and leap year. The single-pole double-throw (SPDT) contacts are housed within a Noryl plastic alloy enclosure that meets NEMA-3R standards for water resistance and has a lockable hasp. The enclosure is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and mounts to an external surface. This digital timer is Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Listed and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certified for quality assurance and is suitable for controlling lighting, heaters, and equipment motors.SpecificationsSwitch typeDigital 7-day, 24-hour timer with 20 unique set points each dayInput power supply120-277 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6 W power consumption, automatic voltage detection, rechargeable super capacitor backupOutput contactsSPDT contacts, 30 amp load rating, 2 hp motor load ratingOn/off controlOne-minute minimum on/off cycle, up to 20 cycles per 24 hoursEnclosureNEMA-3R Noryl plastic alloy enclosure, indoor/outdoor use, external surface mountTerminal wire size range#8 to #16 AWG (American wire gauge)Operating temperature range-40 to +149 degrees F (-40 to +65 degrees C)Standards metUL Listed, CSA certifiedAutomatic switches are used to turn on or off electrical devices and are activated by time, light, and motion. Time activated switches (also known as timers) operate at preset time intervals during a daily or weekly period and can be either mechanical or electronic. Mechanical timers feature a dial with multiple pins to set the on/off time intervals. Electroni...

This NSi Industries EWZ101 digital time switch accepts 120-277 VAC input and its SPST output contacts can activate a 40 amp load or 2 hp motor. The switch automatically detects the input voltage and does not require manual voltage setting. This timer includes 20 pairs of on/off set points, has a minimum cycle time of one minute, and is suitable for individualized daily operation. A rechargeable super capacitor provides four days of backup power to maintain time and schedule settings. This timer can adjust for daylight saving time and leap year and compensate for sunrise and sunset variation based on Earth's latitude. The single-pole single-throw (SPST) contacts are housed within a Noryl plastic alloy enclosure that meets NEMA-3R standards for water resistance and has a lockable hasp. The enclosure is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and mounts to an external surface. This digital timer is Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Listed and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certified for quality assurance and is suitable for controlling lighting, heaters, and equipment motors.SpecificationsSwitch typeDigital 7-day, 24-hour timer with 20 unique set points each dayInput power supply120-277 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6 W power consumption, automatic voltage detection, rechargeable super capacitor backupOutput contactsSPST contacts, 40 amp load rating, 2 hp motor load ratingOn/off controlOne-minute minimum on/off cycle, up to 20 cycles per 24 hoursEnclosureNEMA-3R Noryl plastic alloy enclosure with clear plastic cover, indoor/outdoor use, external surface mountTerminal wire size range#8 to #16 AWG (American wire gauge)Operating temperature range-40 to +149 degrees F (-40 to +65 degrees C)Standards metUL Listed, CSA certifiedAutomatic switches are used to turn on or off electrical devices and are activated by time, light, and motion. Time activated switches (also known as timers) operate at preset time intervals during a daily or weekly period and can be either mechanical or electron...

We installed 4 ceiling fans which came with their own hand held remotes (with a wall holster). Frankly, given all the remotes we already had, having four more identical ones floating about just wasn't an option. So we purchased three of these and its worked out very well. They provide all the functions of the other remotes so there was no loss of function. However, they replace the wall mount power switch we used to have, and although it means standing up occasionally, they never get lost, or worse, wander into the wrong room. Its a two piece unit, with a receiver that mounts in the fan, and the transmitter that replaces the wall switch. The transmitter does have a 12v battery, instead of tapping the wall power, but that would also require extra electronics and cost.

The Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Wall Control is a versatile device that may be operated wirelessly or installed through direct wiring in place of an existing wall switch. It is compatible with both dimmable incandescent lights and on/off CFLs, and it uses 16 different selectable frequencies to control your fan and light fixture. One A23 battery is included.

I've been wanting to get these wall controls ever since I installed my ceiling fans 5 years ago but the price always seemed a little high. Finally, I just got them ( I needed 2 ). They installed really quick and look a lot better than having the included remote that came with the fans hanging on the wall. I only have 2 complaints. First, the appearance is nothing fancy. I have another wall control made by Hunter and it looks a lot more elegant. The buttons are different sizes indicating what speed the button corresponds to. However, this on also sits more flush with the wall, which is nice. My second complaint is the stupid painted on logo. This is just vanity from the company. I don't need your logo on my wall switches!

Did what it said, works fine. I used this to replace a broken wallswitch on an older Hampton Bay fan so did not need the receiver portion of this item. That part is for retrofitting a traditional fan where the speed controls are on the fan, usually with a pullchain. This wall switch also uses a battery which is included, but the packaging and description never mentioned it until I opened it up and read the instructions.

Yes remote only has two black wires- so you say it does not require neutral (which is where I have hard time understanding is how it can operate without neutral when what I call standing alone meaning not in the circuit) yes it is compatable as it does ie the remote work intermittently in the room where it is powering of the switch that runs the outlet like just now I went over and turned off the light but then subsequently it will not work again for awhile almost like it is loosing something and then regains it. I called the number on the insert and they sent me a wall unit that gets power from nine volt battery and it works fine but still want to use these in the other rooms.

There is even a Hampton Bay fan remote called the Universal Ceiling Fan/TV/DVD/Satellite Remote Control. Amazon.com does not have this one in stock, but it can be found in other places on the internet. Consumer reviews about this Hampton Bay remote are actually pretty positive, although they warn not to lose the manual to it, because it is almost impossible to get your hands on another one. The great thing about the universal remotes is that if you misplace or break the one you have, you can always buy a new one.

This Ceiling Fan Remote Control was a open item. The item in photos are the actual item you will be receiving. Contents have been inspected and tested. Box has cosmetic damage and will be reinforced for shipping as needed. ITEM IS MISSING COVER AND BATTERY. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS ATTACHED.

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