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Infared Socket controller

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by Mackster, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. Mackster

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    Hi Guys,

    I have a standard lamp that powers on and off via a wall socket. Anyone know of a way I can turn it on and off from my Pronto ?

    Paul
     
  2. SimonO

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  3. Mackster

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    Thanks Simon O, looks just what I was after
     
  4. calscot

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  5. SimonO

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    They may not be the cheapest, but I've always found their service to be first rate...
     
  6. pwafer

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    If you want to integrate your standard lamp with the rest of your lighting, try having a look at www.rakocontrols.com

    Quite expensive compared to B&Q dimmers, but very flexible if your looking at home cinema or whole home control.

    Paul
     

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