Wireless Light Switch

ferrari599

Standard Member
I want to relocate six switches to one location, however I can not run wires here. Does anyone have any reccomendations on wireless light switches? I do not need dimming.

Thanks
 

dobbin

Novice Member

ntslik

Novice Member
I would also look at the Rako or Get wireless solutions, althoug you say you don't need dimming, it can offer you an amazing features
 

vex

Novice Member
hi

tgood solution could be rako - they use wirless control,
try http://www.rakolighting.com/

they do a remote switching unit http://www.rakolighting.com/shop/product/7

hope this helps

nick
That a shop rather than the manufacturer, try www.rakocontrols.com for the actual manufacturer.

As ntslik said the other option is GET, which has most of the functions of Rako but can only handle 4 mood settings or can be switched to control 4 individual circuits. So it is a bit limited but it is about 2/3rds of the price.

HTH Chris
 

mr trent

Standard Member
Rakos good, but have a look at the wisebox / wisedim control from mr resistor. it controls individual circuits (max watt 700 per circuit) and has a remote control, keyfob, wallswitch, pir, loads of accessories and stuff. ive got one in my house and it does the trick nicely.

have a look anyway, you might like it.

http://www.mr-resistor.co.uk/controls.aspx?t=466
 
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reece182

Guest
I was after a similar setup as iv been renovatin flats and looked at what 'mr trent' suggested;

''mr trent Rakos good, but have a look at the wisebox / wisedim control from mr resistor. it controls individual circuits (max watt 700 per circuit) and has a remote control, keyfob, wallswitch, pir, loads of accessories and stuff. ive got one in my house and it does the trick nicely.

have a look anyway, you might like it.

http://www.mr-resistor.co.uk/controls.aspx?t=466 ''

This appears like it can do what i want of it after clicking on the link it looks like im working quite close to one of their showroomsa dn ill pop in soon and let everyone know the deal ;p
 

Oscarp

Standard Member
Hi reece182 ,
Do you have an update on your thoughts about the wisedim... I'm interested!!!
OscarP
 

davee

Active Member
The wisebox is a good solution at a reasonable price. You can control your outside lights too.:smashin:
 

ColinGeorge

Standard Member
Moeller make a great and the simplest solution. Here is the link Moeller - Xcomfort Building Automation

You can buy from most electrical wholesalers on a 3 day lead time. My wholesaler does them and they are a national so will have a branch local to you. You jusy have an actuator that sits in the ceiling above the light and then switches stuck or screwed or remotes wherever.
 

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