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Brennenstuhl 1507453 Remote Control Set 1 3 RCS 1000 Comfort

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Version10
  • Remote Control Set 1 + 3 RCS 1000 Comfort
  • The comfortable way for switching electrical equipment on/off by a remote control button
  • Plug receiver socket into the main socket and the appliance you wish to use into the receiver socket
  • Particularly suitable for operating lamps and other electrical items, which are inaccessible
  • Extremely useful for people with mobility difficulties
  • Switching capacity max
  • 1
  • 000 W
  • Childproof socket
  • Works up to a distance of 25 metres
  • Frequency 433,92 MHz
  • Scope of delivery: 1 x 4 channel sender, 3 x remote receivers sockets, 1 x 12 V battery type A23
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Brennenstuhl  1507453  Remote Control Set 1  3 RCS 1000 Comfort + 5 Pack x GP Alkaline 23AE 12V + Mercury 350.115 10A Five Piece Remote Control Mains Socket Adaptor Set
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Size: Version10
  • Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
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  • Item model number: 1507453
  • ASIN: B003BIFLSY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (255 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size Name: Version10

Say bye-bye standby with this energy saving remote control set from Brennenstuhl, the market leaders in electronic technology. The set includes 3 receiver sockets which can be plugged into any mains socket and then the electrical appliance is then plugged into the receiver. This then allows the electrical appliance to be switched on/off quickly and easily using the included remote up to a distance of 25m to prevent them from being left on standby, especially useful if the mains switch is particularly difficult to reach (i.e for operating lamps). In addition, all receiver sockets are childproof for additional safety and to give you extra piece of mind that Brennenstuhl is a brand that can be relied on. With decades of experience in the market, you can be assured that you will be provided with a superior quality product that will help you to cut your energy consumption and costs. An extremely useful tool in a world of rising energy prices!
 
Features:
  • 1 Remote + 3 receiver sockets
  • The safe and easy way of switching electrical equipment on/off by means of a remote control button
  • Plug receiver into mains socket and the appliance you wish to use into the receiver
  • Particularly suitable for operating lamps and other electrical items, which are inaccessible
  • Extremely useful for people who are ill or have mobility difficulties
  • Switching capacity 1000 W
  • Childproof sockets
  • Works up to a distance of 25 metres
  • Frequency 433,92MHz
Specification:
  • Connection: 1 Way
  • Material: Plastic
  • Number of Connectors: 3
  • Max. Connection Performance: 1000w
  • Range: 25m
  • Supply Voltage: 230v
  • Colour: White
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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Timothy Griffin on 9 May 2010
Size: Version10
First impressions are good. The receivers are a little bulky, about the size of a nightlight, but feel very solid and hold the piggybacking plug tightly.

The handset and receivers are paired by setting matching patterns on a row of five switches, which will allow multiple sets of handsets and receivers to be used without interfering with each other.

As they use radio rather than infrared, you don't need a clear line of sight for them to work.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By J. H. Tait on 28 Sept. 2010
Size: Version10
Specification was lacking from Amazon page at the time of purchase. Power handling capacity is 1kW max. Insertion of 13 amp plug / device does require some force, as one reviewer states; this is not a problem with the safety shutter, it appears the plug pins are just a very tight fit. Set-up, which uses recessed circuit board switches, is fairly straightforward, only requiring a small screwdriver, metal nail file etc. Good instruction book. Remote control works throughout house without any problem. Remote controller and controlled sockets appear mechanically substantial. Electronics in the remote controller are built on a substantial printed circuit board. Uses a miniature 12V battery (A23) to power the controller - this is not as widely stocked as, say AA, but is not difficult to obtain.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R on 5 Sept. 2010
Size: Version10 Verified Purchase
These remote control sockets work really well. They give a nice reassuring clicking sound from the energy saving socket themselves when you turn them on and off - helps to acknowledge they are on/off when they are out of sight. They also have a red LED light so you can see when they are switched on. Only downside is the need to unscrew (with a very small philips screw driver) a small cover on the back of the energy saving socket to give access to set-up the receiver code number - why didn't they make it like a normal clip on/off type cover (like you would have for a battery compartment) I don't know. They are German made so I'm confident they will be reliable - if I can help it I always buy German - white goods, cars etc - they never seem to break down. The remote is well made too, solid and the sockets always seem to respond well to the remote control commands. Like has been said - it as an RF remote control so works when out of sight form the sockets, through walls/ceilings etc. All for less than £20 - bargain.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo on 24 Nov. 2012
Size: Version10 Verified Purchase
The instructions that come with this item are not very clear to say the least.
So hopefully the following will make more sense.
First you need to label each plug "A"; "B" & "C". These letters will correspond to the letters on the Remote Control.
At the back of each plug is a small screw which you have to unscrew and remove the cover.
Inside you will see some very small switches, they are numbered 1;2;3;4;5;A;B;C;D.
The factory setting is for all of these to be down except "D" which is up.
First push the "D" switch down & the "A" switch up (on the "A" plug, you'll do the same on plugs "B" & "C", but pushing up their respective letter.).
Now you have to choose a code using the numbers 1 - 5. You use the same code on all the plugs, plus the remote control. For example you may use 1;2;3 - You simply push up the switches 1;2;3 & you will already have pushed up the corresponding plug letter.
Do the same on the remote control, (Where the battery is) no letters on the remote control switches. That's it, plug in your device and the left-hand button switches the device on & the right-hand switches it off. Note the "D" switch is not used.
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100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By G. Mackey on 31 July 2010
Size: Version10 Verified Purchase
I bought these on the strength of T Griffin's review & I thank him for it. The Brennenstuhl sockets are very well made, with a nice transmitter. They are also quite compact, compared with my previous remote-controlled sockets. The transmission range is also good: I can operate the sockets from anywhere in my house. A nice touch is the red indicator that lets you know that the socket has turned on. Some other brands don't have this feature, which is a pity as it's quite useful.

Setting up the sockets is fairly easy, but some people may not agree with this. To set them up, you have to arrange a row of dip-switches on the remote, then remove the covers on each socket & set them up individually. As I am used to setting up electronics, it was easy for me, but I envisage that inexperienced people could struggle for a while. You also need some small Jeweller's screwdrivers (or similar) to facilitate set-up.

It would help if Brannenstuhl supplied the sockets with the most popular setting already programmed in, then they would work sraight from the box. Another point that Brannenstuhl should look at is the 13 Amp socket. With a name like Brannenstuhl, you may guess that these sockets originate outside Britain. When you plug in an appliance, this becomes more obvious, as you really have to apply pressure to get the plug home. This seems to be a slight design flaw, as the UK earth pin is supposed to open the Line & Neutral shutters for smooth access, & this doesn't fully happen with the Brannenstuhl sockets. It isn't a major snag. but, if you purchase these sockets, you should be aware of it.

In summary, these are the best remote sockets I have used to date, & I have reviewed three types for Amazon. Just bear in mind the (very minor) problems. If Brannenstuhl sort these out, they are easily worth 5 stars
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