Nedis is simplifying the light lamps and bulbs control, eliminating the need for wires. Using the Nedis RF Built-In Switch Module (RFPSD110WT) together with one of the Nedis Wireless Remote Buttons (Single button RFWS10WT or double button RFWS20WT ) you can easily control any* ceiling light lamp or bulb without the need of running the wires for the switch.
|No HUB Required
This very small but powerful dimmable light switch works independently from any other hub or needing an extra gateway. The frequency used is the common RF 433.92 MHz and it can be used with almost any receiver or other system, operating on the same 433.92 MHz frequency. For the best result though, we recommend you using it with Nedis products available for sale on SmartyHome Shop.
|Easy to install and setup
A small form factor of only 7cm by 5cm and 3cm depth, is designed to easily fit in a standard installation box with at least 31.5mm in depth.
Peering with one of the above-mentioned light switch buttons (RFWS10WT or RFWS20WT), it’s as easy as long-pressing the “Learning” button on the RF Built-In switch and then long-pressing the button on the remote control (RFWS10WT or RFWS20WT). This Built-In switch can work with multiple buttons at the same time, up to 5, thus making it a great solution for hallways or large rooms where you need 2 or more light switch buttons to control the light in the room. This solution is not only replacing the wires you need to run from the light bulb to the switch button, but also you don’t need to understand how to create the electrical circuit used with a 2way switch and a 3way switch that can be very daunting or overcomplicated sometimes.
The dimming function can be achieved using one of the 2 remote buttons also sold by Smarty Home Shop, (RFWS10WT or RFWS20WT). After peering the button with the RF Built-In Switch (RFPSD110WT), when the light is on, by pressing twice the switch-on position on the switch, the light bulb will start waving from maximum light intensity to minimum and back. By pressing again once the on position on the light switch, the bulb will retain the light intensity it had at that moment in time. Afterwards, switching it off and on, the light intensity stays as previously defined.
*Not suitable for LED Bulbs