Tip & How-To about Miscellaneous
I found a cheap and easy way to remote control certain lighting (like for bookcases, glass display cases, accent lights, etc, without having to spend exorbitant amounts of money and can control (3) separate lights with (1) controller. The tip: Use a plug-n-play light controller that is usually used for Christmas lighting! The kits consist of (1) controller/transmitter and (3) receivers. Each receiver is labeled (A), (B) and (C). Just plug whatever light you wish to control into a receiver and plug that receiver into a wall outlet. Repeat for the other 2. The controller/transmitter has 3 buttons, 1 for the A, B and C receiver. Just a simple turn on/turn off. I bought a kit like this at Walmart for $20.00 and it's been great being able to turn on a nf off lights that were difficult to reach or a pain to run extension cords. You can also buy more kits on different frequencies, so as not to turn on/off items already setup. Cheap and easy to install. You'll be amazed at how many uses you can find for these.
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