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CAT # RC-11 3 out of 5 stars(5 Reviews) Write a Review

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Control 12 Vdc devices using keychain on/off remote switch. Ideal for automotive applications, but can also be adapted to home use with the addition of a 12 Volt relay. Black-box receiver switches 12 Vdc loads up to 15 Amps when prompted by two-button keychain transmitter control. Receiver is 2.5" x 1.8" x 0.9" thick. Operates on small 12V alkaline batteries VR22/CN22/CN23A (our CAT# BAT-27). Includes two keychain transmitters with batteries and hook-up diagram.
WARNING: May cause cancer or reproductive harm.
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not as advertised 1 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from Edmond Oklahoma

Though advertised as working on 12 volts, my remote seemed DOA until I changed power supplies to give it a higher peak voltage. The internal relay only pulls in starting at 12.8v, and is reliable at >13v. So don't count on a tightly regulated supply such as a switching supply or a stand-alone 12v battery. Unfortunately this makes it hardly useful for my project.

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Worked! Then Didn't! 1 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from USA

I had this in an automobile 12v 7amp application working for about two weeks. I probably activated and deactivated it about 25 times before it would no longer turn off.
It seems when a load is on it doesn't want to turn off. If there is no load it works fine. I tried a load as small as 100mA and even that caused a delay issue in going off.
Maybe I just got a bad one, don't know. But I recommend using a relay with this item to reduce the load. I tried a relay with mine but the damage is done and unit still does the same thing.

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One out of two worked good. 3 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from Pennsylvania

Installed one of these to remotely turn on the lights in my shed. Used a solar panel, then a controller plus an SLA battery to provide power. Set for 13.6 volts DC output. Then used this to turn the power inverter on to turn the lights on.

The first remote control was DOA. Replaced it with the second one I bought and it is working good so far. My first thought was that the batteries in the key fobs of the first unit may be weak or bad. Swapped those batteries with the ones in the remote controller that worked. Still did not function. Not sure why. Will have to buy another one so I can use the same setup in my other shed.

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Garden Rail 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from 30 miles from Melbourne Australia

Read an article on a garden train web site. I immediately contacted All Electronics who were very helpful in sending me 2. I have used 1 to control an auto relay, which in turn carries the power to my tracks. I can switch off
the system from any where around my lay out in an emergency ( a derailment etc) The second unit is still in its box. I am hoping to use it to assist in controlling a 1/24 scale vehicle I am trying fit with a small motor
The unit it a great accessory to my railway

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What A Boon 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from Moab, Utah

I have a crap-for DSL that requires the modem be cold reset from time to time. It's a gigantic pain and the teleco is NO HELP. I wired this little guy in and now I can reset the modem from two different locations in the house. Thanks a Ton AE!

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