Remote control 13A British electric power outlets With wireless switch or radio receiver and RF transmitter and ac power plugs.
Wireless remote control sockets can be used in industry automation, agriculture automation and home automation, such as remote control lights, single phase motor, fans, electric solenoid valves, business signs and various devices.
Wireless remote control, easy to install.
Universal input: Support voltage of AC110V (100V~120V), widely used in US, Canada... and voltage of AC220V (200V~240V), used in UK, France...
AC Power Output: It can control AC equipment with voltage 110V / 120V / 220V / 240V AC.
High Power: It can work at maximum current 13A.
You can turn on/ off wireless socket with transmitter (remote control) from any place within a reliable distance.
Wireless RF signal can pass through walls, floors, doors or windows.
With reverse power protection and over current protection.
Reliable control: Wireless socket only works with the transmitter which use same code.
One/several transmitters can control one/several wireless socket simultaneously.
You can use two or more units in the same place.
Wireless Socket Parameters:
Model No.: S1PX-UK-AC
With British Standards Plug and Socket.
Power Supply (Operating Voltage): AC100~240V (110V/120V/220V/240V)
Output: AC100~240V (110V/120V/220V/240V)
Channel: One socket and one AC plug
Selectable Modes: Self-locking, Momentary, Interlocking
Static Current: ≤6mA
Maximum Working Current of Power Socket: 13A
Working Frequency: 433.92MHz
PCB size: 90 x 59 x 18 mm (3.5 x 2.3 x 0.7 inches)
Case size: 100 x 68 x 50 mm (4.0 x 2.7 x 2.0 inches)
Model No.: CWB-1 / CWB-2
Channel/Button: 1 (CWB-1) / 2 (CWB-2)
Button Symbol: No symbol (CWB-1) / A, B (CWB-2)
Operating Voltage: 6V (2 x CR2016 -3V button cell batteries, can be used for 12 months)
Operating Current: 5mA
Operating Frequency: 433.92MHz
Transmitting Distance: 50m / 150ft (theoretically)
Modulation Mode: ASK
Operating Temperature: -20 ° C to +70 ° C
Unit Size: 56mm x 32mm x 12mm
The receiver can work with different transmitters, such as model C-1 / C-2 (100 Meter / 300 feet range), CP-1 / CP-2 (500 Meter / 1500 feet range), or CB-1 / CB-2 (1000 Meter / 3000 feet range).
When you set the receiver in Self-locking mode or Momentary mode, it should work with single button transmitter, such as model C-1, CP-1, or CB-1.
When you set the receiver in Interlocking mode, it should work with two buttons transmitter, such as model C-2, CP-2, or CB-2.
With a transmitter (such as CWB-2) to form a complete set, the maximum working distance can reach 50M in an open ground.
The maximum working distance is a theoretical data, it shall be operated in an open ground, no barriers, no any interference. But in the practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls or other constructions, and will be interfered by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual distance may not reach this maximum working distance.
If you want to have a further working range, you can install an external antenna to wireless socket, and you also can use a powerful transmitter, such as CB series transmitters.
Wireless remote control sockets can be used to control AC 110~240V equipments.
Setting different control modes:
1) Setting Self-locking mode (working with transmitter CWB-1): Only connect Jumper-2(CN2)
Press button of the transmitter: The socket outputs AC power, the connected device works.
Press button of the transmitter again:: The socket stops outputting, the connected device stopped working.
2) Setting Momentary mode (working with transmitter CWB-1): Only connect Jumper-1(CN1)
Press and hold button of the transmitter: The socket outputs AC power, the connected device works.
Release button of the transmitter: The socket stops outputting, the connected device stopped working.
3) Setting Interlocking mode (working with transmitter CWB-2): Do not connect Jumper-1(CN1) and Jumper-2(CN2)
Press button A of the transmitter: The socket outputs AC power, the connected device works.
Press button B of the transmitter: The socket stops outputting, the connected device stopped working.