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KnightsBridge Remote Controlled IP66 Weatherproof Outdoor Switch Box £51.63
A wireless waterproof 13A RC outdoor remote control switch box. Wall mountable boxes by KnightsBridge are a tough, durable remote control garden light switch ideal for use in farms, garages, gardens and Halloween/Christmas Lights.
Featuring remote control operation at a range of up to 20m, enabling control of up to 3/5 separate devices with a rating of
The knightsbridge remote controlled ip66 weatherproof outdoor switch box has an IP66 rating, ensuring protection against water jets and dust from all directions.
These remote switch boxes feature convenient 20mm cable gland connections.
There are 15 reviews with an average rating of 4.93
sargy from United Kingdom22 December 2015 11:48
bought the 3 gang remote box for garden pond and lights, easy to fit and works perfectly. Would highly recommend product and Electrical Europe as item was well priced and delivered very promptly
Matthew from United KingdomOwner04 May 2016 17:51
I have been looking for a product like this to switch my pond pumps and pond lights on and off. The remote makes it soo simple to turn what I want on and when. The remote also works from quite a considerable distance away (better than expected)! Highly recommended product, thanks
EmpireRick from United KingdomOwner04 May 2016 18:55
Smaller than others I have looked at, does the job without any fuss.
EmpireRick from United KingdomOwner07 May 2016 09:54
Purchased this to remote control lights and water features in my garden. Compact size 5 way unit with a good range for the transmitter
Hawmouse from United KingdomOwner04 September 2016 16:17
I needed a remote switch for 5 things on my pond. The electrician fitted the 5 gang KnightsBridge unit and it's excellent! I can turn the waterfall off when it's windy without going out!
Mike from United Kingdom asks
Hi. I have recently bought & installed the 3-way version of this Switch. It works great. If I bought a second switch, would the controllers clash and the remote controls try to control both switches? Best regards. Mike Finch
John from United Kingdom asks
I was thinking of using this in my garage so when i come home at night to bring on the garage light and also the outside light is that ok to do that?
Peter from United Kingdom asks
In the event of a loss of power e.g. a power cut, when power is reconnected does the switch box resume the supply to the connected devices i.e. Is the supply latched? For example if a pond pump is powered from the switch box, following a resumption of power after a cut, will the pump still operate or will it need switching on via the remote?
Steve from United Kingdom asks
The review state that the remote has a good range. Can you please advise if this includes going through concrete walls. Many thanks
Igor from United Kingdom asks
Hi, is it possible to purchase an additional remote control, and - control the box from both conntrollers - in case the original remote get damaged, would I also need to replace the box?
David from United Kingdom asks
I installed one of these for garden lighting and the customer was very happy. She now says she has lost the remote control and has asked me to get a replacement. Would you be able to get one for me please?
Jim from United States asks
What is the largest wire gauge you can use to connect equipment to the boxes.
Colin from Cyprus asks
Hi. Long story but..... to avoid too much cabling can I use a common neutral & earth and use the switch to just switch the 5 different live connections? Thanks
Phil from United Kingdom asks
I’m installing 5 outdoor brick lights. Does each light go into the box or can they be daisy chained off one connector in the box .