SONOFF RM433 Remote Controller

SONOFF RM433 Remote Controller

Item number 56304 Brand Itead Model IM190314042 Share
€ 3,65€ 3,00 Excl. BTW (NL)
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The RM433 remote controller is an advanced version for 4-button RF with 433MHz. Designed with 8 buttons to perform various functions in running on different types of devices. Such as fan speed adjustment, brightness setting, etc. The simple and stylish look gives any surface a beautiful decor when it is stored on the wall. Strong compatibility.

It can be paired to control SONOFF BASICRF, RFR3, Slampher, iFan03, D1, 4CHProR2, TX series, 433 RF Bridge and other devices supporting 433 communication protocol and other devices supporting 433 communication protocol. Pairing with your devices is extremely simple and takes no time at all, simply press any button on the remote controller to pair with the device you need to control.

  • RF frequentie: 433MHz
  • Buttons: 8
  • Dimensions: 86 x 45 x 12.5mm
  • 12V 27A Batterij included

Compatible with
  • Sonoff BASICRFR3
  • Sonoff 4CHPROR2
  • Sonoff Slampher
  • Sonoff D1 Wi-Fi smart dimmer
  • Sonoff TX series (T1, T2, T3) Wi-Fi smart switches
  • Sonoff iFan03 Wi-Fi Fan & Light Controller
  • Other devices supporting 433MHz (1527 code)

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Q Belgium GunterIk heb 2 4CHProR2 devices. Kan met deze 8 knoppen ik de 2x4 relais van mijn devices bedienen ? Answer this question
Q The Netherlands SanderDo I need a bridge to pair with a sonoff mini? Or is there a better alternative to directly address the sonoff mini? Answer this question

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