Vlad's Gadgets

What will he buy next?

Uniden Laser Pico Projector ULP-1000

Imagine a portable projector, as small as an iPhone, that can project a sharp widescreen image onto any surface and does not need to be focused. On top of that,…

Uniden Laser Pico Projector ULP-1000 (Microvision SHOWWX)
Are Laser Pointers Legal in Australia?

Yes, Laser Pointers are legal in Australia, but they have become more heavily regulated since mid-2008. The Australian Customs Service and most Australian State Governments toughened regulations on laser pointers…

Are Laser Pointers Legal in Australia?
Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3

In a previous post I explained how on my main desktop system - a socket-775 Core 2 Duo E4500 system - I can only access 3.25GB out of 4GB of…

Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3
Brief Blogs for Week Ending 2012-08-09

Comprehensive article on Lifehacker has lots of advice on how to protect your gadgets from theft: http://t.co/HGJ6UeRI ->

Excellent tip: To find great deals on Gumtree/eBay/Craigslist, include the search keyword "moving"…

Welcome to Vlad’s Gadgets

Welcome to Vlad's Gadgets! This site is under construction. Soon, there will be all sorts of interesting stories about gadgets I have bought.

PreviousNext
  • Find VladsGadgets on Facebook
  • Follow VladsGadgets on Twitter
  • Subscribe by email

    Enter your email address:


Efergy RF Remote Controlled Power Switch (Stand-By Eliminator)

Written by Vlad on September 21, 2010 – 6:21 pm - 4,280 views

Efergy Standby Eliminator (RF Remote Controlled Power Switch) showing 4 receivers and remote control

Remote Controlled Power Switches let you turn any mains appliance on and off with a remote control.

They consist of a remote control and a set of receivers. You plug each receiver into a separate power point, which turns it into a remote controlled power point. You then plug the devices that you want to control into each receiver.

I purchased the Efergy Standby Eliminator, which comes as a set consisting of four receivers and a remote control, from CatchOfTheDay for $40 each.

The Efergy product uses radio frequencies (RF) instead of infra-red light, so the remote control does not need a line-of-sight to the receiver. This means that you can install them behind cabinets and tables. A single remote can control 4 different outlets.

Why I purchased the Efergy Remote Controlled Power Switch

(more…)


Tags: , , ,
Posted in Consumer Electronics, Home Automation | 6 Comments »

css.php