Why Wireless Controls?

Wireless controls are the best solution for any switch installation where running wires is difficult or expensive.

With traditional controls, installing a switch requires physically running wire from a fixture to the switch, which typically involves cutting through walls and complex wiring know-how. Electrical signals are sent through the installed wire from the switch to the controlled fixture.

Wireless controls skip the whole “running wire” part. A wireless light switch sends a wireless signal straight to a controlling receiver, telling the receiver to turn a light on or off.

This shortscut drastically simplifies the installation, reducing installation costs. Wireless control technology is especially useful in remodeling and retrofit projects, or in situations where cutting through walls is especially difficult, like in a log or adobe home.

Switch sending a wireless signal


TLDR;
• Install switch anywhere without wiring
• No ripping down walls
• Easy installation

Self-Powered Switch Technology


Because the switch is self-powered, you don’t have to worry about replacing batteries and the switch can be installed virtually anywhere.

The self-powered switch requires no batteries or wires because of a built in micro-generator module that creates a small amount of electricity every time the switch is pressed. This converted energy is used to power a transmitter that sends radio signals to receivers.

The power harvesting module

Our sophisticated self-powered switch will send a signal when you press the switch, and when you stop pressing the switch. This makes it capable of supporting dimming, with an appropriate dimming receiver wired to a dimming receiver.

RunLessWire Wireless Switch Kits arrive at your home already linked together and ready to install.
Unlike some wireless control technologies, our controls use unique identifiers for each kit, operating on a frequency that won’t interfere with other devices, and won’t receive interference from other devices. Multiple kits can be installed in the same area.
Our switches transmit long distances, up to 150 feet away.

Simple Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• One Wireless Switch
• One Receiver

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3-Way Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• Two Wireless Switches
• One Receiver

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Smooth Dimming Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• One Wireless Switch
• One Dimming Receiver

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Plug-In Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• One Wireless Switch
• One Plug-In Receiver

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Dual Rocker Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• One Dual Rocker Wireless Switch
• Two Receivers

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Two Receiver Wireless Switch Kit

Includes

• One Wireless Switch
• Two Receivers

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