Remote Switch (3" or 5")



Cables get messy.  Several companies used to offer RF (Radio Frequency) wireless switches. One still does, for a good amount of $ ;-)  So I wanted to make something less expensive that does the same thing.  I've done so.  It does what it's supposed to, with switch-adapted toys or TV remotes, or switch interfaces, or anything that is switch-controlled." RJ :-)

The receiver plugs into your toy/remote/device/interface (1/8" or 3.5mm) and has its own on/off switch, which you must remember to turn off when not in use.  It uses 3 'button' (hearing aid) batteries available at any pharmacy.

The switch houses the electronics that transmit.  It is a momentary signal, meaning that it turns the receiver on for the moments that you are activating the switch. It also has its own on/off switch that you should remember to turn off when not in use.

I have posted a video of it on YouTube:

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