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oshawa

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Post Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:12 am

I recently had installed a wall bed that has -4- LED lights installed in the upper 'ceilings'. -2- are above the bed frame and -1- each above the side frames. When the bed is down the -4- lights are controlled by a single switch which is only accessible when the bed is down. I would like to be able to switch the -2- side frame lights on/off by a separate switch. Currently the -4- lights are fed from a 9W LED power supply (input 110V, output 700mA). I would like to install another identical power supply feeding the -2- existing side frames lights and a switchable device and remote switch. Can anyone suggest an on/off switch and a remote switch that would accomplish this…..Thank-you.
bad venge

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Post Fri Nov 15, 2013 7:11 pm

https://www.oznium.com/power-adapters/ac-adapter the 2 amp would be more then enough and any switch would do , if you want to be fancy one of the remote switches would work as well
corvettecrazy

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Post Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:20 pm

Need to be careful. Sounds like all 4 of the lights are on the same driver. Until you know how the lights are wired and the type of driver, then you can't just split it up.
oshawa

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Post Sat Nov 16, 2013 6:01 am

Currently the power supply feeds all -4- lights and is controlled by a single switch. My plans are to separate the lights into pairs, leave -2- on the same switch and power supply, install (another) duplicate power supply for the -2- remaining lights. It is these lights that i would like to control with a remote FOB switching a suitable on/off switch.
I'm hoping that i can purchase a FOB and a on/off switch as a package if possible. Thanks for your interest.
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Post Sat Nov 16, 2013 6:33 am

oshawa

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Post Sat Nov 16, 2013 7:07 am

It will now become abundantly clear that 'electrics' is not my suit.
The remote switch you recommend is considered a means of switching an 'electrical device' from a remote location. That's all is does, correct? This electrical device that is inter- wired between the power supply and the lights receives a signal from the remote switch (FOB) and controls the on/off function of the electrical device.
What i believe i need is a recommendation (ordering info) for the 'electrical device' that is inter-wired between the lights and the power supply���.. Thanks again.
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Post Sun Nov 17, 2013 1:01 pm

You'd need the power supply and the remote listed to turn on/off the lights
do to the tech tab on the remote for wiring info
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