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    12v 4 channel remote switches



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    Long story short...
    On the Swift the main habitation light switch is by the rear habitation door....
    Nuisance in the dark IF we get in/out of the front cab doors....
    No easy route to put another switch in the cab SO bought one of these...

    eMylo(R) DC 12V Two Transmitters 4X 1 Channel RF Wireless Remote Control Receiver Light Switch Transmitter Controller: Amazon.co.uk: DIY & Tools

    2 remote fobs (4 buttons) and 4 separate remote switches (one for each button on the fob)
    Bit of wiring behind the main switch and I can switch theain lights on/off from the cab or outside etc.

    Ill be using one of the other channels for some led lights on the sides of the van for when parking in awkward places in the dark etc.
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    You could fit them to your electric step
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    Perhaps try one on the ebber to turn it on.

    Alf





    Quote Originally Posted by mistericeman View Post
    Long story short...
    On the Swift the main habitation light switch is by the rear habitation door....
    Nuisance in the dark IF we get in/out of the front cab doors....
    No easy route to put another switch in the cab SO bought one of these...

    eMylo(R) DC 12V Two Transmitters 4X 1 Channel RF Wireless Remote Control Receiver Light Switch Transmitter Controller: Amazon.co.uk: DIY & Tools

    2 remote fobs (4 buttons) and 4 separate remote switches (one for each button on the fob)
    Bit of wiring behind the main switch and I can switch theain lights on/off from the cab or outside etc.

    Ill be using one of the other channels for some led lights on the sides of the van for when parking in awkward places in the dark etc.

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    Mine does the lights and door step entry lite.
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    Only dirty people wash
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