Bestselling Ceiling Fan Remote Controls in 2021
HIYILL 18R/ST6 Universal Ceiling Fan Remote Control Kit, Green
- For incandescent lighting system only
Ceiling Fan Reverse Remote Control by Ceiling Fan Remote Controls
- THIS IS NOT A SET. THIS IS FOR THE HANDHELD REMOTE ONLY
- 3 speed (H, M, L)
- Light on/off and dimmer
- Reverse function
Pikeman - Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replace Hampton Bay Harbor Breeze Hunter KUJCE9103 2AAZPFAN-53T FAN-11T FAN-53T (Just Remote Control)
- It is only a transmitter. This Package does not include a receiver. If your original transmitter looks different from this product, Please purchase a complete kit with a receiver in the store. Note: seasonal changes of forward and reverse cannot be changed with remote
- This transmitter is to be purchased only to replace the remote your Fan was originally installed with. You cannot simply add this unit to any Fan that does not already have a receiver pre-installed
- Look inside the old remote with the battery cover off. There is a series of "dip" switches (4). with a pen, slide the switches in the new remote to match the same pattern as the old remote. Replace the battery in the new remote and things should work
- This is the remote control for the Ceiling Fan. As long as the Fan has the receiver in it this remote will work with your Harbor breeze Ceiling fans, just remember to set the 4 dip switches inside the battery compartment(they are kinda hidden behind the slot for the battery itself)
- Make sure the original receiver model is fan-28r or fan-18r, or make sure your original transmitter model is fan-hd5 or fan-53t, otherwise the remote control may not match your receiver
Brand New Harbor Breeze CHQ7030T Ceiling Fan & Light Wireless Remote Control
- THIS IS NOT A SET. THIS IS FOR THE HANDHELD REMOTE ONLY.
- This remote has 4 dip switches in the battery compartment.
- Please note this will not work in place of Harbor Breeze Remote CF125T which looks very similar to this remote.
Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
- This kit converts regular ceiling fan into a remote controllable one.
- This remote control is designed to separately control your ceiling fan speed and light.
- The screen displays HI, MED, LOW, OFF modes to control the fan speed and off.
- It has both fan and light timer button to program the fan and light.
- The thermostatic button on the transmitter will automatically set fan when press.
HIYILL Ceiling Fan Remote Control of Replacement for Hampton Bay UC7078T with Reverse
- 1. High, medium and low speeds plus instant off button Full range fan light dimmer (only to be used with Incandescent or energy-saving Light Bulbs)
- 2. It is only a transmitter. This package does not include a receiver. Make sure your original remote the same as the picture shows.
- 3. Light on/off and dimmer function. This remote operates: Down lights (with dimming), Reverse, Fan off, Fan speed low, Fan speed Medium, Fan speed High
- 4. This remote includes all the fan speed and light buttons as well as the REVERSE button. The matched receiver must support the reverse function.
- 5. This is the remote control for the ceiling fan. They should match the switches on the transmitter inside the ceiling fan. As long as the fan has the receiver in it this remote will work with your Hampton Bay ceiling fans. Just remember to set the 4 dip switches inside the battery compartment( they are kinda hidden behind the slot for the battery itself).
Hampton Bay 70830 FBA_191 691 Fan Remote
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HIYILL Hampton Bay Remote Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replacement of UC7078T with Up and Down Light -HD6 (Remote Control ONLY)
Fnado F2-U [Fixed Code] Universal Ceiling Fan Lamp Remote Controller Kit & Timing Wireless Remote Control For Hunter/Harbor Breeze/Westinghouse/Honeywell/Other Ceiling Fan
Eogifee Ceiling Fan Remote Control of Replacement for Hampton Bay UC7078T with Reverse
- Replacement for Hampton Bay UC7078T,CHQ7078T.
- IT IS ONLY A TRANSMITTER. This package does not include a receiver. 9V battery is NOT INCLUDE.
- This remote control is designed to separately control your ceiling fan speed and reverse. Make sure your original remote the same as the picture shows. It has 3-speed(Low/Medium/High) to control fan.
- This is the remote control for the ceiling fan. They should match the switches on the transmitter inside the ceiling fan. As long as the fan has the receiver in it this remote will work with your Hampton Bay ceiling fans. Just remember to set the 4 dip switches inside the battery compartment(they are kinda hidden behind the slot for the battery itself).
- Look inside the old remote with the battery cover off. There is a series of "DIP" switches(4) with a pen, slide the switches in the new remote to match the same pattern as the old remote. Replace the battery in the new remote and things should work.
Hunter 99123 Universal Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control, Desert Platinum Finish
- Complete fan and light operation in a two-wire control
- Separate buttons for three fan speeds, plus "instant off"
- Full-range light dimming and manual operation with wall switch plate
- Auto detection to switch between incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs
- One-year Warranty
Hunter 99122 Universal 3 Speed Ceiling Fan/Light Remote Control
- Full-range light dimming and manual light operation with wall switch access plate
- Includes separate buttons for 3 fan speeds plus "instant off" for quick fan control
- Auto-detection feature automatically switches between incandescent and CFL bulbs to prohibit light dimming if non-dimming CFL bulbs are used
- Includes wall cradle for handheld remote control.Complete fan and light operation in a 2-wire control
- One-year warranty
Litex WCI-100 Wall Command Universal Ceiling Fan Control, Three Speeds and Full Range Dimmer
- Controls 3-speeds (high/medium/low) - plus instant-Off Button
- Full range light dimmer button controls the brightness of the light
- Works with down rod mounted fans, flush mounted and vaulted positions
- Easy installation - Wall unit (2 wire replacement) and receiver
- 1 year limited warranty
Remote Ceiling Fan Installation
With some patience and time you can install a ceiling fan. Remotes come with the newer models.
Multiple fans in a room will require even adjustments between them. Two fans will need double the distance between them than what they are from the walls. This allows for even airflow.
Before you start cutting out a huge hole in the ceiling, drill a small hole through the sheetrock or wood. Go up into the attic to locate the hole, and determine the distance from the closest junction box.
You will need enough wire to go from there to where you are going to wire up the new ceiling fan. Should you want a switch in case the remote is temporarily lost, you will also need that much more wire going across the ceiling and down into the wall.
Having a switch will require more wiring since you will need to attach wire from an existing junction box all the way to the switch. The other side of the switch will have wiring from it to the new junction box for the remote ceiling fan.
Make sure you buy wiring specifically for the ceiling fan. This is usually four wires with insulation in colors of white, black, blue and green. The green may be substituted for yellow or some other color.
White is your neutral wire, black is the hot wire, blue is for the light, and green is for grounding. Have your wire laid out, but not wired up yet. There is still another step that is more crucial to your ceiling fan installation.
Go back to where you drilled the hole in the ceiling. Look at the direction the ceiling joists are running so that you can make a junction box support between the two closest joists. If you have no idea how to do this, consult your local hardware store for advice.
Explain in detail the weight of the fan, how the ceiling joists run, and ask them what would be the best method of securing the ceiling fan from falling. Hopefully when you drilled the hole it was not into a ceiling joist.
You cannot cut a section out to have it centered. The tiny drilled hole in the ceiling then needs to be made large enough to access the junction box. It does not need to be any larger.
Once you have the junction box secured into the ceiling, you can then run the wire through from the attic. WITH THE ELECTRICITY OFF, attach the wiring to the closest junction box and down to the switch.
The next step will be to run wire from the switch to the new remote ceiling fan. Have someone hold the ceiling fan while you wire it up, otherwise you will need a support hook to keep from dropping it.
Should you choose to install a light onto the ceiling fan, secure the fan to the ceiling first. Remove the plate for the light fixture. You are now ready to wire up the light fixture.
As soon as that is done, have a screwdriver and screws handy to secure the new light fixture to the remote ceiling fan. Assuming this the only remote ceiling fan, you will not need to adjust the DIP switches before securing the fan to the ceiling.
If it is not your only remote ceiling fan, hopefully you changed the pattern for the DIP switches so you are not turning off all the remote fans at once. Turn the electricity back on, and check to see that the fan is working properly as well as the light.
Should there be any issues, turn the electricity back off and make adjustments. Never test the fan without it being secured to the ceiling. This would cause serious injury to yourself and anyone else standing nearby.
Hopefully all goes well, and you will have your remote ceiling fan up and working.