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The SWITCHLINK is an RF wireless switching system ideal for outdoor lighting remote control. The system uses a battery-powered wall gang switch and a 230Vac MAINS receiver and has a range of up to 200 metres. The MAINSSWITCH, a similar system, instead uses a small pocket key fob transmitter. In this case study, Electrician Graham Halliday uses both SWITCHLINK and MAINSSWITCH for the wireless switching of outdoor lighting in the garden.

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