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The Mercator basic remote control has been designed specifically for the Grange, Swift, Kimberley, Hamilton, Hayman, Rosebery, Launceston and Seville ceiling fans.
The radio frequency remote control features the standard 3 fan speed buttons and the light on/off. The hand piece and receiver kit comes complete with battery and wall cradle.
This remote is also compatible with today's range of Fluorescent Globes and Incandescent Globes. Non-Dimmable LED Globes are compatible also.
|Model Name||FRM87||Operation||Radio Frequency|
|Model Number||FRM87||Range||Up to 10 metres|
|Light On/Off||Yes||LCD Screen||No|
|Number Of Speeds||3||Touch Screen||No|
|Dimming Function||No||Receiver Included||Yes|
|Compatible Globes||Incandescent and CFL globes||Wall Mounting Bracket Included||Yes|
|Light Delay||N/A||Battery Included||Yes|
This product comes with a '12 Month In Home Warranty' when installed into a new Mercator AC ceiling fan. A '12 Month Replacement Warranty' applies for all other applications*
*Please click here to learn more about the Mercator Lighting Warranty Terms and Conditions
|Value for Money||5|
|Ease of Use||5|
Really love having this remote on the bedside table at night!
|Value for Money||5/5|
|Ease of Use||5/5|
Thanks for your message. The Mercator basic RF remote control can be used with the Swift fans, however they cannot be used in conjunction with a wall control.
Kind Regards - Z
Thanks for your message. You will have to speak to your electrician about adjusting the speeds, however adjusting the speeds on the fan will void the warranty.
If you have any further questions please let me know.
Kind Regards - Z
Hi Jake, many thanks for your question. The Mercator Basic RF remote control is compatible with the Mercator Hayman ceiling fan. Thanks, Heather
Hi Simone, many thanks for your question. We currently don't sell the Mercator basic RF remote control receiver separately from the hand piece. We recommend replacing both the hand piece and the receiver at the same time so both units. Thanks, Heather