Remote Control Modem

DC 12V Remote Control Switches AC 220V Triggered Modem

Question from customer:

I want to use your system to remote control turn on / off the power of the modem. I go from my office on the third floor of our home to the basement in order to turn off and disconnect the power to the modem. Then after a few minutes I reverse the process and reestablish the power to the modem and turn the modem on. The modem is power by an AC Adaptor (INPUT = 120-240V OUTPUT = 12V ).



We recommend the model of 1 channel DC long range remote control kit (S1X-DC12-ANT2+1CB-2) to you. It can wireless control electric devices and  is easy to install. With direct power output, it means that you don’t need to supply power to the controlled device. It is capable of controlling lights, motors, fans, electrically operated doors/locks/windows/blinds/cars or other appliances.

You can turn on/off the receiver with transmitter (remote control) from any place within a reliable distance; the wireless RF signal can pass through walls, floors and doors. We add external extended antenna to it. The antenna can extend the controlling range to 2000M. So you can rest assured that signal can get through any obstacles to reach modem at your home.


As for your modem is powered by ac power, so you should connect the output of your AC Adaptor (12V) to two terminals + and – of this receiver, then connect two terminals A and B to your modem, then you can use our remote CB-2 to turn on / off the power of the modem.

You can set “Latched Mode”.

Press big button, turn on the modem.

Press small button, turn off the modem. | 502: Bad gateway

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