I call the wall control “remote-like” for a few reasons:
- It has a pairing function, by long-pressing the fan & light buttons
- It uses two AAA batteries (replacement for neutral?)
- It has a maximum 75-foot range and works with “any brand of ceiling fan”
Reference the included remote function card for information on how to use your wall control!
Bring ease and convenience into your space with Hunter’s universal wall control. Forget reaching up to the pull chains: Use the wall control to turn your ceiling fan on and off. If you have dimmable LED, CFL or incandescent bulbs the remote allows for a full range of dimming. Hunter’s universal wall control works up to a 75-foot range and is compatible with any brand of ceiling fan. Works with ceiling fan motors up to 1 amp and light kits up to 300 W.
Would I be able to setup a Bond Bridge (model BD-100; ZZ / Zermatt unit) the fan with just this wall control or would I need to purchase Hunter’s optional traditional remote control?
I am a little worried after reading this reply about the SBB (Smart By Bond) is not compatible with any wall controls: do those limitations apply to the Bond Bridge, as well?