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IR Light Dimmer

Adjusting lights with common remote controller.

Ivica Novakovic from Croatia wrote:
The Ir LightDimmer is simple to use, you only need two keys of your remote controller, which are not often used (like teletext keys or similar) or which are not used at all and one push-button that you will put in place of the existing light switch. Ir LightDimmer can memorize two remote controller keys, so that the first one will be used to turn on lights or increase light intensity, and the other will be used to turn off lights or decrease light intensity.

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