Honeywell Handheld Ceiling Fan Remote, Model 40014 Functions:
Average Customer Rating Based on 7 reviews:
Light delay timer - 05/09/2014
I bought this for the light delay for my daughter. The issue I have is that it is not a light delay, it is a shut off delay for both the fan and light. I do not understand this function. Most people need a delay to get into bed but do not want the fan to also shut off. Is there any way to have it just shut the light off and keep the fan running
Customer Service Response:
Hi Tony, I am going to direct you to technical support because unfortunately I don't have the answer for this question. If you give them a call at 1-877-580-4359, they should be able to answer this for you
SUCKS - 04/24/2014
Reviewer: Harold Hill
DIDNT WORK WITH A HONEWELL ELECTRONIC FAN MOD. # HFC-400X SERIES
Sometimes Smarter needs to also be backwards compatible - 03/27/2014
Reviewer: Jason Allen
In response to Lynn Ravens review: I looked up this remote at the FCCs website and found that it operates at 304Mhz. That matches up with Harbor Breezes remotes. Unfortunately Honeywell and others are moving toward a Smart Sync or Learning process. That process removes flexiblilty from the home owner and forces you to replace the fan receiver if the recevier is not Learning. If the Honeywell remote had the traditional/older style dip switches you would have been able to match up the Honeywell remote with your older Harbor Breeze receiver by matching the dip switch setting. If the Honeywell remote has the HT12E encoder, you could open up the remote and find the address lines on the HT12E and set them high connect to Vcc or low connect them to GND to match the dip switches. Thats all the dip switches do is set the address lines on the encoder. The receivers get matched up when their address lines are the same. I was able to install a Harbor Breeze in-wall remote that had similar Learning instructions but the learning was all at the receiver side abd the remote had dip switches making it backwards compatible with older receivers.
Fan remote - 02/20/2014
Reviewer: Raj Salgam
Best remote product for a remote ceiling fan with wall mount controller.
Product packaging needs reworded - 04/25/2013
Reviewer: Lynn Haven Raven
Bought this product at Lowes as a replacement for a Harbor Breeze wall mount controller. Although the packaging clearly says works with all ceiling fans, it did not work with my Harbor Breeze fan until I also replaced the receiver unit inside the fan base. A lot of extra work I didnt anticipate. Please revise the wording on the packaging.
I am so confused. - 03/19/2013
I am confused. The description talks about needing a battery and an LCD display. I cannot just go to the store and look so does this need a battery or does it work off of the wall power? I assume there is no LCD. I have a Hunter brand fan with a remote. Will this work with the hunter receiver or do I need to buy a certain type of receiver?
Reviewer: antonio molero
To begin with,I was made to send copies of our company credit card and also made to fill out a credit card authorization form. I have never had to do anything of the sort whenever I have ordered anything on line with a credit card. Also the quantity of material that I needed was not in stock. Finally I will see how long it takes for the material to get here to our shop.
Customer Service Response:
Thank you for your order! Sorry for any confusion regarding the credit card authorization. It is an automated system we use to prevent fraud, similar to checking a driver's license at a physical store. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us and we would be happy to help!