Scan code: LN80403 Manufacturer code: SST-ES02-USB

Silverstone PC Keyfob REMOTE START 2.4G Wireless Remote power/reset switch, USB 2.0 9-Pin

Silverstone ES02-USB 2.4GHz Wireless Eemote PC power/reset switch, USB 2.0 9-Pin interface

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Scan code: LN80403 Manufacturer code: SST-ES02-USB
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  • SCANPROTECT Protect against installation damage for 28 days. More info

    ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.

    Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.

Product Overview Key Fob Remote for your PC.

ES02 is a convenient remote switch kit designed by SilverStone to wirelessly turn on / off and reset a computer. By utilizing existing standard 2.4GHz RF wireless technology, USB 2.0 internal 9 pin connector, and power / reset pin headers on a motherboard, the ES02 kit is easy to install and use within 20 meters of a connected computer.

• Control your computer from anywhere in the room using 2.4GHz RF remote.
• 2.4GHz receiver utilizing universal USB 9 pin male connector.
• Works as far away as twenty metres.
• Includes power / reset switch Y cable.
• Includes left and right angled USB adapters.

An included Y cable ensures your computer case’s own power and reset buttons can be used concurrently with the ES02 if needed. Users looking for a simpler security solution than software access control will find ES02 to be a good alternative. Those with computers located in hard to reach area or has special usage scenarios will also find the ES02 to be very handy. Features Model No. SST-ES02-USB
Adapter card
Adapter form factor USB 2.0 9 pin male connector x 1
Operation frequency 2.4GHz
EIRP 3.76dBm (Measured max.)
Operating range 20 meter (Free space)
Environment Operating temperature : 0?~40? (32?~104?)
Storage temperature : -40?~70? (-40?~158?)
Operating humidity : 10%~90% non-condensing
Storage humidity : 5%~90% non-condensing
Net Weight 30g
Dimension 30mm (W) x 10mm (H) x 60mm (D)
Remote control
Operation frequency 2.4GHz
EIRP 3.76dBm (Measured max)
Operating range 20 meter (Free space)
Battery type CR2032 (Lithium manganese button battery)
Nominal voltage DC 3.0V
Battery environment Operating temperature : -20?~70? (-4?~158?)
Storage temperature : 10?~40?(50?~104?)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Silverstone PC Keyfob REMOTE START 2.4G Wireless Remote power/reset switch, USB 2.0 9-Pin
Silverstone PC Keyfob REMOTE START 2.4G Wireless Remote power/reset switch, USB 2.0 9-Pin