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Now it's really easy for anyone to use smart products. This outlet kit allows you to connect any lamp, coffee maker or other household appliance to the control outlet and control it with the on/off switch.

Article Number703.648.03

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With the kit you can use the on/off switch to turn on or off the device that is connected to the control outlet.

You can use TRÅDFRI control outlet to connect a coffee maker or other small appliances to the IKEA Home smart app and TRÅDFRI gateway so that the appliance can be turned on or off with the app’s timer.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number703.648.03
  • A magnet makes it easy to attach the on/off switch to the wall bracket or other metal surfaces.

    You can add up to 10 lamps or smaller appliances so that all of them turn on or off at same time.

    Works with IKEA Home smart.

    Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

    The on/off switch has a maximum range of 11 yards when it is not blocked by walls.

    Battery is included, and last approx. 2 years.

    Max. output power: 1800W.

  • Main parts:

    Polycarbonate plastic

    Main parts:

    ABS plastic

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


    Control outlet kitArticle Number703.648.03

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 6 ¾ "

    Weight: 9 oz

    Package(s): 1


Poor Integrationchanning W.The remote and switch work great by themselves, but has very poor integration with the gateway as it can never detect and pair it. I finally got it paired once after 2 hours of trying. The app stuck in an ungrouped category and won't let me control it. Thankfully it works via Homekit.1
HappyNataliaWe don't like our coffee maker plugged all the time. Now it is easy to turn it on and off with the button hanging on refrigerator.5
PerfectLuAnneThe is perfect for my misting fountain. Works perfectly and no longer need to "plug and unplug" for use. The remote/plug would work great with any item, period!5
It does exactly what weRICHARDIt does exactly what we wanted5
Awesome and simple to use!SissiBavarianPrincessI made an old entertainment unit over and needed some lights to spiffy it up a bit. I used this control and plugged in 6 lights. Even thiugh it is behind the unit I can easily use the remote to turn them all on and off. I plugged all 6 into an extension strip and the strip into the control which goes on the outlet. I installed them all myself! Great product!!5
Simple remote ON/OFF switch solutionDresusThis remote ON/OFF switch does exactly what I need it to do and the remote matches the others I have that control Tradfri lights. Note that the outlet is ON or OFF and does not dim. My only criticism is that it is slightly bulky; I did not take it apart, but it seems like the outer case is larger than it needs to be.5
Great wireless plugmontasser1111With the added on/off remote its perfect the best wireless plug at the best price5
Amazing!ColoradoColleenMy quest to find a product like this started with laziness... I didn't want to run around the house and dive behind furniture to turn on or plug in lights every day. I did several online searches, and most of what I found that would manipulate power supply remotely involved a full smart-home setup with either Google or Alexa. I didn't want this level of connectivity, and also I wanted a switch rather than voice activation. I finally asked my brother (an electrical engineer) if there were any options where I could basically just have a remote switch, and he pointed me to Ikea. I'm so glad I found this! I have a few throughout my house where just a single switch is linked to a single plug, and even that is so incredibly convenient. It was particularly handy during Christmas, so I could turn on lights from a switch in the kitchen, rather than diving behind the tree each time.5
Makes controlling electronics a breezechipladyI bought this to control a exhaust fan in the garage that is used for the 3-D printer. I have the remote in the kitchen so it does not get lost and it controls the outlet that is about 500 ft. away. If you need to control any electronics remotely I would recommend this5
Simple and effective.Ella lThis outlet kit is simple to set up and it works great.5
Problem solverRvrtRenovated kitchen left no disposer switch . This solved problem without cutting hole for air switch in new countertop.5
Easy and convenientJagneta64I purchased this for a pendant lamp without a switch. It’s perfect. I wish I bought more!5
Simple, Doesn’t require WiFiFF416Clean button design, fast set up, doesn’t require WiFi. Only minor complaint would be the size of the outlet module. Wish it were just a little less wide.4
Great if you do some researchharveycat2018I own four of these kits and I am planning on getting a few more. They are convenient and easy to set up--I have pretty much every lamp in my house hooked up to one of these. One thing that I found through research online is that you can group multiple outlets with the same remote--so I have all the lamps in my living room as a group, and then multiple switches at various convenient locations around the room to turn them all off or on at the same time. I would really recommend checking out Reddit for lots of tips for these. I love the convenience of not having to walk around to switch each lamp individually, and it's so much easier than having to dig for the cord behind the table to operate the inline switches.5
Straightforward and easy to useJimmy837I bought this to control a humidifier in my bedroom. I already have several Tradfri lightbulbs and a gateway, so adding the switch and outlet was easy. It’s too bad that HomeKit isn’t supported yet, but I’m told that will be coming along shortly. Even without it, the switch and smartphone control works like a charm (and I am already using the programmed scheduling on/off features).5
Absolutely awesome with one issueMajestic MooseI bought this a couple of weeks ago and use it for all my 'cozy' lighting like fairy lights, micro lights etc... setting it up is a breeze and super fast if you do it in the right order (pair the steering device first). I have two groups of three light sources. One has lights in three separate rooms and it is more than 11 yards and there are walls in-between, but it works great. It is like magic - a little touch and voilá, cozy lights are on. Even better is that I can control it from the app as well. I just leave the lights on and turn them off when I am going to bed. The only downfall is that this is missing integration into Apple Homekit, so I cannot just say 'Hey Siri - turn off cozy lighting' or add it to the schedules which I control from the home kit. This is an issue with a lot of smart home technology, so it is not a deal breaker for me, but I would love to control everything from one app.4
Nice concept, limited applicationMike12345I wish this were compatible with Zigbee devices/hubs from different companies. With the switch is very nice, and it works great for the Christmas tree3

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