I am building a home theater and all equipment is located behind an AT screen. I would like to be able to turn on/off all amps by remote. I have found some plugs you put into the wall socket and then you're able to turn them on or off via a remote. I am going to drive 5 Behringer EP4000 in the system, which is a lot of current!
The specs of the remote things:
Mini remote control socket set with 1 hand transmitter and 3 Schuko plugs. The radiosignals from the transmitter are received even through walls and furniture. 25 m Range (without obstacles) 5 Channels selectable by turn switch Transmission safety by coding Socket with child protection 5 Units (-groups) every single socket is adjustable by remote control Compact switching sockets Ambient temperature range -40°C - +60°C Remote control with indication LED Battery 12 V 23 AE (included) Frequency 434 Mhz Switching of any encumbrances (relays) Any number of devices can be combined Switching power per socket 110-250 V~, Max.5 A, 1000 W Dimension socket (receiver): 56.2 x 106.7 x 77 mm Dimension controller: 37.2 x 116 x 18.8 mm
I am very concerned about the Max 5A / 1000W... What is the consequence of using these plugs?
Home Theater: JBL M2 & SUB18 powered by Crown and BSS.