Emerson Ceiling Fan Remotes

Need a new remote or want to add a remote to your Emerson ceiling fan? Here’s some of the top selling ceiling fan remotes and wall controls for Emerson brand ceiling fans. 

Emerson Ceiling Fans SR400, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Remote Control with Receiver
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Emerson Ceiling Fans SR400, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Remote Control with Receiver
  • 4-Speed Remote Control with Receiver
  • Canopy mount receiver (not for use on sloped ceilings)
  • Operate preferred speeds and lighting from up to 30-Feet away
  • Full range light dimmer with incandescent bulbs (250 watts max)
  • SR400 ceiling fan remote controls take 2 AAA batteries (included)
Emerson Ceiling Fans SR600, 6-Speed LED Ceiling Fan Remote Control
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Emerson Ceiling Fans SR600, 6-Speed LED Ceiling Fan Remote Control
  • 6-speed ceiling fan remote control with LED indicator
  • Enjoy the SR600's full range light dimming with incandescent bulbs
  • Independent uplight/downlight operation
  • 1-touch reverse options
  • SR600 ceiling fan remote controls take 2 AAA batteries (included)
Emerson Ceiling Fans SW406, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Wall Control
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Emerson Ceiling Fans SW406, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Wall Control
  • 4-Speed and Light Wall Control with Wall Transmitter
  • Includes a White, Light Almond and Ivory fan control switch cover plate
  • Operate from up to 30-Feet away with Fan Control Switch
  • 1.0-amp fan load maximum; Non-reversing
  • SW406 fan speed controller comes with Emerson's 1-Year Limited Warranty
Emerson Ceiling Fans SW405, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Wall Control With Receiver
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Emerson Ceiling Fans SW405, 4-Speed Ceiling Fan Wall Control With Receiver
  • 4-Speed Wall Control with Receiver and Wall Transmitter
  • Includes a White, Light Almond and Ivory fan control switch cover plate
  • Operate from up to 30-Feet away using the fan control switch
  • 1.0-Amp fan load; Non-reversing
  • SW405 fan speed controller comes with Emerson's 1-Year Limited Warranty

Replacing an existing remote is simple and usually requires that you re sync the new remote with the current receiver. If your adding a remote to a fan that does not currently have one, it’s a little more complicated as you will need to install the receiver that comes with the remote. Please watch the installation video below from Emerson.