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Remotely switch circuits on and off while working at height

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In addition to signs, we often work on lighting systems that do not have dedicated or easily accessible switches/disconnects.  We find it difficult or time consuming (or need a second person with radio) to turn fixtures on and off while working on them.  I am thinking that there may be a device out there that can be (temporarily) installed on the circuit(s) that can be controlled remotely via a "clicker" or phone app while staying in the truck's basket.  

However, there appear to be several things that need to be overcome:

1. easy install and removal - so it saves more time than it takes to install

2. code compliance, safety (locking out?)

3. sizing the device rating correctly to be able to work in most applications (480V, 50Amp, stadium lighting for instance)

4. to be small enough to carry

 

Anyone ever seen anything like this? 

Are there better workarounds you are aware of?

 

Thanks for the input.

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Are you wanting something to attach to Panel Boxes, Contactors, or a Switch?  I have one of these devices on all of my trucks.  I call them Apprentices.  :)

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