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      2KM Long Range RF link kits with encoder and decoder

      2KM Long Range RF link kits with encoder and decoder

      SKU 113990018
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      Description

      This is a super long range 433mhz RF link kit Comes with VCO , PLL technology, steady Frequency and super anti-jamming ability. You can directly use it with your project like wireless data transport and remote control etc.

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      Specification

      • Working voltage: Receiver(3-5V), Transmitter(3-9V)

      • Working current: 2.5mA(5.0VDC)

      • principle of work: Superhet(VCO, PLL)

      • Modulation: OOK/ASK

      • Working band:  433.92MHz  (customize service available)

      • Bandwidth:  1.5MHz 

      • Sensitivity:  -105dBm (50Ω) 

      • Rate: <5Kbps

      • Decoding form:PT2272

      • Antenna length:  18cm

      • Emission Distance: 2 KM

      Example

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      Technical Details

      WeightG.W 19g    
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      Part List

      Receiver module1
      Transmitter module1

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      Couple questions:1. When the transmitter goes out of range or loses power, how does the receiver react?2. What does the VT pin do?3. Can I use one transmitter to talk to several receivers (one at a time) by using an Arduino to change the coding bits on the transmitter to match different receivers?4. Why doesn't the transmitter send when D1-D4 are all low? Also, how does the receiver react to this condition?5. How often does the transmitter update the receiver?
      on Nov 09,2016
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      If you are looking for a money pit, then you just found one. this will not work to transmit any data signals (no wireless data transport). you will not be able to use this device to transmit serial data. the fastest signal it can transmit is a 2Hz (while not compromising signal quality) yes a two Hertz signal (that pretty jokes right?) the only thing this works for is a remote detonator, or wireless digital switch. It would have been nice if someone told me this before i spent the money. you people really need to be more honest with your advertising. karma is going to have it's way with you yet...........PS: I am an electronics engineering technologist.
      on Dec 22,2016 11:32 AM
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      BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
      on Dec 22,2016 11:34 AM
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      @123Fake - I want to thank you for that honest feedback. It is utterly frustrating to buy "28-mile" RF radios only to find out it takes being in outer space to even get 3-miles. The only REAL specs have to be found by user reviews such as yours. Thanks again.
      on Aug 07,2017 12:00 PM
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      Hi There,Does this kit support point to multipoint commuication. In other words, can I use one transmitter and make as a master transmitter to transmit to many receivers ??
      on Jul 17,2017
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      Hi Dear Customer, it is designed for point to point transfer. we only test the point to point transfer and we don't test the point to mulitipoint transfer. thanks. Bill
      on Nov 27,2017 15:46 PM
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      Hi Dear Customer, Sorry for the previous reply and just confirm with design and the point to multipoint mode works well. thanks. Bill.
      on Nov 27,2017 15:52 PM
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      Hello everyone.My name is Ramon and I am new, I would like to know if this module can be extended with other modules.For example. Instead of 4 channels, pass to hold 8, 12, etc.Thank you and best regards to all.
      on Apr 09,2017
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      Hello, I am afraid no.More details please refer to http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet/PrincetonTechnologyCorporation/mXusxsq.pdfThanks.
      on Nov 27,2017 15:34 PM
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      I purchased this product because I want to use it for remote control (ON/OFF) settings. However, I already have a 433mHz transmitter/receiver (see here: https://www.amazon.com/433Mhz-Transmitter-Module-Receiver-Arduino/dp/B00G86L87E ). So how do I incorporate my existing 433 Mhz transmitter/receiver with this? What is the layout supposed to look like on the breadboard?
      on Oct 13,2017
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      Hi Dear Customer, we suggest use them separately. please refer our wiki (see here: http://wiki.seeed.cc/2KM_Long_Range_RF_link_kits_w_encoder_and_decoder/) about how to use the 2km kit. thanks. Bill
      on Nov 27,2017 15:42 PM
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      Hello,

      Can you use multiple of these in the same area? I mean, can you adjust the carrier frequency to transmite information from different sources to different receivers. Thank you.

      Enrique Marquez

      on Oct 19,2016
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      Hi Dear Customer, if we use in the same area at same time, they will interference each other. thanks. Bill
      on Nov 27,2017 16:15 PM
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      What exactly do I have to do to get this to work. I just want to supply voltage to a light when I activate the transmitter. What terminals do I solder and what pins do I use on the transmitter and on the receiver. Thanks

      on Oct 19,2016
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      Hi Dear customer, please refer to our wiki(http://wiki.seeed.cc/2KM_Long_Range_RF_link_kits_w_encoder_and_decoder/). thanks. Bill
      on Nov 27,2017 16:17 PM
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      Does RF Transmitter and Receiver able to transmit data (eg.hello) in open space upto 2km.

      if more than one RF transmiter transmit the data ,does one rf receiver able receiver the data of more than two transmitter at a time

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Hi FAHIM, this couple of wireless module is not able to transmit character data, it only used for transmitting HIHG/LOW signal. You could have a look at RFbee or XBee Pro Chip Antenna - S1.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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      you can encode on single channel with low bitrate ASK (amplitude shift keying) using arduino or other MCU on both ends.
      on Dec 04,2016 15:25 PM
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      It works great! It does take awhile to figure out (because they have zero documentation or anything in clean English) but once you do, they are great simple little devices. I use them for a home security notification system. If the led in my car turns

      on Oct 19,2016
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      Hi Kyle, thanks for the sharing and we will update our wiki next Month. thanks. Bill
      on Nov 27,2017 16:18 PM
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      I assume that if the output is driven by a UART and the receiver inputs it into a UART that serial communication will occur. What is a good speed to use?

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>if you have connected right as the usage said , you can easy to use it.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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      300 or 600 baud does wonders
      on Dec 04,2016 15:27 PM
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      can multiple transmitters and receivers be used simultaneously in the same area (room)?

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Basically is OK. But you need to keep them maintain at least 1m distance.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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