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This remote switch allows you to remotely control any 12 Volt DC device. Perfect for controlling any 12V devices such as Lights , Fans, Landscaping Lighting and more. This easy-to-wire kit is perfect for anybody with a basic knowledge of electrical wiring, and can easily be wired to many 12V applications. For PC Modders, the end of result of the Remote Control 12VDC kit are truly impressive and are sure to ooh and ah the crowds. For DIYers, the kit will give some magical effect to your projects.
Working voltage for Receiver: 12VDC
Working voltage for Transmitter: 5~12V
Receiver sensibility: -105dbm
Emission distance: 100m in open ground
Each Relay owns one group of 3 pins:
A - Normally closed, open when relay activate
B - Common node
C - Normally open, close when relay activate
10 - CH2, HIGH trigger
11 - NC
12 - CH1, HIGH trigger
13 - NC
How many of those wireless relays could be installed in one house of 200 square meters without having any interference?
Sorry, we didn't test it before, its count is unlimited in theory.
Hello, the transmitter TE pin, power and data pins all use 5VDC. I was wondering if I can use 4x1.5VDC batteries (total of 6 vDC) and use the module in remote places where power is not available.
I thought the transmitter could only operate at 5 volts. That is what the diagram states above.
I have my transmitter link set up and I hear the relays switching and see the LEDs on the board turning on. However, when I've tried to connect something (such as a 12V LED) to (A and B) or (B and C), nothing happens. I've tried every combina
I think what he meant is that he has the unit powered with 12 volts and is expecting that 12 volts to be fed through to the relay output, but I don't think that's the case...
The 12 volts you are providing to the 12 volts terminal is only to powe
Hello.Can I use this to control 220V AC appliances?Thanks
This module is work at DC12V, if use adapter that depend.Or you can ask at form, more guys could see your problem and help you.
Is there a simpler and more specific wiring diagram? I have the manual, but is there an actual diagram showing the placement of the switch(es) ect. I am not a pro and I need help. Thanks
Not yet, the picture on the product page has shown the wiring. Just try it.
is there a diagram showing how to hookup the pt2272 transmitter. not quite sure what all the jumpers are for or where to connect the switch. I only need a single channelso I am not using a decoder/encoder.
Hi. I am sorry we can't do this. Every product will be labeled with its own barcode. The other color means a different barcode. And the packing can't be finished if the barcode fail to pass the scanning. However, we will look into this demand and consi
Hello, if receiver activated, how to define only 1 relay working on programming please? Thanks.
Hi Victor Yuen.Maybe you can set a special address.
Hello, I have 3 receivers and 1 transmitter, what should be the correct way to setup transmitter to send signal to correct receiver please? What should be the correct way to setup Encoding address part? Thanks.
Hi Victor Yuen.If you want to work more receivers at the same time,you can refer to this website:http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep.
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We are here:D Please see the reply of previous questions.
when the transmitter send the order to activate the relay, there is a very long delay before activate it (20-30s). I must to send order then connect transmition TE and it works perhaps if i connect transmition TE ans i send the open order, the relay no
Hello, the TE is used to detect rising edge trigger signal(low to high) to enable transmission. So you should set it low before transmission, and set high when transmit signal.
I've connected the transmitter as shown with pin 2 to a leg of a tactile push button and the other leg of the tactile push button is connected to the 5V of the on the "A" power supply line on the transmitter.
On the receiver with the relays I hav
Had to remove all encoding to get relays to work. Still don't work as advertised. Normally open "C" connections starts off with voltage applied to it before the relays are activated. 5V was applied to "B" Common. 12V to the receiver unit for power.
How much power does the unit use when the relays are opened?
Power rate:36mA/12v(opened) 8mA(closed)