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1 Channel 50M Wireless DC Remote Control switch With Latched Mode


Price: US $37.00

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  • Model: 0020067 (S1RL-DC & 2CWB-2)

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Here is the video click about wireless remote control one DC lamp:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sk7vg1NAKjc&feature=youtu.be  

Feature:
Application: It can be used in industry automation, agriculture automation and home automation, such as factory, house, farm, pasture, vehicle, ship, offshore operation, aerial vehicle, field call, etc. It can remote control equipments on land, water and air, such as remote control lights, sirens, locks, motors, fans, winches, blinds, linear actuators, doors, windows, electric solenoid valves, security alarm, business signs and various devices.
Wireless control, easy to install.
Relay Output: This receiver is relay output, it can be used to operate both DC and AC equipments. The terminals are NO / NC (normally open / normally closed), which serves as a switch. That means you should also connect a separate power supply to equipments.
You can turn on/ off the receiver with transmitter (remote control) from any place within a reliable distance.
Wireless RF signal can pass through walls, floors, doors or windows.
With reverse power protection and over current protection.
Reliable control: The receiver only works with the transmitter which use same code.
One/several transmitters can control one/several receivers simultaneously.
You can use two or more units in the same place.
 
Receiver Parameters:
Model No.: S1RL-DC06 / S1RL-DC09 / S1RL-DC12 / S1RL-DC24
Power Supply (Operating Voltage): DC06V (S1RL-DC06), DC12V±1V (S1RL-DC12), DC9V±1V (S1RL-DC09), DC24V±1V (S1RL-DC24)
Output: Relay output (Normally open and normally closed)
Working Voltage Range of Relay: AC110~240V or DC0~28V
Working Frequency: 315MHz / 433MHz
Channel: 1 CH
Control Modes: Latched (Press -> On, Press another button -> Off)
Coding Type: Fixed code
Coding Setting: By soldering
Static Current: ≤6mA
Maximum Working Current: 10A
PCB size: 70mm x 48mm x 21mm
Case size: 75mm x 55mm x 28mm
Work with Fixed code transmitters.

Transmitter Parameters:
Model No.: 0021093 (CWB-2)
Waterproof
Shell Color: Black
Channel/Button: 2
Button Symbol: A, B
Operating Voltage: 6V (2 x CR2016 -3V button cell batteries, can be used for 12 months)
Operating Current: 5mA
Operating Frequency: 315Mhz / 433Mhz
Encoding Chip: PT2260/ PT2262 / PT2264
Encoding Type: Fixed code by soldering, up to 6561 codes
Transmitting Distance: 50m / 150ft (theoretically)
The distance of 50m is a theoretical data, it shall be operated in an open ground, no barriers, no any interference. But in the practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls or other constructions, and will be exposed to some interference by other signals. Therefore, the actual distance may or may not reach 50m.
Modulation Mode: ASK
Operating Temperature: -20 ° C to +70 ° C
Unit Size: 56mm x 32mm x 12mm
Weight: 20g
Uses: garage doors, motorcycles, car alarm products, home security products, wireless remote control products, industrial control products.

How to set up the 8-bits code of the transmitter:
1. Open the transmitter shell, then you will see the circuit board. There are two rows pads and one row of chip feet on the back side.
2. The left row of pads is “L” side, and the right row of pads is “H” side.
3. If solder the middle row of chip feet to the “L” side, it is code 1. If solder the middle row of chip feet to the “H” side, it is code 2. Don’t solder to any side, it is code 0.
4. The 8-bits code order is from bottom to top (from D1 to D8).
5. Here is an example, the 8-bits code in the picture is 01020000, solder as the following way:
6. Code 0: don’t solder any side, like D1, D3, D5, D6, D7, D8
7. Code 1: solder to the “L” side, like D2.
8. Code 2: solder to the “H” side, like D4.
 
Matching Transmitters:
The receiver can work with different transmitters, such as model C-2 (100M), CWB-2 (50M, waterproof), CP-2 (500M), or CB-2 (1000M) etc.
 
Working Range:
With a transmitter (such as CWB-2) to form a complete set, the maximum working distance can reach 50M in an open ground.
The maximum working distance is a theoretical data, it shall be operated in an open ground, no barriers, no any interference. But in the practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls or other constructions, and will be interfered by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual distance may not reach this maximumworking distance.
If you want to have a further working range, you can install an external antenna to the receiver, and you also can use a powerful transmitter, such as CB series transmitters.
 
Usage:
The receiver can be used to control both DC 0~28V and AC 110~240V equipments.
Notice: The receiver is relay output, not DC/AC power output. Initial state of relay output terminals: Terminals G and K are Normally Open; Terminals B and G are Normally Closed.
 
Wiring:
If you want to control a DC 12V lamp, do as following:
1) Connect the positive pole of DC power supply to terminal “+” of INPUT, and connect the negative pole of DC power supply to terminal “-” of INPUT.
2) Connect terminal K to the positive pole of DC power supply, connect terminal G to the positive pole of DC lamp, and connect the negative pole of DC lamp to the negative pole of DC power supply.
 
If you want to control an AC 220V lamp, do as following:
1) Connect the positive pole of DC power supply to terminal “+” of INPUT, and connect the negative pole of DC power supply to terminal “-” of INPUT.
2) Connect terminal K to the live wire of AC power supply, connect terminal G to one side of AC lamp, and connect another side of AC lamp to the neutral wire of AC power supply.
 
Operation (with the transmitter CWB-2):
Press button A: Turn on relay (connect G and K, disconnect B and G), the lamp is on.
Press button B: Turn off relay (disconnect G and K, connect Band G), the lamp is off.

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