220V AC Mini Remote Switch Input Output 220V Learning Code RF Wireless Switch Radio Transmitter Receiver 315/433mhz New
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Working Voltage : 220V (180V-240V)
Max load current : 10A (have better lower than 7A)
Working Frequency : 315Mhz/433Mhz
Receiver sensitivity: : -105Db
Working temperature : -10\'C - +80\'C
Output way : Jog . Inter-lock . Self -lock is Adjustable
Code type :Learning code
Switch size :55*32*17mm
Jog/Non-Latched: press one button is working /ON. loosen your finger on the same button is stop/OFF . one channel switch need one buttons remote control
Self -lock/Self-Latched: press one button for one time is working/ON . press the same button again is stop/OFF . (one channel switch need one buttons remote control )
Inter-lock /Latched : press one button is working/ON ,press another button is stop/OFF . ( one channel switch need 2 buttons remote control )
Input AC220V for the Receiver. press the Learning Button until the Led indicator ON. Then press transmitter , the Led indicator flash fast, it mean learning successfully.
Keeping press the learning Button on the receiver until the Led indicator ON and flash fast, it mean the code have been cleared successfully.
2)Remote control (transmitter)
Operating Voltage: DC12V
Operating Current: 30MA
Operating Frequency: 315/433MHz
Frequency Distance: 0M-100M
(please notice that is the ideal distance without any block and signal interfere , it would rise and fall about 10%-50% with the block and signal interference ).
Note: 433mhz and 315 mhz are available ,315mhz will be sent out if there is no demand on frequency
3) Package Included:
1xTransmitter(Battery not include)
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