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4 Channel RF Remote Controller

4 Channel RF Remote Controller

4 Channel RF remote built using PT2262 and PT2272-M4 IC from Princeton technology. PT2262 used as Encoder (Transmitter) and PT2272-M4 Decoder (Receiver) ICs are heart of the project. The receiver provides 4 channel Momentary outputs. All outputs are TTL level can be interface with other circuits or relay board. Transmitter works with 5V to 12V DC. Receiver works with 5V DC.

Features

  • Wide Range of Operation Voltage 5V to 12V Transmitter
  • Supply 5V DC Receiver
  • On Board Data Transmission LED
  • Single Resistor Oscillator
  • 4 Momentary Outputs
  • 4 Outputs TTL Level
  • Address setting 3 states HIGH, LOW, And FLOATING)
  • Remote provides 6561 addressable combinations by setting up J1-J8 to High, Low, and Floating.
  • On Board Power and Valid Transmission LEDS Receiver
  • ASK Modulation
  • RF link work on 433.92 MHz Frequency
  • CMOS Technology
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Very High Noise Immunity
  • Up to 8 Tri-State Code Address Pins
  • PCB Dimensions Transmitter 36MM X 26.67MM
  • PCB Dimensions Receiver 45.40 MM X 26.67

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