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100 metre range 16 channel handheld remote control transmitter module for Cebek "GROUP-2" relay receiver boards TL-22, TL-23, TL-24 and TL-25.
These 433.92MHz0 4(8)-channel RF remote control modules allow you to select from a variety of receiver board and transmitter options to suit your individual needs.
There are 4 receiver module options offering 12Vdc or 230Vac supply voltages and either Momentary or Latching-Toggle control of the four 3A mains rated relay outputs (NO, NC, C). These are designed to receive and decode signals sent by a choice of either 30m or 300m range transmitters modules.
The Momentary Receiver modules activate the relay output at the push of the corresponding transmitter button and disconnect when the button is released.
The Toggle Receiver modules activate the relay output at the first push of the corresponding transmitter button and will only disconnect after a second push of the button.
The mains powered receiver boards have an onboard buzzer that provides an audible confirmation of key presses received.
The transmitter units are available in ranges from 30m to 300m and in keyfob and module formats.
Any number of transmitters and receivers can be set to either accept or ignore other modules within range using the 13,122 security code combinations.
The modules have in-built micro-switches to select security code, antenna output, LED relay status indicators.
Please See User Manual for full details.Specifications
|Operating Voltage||12Vdc battery included (Replacement Code 656.006UK)|
|Compatibility||RF Group 2|
|Dimensions (mm)||106 x 61 x 24|
|Product Format||PRE-ASSEMBLED Electronic Module|
Product Format Info
|TL-22||4 Channel Momentary Relay Receiver Module, 12Vdc|
|TL-23||4 Channel Toggle Relay Receiver Module, 12Vdc|
|TL-24||Extension Module for 4 Channel Momentary Relay Receiver|
|TL-25||Extension Module for 4 Channel Toggle Relay Receiver|
|NB You cannot use multiple button presses or simultaneously use two transmitters if they are operating in range of one another (regardless of their coding).|