Arduino - 433mhz Wireless Transmitter & Receiver SWITCH Example FS1000A

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About: Hello world! I make simple & Advanced projects for people who want to learn programming and electronics. Most of my Instructables are about arduino and the wide range of sensors you can use with it. I ma...

Hello world! Today i made a example for the FS1000A 433mhz Wireless Transmitter and receiver set. I am testing these for my website and will set them for sale on the website soon. The example shows you how to turn on a relay, led and buzzer with a button using 433Mhz wireless communication. You could use this example as a panic alarm! You wear the remote on you, hit the button and alarm will go off. Simply add a alarm strobe with sound to the relay for example. Follow the next step for the Schematics, Codes & Parts list.

Step 1: Schematic, Code & Parts List.

Simply wire it up like the schematic shows, I added 9 volt batteries to the Schematic but you don't need them to test.

Parts list:

  • 2x Arduino uno.
  • FS1000A Transmitter & receiver set (add 17cm antennas, i used jumper wires.)
  • Buzzer
  • KY-019 1 channel relay
  • 1 x LED color of your choice.
  • 1 x button Module KY-004
  • Jumper wires set MM/FF/MF
  • (optional) Lamp socket + lamp/Alarm strobe

Good luck!

PS: Check if it legal to operate a 433MHz frequency in your country.

Check out my blog & website:

http://blog.arduinosensors.nl/

http://www.arduinosensors.nl/

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    chris2306

    8 months ago

    I was wondering if its possible to add an LCD display to count the amount of times the button is pressed and how that would work on the schematics and code?

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    autumnleaf

    1 year ago

    i tried to replace the pushbutton with a mq6 sensor and it turns out that it always send signal to the receiver even if the sensor is normally open.. why is that?

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    autumnleaf

    1 year ago

    hello hello!! .. im kinda confuse because of the video having 2 LED's.. does the other LED is connected in parallel with the buzzer? and the LED on the schematic is the one that turns on together with the lamp?

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    SimonC5

    2 years ago

    Very interesting work.

    I have some 433MHz devices (coco domotic). It would be posible to control them via 433 MHz transmitter and arduino?

    I can't se how pair the devices with the arduino transmitter.

    Thanks.

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    vandenbrandeSimonC5

    Reply 1 year ago

    I think so yes. We could try it out i dont have a coco domotic. But i think my brother has this system which is called "klik aan klik uit" (click on click off) uit in dutch.

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    DanielR210

    2 years ago

    I have a question. I'm build two bedside tables with speakers. I want to be to connect via Bluetooth to one table and send a paired transmission to another table. Would a transmitter like your work with my idea if not could you recommend something. I was hope to be to sell something like this to the public.

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