What Can We Do With 220V 2CH Receiver & Wall Panel?

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Intro: What Can We Do With 220V 2CH Receiver & Wall Panel?

This video directly tutorial how to use the kit.

Step 1: The Whole Kit Including

220V 2CH Receiver * 1 pcs

2 Button Remote Control * 1 pcs

2 Way Stickable Wall Panel * 1 pcs

Step 2: Specification of the 220V Receiver

Input Power:AC 85V-250V

Standby Current:<8.5MA

RF Frequency: 433M

RF working mode: superheterodyne

Receive sensitivity: > 97 dbm

Transmitting distance: More than 15 meters

Decoding mode: MCU software decoding

Learnable Transmitters: 1-16 transmitters

Support remote type: Learning code (1527)

Switching Modes: Both Momentary & Toggle

Wiring type:fixed terminal

Switch Output : normally open & normally closed.

Step 3: Instructions

-Instructions

-The first step: Clear the receiver's memory Press the Learning Button on the receivers for 8 times, the codes will be cleaned.

After cleaning the code, all the remote control can not work any more.

-Step Two: Match Wall Panel Remote Transmitter and Receiver Press the learning key on the receiver twice time, it comes into toggle setting mode. Wait for a moment, the LED will be on , it comes into learning state. Press the wall panel button, LED indicator on the receiver board will flash then come off. Learning successfully.

-Step three: Match 2 Button Remote Control and Receiver Press the learning key on the receiver twice time, it comes into toggle setting mode. Wait for a moment, the LED will be on , it comes into learning state. Press the remote button, LED indicator on the receiver board will flash then come off.

Step 4: The Wire Diagram

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    Swansong

    8 months ago

    Welcome to Instructables! Thanks for sharing :)

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