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- Additional information
We offer both single and multiple channel wireless receivers and remote controls. Remotes can be either handheld or a small, easily concealable fob.
The one-channel receiver offers:
This mini RF receiver is compatible with all 315MHz ENFORCER transmitters, both code hopping and fixed-code (see page 4 of the manual for a list of compatible transmitters). It can be used for a variety of applications, such as allowing the same transmitter to open/close a gate and open/close a garage door. The receiver comes in one- or two-channel versions. Each channel can learn the codes of up to 15 different transmitter buttons.
- Four programmable relay output modes: 4-Second momentary, 1-second momentary, toggle and validity outputs
- Flexible operating voltage: 11~24 VAC/VDC
- Small size: 33/16“x29/16“x3/4” (80 x 65 x 19 mm)
- Control garage doors, etc.
- Compatible with all 315MHz ENFORCER transmitters, including both fixed-code and code-hopping ( 433MHz – 433.92MHz available )
- LED Indicates RF reception, learn mode entered, transmitter learned, memory cleared
- Mode switches for easy transmitter learning – no need to cut jumpers
|Type||WIRELESS – Single-Channel 315MHz RF Receiver with Relay Output|
|Operating voltage||11~24VAC/DC (24 VAC/DC must cut LP4)|
|Dimensions||3-3/16” x 2-9/16” x 3/4” (80 x 65 x 19 mm)|
|Output Mode||Programmable 4-sec. momentary (default), 1-sec. momentary, toggle (ON/OFF), or continuous|
|Output Type||3A Form ‘C’ relay (NO/NC/C)|
|Current Draw||5mA Standby, 50mA LED flashing @12 VDC|
An extended-range external antenna is available by special order. Contact us for information.
Virtually any number of handheld transmitters can trigger the remote relay receiver, so the entire cast at a haunt can trigger props if appropriate. And you can use an unlimited number of relay receivers with a single handheld transmitter so actions can be on the opposite side of the room or even the other side of the haunt. From the largest professional haunt to the smallest home setting, you tell us your wireless remote control needs and we can provide an appropriate configuration.
Typical uses of a wireless remote trigger would include giving actors the ability to turn on lights, trigger a fogger or activate an animated prop without visitors having a clue. For home use, scaring the teens and adults is the goal, not the little folks, so personal control is important with some animatronics. With a wireless remote trigger, you are always in control.