Sherlotronics 1 Channel Receiver 500m Range RX4-500
To begin with Sherlotronics 1 Channel Receiver 500m Range RX4-500 – These receivers are used for the last 10 years in South Africa and has an impressive 500m range.
Therefore they are used to control many things remotely including gate motors, alarm systems and even used with microcontrollers to control your remote-controlled projects.
We also stock the remote controllers.
We stock the 1,2, 3 channel receivers, the whole range of other Sherlotronics transmitters and receivers.
- Gate & Garage Door Access Control
- Panic Activations
- Arming / Disarming Alarm systems
- Switching On / Off lights
- Switching On / Off Generators
- Long Range Weatherproof Outdoor
- 1 Channel
- Code hopping Encryption
- Erasing individual remotes
- Latch or Momentary
- Selectable Momentary times
- 1 Sec; 3Sec; 1min; 3min; ON/OFF
- Buzzer tone
- Crystal Controlled +/- 100KHz
- Frequencies: 403MHz (433MHz available on request)
- 12 – 24V AC/DC input
To begin with a receiver may be the most important peripheral you never realized you required.
For those unfamiliar, these simple electronic devices separate radio signals from one another.
Also convert specific signals into audio, video, or data formats.
The receiver uses an antenna to receive transmitted radio signals.
As well as a tuner to separate specific signals from all others received by the antenna.
Therefore they use these kinds of receivers in a range of applications and industries in everyday life.
Including home security.
Optimize Your Control Panel
When it comes to home security, they design alarm RF receivers for use with control panels.
That support an RF receiver connection via the remote keypad connection points.
Also if the specs size up, the RF receiver (depending on the model) can add wireless capability.
And range to any control panel.
Therefore this is an excellent solution for placing detectors and remote control units.
Lastly without having to tediously wire detectors to a control panel.
Improve Your Coverage
Furthermore, within a basic alarm system.
Integrating an alarm RF receiver should eliminate the possibility of “dead spots” and “nulls” within the coverage zone.
An alarm RF receiver can support the maximum amount of transmitters that your existing control panel can handle.
But also notice that multiple receivers do not increase the number of transmitters that your system can support.
Consult your documentation to determine the full capability of your RF receiver.
Lastly to review the product descriptions on this site for a more detailed breakdown of each device.
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