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RF Remote Control System is Applied at Private Airport

Overview:

“I am looking for a remote and multiple receivers for a small private airport. We have a controller box switch that activates when you key the microphone 7 times on a specific frequency. I would like to plug a dc power adapter into this unit and wire into one of your remotes. The runway lights are all solar dc leds. I will need 12 receivers total to start out. My question is: Can one remote, controlled by external wires, send a signal out to multiple receivers at the same time?  In other words, if the remote detects dc input and sends out an ON signal, can several receivers receive the ON signal at the same time?”

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Solution:

We recommend the low voltage triggered transmitter (CB-2V) and 1 channel 2000m receivers (S1L-DC12-ANT2). The most remarkable feature of this transmitter is low current triggered. That is to say, when you offer dc power 5~28V to this transmitter, it will send signal out to the receiver. The receiver is long range with external extended antenna. When it works in pairs with transmitter, their transmitting distance can reach 2000m (6000ft) in the open field. One transmitter can send out ON signal to make several receivers ON at the same time if you use the same code of those transmitter and receivers.

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Wires on the transmitter should be connected to the contacts of original device which can generate dc 5~28V output power.

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The normally open contacts B&C of receivers should be connected to solar led light being controlled. Wire each solar led light to each receiver.

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When the contacts of two wires of transmitter input 5~28V voltage, the transmitter is triggered and then transmits an rf signal “ON” to the receiver. After the receiver receives the signal, contacts B&C are closed; the solar led lights being controlled are on.

When the contacts of two wires of transmitter’s power is cut, the transmitter is triggered and then transmits an rf signal “OFF” to the receiver. After the receiver receives the signal, contacts B&C are cut; the solar led lights being controlled are off.