Wireless Remote Control Two Appliances with Different Voltage in One Receiver

Question from customer:

Can I use the receiver to control a 24 volt circuit on one relay and a 12 volt circuit on the other relay?


   We are glad to recommend the remote control equipment to you on the basis of your requirement. It is model: S2U-DC12 & C-2L. The receiver is S2U-DC12 and the transmitter is C-2L. The working voltage range of relay is AC 110~240V or DC 0~28V. That means you can connect a 12V appliance to and a 24V appliance in the receiver at the same time. Besides, you can also connect two different AC facilities, two different DC facilities or one AC and one DC facilities in it, if the facilities’ working voltage range is AC 110~240V or DC 0~28V.

   For example, you can connect Lights, Motors, Fans, electrically operated Doors / Locks / Windows / Blinds / Cars or Other Appliances with AC110~240V or DC0~28V in the receiver. Then you use the transmitter to meanwhile turn on/off two devices with different voltage by remote control, if the working environment within a reliable distance (100m/300ft theoretically).

  When you press button of transmitter, the receiver can receive the wireless RF signal from it by passing through walls, floors and doors. So the wireless remote control equipment is more convenient and suitable for controlling two appliances with different voltage.



  Here is wireless circuit diagram. You can connect one DC12V appliance to “A & B” terminal of the relay 2 and one DC 24V appliance to “A & B” terminal of the relay 1. Then supply power to receiver, and you can turn on/off the appliances by remote control. By the way, you need to switch on the positive pole and the negative pole in order to normally supply power to the receiver.




If you want to know more something about the wireless remote control equipment, you can enter into our website and search the product as following:


Model: 0020497 (S2U-DC12 & C-2L)






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