1 Channel DC 40A Remote Control Switch Kit for 12V 24V Electric Linear Actuator (Model: 0020512)

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Package Include:
1 x Receiver: S1PF-DC12 / S1PF-DC24
1 x Transmitter: CV-4-2
1 x User manual

Application:
This DC 12V 24V wireless remote control switch kit with radio receiver and RF transmitter.
It can long range remote control the extension and retraction of the electric linear actuator.

Feature:
Wireless control, easy to install.
Suitable for DC electric linear actuator.
Two operating voltage versions: DC 12V or 24V optional.
You can operate the linear actuator to extend or retract by using the buttons in the receiver or by the transmitter.
With limit terminals: You can connect sensors, limit switches or external devices to limit the stroke of the linear actuator.
With wired control terminals: You can connect manual switches to control the linear actuator.
You can use the transmitter / remote to control the receiver from any place within a reliable working distance.
The wireless RF signal from the transmitter can pass through walls, floors, doors or windows, but it will lose some operating range.
The receiver has reverse power protection and over current protection built in.
The receiver only works with the selected transmitter which is matched to the receiver.
One or more transmitters / remotes can control one or several receivers simultaneously.
Two or more receivers may be used in the same area.

Receiver Parameters:
Model: S1PF-DC12 / S1PF-DC24
Operating Voltage: 12±1VDC (model S1PF-DC12), or 24±2VDC (model S1PF-DC24), the operating voltage must be specified when ordering.
Output Voltage: 12VDC (model S1PF-DC12) or 24VDC (model S1PF-DC24)
2 control modes: Interlocking, Momentary
Quiescent Current: ≤10mA
Rated Current: 40A, so linear actuator maximum starting current cannot exceed 40A.
Wire range for the terminals: 22-12 AWG
Working Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ +70°C
Case size: 115mm x 95mm x 40mm (4.5 x 3.7 x 1.6 inches)

Transmitter Parameters:
Model No.: 0021051 (CV-4-2)
Channel/Button: 4
Button Symbol: ▲, ▼, Two■
Operating Voltage: 12V (1 x 23A -12V battery, can be used for 12 months)
Operating Current: 15mA
Operating Frequency: 433MHz
Transmitting Distance: 500m / 1500ft (theoretically)
Modulation Mode: ASK
Operating Temperature: -20 ° C to +70 ° C
Unit Size: 110mm x 50mm x 18mm

Matching Transmitters:
This receiver can work with different transmitters. Such as model CV-4-2 (500 meters), or CB-3-2 (1000 meters) etc.

Working Range:
With a transmitter (such as CV-4-2) to form a complete set, the maximum working distance can reach 500 meters in an open ground.
The maximum working distance is a theoretical data, it shall be operated in an open ground, no barriers, no any interference. But in the practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls or other constructions, and will be interfered by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual distance may not reach this maximum working distance.
If you want to have a further working range, you can install an external antenna to the receiver, and you also can use a high power transmitter, such as CB-3-2 transmitter.

Usage:
The receiver can be used to control DC 12V / 24V motor or linear actuator. If the power supply of those equipments is DC 12V, you should choose the receiver with same DC 12V version; and if the power supply of those equipments is DC 24V, you should choose the receiver with same DC 24V version.

Setting different control modes:
1) Setting Interlocking mode: Turn the mode switch in the receiver to "L".
The operation by the transmitter, such as CV-4-2:
Press button ▲ on the transmitter: The linear actuator extends outward.
Press button ■ on the transmitter: The linear actuator stops extending outward.
Press button ▼ on the transmitter: The linear actuator retracts inward.
Press button ■ on the transmitter: The linear actuator stops retracting inward.

2) Setting Momentary mode: Turn the mode switch in the receiver to "M".
The operation by the transmitter, such as CV-4-2:
Press and hold button ▲ on the transmitter: The linear actuator extends outward; Release button ▲: The linear actuator stops extending outward.
Press and hold button ▼ on the transmitter: The linear actuator retracts inward; Release button ▼: The linear actuator stops retracting inward.

Limit terminals:
The receiver has limit terminals, and you can connect external devices (with normally closed contact), such as sensors, limit switches to limit terminals, then use them to limit the stroke of the linear actuator.
For example, you can connect two normally closed limit switches to terminals “COM” and “UP”, and connect another normally closed limit switches to terminals “COM” and “DOWN”.
When the linear actuator extends outward, if discount two terminals “COM” and “UP”, the linear actuator automatically stop extending outward.
When the linear actuator retracts inward, if discount two terminals “COM” and “DOWN”, the linear actuator automatically stop retracting inward.

Wired control terminals:
The receiver has wired control terminals, and you can connect external devices (with normally open contact), such as manual switches to wired control terminals, then use them to control the linear actuator.
For example, you can connect three manual switches to wired control terminals “STOP”, “S1”, “COM” and “S2” according to following wiring diagram.

1) Control mode Interlocking:
When connect two terminals “S1” and “COM”, the linear actuator extends outward. And when connect two terminals “STOP” and “COM”, the linear actuator stops extending outward.
When connect two terminals “S2” and “COM”, the linear actuator retracts inward. And when connect two terminals “STOP” and “COM”, the linear actuator stops retracting inward.

2) Control mode Momentary:
When connect two terminals “S1” and “COM”, the linear actuator extends outward. And when disconnect two terminals “S1” and “COM”, the linear actuator stops extending outward.
When connect two terminals “S2” and “COM”, the linear actuator retracts inward. And when disconnect two terminals “S2” and “COM”, the linear actuator stops retracting inward.