Long Range Wireless RF Remote Control Switch Transmitter and Receiver with 2 Channels AC Output for lights (Model: 0020137)

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Application:
This receiver is an electric device with 2 channels AC power outputs, it and the transmitter form a receiver transmitter system. This system may be used in all types of industry automation, agriculture, home, factory, house, farm, vehicle, ship, offshore operations, aerial vehicle, etc. It can remote control equipment on land, water and air, such as remote control of lights, sirens, locks, motors, fans, pump, doors, electric solenoid valves, security alarm, and business signs. The applications are endless.

Feature:
Wireless control, easy to install.
Super long working range: With the transmitter forming a complete set, the maximum working distance may reach 5000 meters in an open area.
Waterproof: The receiver has waterproof case and waterproof connector, it can be installed outdoors.
Universal input: Support 110V AC (100V~120V) used in US, Canada, etc, and 220V AC (200V~240V) used in Germany, UK, France, etc.
AC Power Output: It can control AC equipment with voltage AC 110V, 120V, 220V or 240V.
High Power: Each channel can work at maximum load current 30A.
With wired control terminals: You can connect sensors, limit switches, manual switches or external devices to control the receiver.
With external antenna, the receiver has a farther working range.
The transmitter / remote can 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.

Feedback Function:
The receiver and the transmitter have a Two-way working mode, so the user can know the working status of the receiver by the transmitter.
Two-way working mode: When the receiver is successfully triggered by the signal from the transmitter, it will immediately transmit a feedback signal to the transmitter, then the transmitter will send out a buzzing sound to inform you that the receiver has been successfully triggered.

Receiver Parameters:
Model No.: S2PXW-AC
Operating Voltage: 100~240VAC (110V/120V/220V/240V)
Working Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Quiescent Current: ≤6mA
Channel: 2 CH
Output Type: 100~240VAC (110V/120V/220V/240V)
Maximum Load Current of Relay: 30A / each channel
Wire Range of Terminals: 22-12AWG
3 Selectable Modes: Self-locking, Momentary, Interlocking
Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ +70°C
PCB size: 140 x 73 x 18 mm (5.5 x 2.9 x 0.7 inches)
Case size: 192 x 100 x 45 mm (7.6 x 4.0 x 1.8 inches)

Transmitter Parameters:
Model: 0021061 (CC-2)
Channel / Button: 2
Button Symbol: A, B
Operating Voltage: 9V (1 x 6F22-9V battery, can be used for 12 months)
Quiescent Current: 5μA
Working Current: 65mA (when the transmitter is transmitting the signal), 16mA( when the transmitter is receiving the signal).
Operating Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Modulation Mode: FSK + LORA
Feedback indication: buzzing sound
Transmitting Distance: 5000 meters / 15000 feet (theoretically)
With power switch on the side.
Unit Size: 135 x 42 x 25 mm (5.3 x 1.7 x 1.0 inches)

Matching Transmitters:
This receiver only works with 5000m transmitters, such as model CC-2 (5000 Meter / 15000 feet range) or CCW-2 (waterproof, 5000 Meter / 15000 feet range).

Working Range:
With the transmitter (such as CC-2) forming a complete set, the maximum working distance may reach 5000 meters in an open area.
The maximum working distance is based on theoretical data which would be without barriers and without any RF interference. In practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls or other construction, and will be interfered with by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual working distance may not reach this maximum distance.

Setting different control modes:
1) Setting Self-locking mode: Turn on the first bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Self-locking mode with the transmitter CC-2:
Press the button A on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT1 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
Press the button A again: The terminal A and B of OUT1 stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
Press the button B on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT2 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
Press the button B again: The terminal A and B of OUT2 stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.

2) Setting Momentary mode: Turn on the first bit and the second bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Momentary mode with the transmitter CC-2:
Press and hold the button A on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT1 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
Release the button A: The terminal A and B of OUT1 stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
Press and hold the button B on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT2 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
Release the button B: The terminal A and B of OUT2 stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.

3) Setting Interlocking mode: Turn on the second bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Interlocking mode with the transmitter CC-2:
Press the button A on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT1 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on. Terminals A and B of OUT2 stop outputting, and connected lamp 2 are turned off.
Press the button B on the transmitter: The terminals A and B of OUT2 outputs AC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on. Terminals A and B of OUT1 stop outputting, and connected lamp 1 are turned off.

Wired control terminals:
The receiver has wired control terminals, and you can connect external devices, sensors, or manual switches to these terminals, then use them to control the receiver.
1) By low level signal:
You can connect the external devices (with low level output signal) to the terminals 1, 2 and 3; then use the external devices to control the receiver.
When external device outputs low level signal to terminals 1 (Signal +) and terminal 3 (Signal -), terminals A and B of OUT1 output AC power, and the lamp 1 is turned on.
When the external device stops to output signal, Terminals A and B of OUT1 stop outputting, the lamp 1 is turned off.
When the external device outputs low level signal to manual terminal 2 and terminal 3, Terminals A and B of OUT2 output AC power, the lamp 2 is turned on
When the external device stops to output signal, Terminals A and B of OUT2 stop outputting, the lamp 2 is turned off.

2) By NO/NC contact:
You can connect the manual switches (with NO/NC contact) to the terminals 1, 2 and 3; then use the manual switches to control the receiver.
When connect terminals 1 and 3 by manual switch, Terminals A and B of OUT1 output AC power, the lamp 1 is turned on.
When disconnect terminals 1 and 3 by manual switch, Terminals A and B of OUT1 stop outputting, the lamp 1 is turned off.
When connect terminals 2 and 3 by manual switch, Terminals A and B of OUT2 output AC power, the lamp 2 is turned on.
When disconnect terminals 2 and 3 by manual switch, Terminals A and B of OUT2 stop outputting, the lamp 2 is turned off.

Package Include:
1 x Receiver: S2PXW-AC-ANT3
1 x Transmitter: CC-2/CCW-2
1 x User manual