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434MHz RF Link Transmitter

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£5.18 (inc VAT) £4.32 (exc VAT)
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PPWRL-10534
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    434MHz RF Link Transmitter
     

    These wireless transmitters work with our 434MHz receivers. They can easily fit into a breadboard and work well with microcontrollers to create a very simple wireless data link. Since these are only transmitters, they will only work communicating data one-way, you would need two pairs (of different frequencies) to act as a transmitter/receiver pair.

    Features:

    • 434 MHz
    • 500ft range (given perfect conditions)
    • 4800bps data rate
    • 5V supply voltage

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    1. A great wee board

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      Got it, plugged onto breadboard, hooked up Arduino, wrote a little test program, and it did things. Now bigger challenge of making my larger project work - still writing code!


    2. Easy setup & Super fast delivery

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      This comment is more to say how good proto-pic are on the delivery. Ordered at 11pm on a friday and received it the next day. I might have been lucky with the post but they always delivered on time or earlier and well packaged.

      On the product side, it's small, easy to setup (just 4 pins) and has got a good range even through walls.

      I bought it to use with Maplin remote plugs. Using this amazingly easy to implement code from here: http://www.fanjita.org/serendipity/archives/53-Interfacing-with-radio-controlled-mains-sockets-part-2.html