Portable transmitter based on the LoRa SX1278 radio module and managed by the ATmega32u4 microcontroller. Suitable for use in combination with the LoRa screen (see related products), allows long-range radio commands. For programming, a micro USB socket is available via the Arduino IDE. The transmitter is powered by a battery type A23 12V with an average consumption of about 20 mA during operation. The radio control is supplied assembled, tested and complete with a container.
|Alternative use of the remote control hardware|
If in parallel, it is an excellent anti-intrusion protection system.
The miniaturization of the remote control and its self-supply predispose it to be placed wherever a mechanically-switched sensor is required. If I then add a small circuit that makes a very low-consumption timer (of a few nanoamperes), we could operate electronically
These tools are available for operation on the momentary interruption of the circuit that has a power supplied by a small non-rechargeable battery. But further processing of the remote control circuit is already being studied. In this new card, not too remote from a remote control, will be added a battery charger for 3.7 V batteries. The result will be to have a complete processor and radio module card with the possibility of being self-powered and always stay on.
Basically there is a set of three types of devices:
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LoRa radio control - mounted
- Brand: Futura Group Srl
- Product Code: 7100-FT1250M
- Availability: In Stock