The transmitter module is very simple to operate and offers low current consumption (typical. 11mA). Data can be supplied directly from a microprocessor or encoding device, thus keeping the component count down and ensuring a low hardware cost. This hybrid RF Transceiver Module provides a complete RF transmitter and receiver module solution which can be used to transmit data at up to 3KHz from any standard CMOS/TTL source.
The RX – ASK is an ASK Hybrid receiver module. The RF Transceiver Module is an effective low-cost solution for using 433 MHz. The TX-ASK is an ASK hybrid transmitter module. TX-ASK is designed by the saw resonator, with an effective low cost, small size, and simple to use for designing.
Note: This device will not support direct UART communication when connected to PC or microcontrollers as there is a lot of noise always available on these frequencies.
- Low Power Consumption
- Low Current Consumption (Typ 11mA)
- Wide Operating Voltage (1.5-5v)
- Easy For RF-based Application
- Complete Radio Transmitter
- CMOS / TTL Input
- No Adjustable Components
- Very Stable Operating Frequency
- ASK Modulation
- Range in open space(Standard Conditions) : 100 Meters
- TX Frequency Range: 433.92 MHz
- TX Supply Voltage: 3V ~ 6V
- TX Output Power: 4 ~ 12 Dbm
- RX Receiver Frequency: 433 MHz
- RX Typical Sensitivity: 105 Dbm
- RX Supply Current: 3.5 mA
- RX IF Frequency: 1MHz
- RX Operating Voltage: 5V
- Wireless Security System
- Car Security System
- Remote Controls
- Automation System
- Sensor Reporting
- Remote Keyless Entry
1x 433 MHZ RF MODULES TX & RX PAIR
|Operating frequency (TX)||
|Operating voltage (TX)||
3V ~ 6V
100 Meters in open space(Standard Conditions)
|RX IF Frequency||
TX-1.3x1.2x0.4 cm RX-1.3x4.5x0.4 cm
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