Quasar Single Channel Wireless Remote Control Kit Additional Keyfob

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Product overview

Additional keyfobs are available for the single channel wireless remote control kit (Order Code L26BK)


Transmitter battery: 23A (supplied - replacement JG91Y)
Operating frequency: 433.92MHz
Receiver supply voltage: DC 12 V
Receiver current: 6mA (standby), 36mA (switching)

Can this be used to switch on outside garden lighting?

Asked by: Doghouse
This is only an additional keyfob for the full system. you would need the full system to control garden lighting and other electrical items. The full item is available here: http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/quasar-single-channel-wireless-remote-control-kit-l26bk
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-02-27

How do I program the additional new fob from my existing fob?

Asked by: Anonymous
Learning a New Transmitter Keyfob Switch 1. Short the two SW1 ‘learn’ pins on the receiver PCB, the receiver relays will click continuously. 2. Press the transmitter once, the receiver relays will stop 3. Press the transmitter again, the receiver relays will ‘buzz’ briefly. This transmitter will now operate the system. Erasing Existing Transmitters 1. Short the two learn pins on the receiver for 10 seconds. 2. The receiver relays will ‘buzz’ briefly after the 10 seconds to indicate the Tx encoder(s) have been erased NOTE: You can not erase individual Tx encoders
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-12-06

I want to use this on my sons electric car ( 12v) until he gets used to taking his foot of the pedal to stop. We have 200ft garden would the unit have the range. What is the rating ( amps) of the relay contacts. Many thanks

Asked by: Leibs01
A full data sheet will be uploaded in the next 2 - 3 hours and will be found in the "downloads" tab.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-08-04

I'm planning on using it in a circuit I'm building to enable a wireless remote trigger for the circuit and was wondering (as the images are very unclear) as to how you would go about wiring this into a circuit and if its a simple on/off

Asked by: blackstar
We cannot offer full advice on mains electrical installations, this job would be best left down To qualified Electricians, if you are at all unsure we would strongly recommend consulting a qualified electrician for help and support or to complete the job for you.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-03-09

what are the dimensions of the reciever unit?

Asked by: BRL1
Receiver Decoder Dimensions 90mm (108mm incl Flange) x 53mm x 30mm
Answered by: PaulaC
Date published: 2015-07-17
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