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(Used) Quasar Single Channel Wireless Remote Control Kit

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Quoting product code: B85QX

£19.99

About this product

Overview

  • Controls many different applications such as garage doors, garden lighting, gate and door control, etc
  • Switches up to 12A at AC 230 V mains
  • Up to 30m range

Product overview

• Controls many different applications such as garage doors, garden lighting, gate and door control, etc• Switches up to 12A at AC 230 V mains• Up to 30m range• Highly secure code-hopping protocol to ensure safe operation• High security protocol• ‘Easy learn’ transmitter feature• Easy installation via screw terminals• Momentary or latching outputs• Requires no radio licence

Easy to install, the receiver is connected using standard screw terminals and is powered from DC 12 V. The output relay can switch up to 12A at AC 230 V mains and can toggle on/off or switch momentarily when the transmitter button pressed. The system is supplied with one keyfob transmitter and the receiver can learn up to a total of 6 keyfobs for multiple users. If a keyfob is lost or stolen, then simply reset the unit and teach it a new keyfob code. Additional keyfobs are available (Order Code: RN55K)

Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an excellent product I have purchased lots of 4 channel for garden lighting. It is a pity that the 4 channel is no longer available from Quasar. A good product if you can get them.
Date published: 2017-07-19
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Specification

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

does this (used) item have the same warranty as a new unit ? 

Asked by: keith
Yes, that's correct.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-03-15
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