RC Transmitter And Receiver Long Range 5KM Wireless Remote 4 Devices (Model 0020224)

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Introduction of 5km 4 Channels DC Power Output RF Wireless Remote Switch

Package Include:
1 x Wireless remote switch: (S4XW-DC-ANT3 & CC-4 or CCW-4)
1 x User manual

Introduction:
This receiver is a super long range remote switch. It is developed by LORA (Long Range) wireless communication technology, so it has ultra-long working distance, ultra-high receiving sensitivity, superior anti-interference ability, and smaller power consumption. It uses a transceiver chip to implement bidirectional communication. Its ideal working distance is up to 5 kilometers, which is an excellent device for remote control and long-distance communication.

Application:
This receiver is an electric device with 4 channels DC power outputs, it and the transmitter form a wireless remote-control system. This system may be used in all types of industry automation, agriculture, business, home, factory, house, farm, garage, vehicle, ship, aerial vehicle, etc. It can remote control different DC equipment on land, water, and air, such as lights, doors, windows, lamps, sockets, locks, sirens, outlets, heaters, motors, fans, winches, curtains, blinds, linear actuators, electric solenoid valves, and security alarm systems. The applications are endless.

Feature:
Wireless control, easy to install.
Super long working range: With the transmitter forming a complete set, the maximum working distance may reach 5000 meters in an open area.
Waterproof: The receiver has waterproof case and waterproof connector; it can be installed outdoors.
Four operating voltage versions: DC 6V, 9V, 12V, 24V optional.
DC Power Output: It can control DC equipment with voltage DC 6V, 9V, 12V or 24V.
With wired control terminals: You can connect sensors, limit switches, manual switches, or external devices to control the receiver.
With external antenna, the receiver has a farther working range.
The transmitter / remote can control the receiver from any place within a reliable working distance.
Wireless RF signal from the transmitter can pass through walls, floors, doors, or windows, but it will lose some operating range.
The receiver has reverse voltage protection and overcurrent protection.
One or more transmitters / remotes can control one or several receivers simultaneously.
Two or more receivers may be used in the same area.

Feedback Function:
The receiver and the transmitter have a Two-way working mode, so the user can know the working status of the receiver by the transmitter.
Two-way working mode: When the receiver is successfully triggered by the signal from the transmitter, it will immediately transmit a feedback signal to the transmitter. When the transmitter receives this signal, it will send out a buzzing sound to inform you that the receiver has been successfully triggered.

Receiver Parameters:
Model: S4XW-DC-ANT3
Operating Voltage: 6VDC (model S4XW-DC06), or 9±1VDC (model S4XW-DC09), or 12±1VDC (model S4XW-DC12), or 24±2VDC (model S4XW-DC24), the operating voltage must be specified when ordering.
Working Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Quiescent Current: ≤6mA
Channel: 4 CH
Output Type: DC power output
Maximum Load Current of Relay: 10A / channel
Suitable Wires for Connecting Terminals: 22-12 AWG
3 Selectable Working Modes: Self-locking, Momentary, Interlocking
Operating Temperature: -20 °C ~ +70 °C
PCB size: 140 x 73 x 18 mm (5.5 x 2.9 x 0.7 inches)
Case size: 192 x 100 x 45 mm (7.6 x 4.0 x 1.8 inches)

Transmitter Parameters:
Model: 0021062 (CC-4)
Channel / Button: 4
Button Symbol: A, B, C, D
Operating Voltage: 9V (1 x 6F22-9V battery, can be used for 12 months)
Working Current: 65mA (when the transmitter is transmitting the signal), 16mA( when the transmitter is receiving the signal).
Standby Current: 5μA
Operating Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Transmitting Distance: 5000m / 15000ft (theoretically)
Modulation Mode: FSK + LORA
Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ +70°C
Unit Size: 135 x 42 x 25 mm (5.3 x 1.7 x 1.0 inches)

Matching Transmitters:
This receiver only works with 5000m transmitters, such as model CC-4 (5000 Meter / 15000 feet range) or CCW-4 (waterproof, 5000 Meter / 15000 feet range).

Super Long Working Range:
The receiver and the transmitter form a complete kit, the maximum working distance may reach 15000 feet or 5000 meters in an open area.
The maximum working distance is a theoretical data, it shall be operated in an open ground, no barriers, no interference. But in the practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls, or other construction, and will be interfered by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual working distance may not reach this maximum distance.

Usage:
The receiver can be used to control DC 6V / 9V / 12V / 24V devices.If the power supply of those equipments is DC 12V, you should choose the receiver with same DC 12V version; and if the power supply of those equipments is DC 24V, you should choose the receiver with same DC 24V version.

Wiring:
If you want to control a DC 12V lamp, do as following:
1) Connect the positive pole of DC power supply to terminal <L/+>, and connect the negative pole of DC power supply to terminal <N/->.
2) Connect terminal <L/+> to the positive pole of lamp, and connect terminal <N/-> to the negative pole of lamp.

Setting different working modes:
The receiver will be set in Self-locking mode before leaving the factory, if you want to use another mode, please follow the following steps.

1) Setting Self-locking mode: Turn on the third bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Self-locking mode with the transmitter CC-4:
Press the button A on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT1> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
Press the button A again: The terminals <OUT1> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
Press the button B on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT2>outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
Press the button B again: The terminals <OUT2> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.
Press the button C on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT3> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 3 is turned on.
Press the button C again: The terminals <OUT3> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 3 is turned off.
Press the button D on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT4> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 4 is turned on.
Press the button D again: The terminals <OUT4> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 4 is turned off.

2) Setting Momentary mode: Turn off the second bit and the third bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Momentary mode with the transmitter CC-4:
Press and hold the button A on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT1> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
Release the button A: The terminals <OUT1> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
Press and hold the button B on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT2> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
Release the button B: The terminals <OUT2> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.
Press and hold the button C on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT3> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 3 is turned on.
Release the button C: The terminals <OUT3> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 3 is turned off.
Press and hold the button D on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT4> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 4 is turned on.
Release the button D: The terminals <OUT4> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 4 is turned off.

3) Setting Interlocking mode: Turn on the second bit of the dip switch.
The operation of Interlocking mode with the transmitter CC-4:
Press the button A on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT1> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on. Other 3 terminals stop outputting, and other 3 connected lamps are turned off.
Press the button B on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT2> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on. Other 3 terminals stop outputting, and other 3 connected lamps are turned off.
Press the button C on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT3> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 3 is turned on. Other 3 terminals stop outputting, and other 3 connected lamps are turned off.
Press the button D on the transmitter: The terminals <OUT4> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 4 is turned on. Other 3 terminals stop outputting, and other 3 connected lamps are turned off.

Wired control terminals:
The receiver has wired control terminals, and you can connect external devices, sensors, or manual switches to these terminals, then use them to control the receiver.
1) By low level signal:
You can connect the external devices (with low level output signal) to the terminals <Signal 1+>, <Signal 2+>, <Signal 3+>, <Signal 4+> and the terminal <Signal ->, then use the external devices to control the receiver.
When the external device outputs low level signal to the terminals <Signal 1+> and <Signal ->, the terminals <OUT1> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
When the external device stops to output signal, the terminals <OUT1> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
When the external device outputs low level signal to the terminals <Signal 2+> and <Signal ->, the terminals <OUT2> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
When the external device stops to output signal, the terminals <OUT2> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.
When the external device outputs low level signal to the terminals <Signal 3+> and <Signal ->, the terminals <OUT3> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 3 is turned on.
When the external device stops to output signal, the terminals <OUT3> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 3 is turned off.
When the external device outputs low level signal to the terminals <Signal 4+> and <Signal ->, the terminals <OUT4> outputs DC power, and the connected lamp 4 is turned on.
When the external device stops to output signal, the terminals <OUT4> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 4 is turned off.

2) By NO/NC contact:
You can connect the manual switches (with NO/NC contact) to the terminal <Signal 1+>, <Signal 2+>, <Signal 3+>, <Signal 4+> and the terminal <Signal ->, then use the manual switches to control the receiver.
When connect the terminals <Signal 1+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT1> outputs DC power and the connected lamp 1 is turned on.
When disconnect the terminals <Signal 1+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT1> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 1 is turned off.
When connect the terminals <Signal 2+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT2> outputs DC power and the connected lamp 2 is turned on.
When disconnect the terminals <Signal 2+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT2> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 2 is turned off.
When connect the terminals <Signal 3+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT3> outputs DC power and the connected lamp 3 is turned on.
When disconnect the terminals <Signal 3+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT3> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 3 is turned off.
When connect the terminals <Signal 4+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT4> outputs DC power and the connected lamp 4 is turned on.
When disconnect the terminals <Signal 4+> and <Signal -> by the manual switch, the terminals <OUT4> stops outputting, and the connected lamp 4 is turned off.