The tideRF X2-240 is the perfect lightweight RF receiver for home automation, access control and DIY projects. Easy to use instructions make pairing your transmitters straightforward and easy.
- 433 MHz Frequency
- Versatile EV1527 format
- Easy setup
- 2 Relay Channels
Modulation Mode: ASK
Operating Modes: Momentary, Toggle and Latching Mode.
RF Frequency: 433MHz
Input Voltage: AC 85V~250V
Receiving Sensitivity: >97dbm
Remote Control Range: >50m
Circuit Board Size: 7.3 x 5.2 x 2.5cm
What is EV1527 Format?
The EV1527 format uses 20 bits for identifying the remote and 4 bits for identifying buttons on that remote. This means remotes transmitting via EV1527 format can have 1,048,576 possible unique remote identifiers and up to 16 channels (buttons).
NOTE: It is not recommended to use EV1527 for high security applications.
What is ASK transmission?
ASK transmission uses a similar principal to AM radio. This allows these transmitters to reach larger distances and reduce power consumption.
In the box
- 1x 433 MHz remote transmitter
- 1x Key ring loop
Output and Buttons Diagram
In momentary mode, when a button is pressed it will activate the respective relay until the button is released.
To set the device in toggle mode, place the jumper on the 3 pins next to that learning button on the “M” side.
In toggle mode, one button press will activate a channel relay and it will remain active until the button is pressed again.
To set the device in toggle mode, place the jumper on the 3 pins next to the learning button on the “T” side.
Latching / Interlocking Mode
When the receiver is set to latching mode, each channel must have one ON button and one OFF button.
Please note that in latching mode, both channels cannot be activated at the same time. If both channels need to be activated simultaneously then use toggle mode.
To set the device in latching mode, remove the jumper from the 3 pins next to the learning button.
These remotes can be used by learning them in to any 433 MHz EV1527 compatible remote transmitter .