MX-FS-03V MX-05 433MHz Wireless Transmitter Receiver Set Arduino

BEAA100015
£2.59

11 in stock

This set is ideally suited to adding wireless communication to your project. This is a matched pair of modules, the MX-05 receiver and MX-FS-03V transmitter. On

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BEAA100015
  • MPN:
    BEAA100015
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Length:
    19
  • Width:
    19
  • Height:
    8
  • Weight:
    4
  • Packaging type:
    OEM
  • Main Colour:
    Green
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • Drive Voltage:
    3.5 - 12V Transmitter
    5V Receiver
  • Characteristics:
    433.92MHz Matched modules
    Receiver - MX-05V
    • 30 x 14 x 8mm (l x w x h)
    • -105DB Sensitivity
    Transmitter MX-FS-03V
    • 19 x 19 x 7mm (l x w x h) Transmitter
    • 4KB/s Transmission speed
    • 10mW Transmitter power
    • Up to 200m communication
  • Draw Current:
    4mA Receiver
  • Communication Format:
    Radio
  • Pin pitch:
    2.54
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to 85°C (unconfirmed)
  • Number of Pieces:
    2
DESCRIPTION
This set is ideally suited to adding wireless communication to your project. This is a matched pair of modules, the MX-05 receiver and MX-FS-03V transmitter. Once configured you can transmit information up to 200m. This set allows you to build in wireless communication and control, such as operating remote lights or controlling an RC robot.
The modules both operate on the frequency 433MHz. If fully powered and configured, under good conditions up to 200m reception can be attained.
These modules are ideal for use with the Arduino microcontroller range and the free VirtualWire Library, however can be used with other microcontrollers. If you require advice or example programs please do not hesitate to contact us using one of the methods below.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the modules operation.
Receiver Pin Description
GND 0V
DATA Receive data
DATA Receive data
VCC 5V
Transmitter Pin Description
DATA Transmit data
VCC 3.5-12V
GND 0V

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