The module has four relays (7 amps max per) on screw down terminal blocks. PicoBoos, BooBoxs, lights, or any other device that can be triggered from a relay can now be activated wirelessly. Use with all FrightProps controllers and audio players or your own devices with trigger input.
1 x Control Switch Board with four 7-amp relays on it
1 x Remote Control with four buttons
Requires a 12VDC Power Supply. If you are powering from another device (such as a PicoBoo) then you will not require one.
Remote Control Distance: 100m / 300 ft
Encoding: Fixed code, soldering
Power Supply: 1 x 23A-12V battery
Size: 58 x 39 x 16mm
Channels: 4 CH
Control Modes: Toggle / Momentary / Latched / Toggle+Momentary
Decode: Learning code
Required Power Supply: DC 12V (not included)
Relays: 10A / 120V AC, 20A /14V DC
Working Voltage Range of Relay: AC 110-240V or DC 0-28V
Board Size: 68 x 48 x 20mm
Static Current: <=6mA
Working Frequency: 315 MHz
Actual antenna range will vary greatly depending on the installation and operating environment
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With this wireless controller, do the buttons on transmitter act as off/on switch or momentary?
The wireless unit is user configurable for momentary, latching, and signal interlock.
Momentary: The relay activates when the button is pressed and deactivates when released.
Latched: When button is pressed the relay stays on until the button is pressed again.
Signal Interlock: Flip flops between relays. For example: press A and relay A stays on even if A is pressed again. Press B and then relay A turns off and B stays on. Then button B does nothing until button A is pressed. And so on.
Do the wireless triggers have to be "line of sight" to activate?
The wireless triggers work the farthest when there are no obstructions. But they do work through walls and such, just not as far.
Are these waterproof, can it be out in the rain?
These are not waterproof and must be protected from all moisture.
Does the wireless remote for the flash cracker use the same frequency as the four channel remote?
They use the same frequency (315Mhz) and they will conflict with each other as they each use the same communication protocol.
What kind of battery used in the remote and can it be replaced?
The battery is a “23A” and is replaceable.
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