MOUNTED USB receiver decoder for radio control 2262, HT12, Motorola 433.92MHz
This small device allows you to decode the signal of radio remote controls
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Attention, the product is ASSEMBLED and TESTED .
Also available in the KIT version or the version mounted on EBAY | MECTRONICA STORE
PYTHON PROGRAM | WINDOWS PROGRAM | WINDOWS DRIVER
This small device allows to decode the signal of radio remote controls with MM53200, Motorola, HT12 encoding, as well as remote controls operating at 433.92 MHz. The device releases the code received via radio on a virtual serial port activated via the USB connection of which it is equipped via the FT232R chip. This USB chip is supported by Windows, Linux and Mac.
The device can use this code to implement a powerful radio receiver with the possibility of creating home automation or remote control applications using a compatible radio control. Fully compatible with PCs and embedded systems such as Raspberry PI and the like. In the links there is an example program to download in python that allows you to test the device (requires pySerial installed). This program is freely modifiable, it is also possible to request customizations to meet your needs.
A receiving program for Windows is also available in the links.
The device is self-powered via the USB port.
The device constantly listens for a valid code and as soon as received it returns the following characters on the serial port:
WHERE IS IT:
(protocol code): 01 for Avidsen and radio controlled sockets, 02 for HT12 and MM53200, 03 for Motorola coding
(code): the code received which corresponds to the position of the DIP SWITCHES of the radio control each character has 0,1, +, -
(CR) (LF) line terminator characters
For example by receiving an Avidsen coding or a compatible radio-controlled socket remote control:
In the case of HT12 coding, MM532000:
In the case of Motorola encoding (three states):
Operating voltage 5V self-powered via USB
USB-SERIAL FT232R interface
Reception frequency 433.92MHz
Receiver sensitivity -114 dBm
RF protocols: compatible remote controls, MM53200, Motorola, HT12
Led signaling code in reception
USB type B female connection
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