eL_B-MX 433.92 MHz control

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  • EUR: 22.31€

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Description

The eLB series receivers are designed to work with transmitters operating at a frequency of 433.92MHz compliant with the KEELOQ coding system.

The eLB series of remote control receivers operates at a frequency of 433.92MHz. The technology used and coding consistent with the KEELOQ standard will ensure that the remote control cannot be copied. It is impossible to start the device without the original, previously programmed remote control. The device has built-in memory for 18 remote controls. The receiver is equipped with one configurable short-circuit output <1A/30V (CH2). Depending on the version, the receivers differ in the connection method: eLB-MX - equipped with a 10-pin connector, enabling installation of the receiver in Beninca, BFT control systems

ADVANTAGES OF THE eLB RECEIVER SERIES

  • Memory for – 18 remote controls.
  • Simple installation of the device
  • Simple learning and configuration procedure
  • Operation in bistable and monostable mode (CH2)
TECHNICAL DATA
  • Frequency: 433.92MHz
  • Transmission: compliant with the KEELOQ standard
  • Power supply: 15-24V (depending on configuration)
  • Current: 12/60 mA (maximum)
  • Output: normally open 1A/30V(NO)
  • Range: > 30 meters

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Additional information

Index

05091

Producent code

EL_B-MX

Producer

eLdrim

Libra

0.01

Mark

ELDRIM

Eldrim is a dynamic company specializing in the production of innovative gate automation solutions. Thanks to many years of experience and commitment to technological development, Eldrim offers customers high-quality gate drives, remote controls and other accessories, ensuring not only safety, but also convenience and comfort of use. Eldrim is a partner you can rely on, caring for its customers' satisfaction and striving to constantly improve its products.

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