TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF THE RECEIVER
- relay output: 1A/ 30 V DC
- S transistor output: 0,5A/ 12 V DC
- sabotage output: 50mA/ 12 V DC
TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
The principal use - in alarm systems as a unit which controls the work of other devices of the system, for example, sensors, blocking zones and detectors, or as a panic button. The receiver can be used as equipment which controls remotely the work of the following devices: gates and barriers, electromagnetic locks, lights etc.
The cooperation with other devices - both the receiver and the remote control of the RSU-KO2/2 set cooperate with any other device produced by GORKE. There are no technical limits in creating other sets. The remote may control any number of the receivers under the condition that it is programmed into the receiver’s memory.
The operating range - the following range concerns the open space (without any obstacles, when the receiver and the pilot can „see each other”). If there are any obstacles between the receiver and the sender, one must assume that the range would be reduced: for wood and plaster it would be 5-20% lower, for bricks 20-40% lower, and for reinforced concrete 40-80% lower. If there are many obstacles we advise to configure the sets using the receivers of the SH class, to use retransmitters or stronger remote controls. If there are metal obstacles, using the radio systems is not recommended. In such situation, one should consider installing WLC 201 module, which helps to avoid the problem. The double value given in the technical specification of the pilot concerns cooperating with different types of receivers. The first value (the smaller one) concerns superreactive receivers of the RSU type, the second one (the bigger one) – with the superheterodyne receivers, for example OPC, IDO.
The receiver's memory capacity – in the manufacturing version the receiver from the RSU-KO2/2 set has small memory (14 remote controls). To use systems with more than 14 controls one needs to use option S (113 senders). One must remember that for these receivers deleting even one remote control from the memory is connected with a must to re-programme the ones which are supposed to stay in the system. Because of it, we recommend using identifying receivers (for example IDO 500) in the large systems (several dozen or even hundred controls) because they allow for deleting the senders from the receiver's memory individually.
The receiver's operating mode: the monostable mode – pressing the button opens the relay for a set time. The bistable mode – after receiving the transmission from the remote control, the relay flips on the other state.
The communication hopping code – the radio transmission between the sender and the receiver is based on the hopping code (KEELOQ® firmy Microchip Technology Inc.), which guarantees a high level of safety while using and resistance to radio signals coming from other devices. Each sender has its own individual code. The receiver reacts only to those transmissions which come from the senders programmed in its memory.
Frequency 433,92 MHz – the devices work on the frequency 433,92 MHz. This bandwidth does not require any special permissions and concessions for using it.