Elsema 4 Channel Transmitter- Keyring Style
Elsema 4 Channel Transmitter - Keyring Style
- Flashing LED indicates ﬂ at battery
- Crystal based architecture, providing faster frequency settling, greater modulation depth and reduced temperature dependence
- Available with customised front label, brand it with your own company logo
- Easy to program and install with code switch technology
- Durable plastic case
- Dimension: 65 x 40 x 15 mm
Operates in the 27MHz band, the KEY series achieves the highest possible standard of performance by using a crystal-controlled, frequency modulated (FM) radio signal. The onboard microcontroller uses the latest technology allowing for easy setup and installation while providing maximum security and reliability.
The KEY ring transmitter uses a LED light to indicate a ﬂ at battery status. The 1Hz ﬂ ashing of the LED indicates a ﬂ at battery. The blue LED light will be “on” when the transmitter is activated by simply pressing the button on the front.
The KEY ring transmitter uses a high capacity (150mAh) 6 volt battery instead of the usual low capacity (30mAh) 12 volt remote control battery. This allows the user to use longer lasting batteries for more reliable operation.
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