1-channel hand-held transmitter – SHT-7 C1

63,80 

Plus 19% MwSt.
Delivery Time: approx. 3 working days

With the SHT-7 C1 hand-held transmitter, a remote operation of a wireless module or receiver in the SH-7 wireless series can be triggered. LEDs provide information about transmission behaviour and power supply.

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  • With the SHT-7 C1 hand-held transmitter, a remote operation of a wireless module or receiver in the SH-7 wireless series can be triggered. A green LED provides information about transmission and additionally a red LED indicates a low battery supply of the transmitter. This information is sent also to the receiver in order to realise e.g. an alarm.

    Our SH-7 wireless series is the standard solution for general remote control tasks. The free-field range is approx. 600 – 700 m and about 50 m inside buildings.

    We will be happy to advise you on the selection of appropriate receivers.

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    Manual 1-channel hand-held transmitter – SHT-7 C1

  • Frequency:

    433,92 MHz

    Housing colour:

    light grey

    Housing dimensions:

    approx. 100 x 37 x 19 mm

    Control functions:

    1 + Low-Batt

    Signaling:

    optically with 2 LED’s

    Power supply:

    12V alkaline Battery

    Temperature range:

    -20°C to +65°C

    Scope of supply:

    hand-held transmitter, carry loop and battery

    Order reference:

    1-channel hand-held transmitter – SHT-7 C1

    Item number:

    00340.01

    Accessories:

    12V alkaline Battery (00033.00)

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