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Radiometrix has released a code-hopping receiver for applications such as security/alarm systems, status reporting/monitoring secure systems, industrial controls and HVAC controls.

The KDEC receiver can also be used for applications such as wireless door entry systems and simple on/off switching mechanisms.

Offered with a basic antenna, it provides the user with a ready-to-use receiver interface, facilitating the deployment of a secure radio-frequency remote-control system.

This remote-control system uses 32-bit encrypted hop code, which is encrypted using a 64-bit manufacturer code and a 28-bit serial number for security.

The decoder has a standard frequency of 433.92MHz, although other frequencies can be provided on request.

It is optimised for use with the company’s KFX2 key-fob transmitters or KTX2 transmitter modules.

If combined with either of these products, no additional parts are needed to create a wireless system suitable for high-security remote control.

The erasable secure learn function allows up to 16 different transmitters to be remembered.

When optimised for the five-button KFX2 transmitter, it is not possible to activate more than one output per transmission and all five of the KDEC’s 250V 8A relay outputs can be individually activated.

Alternatively, when optimised for use with the KTX2, the KDEC has simple output functionality.

New function codes are fed to the relays as they are received.

For both versions, momentary/latched relay action is also selected by means of a jumper link on the printed circuit board (PCB).

LED-based visual indicators show which relays are in operation.

The receiver is powered by a 9-16VDC supply.

Radiometrix releases code-hopping receiver

Radiometrix has released a code-hopping receiver for applications such as security/alarm systems, status reporting/monitoring secure systems, industrial controls and HVAC controls.

The KDEC receiver can also be used for applications such as wireless door entry systems and simple on/off switching mechanisms.

Offered with a basic antenna, it provides the user with a ready-to-use receiver interface, facilitating the deployment of a secure radio-frequency remote-control system.

This remote-control system uses 32-bit encrypted hop code, which is encrypted using a 64-bit manufacturer code and a 28-bit serial number for security.

The decoder has a standard frequency of 433.92MHz, although other frequencies can be provided on request.

It is optimised for use with the company’s KFX2 key-fob transmitters or KTX2 transmitter modules.

If combined with either of these products, no additional parts are needed to create a wireless system suitable for high-security remote control.

The erasable secure learn function allows up to 16 different transmitters to be remembered.

When optimised for the five-button KFX2 transmitter, it is not possible to activate more than one output per transmission and all five of the KDEC’s 250V 8A relay outputs can be individually activated.

Alternatively, when optimised for use with the KTX2, the KDEC has simple output functionality.

New function codes are fed to the relays as they are received.

For both versions, momentary/latched relay action is also selected by means of a jumper link on the printed circuit board (PCB).

LED-based visual indicators show which relays are in operation.

The receiver is powered by a 9-16VDC supply.

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