QAM-TX1 - 

RF Module, AM ASK Data Transmitter, 433 MHz

QAM-TX1 - RF Module, AM ASK Data Transmitter, 433 MHz
QAM-TX1 - RF Module, AM ASK Data Transmitter, 433 MHz

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The Quasar UK range of AM radio modules provides complete RF transmitter and receiver radio modules which can be used to communicated data at up to 3KHz between CMOS/TTL devices. The modules are very simple to operate and offer low current consumption, allowing for extended battery life when used in mobile applications. Data can be supplied directly to or from a microprocessor or encoding device, thus keeping the component count down and ensuring a low hardware cost. The modules are compatible with the Quasar UK range of AM receivers to provide a complete solution.
  • Complete RF Transmitter
  • Transmit range Up To 50m
  • CMOS / TTL Input
  • No adjustable components
  • Very stable operating frequency
  • Low current consumption (Typ 11mA)
  • Wide operating voltage (1.5-5v)
  • ASK modulation
  • Available as 315 or 433 MHz
  • SMT miniature package 11 x 8 x 3mm


Wireless, Security, Industrial, RF Communications

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