AM-RT4-433FR - 

RF Module, DIL AM Transmitter, 433 MHz

AM-RT4-433FR - RF Module, DIL AM Transmitter, 433 MHz
AM-RT4-433FR - RF Module, DIL AM Transmitter, 433 MHz

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AM hybrid transmitter
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Product Overview

AM-RT4-433FR is an 433MHz hybrid transmitter module. The RF Solutions Ltd. AM hybrid transmitter module provides a complete RF transmitter which can be used to transmit data up to 4KHz from any standard CMOS/TTL source. The module is very simple to operate and offers low current consumption (typ. 4 mA). Data can be supplied directly from a microprocessor or encoding device. Thus keeping the component count down and ensuring a low hardware cost. The module exhibits extremely stable electronic characteristics due to the use of 'Thick-Film' hybrid technology which uses no adjustable components and ensures very reliable operation.
  • Complete RF transmitter
  • CMOS / TTL input
  • No adjustable components
  • Very stable operating frequency
  • Low current consumption
  • Low spurious emissions
  • Low spurious emissions
  • Supply voltage range from 2Vdc to 14Vdc


Wireless, RF Communications, Industrial, Security

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Automation, Wireless Security
AM hybrid transmitter
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