One of our customers is trying to operate a pump start relay using an RF signal, but using an irrigation timer as the control for the transmitter instead of a fob or push button RC control. The irrigation timer has an output for wire controlled pump start relays. It is a simple 2 wire control, and is 24v output. There is also 110v output if needed, (to power the transmitter for instance.) He needs a transmitter that can be operated by the irrigation control using the 24v output to activate the transmitter. The irrigation control is approximately 200 yards from the pump start relay, and there is no clear line of sight.
Receiver: Model: 0020488 (S1PUA-AC220-ANT2)
Transmitter: Model: 0021044 (CB-2V)
The reason why we recommend this RF remote control kit:
- According to the description from the customer, we know that the working range of his irrigation control is approximately 200 yards from the pump start relay. Theoretically speaking, the working range of this remote control kit which we have recommended to him can reach 2000M / 6000ft.
- The receiver 0020488 (S1PUA-AC220-ANT2) can control equipment with AC110~240V or DC0~28V, such as, pump, lights, motors, fans, electrically operated doors/ locks/ windows/ blinds/ cars and so on. The maximum working current of the receiver is 30A.
- The transmitter 0021044 (CB-2V) has extended input wires. When it has DC 5~28V power input for red wire and black wire of the transmitter, the transmitter will be triggered and then it will send an RF signal of "ON" to turn on the receiver, the device controlled by the receiver will starts to work. When it does not have DC 5~28V power input for red wire and black wire of the transmitter, the transmitter will be triggered and then it will send an RF signal of "OFF" to turn off the receiver, the device controlled by the receiver will stops working.
- Therefore, when wiring the customer’s irrigation timer to the transmitter, it can easily remote control his pump start relay.
We can show you how to use transmitter (CB-2V) to remote control small water pump.
As I have mentioned above, the most significance feature of transmitter (CB-2V) is that it has extended input wires, which means you can wire power supply to the transmitter and then switch on the power to remote control the water pump instead of pressing button of the transmitter to remote control the water pump.
First, let’s see what we need to prepare in order to achieve this action.
Small water pump
Two water pipes
One AC Power Supply and two DC Power Supplies
First, wire the DC power supply to the small water pump and terminal B of the receiver.
Then, wire the small water pump to terminal A of the receiver.
Next, wire the AC power supply to the receiver.
At Last, wire another DC power supply to the transmitter.
Now, all you need to do is switch on the power, and then you can remote control the water pump.
If you want to remote control the water pump by pressing the button on the transmitter, you will no longer need to wire the power supply to the transmitter. The following are the materials you should prepare.
These two operations can all remote control the small water pump, the water will move from the green bowl to the white bowl.
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