RF Transmitter Receiver Module 315MHz Wireless Link Kit For Arduino
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DescriptionThe "RF Transmitter Receiver Module 315MHz Wireless" is a set of two wireless communication modules commonly used in electronics and DIY projects. These modules facilitate the wireless transmission and reception of data or signals over a distance using radio frequency (RF) technology.
Here's an explanation of each part:
RF Transmitter Module:The RF transmitter module is a small electronic device capable of transmitting data or signals wirelessly using radio waves. It operates at a specific frequency, in this case, 315MHz. These modules typically have a few input pins for data or signals that need to be transmitted. When data is applied to these input pins, the module encodes it into radio waves and broadcasts it through an antenna.
RF Receiver Module:The RF receiver module is a counterpart to the transmitter module. It is designed to receive the transmitted radio waves and decode the data or signals back into their original form. Like the transmitter, the receiver also operates at 315MHz and has output pins that provide the received data or signals.
Wireless Communication:When the transmitter module sends data, the receiver module captures it, allowing for wireless communication between two devices. This can be utilized in various applications, such as remote control systems, wireless data transmission, communication between microcontrollers or embedded systems, and more.
Frequency:The "315MHz" frequency indicates the radio frequency at which these modules operate. This frequency is within the range of the ISM (Industrial, Scientific, and Medical) bands, which are reserved for unlicensed use in many countries.
Both the transmitter and receiver modules are relatively easy to use and integrate into projects, making them popular components for creating wireless communication links between devices. However, it's essential to understand the local regulations regarding the use of radio frequencies to ensure compliance and avoid interference with other communication systems.
- Model: XY-MK-5V
- Operating voltage (V DC): 5
- Quiescent Current (mA): 4
- Receiving frequency (MHz): 315
- Receiver sensitivity: -105 dB.
- Launch Distance (m): 20-200
- Operating voltage (V): 3.5 ~ 12
- Operating mode: AM
- Transfer rate (KB/sec): 4
- Transmitting power (mW): 10
- Transmitting frequency (MHz): 315
- Receiver module Size: 30 x 14 x 7 mm.
- Weight (gm): 2
- Transmitter module Size: 19 x 19 X 5 mm.
- Weight (gm) : 3
Receiver module parameters :
- Product Model: XY-MK-5V.
- Operating voltage: DC5V.
- Quiescent Current: 4mA.
- Receiving frequency: 315MHz.
- Receiver sensitivity: -105 dB.
Transmitter module parameters :
- Launch Distance: 20-200 meters (different voltage, different results).
- Operating voltage: 3.5-12V.
- Operating mode: AM.
- Transfer rate: 4KB/S.
- Transmitting power: 10mW.
- Transmitting frequency: 315Mhz.
- An external antenna: 25cm ordinary multi-core or single-core line.
- Pinout from left a+ right: (DATA; VCC; GND).
- Interfacing with Arduino RF 315/433 MHz Transmitter-receiver Module
- 1 x RF Transmitter Receiver Module 315MHz Wireless Link Kit For Arduino
So far so good! They communicate pretty effectively at a decent distance. Only issue I had was with getting the right frequency for the receiver. It wasn't calibrated at the factory. To those that are struggling: hook the pair up to some Arduinos and have one constantly transmit a signal, on the receiving end, just continually scan for that signal and slowly turn the frequency knob until you pick it up. Best wishes! Stay creative.
I have purchased dozens of these over the years and they work great!
Transmitter and Receiver works like a charm.Only request from the manufacturer is to label the frequency on the Receiver piece.
It takes the air and makes it 315mhz bits instead. It did this with modest efficacy.Clearly recycled parts which is good.Probably made with slave labor. :-(