Introduction

Specification

Tutorial

Pairing Rules

PT2272/SC2272/CS5212 PT2262 PT2260 SC2260 CS5211 width
220K 1.2M X 3.3M 1.1M 500us
270K 1.5M X 4.3M 1.4M 650us
390K 2.2M X 6.2M 2M 900us
680K 3.3M X 9.1M 3M 1320us
820K 4.7M 1.2M 12M 4.3M 1820us

Set Address Code

The default address code of the remote control is floating,so if you use the RF Shield 315MHz(TEL0075),you must remove all the jumpers.You can also disassemble the remote control to revise the address code.When disassembled,you will see the situation as shown in the following picture. FIT0355.png By three rows of metal welding points, the first row is grounding terminal, the second row is address pins, and the third row is high level terminal.Every address pin can set to a state of High,Low and Flaoting.If jump to L,the address pin is Low level;If jump to H,the address pin is High level;If not jump,the address pin is Floating. The encoding is similar to the RF shield,just the difference is that A0~A7 line sequence is not the same.You can use the soldering iron to modify the address code.Anyway,the address code must be equal between wireless control and RF shield!

FAQ

Q&A Some general Arduino Problems/FAQ/Tips
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