RX500 RF Receiver Module user manual

Instructions Receiver Module RF RX500 User manual

Model: RX500


RX500 receiver module is receiving the UHF ASK demodulation equipment, support ASK demodulation. The receiver module has high sensitivity (-110dBm), low power consumption performance (<6mA), and a high dynamic range (greater than 60dB). The receiving module uses a highly integrated chip, built-in front-end low-noise amplifier, mixer, filter, frequency synthesizer and other circuits, which can optimize the signal to the greatest extent.


Features


RX500 receiver module has high sensitivity (-110dBm) and support ASK demodulation;
Frequency: 315MHz(RX500-3) / 433.92MHz(RX500-4);
Bandwidth 300KHz;
Wide operating voltage range: 2.0V-5.0V;
Low power consumption;
Good selectivity and spurious radiation suppression, Can pass CE / FCC international certification easily;
Good local oscillator radiation suppression ability, multiple receiver modules can work together (single transmitter and multiple receivers) and will not interfere with each other, and use together does not affect the receiving distance;
The maximum communication rate is 10Kbps;
Temperature range: -40-85℃, it can work normally even in harsh environmental temperature;
Small Size: 23.5 x 9 x 1.0 (mm)



APPLICATION

Wireless power switch and socket;
Wireless remote control curtains, wireless access control, electric vehicles;
Security, monitoring system;
Hotel room control;
Smart home products;



Frequency


433(433.92)Mhz
When the sign of RX500 crystal printed on the receiver module is 6.7458, This receiver module frequency is 433(433.92) Mhz.

RX500-3(315Mhz)

315Mhz

When the sign of RX500 crystal printed on the receiver module is 4.897, This receiver module frequency is 315 Mhz.

RX500-3(315Mhz)

 

PIN

RX500(About pin)

No.

Sign.

Description

1

-

GND - Power negative

2

DO

 DO - DATA Output

 

3

4

+

VDD - Power positive

 

SIZE

RX500(About size)

 

 

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