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2 Channel 10A Relay Module - 5V Control



This 2 Channel 10A Relay Module utilises 5V Control to operate mechanisms remotely via RF control – Capable of learning and calibrating to any RF remote.

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These 2 Channel 10A Relay Modules with 5V controls were designed to operate the control mechanisms of appliances, parts in large machines, or electrically operated components like window openers or gate locks. What makes this module unique, however, is the fact that it also comes with wireless control, capable of learning the RF frequencies of any remote and allowing you to wirelessly operate whichever mechanisms you need to via a microcontroller board like Arduino or Raspberry Pi.

Whether you want to add wireless accessibility to your gate lock control, are eager to integrate wireless door and window control, or simply want to remove the abundance of cables leading between computers and machines in your workshop, this module is a solid investment. Offering two separate channels, each capable of learning and connecting with separate remote controls or different buttons on a single remote and operating two separate mechanisms wirelessly.


Technical Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage

– 5V DC

  • Output Current

– ≤10A

  • Trigger Current

– ≤100mA

  • Load Control


  • Operating Frequency

– 315MHz

  • Receiver Sensibility

– -103dbm

  • Operating Temperature

– -10°C to +70°C

  • Dimensions

– 67 x 47 x 17mm


Typical Applications for the 2 Channel 10A Relay Module:

Whereas standard Electro-Mechanical Relays have the primary purpose of providing a safe and easy way to operate one or many mechanisms, this 2 Channel 10A Relay Module is unique in that it has 5V Control, allowing it learn and calibrate to any remote frequency.  The module can then receive wireless signals to operate one or two mechanisms remotely, to lock or unlock doors, open or close windows, or even switch on the kettle so it’s ready by the time you get to the kitchen.

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