ELSEMA KEY-304 Remote

132 Fallon Street, North Albury NSW 2640

4 Channel, Keyring 27MHz Remote Control Transmitter

Small keyring transmitters to compliment the FMT-301, FMT-302 and FMT-304.
Flashing LED indicates flat battery.
Crystal based architecture, providing faster frequency settling, greater modulation depth and uced temperature dependence.
Available with customised front label, brand it with your own company logo.
Easy to program and install with code switch technology.
Durable plastic case.

Operates in the 27MHz band, the KEY series achieves the highest possible standard of performance by using a crystal-controlled, frequency modulated (FM) radio signal. The onboard microcontroller uses the latest technology allowing for easy setup and installation while providing maximum security and reliability.

The KEY ring transmitter uses a LED light to indicate a flat battery status. The 1Hz flashing of the LED indicates a flat battery. The blue LED light will be "on" when the transmitter is activated by simply pressing the button on the front.

The KEY ring transmitter uses a high capacity (150mAh) 6 volt battery instead of the usual low capacity (30mAh) 12 volt remote control battery. This allows the user to use longer lasting batteries for more reliable operation.


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Date Listed: 04/03/2013

Last Edited : 17/01/2013

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