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Kemo B062 Infra Red Trans/receiver Kit

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13-0475

Brand: Kemo MPN: B062 EAN-13: 4024028010625
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An easy to build infra red transmitter and receiver project which includes a 12V, 3A relay which can be used to externally switch alarms, motors etc.


  • Range between transmitter and receiver exceeds 18 metres
  • Operating voltages; 9V for transmitter, 12V for receiver
  • Includes all components, printed circuit boards and infrared filter for daylight operation
  • Ideal for alarm systems, remote controls etc.
  • Comprehensive instructions included
  • Kemo type B062

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10 January 2017 Question by: Allan | Product code: 13-0475
Q. Hello, I am hoping to use a 9 volt DC power supply with this item but it has an output current of 111mA. Will this work with the unit as it is stated as requiring between 50 - 80 mA I am using a DC converter to get the 12 volt and 9 volt supply that I require.
A. Hi Alan, thank you for your question. The unit requires 12V DC at 100mA for the receiver and 9V DC at 80mA for the transmitter as long as the voltages are stable and smoothed and are capable of a higher current this should be fine as this kit will only draw the current it actually requires.


11 January 2013 Question by: Ermini | Product code: 13-0475
Q. I'm looking to make a remote controlled light for my school project, I need to buy a remote control control and a reciever. I was wondering if this would be everything I need to get a remote control to be able to turn a light on/off. Thank you. Please reply as soon as possible.
A. Hi Ermini. Thank you for your question. You would be best using 73-4404 and 73-4468.

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