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Velleman MK161 2-channel IR Receiver Kit

Order Code:  

73-4404

 
Brand: Velleman  MPN: MK161  EAN-13: 5410329250942
  • Country of Origin: Belgium
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An IR receiver which provides two separate channel functions that work in either toggle or pulse mode. Non-volatile memory for settings make this kit a compact and versatile unit for remote control applications. An ideal project for those with some soldering experience.


  • Two channels with relay output
  • Ultra compact
  • Channel and reception indication via LEDs
  • Toggle/pulse mode selection for each channel
  • Learn mode for channel ID
  • All settings permanently stored in EEPROM
  • Velleman MK161
Please note: This is a self-assembly kit and requires soldering.
Power supply12V DC
Power consumption75mA max
Dimensions45 x 50 x 15mm (1.7 x 1.9 x 4.5in)

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26 October 2011 Question by: Jeremy | Product code: 73-4404
Q. Can this receiver be positioned near a second so that they both will see the IR signal but be programmed to work with 4 different remote control buttons. Regards Jeremy
A. Hi Jeremy, thanks for your question. This seems do-able in principle in that they can be physically located close together. But each one will only operate on two channels (lets call them A & B), it is not clear if these will be the same channels for both ie when they operate remote control one – channel A on both units will operate. There may not be 4 different channel options such as A,B C & D, it is however possible to have a multitude of remotes all of which operate the one unit – ie they are all set to channel A

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