2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for CFL Bulb

Whether you’re reading in the comfort of your bed or setting just the right mood for watching a movie, remote light switch means never having to get up out of your favorite chair to switch ON/OFF your CFL bulb. If you want a remote light switch product to control one(multiple) CFL bulb(s) in a super long range, but still worry about that you may don’t know if the CFL bulb attached the wireless receiver is actually on/off in such a long distance .

We think remote light switch 0020114 (S1PXW-DC12-ANT2 & CC-2) may the choice for you. Because the remote light switch 0020114 can reach 2000, 3000m, 4000m or 5000m in different circumstances. With two-way feedback function, the CFL Bulb will turn on/off when you press on the button of the remote controller. And when the CFL Bulb is on/off, the wireless receiver will immediately send a return signal to the remote controller. After the remote controller receives the feedback signal, it will exude a buzzing sound like “D~” which means CFL Bulb has been turned on/off successfully. The two-way feedback function of remote light switch can make the user know whether ha/she has turned on/off CFL Bulb in such a long distance.

2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for CFL Bulb

Here is the wiring for a DC CFL bulb with the remote light switch 0020114.

Let’s see the material preparation:

1 x wireless receiver S1PXW-DC12V-ANT2

1 x remote controller CC-2

1 x DC 12V power adapter

1 x DC CFL bulb

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Neutral wire and live wire from the DC CFL bulb should be respectively connected to Terminal “A”Terminal “B”of the wireless receiver. Connect live wire and neutral wire of Power Adapter respectively to “+” and “-”of power supply.

2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for CFL Bulb

Set the control mode latched(with remote controller CC-2): Turn on the second and third bit of the dip switch.

Control mode Latched:

Press the big button on the remote controller-> CFL bulb is on;

Press the small button on the remote controller -> CFL bulb is off.

Pair the remote controller to the wireless receiver:

Press button K1 of wireless receiver for 1- 2 seconds; signal LED on the wireless receiver is on. Thewireless receiver enters into status of LEARNING.

Press any one button on remote controller. If signal LED flashes twice, it means learning is successful.

2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for CFL Bulb

Press the big button on the remote controller, the CFL bulb is on.

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Press the small button on the remote controller, the CFL bulb is off.

2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for CFL Bulb

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2000-5000M Remote Light Switch for Light Bar

Whether you’re reading in the comfort of your bed or setting just the right mood for watching a movie, remote light switch means never having to get up out of your favorite chair to switch ON/OFF your CFL bulb. If you want a remote light switch product to control one(multiple) light bar(s) in a super long range, but still worry about that you may don’t know if the light bar attached the wireless receiver is actually on/off in such a long distance .

We think remote light switch 0020114 (S1PXW-DC12-ANT2 & CC-2) may the choice for you. Because the remote light switch 0020114 can reach 2000, 3000m, 4000m or 5000m in different circumstances. With two-way feedback function, the light bar will turn on/off when you press on the button of the remote controller. And when the light bar is on/off, the wireless receiver will immediately send a return signal to the remote controller. After the remote controller receives the feedback signal, it will exude a buzzing sound like “D~” which means light bar has been turned on/off successfully. The two-way feedback function of remote light switch can make the user know whether ha/she has turned on/off light bar in such a long distance.

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Here is the wiring for a light bar with the remote light switch 0020114.

Let’s see the material preparation:

1 x wireless receiver S1PXW-DC12V-ANT2

1 x remote controller CC-2

1 x DC 12V power adapter

1 x DC light bar

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Neutral wire and live wire from the light bar should be respectively connected to Terminal “A” Terminal “B”of the wireless receiver. Connect live wire and neutral wire of Power Adapter respectively to “+” and “-”of power supply.

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Set the control mode latched(with remote controller CC-2): Turn on the second and third bit of the dip switch.

Control mode Latched:

Press the big button on the remote controller-> light bar is on;

Press the small button on the remote controller -> light bar is off.

Pair the remote controller to the wireless receiver:

Press button K1 of wireless receiver for 1- 2 seconds; signal LED on the wireless receiver is on. The wireless receiver enters into status of LEARNING.

Press any one button on remote controller. If signal LED flashes twice, it means learning is successful.

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Press the big button on the remote controller, the light bar is on.

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Press the small button on the remote controller, the light bar is off.
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DIY Wireless Timer

Basic single lane Radio Timer

Components
From www.Netairbuy.com (contact Gao)  now at http://www.ourautomation.com
1 x Single channel Wireless Garage door controller
2 x CB-1 long range transmitters

from electronic parts suppliers
Boxes
AA battery holders – 2 x 9volt and 1 x 12volt
2 x 9 volt batteries
20 x AA batteries
3 x Switches
2 x Transistors
2 x Resistors
2 x Capacitors
RJ11 plugs and sockets wires
4 strand or 2 strand telephone lead.
1 x BTS Timer Which you can order directly from BTS Here
or if you must, a DIY modified Electronic stopwatch (this is very tricky for most!)

2 x Tape switches – Greg Ambler pattern – see How to build a Tape Switch here……

Step 1 get a BTS Timer, and you can proceed directly to Step 2!
But if you are too cheap or too poor, or have too much fear of anything imported to your fair land, to get a BTS timer….read on.

Open up your imported stop watch, and locate the stop start switch.
Strip back two of the wires in a short length of 4 strand telephone lead.
Solder the wires to each contact of the stop/start switch.
On the other end of the lead, fit a rj12 connector so that the two wires soldered to the stop watch switch are the centre two leads in the rj12 connector.
(BTS Tape switches and timer also use the centre two wires in the rj12 connectors)
File a little of the watch case so that the telephone cable can pass through the case, but also be firmly held (clamped) in place when the case is shut.

Re assemble the Stopwatch.
(BTS Timer will save you all of that effort, and it works perfectly with this system)

Step 2 – mount the receiver

Mount the wireless receiver in a box with an 8 x AA battery holder (12 volt s), and on/off switch.
Set the transmitter to momentary operation.
Connect a telephone cable to the relay contacts, and on the other end, using an rj 12 connector, and a female to female rj12 adaptor, join that to the stopwatch cable.
Use one of the transmitters to check that the receiver works, and the stopwatch starts and stops each time you press the transmitter button.

Step 3 – make a delay circuit
Because the front wheel of the skateboard, crossing the tape switch will start the timer, and the back wheels will then stop the timer, we need to delay the closed state of the tape switch long enough for the rear wheels to cross the tape switch, so that the timer runs until the front wheels cross the tape switch at the finish of the course. (and also so that the transmitter stays on long enough to trigger the receiver.) This only needs a delay of about 2 seconds.

Using a transistor as a simple “delay” switch.
The delay circuit consists of a 9volt battery, a capacitor, a transistor, and a resistor.
A transistor has three terminals, being the Collector, the Emitter, and the Base. When the base of a transistor is charged, it transforms the connection between Collector and Emitter from an open switch (non-conductor) to a closed switch (conductor). By using a capacitor and a resistor you can keep the base of the transistor charged for a period of time, after the power is disconnected from the circuit. (This is a very basic summary of the use of a transistor as a switch,and ignors the full capabilities of transistors in general but it is all that we need for this application)

Assemble delay circuit

The positive terminal of a 9 volt battery is connected to the capacitor via the tape-switch, The positive terminal of the capacitor is then connected to the base of the transistor via a resistor. When the tape switch is crossed, the battery fills the capacitor instantly, which is slowly discharged via the resistor, into the base of the transistor. The negative terminals of the capacitor and battery are connected to the Collector of the transistor, ie circuit ground. Next join a lead to the emitter of the transistor, and another lead to the collector of the transmitter. These two leads run to the radio transmitter switch.
Exact size and value of resistor and capacitor is determined by the delay that you need, and you can find out suitable values from most electronics books. (failed compact flouro lights, is a good source of free transistors!)

Step 4 Modify the transmitter.

Open the transmitter case, and locate the activation switch on the circuit board. Solder the two leads from the delay circuit to the contacts from the switch. (I used rj12 socket and plug to join the delay circuit to the on switch on the transmitter) Connect the tape switch to the delay circuit and test. The transmitter should stay on for a few seconds.
Next connect the 6 x aa (9volt) battery holder, via some leads and a switch to the battery contacts in the transmitter.

Step 5 Assemble transmitter boxes.

Put the delay circuit and its battery into the box, with a rj12 female socket set into the side of the case. This socket connects the tape-switch to the battery and the capacitor in the delay circuit, using centre two connectors.
Hold components in place with double sided tape.
Connect the delay circuit leads to the transmitter, and put the transmitter and its battery into the case. Then test and close the case.
(note that the transmitter shown is not the CB-1 transmitter, and is using a single 9volt battery for the delay circuit, and another 9 volt battery, mounted behind the transmitter for transmitter power)

Step 6 – set it up and use it

Connect the tape switches, turn everything on, and start racing.

AA batteries give much better duration than the 9volt batteries for the transmitter, and should last about 20 or 30 sessions (guessing, have not run flat yet!).

This setup is good for about 120 meters in a ditch, and about 200 meters in open ground.
The best part is the portability and simplicity of use, with no cables to trip over.

Cost should be under $100 for the wireless link.

I used a dual channel controller, for this set-up but unfortunately it does not work for twin lane racing, as the second channel to trigger has to wait until the first channel has stopped receiving. For twin land racing it is best to use two single channel receivers and 4 transmitters.

How to Change an Ordinary Socket to a Remote Control Socket

Wireless Remote Control for Remote Control Socket

Remote control socket is a socket whose power switch can be controlled by a transmitter. This remote control socket may be any of a socket in your home. If you want a AC remote control socket, you may choose a wireless remote control kit.

With such combination, you can easily control receiver’s power switch with a transmitter. Applications include lights, motors, Doors, Locks, windows, blinds, cars and various equipments。

The working distance of this remote control socket can reach 5000 meters in an open ground.

Here is an application that you can use this kind of kit to control a AC remote control socket:

One of our customers wants to use a wireless remote control kit to control a AC remote control socket. The kit should have the following function: When press button 1 of the transmitter, the remote control socket’s power turns on. When press button 2 of the transmitter, the remote control socket’s power turns off.

First of all, let’s see material preparation.

1 x 1 channel remote control receiver

2 x 2-button remote transmitter

1 x power plug

1x socket

1xlamp

1 x power supply

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Secondly, live wire and neutral live from the plug should be respectively connected to the power supply terminal “L” and “N” of the receiver, and live wire and neutral live from the socket should be respectively connected to the output terminal “+” and “-” of the receiver.

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Thirdly, insert the plug into the power supply, switch on the socket’s power and insert the plug of lamp into the socket.

Operation:

Press button 1, relay begins, the socket’s power switches on and the lamp that has connected the socket is on;

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Press button 1, relay begins, the socket’s power switches on and the lamp that has connected the socket is on;

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Chinese Culture

Chinese Culture

As is well known to us all,Chinese culture has a long history of more than 5000 years. Because of this,  there are many interesting things that we can find in Chinese culture. The following is the major representative of Chinese culture.

The Great Wall in Chinese Culture

The Great Wall of China is called the “Ten thousand Ii Great Wall” in Chinese. In fact, it’ s more than 6 000 kilometres long. It winds its way from west to east, across deserts, over mountains, through valleys till at last it reaches the sea. It is one of the wonders of the world. The Great Wall has a history of over twenty centuries. The first part of it was built during the Spring and Autumn Period. During the Warring States Period, more walls were put up to defend the borders of the different kingdoms. It was during the Qin Dynasty that the kingdom of Qin united the dif ferent parts into one empire. To keep the enemy out of his empire, Emperor Qin Shi Huang had all the walls joined up. Thus, the Great Wall came into being. The Great Wall is wide enough at the top for five horses or ten men to walk side by side. Along the wall are watchtowers, where soldiers used to keep watch. Fires were lit on the the towers as a warning when the enemy came. It was very difficult to build such a wall in the ancient days without any modern machines. All the work was done by hand. Thousands of men died and were buried under the wall they built. The Great Wall was made not only of stone and earth, but of the flesh and blood of millions of men. Today the Great Wall has become a place of interest not only to the Chinese but to people from all over the world. Many of them have come to know the famous Chinese saying: “He who does not reach the Great Wall is not a true man.”

Beijing Opera in Chinese culture

Praised as “Oriental Opera”, Beijing Opera is a genuine national quintessence of China. It originated from many kinds of ancient local operas, especially huiban in southern China. At the end of the 19th Century, Beijing Opera evolved and took shape, becoming the greatest kind of opera in China. Beijing Opera is a blend of performing arts—song, speech, performance, acrobatix fighting and dance. Beijing Opera portrays and narrates the plot and characters through stylized acting. The main types of roles in Beijing Opera are sheng(male), dan (young female), jing (painted face, male), and chou( clown, male or female). Chinese Culture Introduction Chinese Culture IntroductionChinese Culture Introduction Cheongsam in Chinese culture

The cheongsam is a female dress with distinctive Chinese features and enjoys a growing popularity in the international world of high fashion. The name “cheongsam,” meaning simply “long dress,” entered the English vocabulary from the dialect of China’s Guangdong Province (Cantonese). In other parts of the country including Beijing, however, it is known as “qipao”, which has a history behind it. When the early Manchu rulers came to China proper, they organized certain people, mainly Manchus, into “banners” (qi) and called them “banner people” (qiren), which then became loosely the name of all Manchus. The Manchu women wore normally a one-piece dress which, likewise, came to be called “qipao” or “banner dress.” Although the 1911 Revolution toppled the rule of the Qing (Manchu) Dynasty, the female dress survived the political change and, with later improvements, has become the traditional dress for Chinese women. Easy to slip on and comfortable to wear, the cheongsam fits well the female Chinese figure. Its neck is high, collar closed, and its sleeves may be either short, medium or full length, depending on season and taste. The dress is buttoned on the right side, with a loose chest, a fitting waist, and slits up from the sides, all of which combine to set off the beauty of the female shape.

The Four Treasures in Chinese Culture

The writing brush, ink stick, ink stone, and paper were requisite treasures in the study of the scholars of ancient China, and they are often referred to as the “Four Treasures of the Study.” The writing brush and ink stick have been used by the Chinese to write and paint since 5,000 years ago. In the Qin Dynasty (221BC—206BC), people already used feathers of different hardness and bamboo trunks to make brushes. During the Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD), man-made ink was used instead of natural ink. After paper was invented by the Chinese, bamboo slips, wooden tablets, brocade and silk, which originally functioned as writing surfaces, gradually faded out. The ink stone was first developed with the use of writing brushes and ink. After the Song Dynasty (960AD—1279AD), the “Four Treasure of the Study” particularly referred to hubi, the writing brush produced in Huzhou, Zhejiang province; huimo, the ink stick produced in Huizhou, Anhui province; xuan paper, a kind of paper produced in Xuanzhou, Anhui province; and duanyan, the ink stone made in Zhaoqing, Guangdong province (Zhaoqing was earlier called Duanzhou). Indeed, the Four Treasures of the Study” have writtin the whole Chinese civilization, as it is. Chinese Culture Introduction Chinese Dragon  in Chinese culture

Dragon totem worship in China has been around for the last 8,000 years. The ancients in China considered the dragon (or loong) a fetish that combines animals including the fish, snake, horse and ox with cloud, thunder, lightning and other natural celestial phenomena. The Chinese dragon was formed in accordance with the multicultural fusion process of the Chinese nation. To the Chinese, the dragon signifies innovation and cohesion. Chinese Kung Fu  in Chinese culture

Chinese kung fu, or Chinese martial arts, carries traditional Chinese culture in abundance. It is a traditional Chinese sport which applies the art of attack and defence in combat and the motions engaged with a series of skill and tricks. The core idea of Chinese king fu is derived from the Confucian theory of both “the mean and harmony” and “cultivating qi” (otherwise known as nourishing one’s spirit). Meanwhile, it also includes thoughts of Taoism and Buddhism. Chinese kung fu has a long history, with multi-various sects and many different boxing styles, and emphasizes coupling hardness with softness and internal and external training. It contains the ancient great thinkers’ pondering of life and the universe. The skills in wielding the 18 kinds of weapons named by the later generations mainly involve the skills of bare-handed boxing, such as shadow boxing (Taijiquan), form and will boxing (Xingyiquan), eight trigram palm (Baguazhang), and the skills of kung fu weaponry, such as the skill of using swords, spears, two-edged swords and halberds, axes, tomahawks, kooks, prongs and so on. Chinese Characters  in Chinese culture

Chinese characters were initially meant to be simple pictures used to help people remember things. After a long period of development, it finally became a unique character system that embodies phonetic sound, image, idea, and rhyme at the same time. The writing system, which was extremely advanced in ancient times, began with inscriptions on bones and tortoise shells, and these are regarded as the original forms of Chinese characters. Afterwards, Chinese characters went through numerous calligraphic styles: bronze inscriptions, official script, regular script, cursive script, running script, etc. Chinese characters are usually round outside and square inside, which is rooted in ancient Chinese beliefs of an orbicular sky and a rectangular Earth. The five basic strokes of Chinese characters are “—“ (the horizontal stroke) “│” (the vertical stroke), “/”( the left-falling stroke), “\” (the right-falling stroke), and “乙” (the turning stroke). Chinese Culture Introduction Did you get some knowledge about Chinese culture through the above mentioned? If you like Chinese culture, then we may be good friends.

Automatically Control Business Signs in Long Range

We use a new long range automatic remote control kit model: 0020105 (S2PUW-DC12-ANT2&1CC-2) to control business signs. This kit contains one receiver, one transmitter and magnetic sucker antenna.

Here is the automatic remote control kit that can be used to control business signs:

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The automatic remote control kit can be used in agriculture automation, industry automation, and home automation, such as security system, remote control lights, motors, doors/ locks/ windows/ blinds/ cars and various equipments. The working distance of automatic remote control kit is between 1 mile and 3 miles. The remote control kit has waterproof case with waterproof connectors. The receiver can be installed outdoors. It can control products on land, water and air, especially in a long distance, such as business signs, motorboat, farm, pasture, offshore unmanned operation, field call, remote security alarm, unmanned aerial vehicle, etc.

The business sign is located approx 1.5 miles away and the area is wooded. We used transmitter to either turn on or off the business sign. The high power automatic remote control system is N/O relay output; each relay output can work at maximum current 30A. The receiver is located at the business sign location, which has an electrical service to it. We installed a separate relay to operate the business sign. Besides, we put the antennas on the building which can get a longer distance between the business sign and the building.

There are some kinds of business signs:

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