31 Tarlington Place
Smithfield NSW 2164
FMT 151 series, 151MHz long range wireless transmitters
- Tech Data
- Application Data
The channels are activated via screw type terminals onto which the user can connect reed switches, toggle switches, push buttons or any form of normally open (NO) contact.
- Available with 1, 2, 4 and 8 channel inputs
- Built in LED indicates transmission
- User selectable up to 8 different frequencies
- Compatible with all FMR151 series receivers
- Easy to program and install with code switch technology
- Available with durable alloy metal case, E in the part number
- No Case version allows user to install in their own case
- Selectable transmission modes, off delay, continuous and one burst
- Not affected by natural or man-made electrical interference
- Power Source: 12 Volts DC
- Current Consumption: 85mA at 12 Volts DC (only when transmitting)
- Operating Frequency: 151.600MHz (8 user selectable frequencies)
- Dimensions: 90 x 56 x 15mm (PCB assembly), 140 x 60 x 34mm (enclosed)
- Useable Operating Range: Up to 5000 metres, depending on installation and type of antenna used.
Recommended antenna is Elsema ANT151M
- Compatible Receivers: Elsema type FMR151... series (with correct setting on the dip switch)
|FMT15101E||1-Channel, Transmitter enclosed in a case|
|FMT15102E||2-Channel, Transmitter enclosed in a case|
|FMT15104E||4-Channel, Transmitter enclosed in a case|
|FMT15108E||8-Channel, Transmitter enclosed in a case|
|FMT15108||1-8 Channel, Transmitter without a case|
The maximum continuous transmission time for all our transmitters is limited to five minutes to comply with local radio regulations.
To activate a receiver longer than 5 minutes, use a delay off feature in the receiver (FMR15101) and transmitter. The delay off feature in the receiver needs to be set more than the transmitter. This ensures that the transmitter keeps resetting the off delay in the receiver.
How to activate transmitter for more than 5 minutes