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2.4Ghz Wireless Switch

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Need to get switched power into the engine compartment, or trunk and dont want to run tons of wires to do it?

Well, now you can.

I've put together a completely wireless 2.4Ghz switch package that supports up to four simultaneous zones.

The transmitter sends to a wireless receiver coupled to a 10 amp relay package.

Press your momentary switch once and the relay stays energized until you hit the switch, again. It's pretty slick.

The transmitter is as small as a Saauegia dollar and takes direct 12 volts. Two passive wires are the used to trigger the transmitter, via a momentary switch, of your choice.

The receiver/relay package is housed in a waterproof box, takes 12 volts for power and has two relay leads to work with (COM and NO). This configuration allows you to hook a 12 volt direct source to the COM wire and out to your load (such as an under hood light, smoke screen, oil slick, death ray, etc.), via the NO wire. NOTE: you can hook up any source to the NO wire, or even a data signal source.

Turn time is about 2 weeks, right now... as I am building to suit. If there is demand, I will stock up on parts, to support the community.

Cost: $100, for one single zone package. Free shipping within the CONUS.

Additional zones are +$25.

Let's mod!



Bob
Riverside, California
 
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Just sold a kit, with paddle mod.

This one's going to be a fog light switch. Owner installed a 2015 SRT wheel in a 2010 Charger. Since the paddles are just for looks, he asked if I could help him out. I modified the left paddle, to work with my kit.

This is what we came up with:



The box contains a wifi receiver, power supply and relay. It's wired to constant hot, and the relay wires can be connected up to a 10 amp load. The relay is wired in an NO configuration.

Works like a champ. I'll try to get a short video, after installation.

I'll have to do more testing, but it looks like I can modify the paddle for four different nodes (the 3 radio control buttons and the 1 paddle switch).

Bob
Riverside, California
 

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Radio button up.....machine gun
center radio button.....rocket launcher
Radio button down.....caltrops
paddle shifter....smoke

:) :)
 
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Radio button up.....machine gun
center radio button.....rocket launcher
Radio button down.....caltrops
paddle shifter....smoke

:) :)
Can do...

Bob
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