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433 MHz ISM WT-4432G Radio Transceiver Module
Including €0.01 for ecotax
433 MHz ISM WT-4432G Radio Transceiver Module: for high-performance radio links
With its 433 MHz frequency band and ability to pick up even very faint signals, the RF WT-4432G Radio Module guarantees an excellent radio link quality. The 4432G module is therefore one of the most efficient transceiver modules for establishing a wireless radio frequency communication.
Uses of the 433 MHz ISM WT-4432G Radio Transceiver Module
Because this radio module is an ISM frequency band transceiver, it can be used for projects in the fields of industry, science and medicine, not only in Europe but also in the United States or Australia.
And in terms of project ideas, the list is very long! From your basic remote control to a home security system, not forgetting biometric monitoring devices, les tag readers and systems for controlling robotic kits. This tiny little radio module can be used in a great variety of ways, in particular if you’re interested in wireless systems!
Technical specifications of the 433 MHz ISM WT-4432G Radio Transceiver Module
- Frequency band: 433 MHz
- Sensitivity: -121 dBm @ 1200 bps
- Maximum output power: 20 dBm
- Transmit: 85 mA @ +20 dBm
- Data rate: 0.123 to 256 kbps
- FSK, GFSK and OOK modulation
- Supply: 1.8–3.6 V
- Very low power shutdown mode
- Digital RSSI
- AFC (automatic frequency calibration)
- Configurable packet handling
- Antenna diversity and TR switch control
- Preamble detector
- TX and RX 64-byte FIFOs
- Low battery detector
- Temperature sensor and 8-bit analogue-to-digital converter
- Operating temperature: -40 to 85 °C
- Integrated voltage regulators
- Frequency hopping capability
- On-chip crystal tuning
Resources for the ISM WT-4432G Radio Transceiver Module
To get rapidly started with your 433 MHz RF WT-4432G module, make sure you take a look at its user guide: