Make your robot wireless with long range CT-6B wireless transmitter receiver. Ideal for making any DC motor controlled robot. Just connect battery and motors to respective terminals to make your robot wireless. It can control up to 20Amp of current on each channel.
The wireless transmitter receiver has a radial range of minimum 500 meters to a maximum of 1km line of sight in an open air environment. Please note that this range is where there is no RF interference in 2.4Ghz band. In cities and areas with lots of wifi networks around the range can be drastically low than specified.
It can Drive 2 robot driving motors (Connect two motors in parallel for 4 wheeled robot) in skid steer control.
This Package Includes
- 20A MOTOR CONTROL CIRCUIT
- 6CH 2.4GHZ TRANSMITTER & RECEIVER 1KM RANGE
- Control 2 DC motors with Skid Steer Control with 20Amp capacity each (See Remote Functions below)
- Analog speed control for 2 DC driving DC motors
Functions on Remote Control
||Adjust Maxspeed Of Motor
||Right Motor Forward
Left Motor Reverse
Robot turns Left
||Right Motor Reverse
Left Motor Forward
Robot turns Right
||Both Motors Reverse
Robot Moves Backward
||Both Motors Forward
Robot Moves Forward
Connect 8X AA cells to the transmitter and keep transmitter in power off state.
Make sure the control board and receiver (Black coloured small box) are properly connected as per the photo.
Connect power supply to the control board with proper polarity. Check GND(-) and VDD(+) terminals. (Do not connect the power supply in reverse or else the circuit will be damaged.)
In any case the receiver is not connected retry using power switch on the transmitter. Also the same procedure can be used to link delinked receiver and transmitter when the receiver goes out of range.
If there are multiple transmitters and receivers on at the same time please make sure you power them in correct sequence. Once a pair is linked it will work at the same frequency and frequency will only change if there is only one delinked receiver which is powered and on another frequency.