Beier RC-SM-4 4 way switch module


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With the switching module RC-SM-4, lights and other loads (e.g. motors, pumps, relays) can be switched directly via a channel of an RC remote control.

There are 4 outputs available on the switch module, which can be loaded with a current of up to 4 A. However, the total current of all outputs must not exceed 10 A.

The states of the 4 outputs are indicated by colored LEDs. It is easy to see which of the 4 outputs are currently switched on.

The RC-SM-4 has 15 different switching modes that can be selected via setup:

Mode Function
1 4-way memory short / long
2 2-way memory short / 2-way momentary long
3 4-way memory via areas A, B, C, D
4 4-way momentary via areas A, B, C, D
5 4-way memory via counting (EKMFA - A)
6 4-way memory via counting (EKMFA - D)
7 Pulse when moving
8 4-way light switch single (step switch)
9 4-way light switch combined
10 Indicator (steering), hazard warning lights, light 1+2
11 Indicator (memory), hazard warning lights, light 1+2
12 Indicator (automatic shutdown), hazard warning lights, light 1+2
13 Indicator (memory), light 1, light 2
14 Brake light, light, reversing light
15 Flasher, running light

When the RC-SM-4 is shipped, mode 1 is set in advance.

For modes no. 3, 4, 7, 10 and 14, a proportional control element (stick, slide control, rotary control) is required at the radio, since the RC-SM-4 has to evaluate proportional (stepless) signals here.

In all other modes, a 3-position switch on the radio is sufficient to control the outputs. However, proportional controller can also be used here.

Further information and a detailed description of the 15 switching modes can be found in the operating manual (PDF).
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