EV1527 Receivers

Receives Radio EV1527-Compliant Fixed 24-Bit Codes Sent Out By A Remote Control

EV1527-compliant receivers come with a built-in EV1527 decoding chip. They do not need external components or a microcontroller to interpret a 24-bit data signal sent out by EV1527-compliant senders.

These receivers are found in devices that can be remote-controlled via simple EV1527-compliant remote controls.

Breakout boards are a simple solution to build your own remotely controllable devices. You cannot use these breakout boards to receive any other type of data, i.e. sensor readings.


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(content created Apr 19, 2024)