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 Posted: Mon Feb 3rd, 2020 06:26 am
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Hi all


I have a Micron TX22x transmitter,
fitted with self centering momentary toggle switches.

For lights, I program my RX6x receivers,
so the lights are latching when the toggle switch is moved up/down.

I have a RX41d-22 v510
I can't find a [LATCH_1] in the RX41d v510 programming instructions.


My question is:

Can I program P outputs on a RX41d to latch on/off,
when a momentary toggle switch is moved up, or down, on the TX22x ? 




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It appears from the Deltang site,

that you would need latching toggle switches to do what you want?





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Yes,  That is my conclusion.

But hoped there maybe a genius out there with a work around.


Otherwise I'll retro fit a RX6x receiver.




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Rod,

You could create a latching circuit for momentary triggers,
e.g. by using an SR Flip Flop.

But you have to tailor it for your application,
and it needs a little additional space, and additional wiring.

If you are not familiar with logic gates and Flip Flops etc.
it's worth anyway to research a bit about it,
and maybe learn something new. 

Personally I think I would create a Flip Flop from 2 NOR gates,
and care for sufficient output current to drive the 2 LEDs,
if I would be forced to use this Rx.

But honestly, I would simply replace the Rx to an Rx6x type.


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Thanks Juergen, 

I think I will change the RX from the RX4x to an RX6x. 

Much simpler for me, though the retrofit will need some care.





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Hi.

The RX41d-22 can easily be programmed to use latching switches.


It's the second row for "P" outputs on the corresponding DT website:

http://www.deltang.co.uk/rx41d-v510-p.htm


'high' stick <1s on/off or 'low' stick <1s on/off is what you need.




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Claus,


Will that work for non-latching toggles? 

All my TX22X switches are momentary on, or have to be held on.


In any event I have replaced the 41d with a 63a. 


I have reprogrammed P2 as 3.2.2.3.1

and LED_2.Light is behaving as required on P2.




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Hi Rod,

Yes that's true, this feature seems to exist in v510,
and you can use this with your momentary switches.

I apologise but, it seems I have looked in v520, rx41d-v520-p.htm,
and there this feature doesn't appear.

So sorry, for being misleading.

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Thank you to Claus for the heads up, and Juergen for the confirmation.


I have programmed my Deltang Rx41d-22 v510 receiver,

to turn a LED on/off from a 'momentary centre-off switch' on a TX22X transmitter.

https://youtu.be/-Ml9vzEKop0




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I would like to disarm the LED2 Rx41d.

The program code is flash = Other
2 flash = LED2 & PWM

1 flash = LED2 Disabled
2 flash = LED2 Enabled

1-3 flash = LED2 Pad P1-3

1 flash = 12Hz PWM
2 flash = 60Hz
3 flash = 130Hz
4 flash = 300Hz
5 flash = 700Hz LED2: use a Pad that is driving any LED


Question is.
What PWM should I select for 'normal' running?




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