EB - Wireless remote control kit with Key


  • Model: EB0500610B
  • Shipping Weight: 30gram
  • 9995 Units in Stock

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Item specifics

Brand Name:Maker Studio

Product Description

Electronic Brick - Wireless Remote Control Kit can be used to realize the function that control the receiver signal by the control terminal, which is a key with four button.  



  • Working Voltage: 5V
  • Working range: about 100m   
  • With Makerduino Demo Code
  • Low power consumption
  • Strong ability of noise suppression
  • Compact size
  • Weight: 36g



  • Remote car central lock
  • Wireless remote controller


Pin VT act as the flag of receiver. When the receiver receives message, the state of VT changes to HIGH leave, else it's LOW leave.  


Use with Makerduino

The following steps show how to use EB - Wireless Remote Control with Makerduino.


  •  Makerduino
  •  Electronic Brick Shield
  •  EB - Wireless Remote Control
  •  A/B type USB cable
  •  Female DuPont wires


1. Connect Electronic Brick Shield onto Makerduino to bring out all the Makerduino Pins.



2. Connect EB - Wireless Remote Control to Makerduino as following:






3. Connect the Makerduino to Computer by the USB cable.


4. Download the Makerduino demo code EB - Wireless Remote Control.zip. Unzip the code directly into the libraries folder.


5. Open Makerduino IDE, choose the right Board and Serial Port. Open the sketch EB_WirelessRemoteControl.ino and upload it to the Makerduino.


The following is the demo code for EB - Wireless Remote Control. (Note: It could be a little different from the code file downloaded. Please follow the downloaded file.)


  EB - wireless remote control kit with a key demo code


  Detect the state of D7-D11 and display the information on Serial Monitor



// constants won't change. They're used here to

// set pin numbers:

const int Pin0 = 7;    

const int Pin1 = 8;

const int Pin2 = 9;

const int Pin3 = 10;

const int Pin4 = 11;

//set low state ;

int State0 = LOW;

int State1 = LOW;

int State2 = LOW;

int State3 = LOW;

int State4 = LOW;


void setup() {

  // initialize the Recever pins as  input:

pinMode(Pin0, INPUT);

pinMode(Pin1, INPUT);

pinMode(Pin2, INPUT);

pinMode(Pin3, INPUT);

pinMode(Pin4, INPUT);



void loop(){

  // read the state of the pushbutton value:

 State0 = digitalRead(Pin0);

 State1 = digitalRead(Pin1);

 State2 = digitalRead(Pin2);

 State3 = digitalRead(Pin3);

 State4 = digitalRead(Pin4);

if(State4)//State4 act as the flag of received message.

//it equals 1 when received message, else equals 0.


    //print matched flag of the received message;

    if(State0){Serial.println("received data:B");}

    if(State1){Serial.println("received data:D");}

    if(State2){Serial.println("received data:A");}

    if(State3){Serial.println("received data:C");}




   //no message received.






6. Check the Results. After the sketch is successfully uploaded, let's open the Serial Monitor. Push the key from A to D. The Monitor will display following information.




More information


Find EB - Wireless Remote Control.zip to download schematic and other material.



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