Relay Working Mode – Momentary, Toggle and Latched

Common RF remote control switch / RF relay board can be chosen from either of 3 working modes:  Momentary, Latched or Toggle. These 3 working modes are either by using different 2272 decoder ICs (2272-M4 for Momentary, 2272-L4 for Latched, 2272-T4 for Toggle) or using our programmable smart RF relay board (using Jumpers and MCUs).


Short Description of Momentary/Latched/Toggle Working Modes

Single Relay Operating Modes

Momentary: Press->On; Release->Off (For single relay)

Toggle: Press->On; Press again->Off (For single relay)

Relay Group Operating Modes

Latch On: Press->On; Latch Off: Press->Off (For relay group, only one relay will be on at a time, e.g. Press A, Relay A will be on, and B,C,D will be off)

Today more and more RF relay boards use an advanced MCU to decode the wireless signal and switching between Momentary/Toggle/Latched working modes using on board Jumper, which will be far more convenient for end users to decide the working modes by their own.

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