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Hello, I need a small transmitter that could trigger a switch such as a solenoid...servo etc. I fly model radio controlled aircraft and am aware of various 'traditional transmitters'. Example: I want a separate transmitter to activate a switch to open the hatch. I know transmitters have many channels for such a task....BUT, I want a separate device to activate a switch, The criteria is: 1. Transmitter must be a separate unit from the one I'm flying the model with. 2. Transmitter needs to be as small as possible...(small enough to clip on my belt.) 3. must have similar range (100'- 1000' ft) I don't need the full range that most transmitters have..which is more than a mile I'm sure...just a range that could reach the model in flight. Example: Some cars have a transmitter to 'pop' open the trunk. the range is small, however. I need the transmitter to function a switch only once per flight! Sincerely, Michael Roberts
Re: Where can I find a small hand held transmitter with at least 1000 ft range?
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