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Block transmitter control of the system NooLite (MT1132)

Block is used to control the transmitter system NooLite (MT1132) and through it power blocks of the system. Equipment produced by the firm "НООТЕХНИКА" (http://www.noo.com.by/modul_mt1132.html).

MT1132 module is designed to control the power blocks of the system nooLite with the Arduino platform.
Structurally the module is made as a printed circuit Board, which is the master controller and the transmitter.
The management module is through a serial UART interface. Taken via UART command control module transmits to the power blocks via the built-in radio transmitter.

The module connection

The block is configured using the editor block

Each unit is designed to send a single command. In the properties block, you must select a connected transmitter, or connect a new one.

When you connect a new transmitter, you must specify its name and choose the port to which it is connected. In the case of using software port, you must select pins RX and TX.
Then, you must select the channel to send the command. It can be specified as a constant or in input. In this case, the transmission channel can change during program execution.
It is also necessary to specify the command sent. In the event you select to Set brightness (0 - 120) will be required to set the brightness value. And if you choose to Set the brightness for each channel (0-255) (only for controller LED strips)" it is necessary to set the brightness for each channel. Ask these parametry the same or can be in the form of a constant or the input.
Additionally, the command can be set from the entrance, but in this case it is impossible command to Set the brightness (0 - 120) and Set the brightness for each channel (0-255) (only for controller LED strip)". The rest of the team are selected with its number applied to the input "Comand".

A list of the teams:

Learn more about the use of this equipment can be found on the website of the manufacturer http://www.noo.com.by/modul_mt1132.html or on the project website FLProg in the training center.