HC12 and its use to control another arduino

Hello!

I am new to arduino, and I have two questions in regards to the feasibility of a project.

My plan is to have two arduinos (ATmega2560) one acting as a Transmitter and the other a receiver (Communication over a HC-12 module).

The first Arduino would have 12 switches, used to control various things on the other board (to be more specific 9 Relays and 2 servos).

Is the HC-12 Module able to communicate these requests to the other board?

For example you flick a switch on the transmitter board and the other board moves a servo 90 degrees?

Thanks again, Kind Regards,
The Napster (John)

thenapster:
Is the HC-12 Module able to communicate these requests to the other board?

Yes.

thenapster:
For example you flick a switch on the transmitter board and the other board moves a servo 90 degrees?

Is that a question? If you're asking whether that is possible, the answer is yes.

It sounds like a fun project. Enjoy!

Step 0: run an HC12 test sketch, get communication going.

Step 1: wire up a switch on one side and an LED on the other side. Make the LED follow the switch.

Then replace the LED with a servo.

Etc. Step by step until you know enough you can add the rest. And that's the time you may come back here with the inevitable power supply issues :slight_smile: