I am in no way experienced or knowledgeable with circuits or electronics passed installing my own car subwoofers and amps, or swapping out pickups on a guitar which means I only basically know how to solder.
I want to make sure that I wasn't going to blow myself up, or the chip that I've been checking the mail every day for 30 days to get to me from China.
I have a circuit that does not require any power. I just need it to open and close. Not introducing any power into that circuit that's all I want to happen. I can do this by just having a gap in the circuit and touching each side of a wire to bridge the gap.
Now I want to make it so that same simple bridge happens from a button I press.
After researching I think I have the right parts, I got an RF receiver and transmitter that are both 315 MHz. (receiver is pictured) it is powered by 3 V-12 V (I will use 9 V).
I just wanted to make sure that this circuit wasn't trying to send the 9 V through the circuit. I want it to just open and close an external circuit.
This one says it has 0 V output which seems to be what I'm looking for.
Anyone have tips on how to wire this thing up to do what I need or am I not even using the right parts?