Wireless elements - PSD-S WIN SL/UL
2701565

Slave with C-UL-US approval for creating or extending the WIN signal tower wireless system, 24 V AC/DC, black

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Product Details


With a WIN slave, the state of a PSD signal tower can be transmitted wirelessly to a WIN master connected to a PC via USB cable, displayed and analyzed in the WIN software, and stored in a database.



Product type Wireless element
Set comprises 2701563 PSD-S WIN SET-1MA-3SL/UL
2701564 PSD-S WIN STARTERKIT/UL
Number of mountable signal elements 4

Interfaces USB, for configuration
Operating voltage 24 V AC/DC
Maximum inrush current 430 mA
Current consumption max. 40 mA

Functions
Wireless licenses USA, Canada
Country support USA
Canada
Wireless
Modulation type 2 FSK
Frequency range 913 MHz ... 917 MHz
Frequency band 915 MHz
Transmission power 10 dBm (at 50 Ohm)
Range max. 300 m
Transmission speed 38.4 kbps (can be adjusted via WIN software)
76.8 kbps (default)

Dimensional drawing
Height 65.5 mm
Diameter 70 mm

Color black
Material Polycarbonate PC

Ambient conditions
Degree of protection IP65, when installed or with cover
Ambient temperature (operation) -20 °C ... 50 °C

Electromagnetic compatibility Conforms with guidelines: FCC Part 15.249/IC: RSS-210 Issue 8, RSS-GEN Issue 4, RSS-102 Issue 4

Assembly instructions Rubber seal pre-installed for each element
Mounting position The slave is the bottom element in the signal tower

Item number 2701565
Packing unit 1 pc
Minimum order quantity 1 pc
Product Key DRL115
Catalog Page Page 346 (C-8-2013)
GTIN 4046356801560
Weight per Piece (including packing) 101.8 g
Weight per Piece (excluding packing) 101.8 g
Country of origin DE


China RoHS Environmentally friendly use period: unlimited = EFUP-e
No hazardous substances above threshold values

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Your advantages

Repeater for increasing the range integrated in each wireless element
Existing signal towers can be extended without additional wiring
Can be operated parallel to other wireless applications
Simultaneous detection of up to 50 wireless elements
Error messages can be sent via e-mail
Range of a wireless element with a free line of sight of up to 300 m