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Unidirectional wireless system – secure transmission in one direction

Transmit two digital switching signals and one analog sensor signal securely from the transmitter to the receiver – with our unidirectional RAD Line I/O modules. In addition to point-to-point connections, you can also implement multiple receiver systems to multiply and split the signals.           

Advantages of the unidirectional wireless system

Unidirectional wireless system  

Reliable transmission of I/O signals – with the unidirectional wireless system

Transmit your I/O signals reliably over a few hundred meters to several kilometers.

  • Rugged and reliable communication in industrial environments
  • Easy startup
  • Good diagnostic options
  • High local system density of several hundred networks possible
  • No operating costs, thanks to license-free 2.4 GHz ISM band
  • Can be operated in parallel with WLAN 802.11 and Bluetooth systems without interference
  • Use in Ex zone 2

Use as a point-to-point connection

Unidirectional point-to-point connection  

Unidirectional point-to-point connection

One option for transmitting I/O signals wirelessly is to use a point-to-point connection.

If the system is installed with this configuration, the signals connected, and the operating voltage applied, then the wireless connection is established automatically without any further settings.

Use as a point-to-multipoint connection

Unidirectional point-to-multipoint connection  

Unidirectional point-to-multipoint connection

Signals can also be transmitted with Trusted Wireless I/O devices in a point-to-multipoint configuration.

If the set is installed with this configuration and the signals and operating voltage connected, then the connection is established automatically. The signals can be easily split or multiplied by additional receivers.


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