Wireless Senors provide an output signal to the RS-Wi wireless gateway. These sensors spend most of the time in a lower power "sleep" state. The onboard microprocessor requires power only at predetermined time intervals. This architecture allows the sensors to consume minimal power, resulting in a battery life of up to four years. These wireless sensors require the RS-Wi wireless gateway.
RS-Wi digital temperature sensor. Battery operated, microprocessor-controlled 418MHz, FCC-certified radio transmitter. Wall mount or free-standing option, battery will last up to 4 years with 10-17 second random transmission interval.
RS-Wi analog input (0-20mA) sensor. Battery operated 12 bit analog-to-digital converter, microprocessor-controlled, 418MHz, FCC-certified radio transmitter. Transmission range of up to 600 feet and battery life up to four years.
RS-Wi analog input transmitter (0-5vdc) sensor. Battery operated 12 bit analog-to-digital converter, microprocessor-controlled 418MHz FCC-certified radio transmitter.
RS-Wi point repeater, 418MHz RF receiver with an integrated 900MHz transmitter. It receives error checked data packets from wireless 418MHz sensors, processes the data, and then transmits the data to other ENV-PR mesh repeaters. The ENV-PR provides a means for extending the range of a 418MHz battery powered sensors and controls in a mesh network of 900MHz wireless point repeaters (ENV-PRs) and Ethernet-connected servers and managers. As many as 26 layers of ENV-PRs can coexist.
RS-Wi digital temperature/humidity sensor. Battery operated, microprocessor-controlled 418MHz, FCC-certified radio transmitter.