915MHz Wireless Comms
This 915MHz narrow band wireless module is 1dBm (-1dBm ERP max) powered and provides up to 300 metres line-of-sight communications between wireless devices. Predominantly used in North America.
Any cluster can have wired, wireless or a mix of both communication types. You can combine multiple wireless frequency modules with RS-485 communication modules into a single cluster. This flexibility allows the cluster to receive wirelessly and send out wired communications to the next cluster or vice-versa. Any cluster can support any combination of the modules listed here.
Please note, this product should only be used in favour of the 434MHz variant in areas where the 434MHz frequency is restricted. See North American tab below for details.
- Snap-fit modular system
- High performance wireless narrow-band operation
- License-free use (ISM bands)
- DIN rail mount
- Status LEDs
|Certification||CE, FCC, UL|
North America Only
The 915MHz Communications module is designed for use in areas where the 434MHz band is restricted. This currently applies to North America. North American system integrators should contact their local distributor for details on this product:
Prime Focus Data LLC
2040 S. Alma School Rd., Chandler, Arizona 85286
Our MX I/O range offers unprecedented flexibility to simplify installation and minimise overall installed cost.
Integrate using BACnet®
Our MX modular I/O range can be integrated into your 3rd party BMS system via BACnet® IP using our BACnet® Gateway. Currently supported systems include Schneider Electric, Siemens, Trend and Niagara 4.
Wired. Wireless. Hybrid.
MX modules can be configured and distributed using wired comms via RS485 or wirelessley using our 915MHz module. Comms methods can be freely interchanged to create hybrid networks to suit your application.
Flexible modular design
MX moduels are snapped together, like Lego, to build the required I/O & comms required at each location, making MX I/O ideal for distributed systems and ensuring that no points are wasted.
Increase range using hopping
Comms from sensors or other clusters of I/O can be 'hopped' through a designated MX cluster to provide greater range. The hop could be wired or wireless. Signal can be hopped a max of two times.