Wireless transmitter/receiver

The WRT Series Wireless Data Transmitter/Receiver works with any RS485 network protocol and allows wired and wireless equipment mixes to avoid radio signal obstacles

04/19/2013


The WRT Series Wireless Data Transmitter/Receiver works with any RS485 network protocol and allows wired and wireless equipment mixes to avoid radio signal obstacles. Courtesy: NK TechnologiesThe WRT Series Wireless Data Transmitter/Receiver provides a self-managed mesh network that works with any RS485 network protocol. The system allows for wired and wireless equipment mixes to avoid radio signal obstacles. It is also simple to configure for existing network packet parameters, provides LED indication of network status and is completely transparent to present equipment. It has wireless data transmission of up to 100 meters between receivers, and data transmissions up to 800-meter transmissions are possible with multiple hops. The WRT series offers automatic route detection, self-forming and self-healing networking, and supports 100 nodes per network maximum through 15 channels.

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