Transmitter Solutions | 868 MHz Base Receiver
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868 MHz Base Receiver

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Part No: BASE*

FEATURES

 

Versatility

  • Possibility of using different elements activation (basic and programmable transmitters)
  • Allows for the GROUPS of the FREE system (FREE T and FREE TH) to be identified
  • Can be installed indoors and outdoors

 

Simple way to supply new transmitters

  • Programming of new transmitters and cancellation of lost or stolentransmitter without leaving the office
  • Ability to program new radio transmitters without access to receiver

 

Flexibility and speed when programming equipment

  • The transmitters and proximity equipment are programmed by radio without mechanical contact.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

BASE 30-1B or 2B

  • 868 MHz radio receiver, 1 or 2 relays, 30 codes
  • Allows for the Free system groups to be identified (FreeT and FreeTH)
  • Fixed 30 code memory
  • Power supply: 12/24Vac/dc selectable with Jumper
  • Standby/Op. consumption 18mA/80mA
  • Operating temperature -4ºF – 185ºF
  • Built-in antenna
  • Code self-learning
  • IP54 (IP65 with gland)
  • Size: 5 x 3 x 1.5 inches

 

BASE 500-2B

  • 868 MHz radio receiver, 1 or 2 relays, 30 codes.
  • BASE 500-2B: Relay 1 impulse and relay 2 selectable impulse/ bi-stable (relay status can be modified using the ASSISTANT programming tool)
  • Removable 500-code memory
  • Power supply: 12/24Vac/dc selectable with Jumper
  • Standby/Op. consumption 60mA / 90mA
  • Operating temperature -4ºF – 185ºF
  • Built-in antenna
  • Code self-learning or with programmer
  • IP54 (IP65 with gland)
  • Size: 5 x 3 x 1.5 inches
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