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Gateway DIN Mount

Gateway DIN Mount

Gateway DIN Mount

Features

  • RS485 Modbus RTU interface
  • Two configurable digital outputs for local alarming and control
  • RS232 configuration and debug port
  • RP-SMA Antenna port for connection to 900 MHz antennas
  • Two digital outputs for local signaling or alarming, internal logic to map any remote data to the outputs
  • Optional Ethernet Modbus TCP interface module
  • Optional Analog Output Module
  • Optional remote shutdown programmable control logic, no additional PLC required
  • Stores the most recent readings of all nodes in the network in Modbus format, register remapping supported
  • Supports remote node configuration
  • Remote HART sensor configuration using PACTware or Radar Master
  • Timesout readings from off-line sensors
  • Manages outbound communications
  • Internal Event logging
  • DIN Mount into existing panel boxes
  • 6-36 VDC wide range power input
  • 500 mW radio
  • Automatically configures as a star or mesh network
  • Class 1 Division 2 Certified, Groups C&D, Temperature Code T5.  Certified to CSA C22.2 No. 213, Conforms to ISA 12.12.01

The Gateway DIN Mount is an integrated device combining a high power SignalFire radio with the gateway electronics in a single DIN mounted package.

Operating Temperature:  -40 – 85ºC

Humidity:  0 – 100% condensing

Power:  6-36 VDC

Data Interface:  RS-485 Modbus RTU, or Modbus-TCP, RS 232 for configuration.
All readings are converted to Modbus registers and stored in the gateway.

Digital Outputs:  Open collector, 30VDC and 1Amp max

Radio Power:  500 mW

Antenna Type:  RP-SMA Connector

Receive Sensitivity:  -105 dB

Frequency:  902-928 MHz license-free ISM band compliant with FCC Part 15 and IC.

Range:  3 miles (typical) much farther with careful placement.

Networks:  Up to 65,520 separate networks.

Enclosure:  DIN Mount

Safety Rating:  Non-incendive, Class 1 Division 2 Groups C and D, T5.

Internal Diagnostics:  Line voltage, signal strength, error conditions event logging.