RWR95.51 Radio-Wave Receiver
Reliable radio transmission by multi data rate (MDR) and automatic frequency select (AFS)
The receiver supports bidirectional communication for up to 8 probes on the same machine. It can communicate with all kinds of Hexagon probing systems and sensors, including tactile probes, temperature probing systems and ultrasonic probes.
The receiver is designed for reliable transmission and ease of use, with innovative pairing options making it simple to install new or additional probes and sensors. Clearly visible LEDs on the front of the receiver help users to quickly recognise the current transmission quality and status of the probes being used.
MDR (Multi Data Rate) technology makes it possible to transmit high data rates and large data sets in the shortest possible time. The spread spectrum transmission and a multiple transfer of the records ensure transmission reliability and a fast and trouble-free measurement process.
AFS technology in the 2.4 GHz range
With AFS technology, the frequency ranges of the 2.4GHz radio band are continually scanned to ensure the automatic selection of partial frequencies that are free of interfering signals. This not only ensures the system's own transmission will be fast and trouble-free, but also prevents interference form WLAN systems or other radio sources.
The RWR95.51 supports the use of two probes at once, allowing measurements on twin-spindle machines to be done simultaneously.
|Transmission frequency||2400-2483.5 MHz (2.4GHz)|
|Transmission/reception range||Up to 18 m|
12 - 30 VDC, max. 400 mA* (*depends on the output and the operating status)
|Weight|| RWR95.51-A = 1150 g (with cable)
RWR95.51-R-SP = 1150 g (with cable)
RWR95.51-R-SP-PT = 1330 g (with cable and protection tube)
RWR95.51-R-DP = 1200 g (with cables)
Operation: 10° - 50°C
|Installation(TD)||4x Cap head screws M4|
RWR95.51-A-SP = 0.5 m with plug