Optex EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module (900 MHz)

Optex EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module (900 MHz)

Optex EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module (900 MHz)

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Optex EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module (900 MHz)

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  • Integrated Antenna
  • For Use in North America
  • Can be Used in New Zealand & Australia
  • 1Description

The 900 MHz Optex EchoStream EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module from Invonics is designed to be easily interfaced with your electronic remote application controller (RAC). The RF module allows assimilation of any user-specific application into an EchoStream system. Once integrated with existing products, it provides you with complete EchoStream functionality. The EN1941 one-way binary RF module is an end-device that uses a logic-level connection to interface with your RAC. It can be used in either one-way or two-way EchoStream systems, and features 2 alarm input pins, allowing the use of dual inputs.

The module measures battery voltage every 3.5 hours, and when the battery measures 2.4V, a serial message is sent indicating a low battery condition. It also has an on-board voltage regulator.

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Optex EN1941 One-Way Binary RF Module (900 MHz)
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty on Parts and Labor from Invionics
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    • 1Description
    RF Format EchoStream Commercial Mesh Network compatible
    Input Requirements Input levels must not exceed 3.3 V
    Current Draw 32 uA, average (assuming check-in messages every 12 minutes and infrequent alarm messages (one per day, on average))
    Peak current draw while transmitting is less than 100 mA
    One alarm/restore cycle per hour results in about 5.3 uA increase in average current
    External Power Requirements 2.4 to 5.5 V

    Voltage must be sustained at 2.4 V or above and supply 100 mA during the transmit cycle.

    Compliance UL, cUL, FCC
    Temperature 104 to 151°F (40 to 66°C) non-condensing
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