Reelceiver (915MHz)

Reelceiver (915MHz)

Regular price $80

Modular Sensor Infrastructure

The RA-R432 is a 915MHz active RFID receiver compatible with our RA-T411 tags. We call it a reelceiver because it can be daisy-chained with other reelceivers using standard Cat5e cables to create a reel. Each RA-R432 has a globally unique identifier and detects all compatible wireless devices in range, including their received signal strength (RSSI).  Devices in range are located to the nearest reelceiver transparently and calibration-free. Power and communications are transferred over a single cable: simply connect and forget. Compliance for operation in the Americas (FCC/IC). Available with custom factory-configured options at scale.

All reelyActive reelceivers are compatible with one another and interface seamlessly with our suite of open source software.

Highlights

  • 915MHz active RFID receiver
    • FCC and IC compliant
  • Globally unique EUI-64 identifier
  • Detects RA-T411 tags in a range of tens of metres
  • Compact enclosure
    • 77mm x 32mm x 25mm
    • injection moulded in USA
  • Bright red-green status LED
  • Connects with other reelceivers in a reel configuration
    • Power and communication over a single, standard Cat5e cable
      • Efficient 5VDC to 45VDC operation
      • RS-422 standard serial communication
    • Connect tens of reelceivers in a daisy-chain
    • Reel length limited only by DC transmission losses
    • Set-up-and-forget, calibration-free architecture
  • Connects to a local or remote server via a hub
  • Interfaces seamlessly with our suite of open source software

Variants

Can be factory-programmed to support alternative proprietary radio protocols in the 915MHz ISM band.  Contact us for details.

The RA-R434 is identical but uses the 868MHz band for operation in Europe and other ETSI regions. Contact us for details.

The RA-R436 is identical but uses the 2.4GHz band to support Bluetooth Low Energy and proprietary protocols.

Literature

HS Code: 8517.69.0000

 

Our software is open source, and our hardware is designed and built in Montréal, Québec, Canada.