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 Pareto platform and suite of open source software thanks to the reel architecture and protocol.

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.