datasheet for 210
Modular Radio Telemetry System
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200 Series
Simple to Use Remote Control
• Range:
8 Channels per Transmitter
1 Upto 200 metres at 433MHz
1 Upto 1,000 metres at 433MHz Narrow Band.
1 Upto 6,000 metres at 458MHz
• Requires no radio license
16 Channels per Receiver
Upto 48 Transmitters per system
Auto Transmit Mode
Secure RF Protocol
Automatic ‘Watchdog’ Transmission
• Relay Outputs upto 30A @ 230Vac
• All Modules supplied with Antenna
Remote Telemetry Systems are well suited to industrial switching applications where telemetry signals need to
be sent remotely from one location to another.
This system allows multiple transmitters to a single receiver or a single transmitter to multiple receivers.
Each Transmitter module accepts up to 8 pairs of ‘Volt Free’ contacts as inputs via screw terminals. Each
Receiver has 16 outputs arranged as 4 x 4 easy plug in connectors to interface to any combination of output
modules.
Any of the output modules connect directly to the receiver (cable supplied) to provide transistor switching or relay
outputs.
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Transmitters
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8 Input Channels
Volt Free contact Inputs via Screw Terminals
12 / 24Vdc Supply
Low Power Battery Version
FM Transmitter
Range**
(Metres)
200
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
Compatible
Decoders
210-433F
200-525NR
FM Narrow Band Transmitter
1,000
434.525
210-525N
200-458FR
FM High Power Transmitter
6,000
458.850
210-458F
Range**
(Metres)
200
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
Compatible
Transmitter
200-433F
Part Number
Description
200-433FR
Receivers
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16 Output Channels
Volt Free contact Inputs via Screw Terminals
12 / 24Vdc Supply
Low Power Battery Version
Part Number
Description
210-433FR
FM Receiver
210-525NR
FM Narrow Band Receiver
1,000
434.525
200-525N
210-458FR
FM High Power Receiver
6,000
458.850
200-458F
Output Modules
Connect Directly to 210 Rx
(Cable Supplied)
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no power connections required
Relay Module
No of
Outputs
8
Max Switching
(per output)
5A @230Vac
216
Relay Module
4
5A @230Vac
230
Relays Module
4
30A @230Vac
Part Number
Description
215
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Enclosure / Power Supply
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IP56 Insulation Class 2
DIN Rails mounted on Steel Plate
12Vdc 1A PSU incorporated accepts 110-240Vac (5A Fused)
Dimensions
External
Internal
DIN Rail length 1
DIN Rail length 2
315 x 235 x 130mm
300 x 220 x 120mm
285mm
180mm
Part No
Description
ENC-DA3
PSU12V1AIN-IP
DIN Rail Enclosure Assembly, Two Mounting Rails, 12Vdc PSU Fitted
Power Supply 110-240Vac input, 12Vdc 1A Output
Custom systems
We regularly supply pre-wired / bespoke systems, please contact our sales dept for further
assistance
R. F. Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate, South Street, Lewes,
E Sussex, BN8 6JL. England
Tel +44 (0)1273 898 000
Email sales@rfsolutions.co.uk
Fax +44 (0)1273 480 661
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and R.F. Solutions Ltd. assumes no liability with respect to the accuracy of such information.
Use of R.F.Solutions products as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
1 Configuring a Remote Telemetry System
(200Tx -> 210Rx)
There are three Steps:
1. Pre-Configure the 200 series transmitter
2. Pre- Configure the 210Rx to operate with a 200 series transmitter
3. Marry a 200Tx to a 210Rx
1.1
Pre-Configure a 200 Transmitter Encoder
1. Mapping the 200 Transmitter Inputs to the 210 Receiver Outputs
The Remote telemetry system automatically maps the 8 transmitter input channels to 8 receiver output
channels. The ‘8/15’ option link on the transmitter allows selection of channels 1-8 or 9-15 on the receiver.
200 Tx Option Link
Open
Connected
210 Rx output Channels
1–8
9 – 15
2. Enable Option Links (ENABLE 1-8)
The 200 Transmitters have eight ‘Enable’ Option links which must be fitted in order for the corresponding
input to be valid (otherwise the 210Tx will ignore it). This enables applications where many transmitters
are used with a single 210Rx (many to one relationship)
3. Auto Transmit with Watchdog Mode ‘Auto Tx’
When the ‘Auto Tx’ link is made, the 200 Tx automatically transmits its data once within every 5 second
period, in addition, channel 16 is allocated as a ‘system watchdog‘. As long as the 210Rx continues to
receive this signal then output ‘16’ is held ON. If for any reason (fault or RF interference) the signal is not
received for approx 20secs then output ‘16’ will drop out.
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
1.2
200 Series
Pre-Configure a 210Rx to operate with a 200 Tx series transmitter
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3.
Ensure option link J8 is open.
Apply power to the 210Rx, All output LEDS flash alternately. This is factory reset default state.
Apply power to any 200 Tx and briefly operate any input by shorting any of the input terminals on the
transmitter (ensure Enable link is fitted!), to force a transmit.
4. The 210Rx. LED2 flashes 5 times to indicate that the 210Rx is now configured for use with 200 Tx.
5. Each time power is applied the 210Rx, LED2 flashes 5 times to show it is configured to operate with
200Tx transmitters.
6. Configuration is now complete and 200/201 transmitter unit(s) can be learned to the 210Rx receiver.
Note: Option links LK 1-16 have no affect on the operation of the remote telemetry system.
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1.4
Marry a 200Tx to a 210Rx
On the 200 Tx, remove the Link header ‘OPT1‘ (auto Tx). (prevents automatic transmission during the
learn process).
On the 210Rx Ensure option link J8 is open.
Apply power to the 210Rx, note that LED2 flashes 5 times to show it is configured for use with 200Tx
transmitters.
Briefly press the 210Rx Learn Switch: Note that the 210Rx Learn LED (LED 17) will flash.
Wait until the 210Rx Learn LED has stopped flashing but is still illuminated.
Apply power to any 200 Tx and briefly operate any input by shorting any of the input terminals on the
Transmitter (ensure Enable link is fitted!), to force a transmit.
Note that the 210Rx learn LED will turn off.
The learn cycle is now complete and the transmitter/encoder will operate the systems.
Erasing the 210Rx Receiver Outputs (Return to Factory Default State)
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4.
To completely erase the 210Rx decoder’s memory, press and hold the 210Rx learn switch.
The learn LED will illuminate
Hold the learn switch until the learn LED extinguishes (approx 10 seconds).
Release the learn button and all the output LED’s will now flash alternately to indicate that all encoder data
has been erased and the 210Rx has returned to factory default state.
Note: It is not possible erase individual transmitters.
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
1.5
200 Series
Connecting output Modules to the 210 Receiver
A range of ‘200’ series output modules are available which can be plugged into the 210 Receiver via the four IDC
header boxes on the receiver. The selection of output module will be dependant on the application. Please see
DS200S-1 for a summary the available modules.
1.6
Connecting an Antenna
The 210Rx has a 200mm flying lead cable (50ohm) with a panel mount BNC socket provided to mount on an
enclosure. This cable may be extended however please note that typically there is a 50% range reduction with
every 3metres of coax cable used!
For increasing range performance a +3dB gain antenna is available. This is supplied with wall mounting bracket
and 2metres of coax cable, it plugs in directly to the 210Rx BNC connector.
1.7
Range
The antenna choice and position directly controls the system range. Keep it clear of other metal in the system.
The best position by far, is protruding from the top of the product. This is often not desirable for practical or
ergonomic reasons and thus a compromise may be needed. If an internal antenna must be used then try to
keep it away from other metal items, and in particular large ones like transformers, batteries and PCB tracks
and earth planes.
Note that the space around the antenna is as important as the antenna itself. All radio systems are dependant
on a radio signal being received through airspace.
The range quoted is the optimal in direct line of sight without obstacles and in good atmospheric conditions.
Range is affected by many things, for example local environmental conditions, atmospheric conditions,
interference from other radio transmitters. For evaluating the local environment please see our RF Meter
(DS006)
In very worse case applications the range quoted may be reduced to 30% of the optimal range stated.
1.8
Signal integrity
In systems where many encoders are in close proximity there may be occasions when, due to signal overlay
between encoders, it is difficult or impossible to guarantee system integrity. In such circumstances it is the
responsibility of the installer to ensure that the system performance is adequate for the purposes of the
installation.
1.9
Information availability
All products are supplied with their relevant datasheets. These are also available for download from the website
or on request from RF Solutions Ltd.
R. F. Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate, South Street, Lewes,
E. Sussex, BN8 6JL, England
Tel +44 (0)1273 898 000
Email sales@rfsolutions.co.uk
Fax +44 (0)1273 480 661
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association
All Trademarks acknowledged and remain the property of the respected owners
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and R.F. Solutions Ltd. assumes no liability with respect to the accuracy of such information.
Use of R.F.Solutions as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Module Technical Specifications
Transmitters
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8 Input Channels
Volt Free contact Inputs via Screw Terminals
12 / 24Vdc Supply
Range;
1 433MHz
up to
1 433MHz NB up to
1 458MHz
up to
200 Metres
1,000 Metres
6,000 Metres
High Security RF Protocol
Low Power Battery Version
Auto Transmit Mode
Automatic ‘Watchdog’ Transmission
Antenna Supplied
BNC Socket
This is a simple to use radio transmitter module which can
accept 8 pairs of ‘Volt free’ contacts inputs.
When an input occurs the transmitter will transmit a data packet
over the RF link to an associated receiver. (That has been
learnt into the transmitter). The transmitter continually monitors
the status of its ‘inputs’. It transmits a signal on any input
change and also can be set to transmit automatically every 15
seconds .
Full configuration instructions are given further in this document.
200 Transmitter:
I/P 1
I/P 2
I/P 3
200/201
Transmitter
Auto Tx
Enable 1-8
8 / 15
I/P 5
I/P 6
I/P 4
I/P 7
I/P 8
RF Tx
12 / 24Vdc
Supply
8 x Zero Volt Inputs
Standard transmitter
Part Numbering
FM Transmitter
Range**
(Metres)
200
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
Compatible
Decoders
210-433F
FM Narrow Band Transmitter
1,000
434.525
210-525N
Part Number
Description
200-433FR
200-525NR
200-458FR
FM High Power Transmitter
6,000
458.850
210-458F
** Range stated is optimum, direct line of sight. In worst conditions this can be reduced by upto 50%
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Technical Specifications
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 200Tx : 112 x 82 mm (PCB: 109 x 72mm)
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Storage Temperature; -10 to +155 C
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Operating Temperature; -0 to +55 Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Supply Voltage: 12V Supply
Supply Voltage: 24V Supply
Antenna Output Lead Impedance
Minimum input activation time to trigger transmission
433MHz / 433NBMHz Version
Supply Current: Quiescent
Supply Current: Transmitting Data
458MHZ Version
Supply Current: Quiescent
Supply Current: Transmitting Data
200 Transmitter Current Consumption
433MHz / 433NBMHz Version
Supply Current: Quiescent
Supply Current: Transmitting Data
458MHZ Version
Supply Current: Quiescent
Supply Current: Transmitting Data
Min
10
21
Typical
12
24
50
5
Max
16
30
Units
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V
Ohms
ms
150
10
170
200
mA
mA
240
10
250
270
mA
mA
Min
Typical
Max
Units
150
10
170
200
mA
mA
240
10
250
270
mA
mA
R. F. Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate, South Street, Lewes,
E. Sussex, BN8 6JL, England
Tel +44 (0)1273 898 000
Email sales@rfsolutions.co.uk
Fax +44 (0)1273 480 661
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and R.F. Solutions Ltd. assumes no liability with respect to the accuracy of such information.
Use of R.F.Solutions as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
DS200-13 March 08
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Receivers
This DIN rail module performs the radio reception and
decoding for the 200 series modules. It has four output
connectors each with four digital outputs and displays the
output status on LED’s 1-16. Any of the DIN Rail output
modules lug into these connectors marked 1-4 (Connecting
cable supplied with output module).
Connector
1
2
3
4
O/P Channels
1-4
5–8
9 – 12
13 – 16
BNC Socket
12 / 24Vdc
Supply
210Rx
O/P
13-16
O/P
9-12
O/P
5-8
O/P
1-4
Technical Specifications
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 138 x 82 mm (PCB: 133 x 72mm)
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Storage Temperature: -10 to +70 Celsius.
Operating Temperature:
o
0 to +55 Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Supply Voltage: 12V Supply
10
12
Supply Voltage: 24V Supply
21
24
Supply Current : Quiescent
25
Time from Tx Switch depressed to 210Rx output
Time from Tx Switch release to Decoder output
Switched output Voltage (I out = 1mA)
Logic Low
0
0.2
Logic High
3.5
3.8
Connects to any
Output Module
Max
16
30
100
200
Units
V
V
mA
mSecs
mSecs
0.8
5
V
V
Part Numbering
Part No
Description
210-433FR
Receiver Decoder 16 Channels DIN Rail Mounting, FM @ 433.92MHz
210-525NR
Receiver Decoder 16 Channels DIN Rail Mounting, FM Narrow Band @ 434.525MHz
210-458FR
Receiver Decoder 16 Channels DIN Rail Mounting, FM High Power @ 458.850MHz
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Modular Radio Telemetry System
200 Series
Relay Outputs 1 - 4
Output Modules
210 Rx
215 & 216 Relay Output Module
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215
215 = 8 relays
216 = 4 Relays
Relay outputs rated at 230Vac ,12A
peak and 6A continuous current rating.
‘normally open’ and ‘normally closed’
Relay Outputs 5 - 8
screw terminals.
210 Rx
216
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 135 x 82 mm (PCB: 132 x 72mm)
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Relay Outputs 1 - 4
Storage Temperature: -10 to +70 Celsius.
Operating Temperature: 0 to +55
Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Max
Units
Supply Voltage
From 210Rx module
Relay* output Rating (type KB12) at 230Vac
6
12
A
*The relay contacts in this unit are for functional use only and must not be used for isolation purposes
230 Relay Output Module
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210 Rx
4 relay (type K7SFA12) outputs rated for
up to 30A at 230Vac.
Each relay provides ‘input’ and ‘normally
open’ Spade Terminals.
230
Relay Outputs 1 - 4
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 115 x 82 mm (PCB: 109 x 72mm)
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Storage Temperature: -10 to +70 Celsius.
Operating Temperature: 0 to +55 Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Max
Units
Supply Voltage
From 210Rx module
Relay output Rating @ 230Vac*
30
A
@ 12Vdc
20
A
*The relay contacts in this unit are for functional use only and must not be used for isolation purposes
R. F. Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate, South Street, Lewes,
E Sussex, BN8 6JL. England
Tel +44 (0)1273 898 000
Email sales@rfsolutions.co.uk
Fax +44 (0)1273 480 661
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and R.F. Solutions Ltd. assumes no liability with respect to the accuracy of such information.
Use of R.F.Solutions products as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
DS200-13 March 08
©2008 RF Solutions Ltd, www.rfsolutions.co.uk
Tel 01273 898000 Fax 01273 480661
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