TANTALUS XR-3100 Crossband Repeater Combined 220 MHz/900 MHz radio for flexible TUNet deployment WAN/LAN RANGE EXTENDER The XR-3100 Crossband Repeater extends WAN coverage into hardto-reach locations and over challenging terrain. It provides vast, economical radio coverage which enables a utility to prioritize deployment to service points that offer the highest customer service value and operational benefits. The XR-3100 contains both a 220 MHz WAN transceiver and a 900 MHz LAN portal that allows endpoint devices to connect directly to the WAN without going through a meter. Incoming messages from 900 MHz endpoint devices such as Tantalus-enabled meters and load control devices are relayed over the 220 MHz WAN channel without additional hardware. This enables a utility to add capacity and functionality without re-engineering the network. TANTALUS ADVANTAGES The XR-3100 improves radio broadcast range and penetration to ensure that distant sites or those located in challenging urban and rural environments receive reliable communications. The XR-3100 can be mounted at any convenient location where VAC power ranging from 100 to 240 is available, such as on the side of a building or at the top of a pole. Each XR-3100 comes with a standard internal antenna. For an extra boost, the internal antenna may be replaced with an optional external antenna. Two types of external antenna are available: omni-directional whip and directional yagi. External 220 MHz WAN antenna kits include the antenna, cable assembly and lightning protector. Provides long-range, terrain hugging communications in both challenging rural and urban environments Enables a utility to surgically deploy endpoints anywhere without substation constraints Multiple installation options Small size, rugged weather-proof construction Secure, lockable enclosure Features Tantalus TruPush™ technology for instant, field initiated event notifications such as outage alerts or load shed success; no device polling required TUNet WAN options (wireless RF, Fiber, GPRS/ cellular, Ethernet, WiFi, WiMAX) can be combined to meet economic, coverage and redundancy needs WAN Radio - Frequency range: 220–222 MHz - Channels: 200 - Transmit power: 5 watts (+37 dBm) - Receiver sensitivity: -114 dBm at 12 dB; SINAD guaranteed - Standard antenna: internal unity gain - Optional external antennas: 5.2 dBi omnidirectional whip (AE-3010) 9.1 dBi directional yagi (AE-3020) LAN Radio - Frequency range: 902– 928 MHz; license exempt - Transmitter power: 0.9 watt (+29.5 dBm) - Antenna: 5 dBi external omnidirectional www.tantalus.com | Power Input - Supply: 100 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz - Quiescent consumption: 4 watts - Rechargeable battery backup for outage reporting Physical - Dimensions: 11” W x 13.25 H x 5” D 28 W x 33 H x 12.5 D cm - Weight: 6.8 lbs / 3.1 kg Environmental - Operating temperature range: -22° to +149° F / -30° to +65° C - Operating humidity range: 5% to 95% non-condensing Approvals / Standards - FCC for CFR Title 47 Part 90 and Part 15b - ANSI/UL 60950-1-2002 - CSA CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 - Rain Proof Type 3R enclosure - CSA/UL certified 919.900.8970 2014 Tantalus Systems Corp. TUNet is a registered trademark of Tantalus Systems Corp. © Tantalus reserves the right to change product or system specifications without notice.
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