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Wireless Solutions Catalog
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Introduction & Table of Contents
Providing reliable, secure, industrial
wireless systems.
Wireless connectivity from Cooper Crouse-Hinds.
If motion, hazards, obstacles, expense, or distance
make your wired solutions impractical or
impossible, look no further. Cooper Crouse-Hinds
can help.
Wireless systems are becoming more and more
vital to streamlining operations in industrial
environments. These systems eliminate the
high cost of wiring and free up resources from
having to manually collect process information
in hazardous environments. In many
applications, it is impossible to run wires to
plant assets, but wireless systems allow you to
transmit information to process monitoring
systems so operators can monitor and prevent
expensive shutdowns. Wireless systems also
allow plant personnel to optimize the use of
plant assets, and to coordinate preventative
maintenance tasks, materials, and schedules.
Wireless systems from Cooper Crouse-Hinds
can help.
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Introducing ESP Solutions.
For more than 100 years, Cooper Crouse-Hinds has
exceeded customer expectations when it comes to new
ideas and technological advancements. Today, as the
electrical industry’s global leader for hazardous
environments, we continue to reach beyond the expected especially with our commitment to ESP (Enhancing Safety
& Productivity).
The problem that never happens. That’s the goal behind
ESP - smarter, more powerful solutions enhancing safety
and productivity in your world. Making danger obsolete is
what drives the innovative minds at Cooper Crouse-Hinds.
ESP is all about anticipating customer needs while staying
in tune with what’s important to you. By providing
innovative solutions for enhancing safety and productivity,
we’re helping you do more with less.
Types of Wireless Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Wireless System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Unidirectional Transmitter / Receiver Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Unidirectional Transmitter / Receiver Unit Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Single Sensor Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Single Sensor Transmitter Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Serial Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Serial Unit Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Transceivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Transceiver Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Wireless Gateways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Wireless Gateway Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Wireless Modems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Wireless Ethernet Modems (900 Series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
D2 W MDME 900 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Wireless Ethernet Modems (2400 Series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
D2 W MDME 2400 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Accessory Ordering Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Enclosures - Divisions 1 & 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Non-metallic Enclosures - Division 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Types of Wireless Products
Cooper Crouse-Hinds industrial
wireless products provide secure
and reliable solutions for a wide
range of industries and
applications as an alternative for
signal and data wiring. The
products fall into two groups:
Wireless I/O (which includes
transceivers, gateways, receivers, and transmitters) and
Wireless Modems. All wireless devices are rated and CSA
certified for Class I, Division 2 applications when housed in
a suitable enclosure for the environment. For Division 1 &
2 applications, please refer to page 40 for recommended
enclosure offerings.
Wireless I/O
Transceivers connect directly to sensor and control
signals and transmit the signal values by radio. These
units can also be used as a repeater to wirelessly retransmit signals from other radios.
Gateways perform similarly to
transceivers, but can also connect
signals to various protocols of databus
devices, such as Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLCs), Distributed Control
Systems (DCS), or Supervisory Control
and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
Receivers receive commands from transmitters or
transceivers to operate a certain device. These units have
three digital outputs and one analog output, and are an
economical way of delivering data to a remote location.
Transmitters are an economical way of sending a signal
from a sensor or control system to monitor or control a
process.
Two types of transmitters exist:
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D2 W LT – transmits a signal to a transceiver, receiver,
or gateway.
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D2 W SIO – transmits a signal to a transceiver,
receiver, or gateway, but can also better manage
power consumption by reverting to “sleep mode.”
Wireless Networks
Cooper Crouse-Hinds transceivers form networks which
optimize wireless density and are configured to ensure a
reliable signal. The signals are transmitted by radio and recreated as output signals, or output to control systems.
Ordering Information Example (I/O Radios)
1. Select Division - Div. 2
2. Choose Unit:
W LR = Wireless Receiver
W LT = Wireless Transmitter
WL P1 = Wireless Transmitter / Receiver Pair with DG900 1 Antenna
WL P2 = Wireless Transmitter / Receiver Pair with CFD890EL Antenna
W GMD = Wireless Gateway, Modbus
W GPR1 = Wireless Gateway, Profibus Slave
W GPR2 = Wireless Gateway, Profibus Master
W GET1 = Wireless Gateway, Ethernet
W GDET1 = Wireless Gateway, DeviceNet Slave
W GM1 = Wireless Gateway, Modbus Plus
W MIO = Wireless Multiple Inputs / Outputs
W SIO = Wireless Single Input / Output
NW SER = Serial Unit (wired)
NW BAT = Battery (wired)
3. Select Type:
** Not Required ** - D2 W LR, D2 W LT, D2 W GMD, D2 W GPR1, D2 W GPR2, D2 W GET1, D2 W GDET1,
D2 W GM1, D2 W SIO, D2 WL P1, D2 WL P2 only
1, 2, 3, 4 - D2 W MIO only
11, 12, 13 - D2 NW SER only
2 - D2 NW BAT only
4. Frequency*:
** Not Required ** - D2 NW SER, D2 NW BAT
900 - License-free in the following countries:
USA, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, New Zealand
*Devices with different frequencies are available upon request.
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D2
W MIO
1
900
Wireless Systems
Unidirectional Units
D2 W LT/D2 W LR
Multiple Signal Units
D2 W MIO
Used where a simple one-way link is required
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Transmitter and receiver units can be used as a pair or
individually as part of a network (connecting to transceivers and/or gateway units)
Transceivers can send and receive multiple signals
from instruments
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These units are used when communication is required
in both directions, or when many signals need to be
received and/or transmitted. Each network can handle multiple transceivers.
Example Application:
Monitoring temperature gauge of a furnace.
Hard wired to:
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Example Application:
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Single Signal Units
Monitoring operational alarms from the service centers of
several radar stations, fuel tanks, standby generators, etc.
PRODUCT TYPES
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D2 W SIO
Airport
Ai
A
Management
SCADA
Radar
Station
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Input only, one-way communications
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Managed ultra-low power consumption, suitable for
battery-only power source
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Used to connect a single transducer/sensor into a
wireless network (single signal unit)
Fuel
Tanks
Example Application:
Monitoring tank level and overflow alarm from the top of
tanks with no power supply.
Standby
by
Generator
Databus Gateway Units
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D2 W G
Interface units to connect to:
- Various fieldbuses: Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus,
DF1, DeviceNet, and Modbus Plus
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Digital
Analog
Pulse
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Expansion serial units can be used when RS232 port
not connected to PC or PLC
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Act as transceivers and are able to communicate with
receivers, transmitters, sensors, PCs, PLCs, and
SCADA
Example Application:
Serial Units
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D2 NW SER
Receive temperature reading from a process while monitoring / controlling valve and pressure in a chemical plant.
Used to expand the number of I/O for transceivers
and gateways via RS485
Example Application:
Adding additional I/O to an existing wireless transceiver.
Hard wired
connection to:
I/O
I/O
I/O
Ethernet
Modbus
Profibus
DF1
DeviceNet
Modbus Plus
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Ethernet
Modbus
Profibus
DF1
DeviceNet
Modbus Plus
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Wireless System Architecture
Cooper Crouse-Hinds’ innovative WIB-net™ communications protocol is specifically designed for highly reliable
and secure operation on open license-free radio bands.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless units form a WIB network –
Wireless Information Backbone. A WIB is an effective
plant-wide wireless information network for transferring
data and connecting signals and databuses in a highly efficient exception-reporting, peer-to-peer network. WIB-net
provides the following features:
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Exception-reporting transmissions for maximum
wireless efficiency. Wireless messages are only transmitted whenever a signal value changes, yielding effective real-time performance. Integrity check
messages ensure reliable operation of the wireless
network as well as signal link accuracy. Exception-reporting reduces signal traffic to messages of only real
significance.
Polling Example
wireless units.
There are no
master units
and no slaves.
Any module in
a network can
talk to any
other. Input
signals can be
transmitted to
multiple destinations.
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Exception Reporting
Peer-to-Peer Example
Wireless mesh structure. WIB-net enables every
Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless gateway/transceiver to
act as a repeater to optimize wireless message propagation. Messages can hop through multiple
gateway/transceiver units to reach a destination. Providing these units have a reliable wireless link to at
least one other gateway/transceiver, a wireless mesh
forms to enable reliable links to the whole network.
Mesh Example
Ethernet
Modbus TCP
to DCS LAN
Profibus to
Siemens PLC
Event-driven
communications
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Error-checking with automatic re-transmission for
high reliability operation. Every radio message has a
probability of corruption. Therefore, automatic error
detection, acknowledgement, and re-transmission is
critical to reliable operation.
WIB-net will send and then re-transmit up to five times.
After the fifth attempt, a communication failure status is
logged and an alarm set externally.
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Listen-before transmit wireless operation to maximize the chance of successful message transmission.
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Peer-to-peer networking, giving the maximum network flexibility. Each Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless
gateway and transceiver unit can transmit/receive directly to/from any other wireless gateway and transceiver, and can transmit/receive to/from multiple
Modbus
PLC Network
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High security encryption. WIB-net uses a highly secure data encryption technique to protect against misuse of wireless data. The level of security of Cooper
Crouse-Hinds wireless networks is at an equivalent or
higher level than wired networks.
Input/Output Mapping
Message Control
Process signals or sensors convey the value of an input
value to a designated output channel:
System address (15-bit, 1 – 32768)
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Source module address (1 – 127)
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Destination module address (1 – 127)
Exception – change in input value compared to userconfigurable “sensitivity” values
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Repeater addresses (up to 5 addresses)
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Output channel number
Update time – user-configurable time period since the
last message, individually configured for each I/O register
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I/O signal value (16-bit)
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CRC error-checking (16-bit)
Real time – block mappings only; messages transmitted on real-time values
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On demand – block mappings only; poll command
from another wireless unit or by a write command by a
connected databus device
All modules in the same system share a unique system
address to avoid cross-talk between systems in the same
radio environment. The configuration software automatically generates a random system address for each system.
Destination or repeater modules automatically acknowledge messages when received with a correct error-check
value, except for messages from transmit-only units. If an
acknowledgement is not received within 500 milliseconds,
the message is re-transmitted. The message will be transmitted up to five times with random re-try times. After the
fifth attempt, a “comms-fail” event will be set, which can
be used to trigger an output alarm or register.
Block Messages
Block messages are similar to other transmissions. However, signal information is condensed into “blocks” and
these blocks are sent at programmed intervals. Each
block message contains up to 64 x 16-bits of values.
Block messages are only transmitted or repeated by the
wireless gateway product range (D2 W G).
ARCHITECTURE
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The WIB-net protocol is based on exception-reporting for
optimum performance. Messages can be triggered by any
of the following:
Before a message is transmitted, the radio channel is
checked to ensure it is clear (listen-before-transmit). The
message is preceded by a lead-in transmission; the length
depends on the radio model to allow all other units to lock
onto the transmitted message.
Security Encryption
Security encryption of wireless messages is user-selectable. A 64-bit secure proprietary encryption algorithm is
used. The 64-bit key is randomly generated by the configuration software and is never disclosed to the user or
transmitted by radio.
Configuration files are protected by password, up to 256
characters.
Discrete/digital values can be packed (i.e. up to 1024 (64 x
16) digital values can be packed into a block message and
unpacked at the destination gateway).
Block messaging creates a more robust, reliable, and efficient system by reducing the chance that messages will
become corrupt and by minimizing radio frequency congestion.
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Unidirectional Transmitter / Receiver Units
D2 W LT (transmitter)
D2 W LR (receiver)
Transmitter Unit
The unidirectional wireless range
of products is suitable for
connecting to a single sensor or
group of sensors and provides an
economical solution for remote
monitoring systems. The
unidirectional products can also
be used in more complex
networks such as signal
transmitters or receivers.
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Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
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Input-only transmitter unit, two digital/pulse inputs,
one analog input, and one thermocouple mV input
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Transmits to receiver unit as a matched pair where the
input signals are re-created as output signals or can
transmit to a transceiver or gateway unit
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Up to 3000 wireless transmitters can be used in a network (255 inputs can be linked to any radio unit address)
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External inputs plus internally calculated values, including analog set-point status, pulse count, power
supply voltage
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Thermocouple input -10 to +100mV with cold-junction
compensation and linearization for J, K, or T-type
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Set-point status generated by comparing analog input
to high and low set-points
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Digital inputs can also be used as pulse count inputs
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Power supply 9 – 30VDC, measured and available as a
transmitted variable
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24VDC analog loop supply internally provided
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RS232 configuration and diagnostics port
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RS232 - RJ45 cable required for set-up (catalog number: CBLSER RJ45)
NOTE: Antenna sold separately.
Digital
Analog
Thermocouple
Digital
Analog
Applications
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Wireless connection of flowmeters or energy meters
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Monitoring of storage tanks
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Monitoring cathodic protection on pipelines
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Wireless alarms from power reticulation fault-relays
Features
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Up to 5 intermediate transceiver or gateway units can
be configured to link inputs and outputs between
transmitters or receivers
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Factory-configured as a matched transmitter/receiver
pair or user-configurable with E-Series Windows configuration program
Receiver Unit
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
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Output-only receiver unit, three digital contact outputs, and one analog output
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Receives radio commands from transmitter unit as a
matched pair where the input signals are re-created as
output signals, or can receive commands from a
transceiver or gateway unit
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Up to 3000 wireless receivers can be used in a network (255 inputs can be linked to any radio unit address)
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Power supply 9 – 30VDC; 24VDC analog loop supply
internally provided
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Communications failure indication and configurable
output
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Outputs can be configured as retained or reset (failsafe) on communications failure
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LED indication of radio signal strength
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RS232 configuration and diagnostics port
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RS232 - RJ45 cable required for set-up (catalog number: CBLSER RJ45)
UNIDIRECTIONAL UNITS
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Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
D2 W LT 900
Wireless Transmitter (900 MHz)
(Antenna sold separately)
D2 W LR 900
Wireless Receiver (900 MHz)
(Antenna sold separately)
D2 WL P1 900
Wireless Transmitter / Receiver Pair
with DG900 1 Whip Antenna (900 MHz)
D2 WL P2 900
Wireless Transmitter / Receiver Pair
with CFD890EL Dipole Antenna (900 MHz)
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Unidirectional Transmitter / Receiver Unit Specifications
Dimensions
Transmitter Inputs
105 mm
101 mm (4.13”)
(3.98”)
120 mm
(4.72”)
22.5 mm
(0.89”)
General
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Frequency: frequency hopping spread spectrum
902-928 MHz, sub-bands available, 1W
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Sensitivity: line-of-sight range 20 miles (4W ERP “effective radiated power”), 15 km (1W ERP); 3000’ /
1000 m in obstructed industrial environments; radio
distances can be increased by up to 5 intermediate
transceiver or gateway units
Source
Function
Digital
external
status
Pulse Total
external
count
Analog
external
analog
Thermocouple
external
analog
Set-point
internal
status
Supply Voltage
internal
analog
Input values transmitted as per WIB-net (see page 6) protocol - exception-reporting on signal change, and update
time. Up to 5 intermediate transceiver or gateway units
can be configured to link inputs and outputs between
transmitters or receivers.
Digital / Pulse Inputs
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Two inputs, suitable for voltage-free contacts / NPN,
or voltage input 0-1 VDC on / >3 VDC off pulse input
max. rate 10 Hz, 50 msec on time. Pulse counted as
16-bit register.
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Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
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Temperature: -40 to 60ºC / -40 to 140 ºF
Analog Inputs
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Humidity: 0 - 99% RH
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0-20 mA (4-20mA, 0-10mA)
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Regulatory Approvals: EMC compliant 89/336 EEC,
EN 301 489, AS3548, FCC Part 15, Approved to FCC
Part 15.247, RS210
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“Floating” differential input, resolution 16-bit, accuracy
< 0.1 %
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Housing: DIN rail thermo-plastic enclosure 3.9” x 0.9”
x 4.7” (100 x 22 x 120 mm)
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Input Type
Thermocouple Inputs
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Transmitter Unit: Power/OK, radio TX, DIN1, DIN2,
analog set-point status
Millivolt (-10mV to +100mV), J, K, or T type linearization with on-board cold-junction compensation
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Accuracy better than 1ºC
Receiver Unit: Power/OK, radio RX, DO1, DO2, DO3,
communications fail LED’s also used to provide radio
signal strength indication
Power Supply
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Normal Supply: 9 - 30VDC, power consumption
@12VDC - receiver normal 70mA, max. 250mA
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Transmitter normal 70mA, transmitting max. 600mA
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Analog loop supply internally generated, 24VDC 35mA
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Internal monitoring of supply voltage may be transmitted as an “input” (transmitter unit only)
Configuration and Diagnostics
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High and low set-points generate internal digital status
- set-point status sets (on) when analog value < low
set-point and resets (off) when analog value > high
set-point. Status is transmitted as per digital input,
set-point values are set via the front panel rotary
switch or configuration software.
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Factory configuration transmitter/receiver matched
pair, AI to AO, 2DI to 2DO, SP status to DO3 via
RS232 - RJ45 cable
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User configuration via serial port. Unidirectional units
can be configured to network with multi-I/O and gateway units.
Separate set-points for (4-20 mA), thermocouple and
supply inputs are configurable
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Diagnostics features: read input values, write output
values, radio signal strength, monitor communication
messages
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Receiver Outputs
Digital Outputs
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Three relay contact outputs, 260V 1A
Analog Outputs
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0-20mA, source output, 12-bit resolution, 0.1% accuracy
UNIDIRECTIONAL UNITS
Set-point Status
Communication Failure
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Internal status based on configurable time-out value
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“Comms-fail” status can be configured to a local output
Fail-Safe
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On “comms-fail,” outputs user-configurable as retained last correct value or reset (fail-safe)
Serial Port
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RS232 RJ45 female DCE, used for configuration and
diagnostics
LED Indication
Transmitter Unit
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Power/OK, radio TX, DIN1, DIN2, analog set-point status
Receiver Unit
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Power/OK, radio RX, DO1, DO2, DO3, communications fail
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LEDs also used to provide radio signal strength indication
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Single Sensor Transmitters
D2 W SIO
D2 W SIO wireless modules are
economical solutions for monitoring remote process signals and
are housed in a weatherproof
(IP66) enclosure. They connect
to discrete, pulse, or analog signals from process transducers,
and transmit these signal values
by radio. Capable of being powered by battery-only supplies,
these products are particularly suitable where power is not
available.
Direct I/O
Direct I/O
Repeater
Direct I/O
Direct I/O
PC
DCS
SCADA
PLC
Direct I/O
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Digital
Analog
Pulse
Applications
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Multiple power supply options including battery-only
supply
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Weatherproof (IP66) enclosures
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Up to 3000 wireless units per network
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Inputs on any D2 W SIO can be wirelessly linked to an
output on any unit. Inputs can be linked to multiple
outputs.
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Up to 5 intermediate transceiver or gateway units can
be configured to link inputs or outputs to transmitters
or receivers
•
Wireless connection of flowmeters or energy meters
•
Monitoring of storage tanks
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Monitoring cathodic protection on pipelines
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Interface with Modbus via the gateway device
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Wireless alarms from power reticulation fault-relays
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External inputs plus internally calculated values, analog set-point status, pulse rate and pulse total, power
supply voltage, power supply alarm
Features
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Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
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Set-point status generated by comparing analog input
to high and low set-points
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Input-only transmitter unit, two digital/pulse inputs and
one analog input
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Antenna sold separately (see page 34 for antenna options)
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Networks with multi-I/O and gateway units
•
Sensor signals, inputs are transmitted to a transceiver
module where the signals are re-created as output signals or passed by a gateway device to a host device
such as a PLC or SCADA system
•
Extremely low power consumption by reverting to
“sleep” mode
•
•
Pulse inputs generate a separate pulse count value
and a pulse rate value. Pulse rates are treated as internal analog registers with a configurable maximum
value.
Power supply generates internal signal which can be
transmitted as low normal supply voltage status, low
battery voltage status, and battery voltage (analog)
•
Can connect to up/down counter transducers such as
shaft-encoders
•
Easily configured to repeat the transmission up to four
additional times after the initial transmission to ensure
that the transmission is received correctly
•
Easy-to-use E-Series Windows configuration software
Ordering Information
Description
D2 W SIO 900
Wireless Transmitter (900 MHz)
(Antenna sold separately)
TRANSMITTERS
Catalog Number
13
Single Sensor Transmitter Specifications
Dimensions
Inputs and Outputs
150 mm 166 mm
(5.1”)
(6.5”)
38 mm
(1.5”)
Input Type
Source
Function
Digital
external
status
Pulse Total
external
count
Pulse Rate
(D2 W SIO only)
internal
analog
Analog
external
analog
Set-point
internal
status
Supply Voltage
(D2 W SIO only)
internal
analog
Supply Low Voltage
(D2 W SIO)
internal
status
Digital Inputs
•
Two inputs, suitable for voltage-free contacts / NPN,
or voltage input 0-1VDC on / >3 VDC off
•
Status transmission on change of input signal and on
time elapsed since last transmission - update time period 10 sec. - 5 days, a separate update time can be
configured when the discrete input is “on”
64 mm
(2.5”)
General
14
•
Frequency: frequency hopping spread spectrum
902-928 MHz, sub-bands available
•
Power: 1W
•
Max. Range (line-of-sight): 20 miles (4 ERP), 15 km
(1 ERP); 3000’ / 1000 m in obstructed industrial environments
•
Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
•
Temperature: -40 to 60ºC / -40 to 140 ºF
•
Humidity: 0-99% RH
•
Regulatory Approvals: approved to FCC Part
15.247, RS210; EMC compliant 89/336 EEC, EN 300
683, AS3548, FCC Part 15
•
Housing: weatherproof (IP66) painted aluminum enclosure 6.7” x 2.5” x 1.4” (170 x 64 x 36 mm); weatherproof connector for external connections
•
Each transmission may be configured to be sent 1 to 5
times
•
LED indicators - radio TX, operation OK
•
High and low set-points generate internal digital status. Set-point status sets (on) when analog value <
low set-point and resets (off) when analog value > high
set-point status transmitted as per digital input.
Pulse Inputs
•
Pulse input max. rate 100 Hz, 3 msec on time (1000
Hz available using a 1/10 divider). Pulse counted as
16-bit register with a 16-bit overflow register (total
count 32-bit). Transmissions occur when count
change exceeds configured increase or on time
elapsed since last transmission. Update time 10 sec. 5 days. Change-of-state transmissions may be suspended if increase exceeds a configured value to reduce radio traffic.
•
Up/Down Pulse Count: the two pulse inputs may be
configured to a single count to suit quadrature or incremental shaft encoder transducers
•
Pulse Rate: calculated from rate of pulse input and
treated as an internal analog input. Configurable scaling. Transmitted as per analog input.
Analog Inputs
•
Analog loop supply internally generated (24VDC)
•
0-25 mA (4-20mA, 0-10mA) available all models, 010V also available “floating” differential input, resolution 12-bit, accuracy < 0.1 % measurement
continuous or sampled, sample time configurable 0 9.1 hours, transducer warm-up time configurable 0.5127 sec.
•
Internal monitoring of supply low voltage status may
be transmitted to remote modules as an “input”
•
Power consumption increases for pulse inputs > 10
Hz
Analog value transmitted on change of input signal or
time elapsed since last transmission, change sensitivity configurable from 0.7-75%, update time configurable from 0.1 min. - 5 days
Set-point Status
•
•
High and low set-points generate internal digital status. Set-point status sets (on) when analog value <
low set-point and resets (off) when analog value > high
set-point. Status transmitted as per digital input.
Power Supply
Battery Supply*: D2 NW BAT Battery pack, 6 x AA
batteries, 9VDC
•
Normal Supply: 6-30VDC, power consumption
@12VDC - quiescent (sleep mode) 120μA, operating
mode 10mA + analog loop during radio transmission
(50 - 100 msec.)
•
300mA @ 1W
Serial Port
•
RS232 DB9 female DCE used for configuration and
diagnostics
TRANSMITTERS
•
* See page 38 for D2 NW BAT Specifications.
15
Serial Units
multi-drop system - up to 10
serial addresses per multidrop link; no master device is
required to control communications
D2 NW SER
The D2 NW SER is a wired device capable of interfacing with
other Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless radios to increase the number of signals radios can
monitor/control. They can also
be used as a slave to any Modbus control system.
•
Applications
•
Expansion I/O for D2 W MIO wireless units - up to 10 x
D2 NW SER units can be connected to each wireless
unit via RS485
•
Serial unit multiplexer, signal transfer via RS485 - up to
10 units per multi-drop link
•
Expansion I/O for Modbus devices - up to 99 x D2 NW
SER units can be connected to each Modbus master
via RS485
I/O
I/O
RS485
I/O
RS485
I/O
I/O
I/O
Features
16
•
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
•
Connected via RS485 multi-drop
•
Selectable communications via WIB-net or Modbus
protocol (both RTU and ASCII formats)
•
Sensor signals connected at one module; input signals
are transmitted to another module where the signals
are re-created as output signals to a host device such
as a PLC or SCADA system
•
Connect to D2 W MIO wireless units for I/O expansion
- up to 10 serial addresses per wireless unit
•
Connect D2 NW SER units together to form a serial
Connect up to 99 x D2 NW
SER units as multi-drop Modbus I/O. RS485
extenders/isolators required
for more than 31 units per single multi-drop length.
RS485
Up to 1
10 Units
•
RS485 multi-drop up to 2 km
(1 mile) depending on installation environment
•
Three versions available
•
Set-point status generated by comparing analog inputs to high and low set-points
•
RS485 cable required; serial units are powered by radios via cable (not provided) (see page 36 for cable
options)
•
Analog inputs selectable as “floating” dual-terminal inputs or commoned single-terminal inputs. Configurable current (0-10 / 0-20 / 4-20mA) or voltage (0-5 /
0-10 / 1-5V). Configurable scaling, zero and span parameters.
•
Analog outputs selectable as single-terminal source or
sink outputs. Configurable current (0-10 / 0-20 / 420mA) or voltage (0-5 / 0-10 / 1-5V).
•
Pulse inputs generate separate pulse count value and
a pulse rate value. Pulse rates are treated as internal
analog registers with a configurable maximum value.
•
Multiple communication failure diagnostics with output status
•
Input measurement display and output “forcing” diagnostics
•
Easy-to-use E-Series Windows configuration software
Data
Bus
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Catalog
Number
Description
Digital
Inputs
Digital
Outputs
Analog
Inputs
Analog
Outputs
Pulse
Inputs
Pulse
Outputs
D2 NW SER 11
Non-wireless
Serial Unit
up to 16
up to 16
0
0
4
1 KHz
8
100 Hz
D2 NW SER 12
Non-wireless
Serial Unit
0
0
8
100 Hz
D2 NW SER 13
Non-wireless
Serial Unit
8
sink/source
0-20mA /
0-10V
0
8
100 Hz
4 “floating” /
up to 8
up to 8
8 commoned
voltage-free field effect
0-20mA /
contacts
transistor
0-10V
up to 8
up to 8
0
SERIAL UNITS
Ordering Information
Note: Digital inputs and outputs are combined channels. When a channel is used as an output, it is not available as an input. Pulse and digital
I/O are same connection.
17
Serial Unit Specifications
Dimensions
General
140 mm
(5.51”)
147 mm
(5.79”)
•
Temperature: -40 to 60ºC / -40 to 140 ºF
•
Humidity: 0-99% RH
•
Regulatory Approvals: EMC FCC Part 15, AS3548,
89/336/EEC
•
Housing: high density thermo-plastic, 5.91” x 7.09” x
1.38” (150 X 180 x 35 mm) with DIN rail mounting
•
Removable terminals up to 12 gauge (2.5 sqmm) wires
•
LED indication for power supply, processor OK, serial
TX and RX, digital I/O
Inputs and Outputs
Digital Inputs
•
Suitable for voltage-free contacts or NPN transistor,
contact wetting current 5mA, inputs are surge protected
•
Type -11 - up to 16 selectable I/O
•
Type -12, -13, - up to 8 selectable I/O
Digital Outputs
•
Field Effect Transistor (FET) outputs, 30VDC 200mA
•
Type -11 - up to 16 selectable I/O
•
Type -12, -13, - up to 8 selectable I/O
Analog Inputs
50 mm
(5.91”)
•
“Floating” differential inputs, common mode voltage
27V, 24VDC for powering external loops provided, 020mA/0-10V, resolution 12-bit, accuracy 0.1%
•
Type-12 - 8 input channels, selectable as 4 dual-terminal floating inputs or 8 single-terminal commoned inputs
Analog Outputs
•
Selectable as current/voltage source or current sink to
common, max. loop voltage 27V, max. loop resistance
1000 ohms, 0 – 20mA/0 – 10V, 12-bit, accuracy 0.1%
•
Type -13 - 8 channels
180 mm
(7.09”)
35 mm
(1.38”)
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Pulse Inputs
•
Specifications as per digital inputs, max. pulse rate
1kHz, pulse width min. 0.5 ms
•
Type -11 - 4 inputs (DIO1-4)
Pulse Outputs
•
Specifications as per digital outputs, max. pulse rate
100 Hz, pulse width min. 5ms
•
Type -11,-12,-13, - 8 outputs (DIO1-8)
Serial Port
•
RS485 serial port configurable up to 115.2 Kb/s, 7 or
8 data bits, none/even/odd parity, 1 or 2 stop bits
•
RS232 configuration port 9 pin DB9 female connector,
9.6 Kb/s, 8/n/1
•
RS485 max cable distance 2000 m terminal connections
Power Supply
•
Battery Supply: 9 - 30VDC, over-voltage and reverse
power protected
•
Internal monitoring of supply voltage. These values
may be transmitted to remote modules for monitoring.
•
Internal DC/DC converter provides 24VDC 250mA for
analog loop supply
SERIAL UNITS
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Transceivers
D2 W MIO
Features
A transceiver is a wireless device
made up of a transmitter and receiver. Since each module can
manage both input and output signals, it can be used to monitor
transducers and control industrial
processes. This module can also be
used as a repeater to relay another wireless device’s transmission, thus increasing the overall range of the system.
•
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
•
Multiple inputs/output channels for monitoring and
control functions
Gas
Analyzer
Metering
Alarms
PLC
Gauges
Plant Control
•
Up to 95 wireless units per network
•
Wireless junction box in a process plant to connect a
large number of signals to other parts of the plant and
to the plant control center
Each wireless unit can connect to input/output expansion modules via RS485 multi-drop with up to 10 expansion modules per wireless unit
•
Simple Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) in a SCADA system, connecting sensors/instrumentation/process signals in pump stations, sub-stations, pipeline regulator
stations, etc.
Sensor signals connected at one module; input signals
are transmitted to another module where the signals
are re-created as output signals or passed via serial to
a host device such as a PLC or SCADA system
•
Short distance and long distance applications with license-free and licensed products
•
Multi-hop repeater functions – up to 5 intermediate
units can be configured in any input/output link
•
Four versions available
•
Any input on any unit can be wirelessly linked to any
output on another unit. Inputs can be linked to multiple outputs.
•
Inputs and outputs can be added via additional serial
units
•
The units can be pre-programmed to consider analog
set-points, pulse rate and pulse total, power supply
voltage, power supply alarm
•
Set-point status generated by comparing analog inputs to high and low set-points. Available on AI1 of -1
units, and AI1-4 of -2 units.
Applications
•
•
•
20
Machine-2-Machine wireless connectivity in factories
•
Pulse inputs generate a separate pulse count value
and a pulse rate value. Pulse rates are treated as internal analog registers with a configurable maximum
value.
•
Radio receives signal and background RF noise
measurement / logging diagnostics
•
Input measurement display and output “forcing” diagnostics
•
Wide voltage power supply, with integral UPS battery
charger and solar regulator
•
Communication logging diagnostics
•
Power supply generates internal signal values which
can be transmitted, low normal supply voltage status,
low battery voltage status, and battery voltage (analog)
•
Easy-to-use E-Series Windows configuration software
•
Antenna sold separately
•
Multiple communication failure diagnostics with output status. Fail-to-transmit alarm and fail-to-receive
alarm status.
Ordering Information
Catalog
Number
Description
Digital
Inputs
Analog
Inputs
Analog
Outputs
Pulse
Inputs
Pulse
Outputs
4
relay
contacts
2
4-20mA
2
4-20mA
1
100 Hz
1
100 Hz
6
0-20mA
0
4
1 x 1 KHz,
3 x 100 Hz
0
100 Hz
0
8
0-20mA
0
0
D2 W MIO 1 900
Wireless Transceiver,
4
Multiple Inputs & voltage-free
Outputs
contacts
D2 W MIO 2 900
Wireless Transceiver,
4
1
Multiple Inputs & voltage-free field effect
Outputs
contacts
transistor
D2 W MIO 3 900
Wireless Transceiver,
0
8
Multiple Inputs & voltage-free field effect
Outputs
contacts
transistor
D2 W MIO 4 900
Wireless Transceiver,
4-16
4-16
Multiple Inputs & voltage-free field effect
Outputs
contacts
transistor
0
4
1 x 1 KHz,
3 x 100 Hz
TRANSCEIVERS
Digital
Outputs
4
100 Hz
4
100 Hz
Note: Pulse and digital I/O are the same connection. The D2 W MIO-4 has 4 fixed inputs and 4 fixed outputs and a further 12 which may be
configured as input or output combinations.
21
Transceiver Specifications
Dimensions
Inputs and Outputs*
Digital Inputs
165 mm 190 mm
(7.5”)
(6.5”)
•
Opto-isolated (5000V) inputs suitable for voltage-free
contacts or NPN transistor, contact wetting
current 5mA
•
Type-1 & -2 - four inputs
•
Type-4 - up to 16 inputs (4 inputs + 12 selectable I/O).
The 12 selectable inputs are surge protected, but not
isolated.
Digital Outputs
•
Type-1 - four relay, contacts, Form A, AC 50V 5A / DC
30V 2A
•
Type-2 - 1 FET output 30VDC 500mA
•
Type-3 - 8 FET output 30VDC 500mA
•
Type-4 - up to 16 FET output (4 outputs + 12 selectable I/O)
55 mm
(2.16”)
62 mm
(2.45”)
130 mm
(5.1”)
22
General
Analog Inputs
•
Frequency: frequency hopping spread spectrum
902-908 MHz, sub-bands configurable
•
•
Power: transmit power 1W, approved to FCC Part
15.247, RSS210
“Floating” differential inputs, common mode voltage
27V. 24VDC for powering external loops provided.
Digital filtering 1 sec.
•
•
Sensitivity: receiver data sensitivity: -108dBm
Type-1 - two 4-20mA resolution 15-bit, accuracy
0.1% (over range indication 2-25mA)
•
Max. Range (line-of-sight):
USA/Canada - 4W ERP, 20+ miles
Other countries - 1W ERP, 15+ km depending on local
conditions
•
Type-2 - six 0-20mA resolution 12-bit, accuracy 0.1%
(over range indication 0-25mA)
•
Data Rate: 19.2 Kb/s with forward-error correction
•
Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
•
Temperature: -40 to 60ºC / -40 to 140 ºF
•
Humidity: 0-99% RH
•
Regulatory Approvals: EMC FCC Part 15, AS3548,
89/336/EEC, EN 301 489
•
Housing: extruded aluminum case, 5.1” x 7.3” x 2.4”
(130 x 185 x 60 mm) with DIN rail mounting
•
Removable terminals up to 2.5 sqmm (12 gauge) wires
•
LED indication for power supply, module status, digital
I/O
* See page 21 for Input / Output summary table.
Analog Outputs
•
Current sink to common, max. loop voltage 27V, max.
loop resistance 1000 ohms
•
Type-1 - two 4-20 mA resolution 15-bit, accuracy
0.1% (over range indication 0.5-25mA)
•
Type-3 - eight 0-20 mA resolution 12-bit, accuracy
0.1% (over range indication 0-20.5mA)
Pulse Inputs
•
Specifications as per digital inputs, max. pulse rate
100Hz, pulse width min. 5 ms
•
Type-1 - one input (DI1)
•
Type-2 - four inputs (DI1-4) - first pulse input (DI1)
max. 1000Hz, pulse width min. 0.5 ms
•
Type-4 - four inputs (DI1-4) - first pulse input (DI1)
max. 1000Hz, pulse width min. 0.5 ms
Pulse Outputs
Serial Port
•
FET 30VDC 500mA max. 100 Hz
•
•
Type-1 - one
•
Type-3 & -4 - four
A serial port can be used to configure transceivers and
to hard-wire one transceiver to another when desired.
This connection avoids the need to add wireless
nodes to circumvent impenetrable obstructions, and
provides a redundant path for critical applications.
•
RS232/RS485 serial port 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity,
1 stop bit
•
RS232 9 pin DB9 female connector
•
RS485 terminal connections (max. cable distance
2000 m)
Power Supply
•
Battery Supply: 11.5-15.0VDC
•
Normal Supply: 12-24VAC or 15-30VDC, over-voltage and reverse power protected
•
Internal monitoring of power fail, solar charge status,
and battery voltage. These values may be transmitted
to remote modules for monitoring.
•
Internal DC/DC converter provides 24VDC 150mA for
analog loop supply
•
Battery charging circuit included for 1.2-12 AHr sealed
battery
•
Solar regulator for direct connection of solar panel (up
to 30W) and solar battery (100AHr)
TRANSCEIVERS
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Wireless Gateways
Wireless gateways interface between other Cooper CrouseHinds wireless devices and
control systems (such as PLCs,
DCS, and SCADA). In addition
to channeling the wireless network data into one central control system, they can also act as
an eight input/output transceiver.
Main benefits:
Direct
I/O
•
Wireless extension of factory automation, providing a
high security firewall. The wireless gateway connects
to a databus and transfers I/O values to another wireless gateway unit via WIB-net communications. The
other gateway interfaces to its own databus. Multiple
gateway units can communicate in a WIB peer-to-peer
network.
•
There is an efficient wireless protocol conversion in the
modules enabling an efficient transfer of data to Modbus, Profibus (Slave or Master), Ethernet, DeviceNet,
and/or Modbus Plus
•
Interface between PLCs, DCS, HMI, or SCADA and
Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless units. The wireless
gateway keeps an “image” of the remote wireless network in its memory and interfaces this image to the
databus.
RADIO
PORT
DATA BUS
PROFIBUS
ETHERNET
MODBUS
DF1
DEVICENET
MODBUS PLUS
Applications
•
Wirelessly connect PLCs on a new machine to an existing factory automation system
•
Interface different automation systems in different sections of a plant
•
Connect protocol devices into a common wireless network
•
Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless units are used to wirelessly transmit signals for PLCs or DCS
Direct I/O
RADIO
INTERFACE
Network wireless units and gateways to connect sensor signals and control systems
Digital
Analog
Pulse
WIB
Et
Ethernet
Direct I/O
Direct I/O
Dir
DeviceNet
D
I/O
DATABASE
Profibus
P
Modbus
PLC Network
24
•
DATA
INTERFACE
Ethernet
Modbus
Profibus
DF1
DeviceNet
Modbus Plus
UNIDIRECTIONAL UNITS
Wireless gateways connect to popular process control and
automation databuses, and convert signal information to
Cooper Crouse-Hinds’ proven WIB-net wireless protocol.
D2 W G
Features
•
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
•
Connects to databus at full bus speed
•
•
Multiple path routing by configuration
•
Eight on-board discrete I/O, individually configurable
as input or output
Can interconnect master-slave, slave-slave and master-master
•
Network configuration is performed with easy-to-use
free software
•
Provides a peer-to-peer wireless network using WIBnet
•
Wide range power supply with integral back-up battery-charging feature
•
High security data encryption
•
Antenna sold separately
•
Automatic acknowledgment and error-correction
Ordering Information
Description
D2 W GMD 900
Wireless Gateway - Modbus (900 MHz)*
D2 W GPR1 900
Wireless Gateway - Profibus Slave (900 MHz)*
D2 W GPR2 900
Wireless Gateway - Profibus Master (900 MHz)*
D2 W GET1 900
Wireless Gateway - Allen-Bradley® EtherNet/IP,
Modbus TCP, TCP/IP Functions (900 MHz)*
D2 W GDET1 900
Wireless Gateway - DeviceNet Slave (900 MHz)*
D2 W GM1 900
Wireless Gateway - Modbus Plus (900 MHz)*
GATEWAYS
Catalog Number
*Antenna sold separately.
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Wireless Gateway Specifications
Dimensions
General
165 mm 190 mm
(6.5”)
(7.5”)
•
Frequency: frequency hopping spread spectrum
902-928 MHz, sub-bands configurable
•
Power: transmit power 1W, approved to FCC Part
15.247, RSS210
•
Sensitivity: receiver data sensitivity: -108dBm
•
Max. Range (line-of-sight): USA/Canada, 4W ERP
20+ miles; other countries, 1W ERP, 15+ km depending on local conditions
•
Data Rate: 19.2 Kb/s with forward-error correction
•
Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
•
Temperature: -40 to 60ºC / -40 to 140ºF
(Modbus/DF1 version); 0 to 60ºC / 30 to 140ºF
(Profibus, Ethernet, DeviceNet, and Modbus Plus versions)
•
Humidity: 0 - 99% RH (Modbus/DF1 version);
0 - 95% RH (Profibus, Ethernet, DeviceNet, and Modbus Plus versions)
•
Regulatory Approvals: EMC Compliant EN 301 489,
FCC Part 15
•
Housing: extruded aluminum case 5.1” x 7.3” x 2.4”
(130 x 185 x 60 mm), DIN rail mounting, removable
terminal blocks for ease of module replacement, terminals suitable for 12 gauge (2.5 sqmm) wire
•
LED indication for processor OK, radio TX and RX, serial TX and RX, active status
•
Wireless Communications: Radio communications
can be configured for combination of event-reporting
(change-of-state), update time, read/write blocks, and
poll response. Radio message includes system addressing, unit addressing, error-checking, and configurable security encryption. Communication control
includes message acknowledgments and up to four
re-transmissions.
•
Peer-to-peer addressing. Messages may be routed
through five intermediate repeater addresses.
•
Fail-to-transmit and fail-to-receive alarms are configurable
55 mm
(2.16”)
62 mm
(2.45”)
130 mm
(5.1”)
26
Inputs and Outputs
Serial Port
•
•
Modbus: Modbus RTU (binary), master / slave configurable; RS232 or RS485, 300 - 19200 bit/sec.
•
DF1: Allen Bradley DF1 full duplex; RS232 only, 300 19200 bit/sec.
•
Profibus: Profibus-DP functionality according to EN
50170; RS485 optically isolated with on-board DC/DC
converter, automatic baud rate detection (9600 bit/s. 12 Mbit/s.)
•
Ethernet: 10/100 Mbit/s., RJ45 connector, transformer isolated interface; Modbus/TCP class 0, class
1, and partially class 2 slave; EtherNet/IP level 2 I/O
server; embedded web system (dynamic HTTP), onboard file system via a 1.4 MB flash disc, user downloadable web pages through FTP server, e-mail
functionality (SMTP)
•
DeviceNet: DeviceNet 2.0 Slave, optically isolated
RS422 with selectable baud rate between 125, 250,
and 500 Kbit/sec.
•
Modbus Plus: Modbus Plus Slave, optically isolated
RS485 with standard baud rate of 1 Mbit/sec., global
database transactions with routing for up to six networks
Eight discrete I/O, individually configurable as input or
output. Inputs suitable for voltage-free contacts. Outputs are FET, 30VDC 500mA.
Power Supply
•
Battery Supply: battery charging circuit included for
12V back-up battery, max. charge current regulated to
0.7A (>12V supply)
•
Normal Supply: 9 - 30VDC / 12 - 24VAC
•
Normal current drain: 12V 150mA; 24V 90mA (MD1
version); 12V 270mA; 24V 170mA (other versions);
add 5mA per active I/O
For current drain during radio transmission, add to
above: 12V 350mA; 24V 200mA
Set-point Status
•
Modbus/DF1: 4300 I/O points (analog plus discrete)
•
Profibus Master, Ethernet, Modbus Plus: 2048
bytes input and 2048 bytes output up to 4300 discrete
I/O points, or up to 1024 analog in / 1024 analog out
•
Profibus Slave: 416 I/O bytes up to 1952 DI / 1952
DO, or up to 122 AI / 122 AO
•
DeviceNet: 512 bytes input and 512 bytes output up
to 4300 discrete I/O points, or up to 256 analog in /
256 analog out
Configuration and Diagnostics
•
GATEWAYS
Diagnostics include online read/write of I/O registers,
radio signal strength values from remote units, and
off-line testing of databus protocol
27
Wireless Modems
Modem Overview
Wireless modems transmit serial or Ethernet data, for connecting PLC to PLC, linking SCADA to a group of PLCs, or
to form a wireless PLC LAN. These modems provide a
transparent data transfer and offer encrypted AES wireless
transmissions via an embedded firewall. Modems are well
suited for industrial or remote environments, and are easily
configured.
Modems also have the ability to send or receive multiple
combinations of input or output signals using any of the D2
NW SER units, and do not wirelessly communicate with
the remainder of the I/O line of products.
Wireless Access Point and
Clients
The Access Point
is hard-wired to
the LAN by an
Ethernet (CAT-5)
cable.
The Access Point
then communicates wirelessly
to the other
modems which
are configured
as Clients.
Client
LAN
Access Point
Client
Ethernet Device
Client
Each Ethernet modem is configured as: 1) an Access Point
or a Client; and 2) a Bridge or a Router. The Wireless Access Point (WAP) acts as the “master” device, and can
connect to a wireless network using Wi-Fi and communicate with multiple clients.
Modems are available at two different frequencies and various transmitting power capabilities. The D2 W MDME 900
(900 MHz Ethernet, 1W) and D2 W MDME 2400 (2.4 GHz
Ethernet, 100mW or 300mW) modems can communicate
in a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint mode. Both
modems can be configured to allow for a self-healing of
communications between network points (nodes) via
Spanning Tree Algorithm technology. The D2 W MDME
2400 products can also use Wireless Distribution System
(WDS) technology to extend radio coverage by linking two
Access Points (AP/AP connectivity).
Repeater
Access Point
LAN A
Access Point
Access Point
Ordering Information Example (Modems)
D2
W MDME
1. Select Division - Div. 2
2. Choose Radio Type:
W MDME = Wireless Ethernet Modem
3. Select Frequency:
900 (900 MHz) - License-free in the following countries:
USA, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, New Zealand
2400 (2.4 GHz) - License-free in USA, Canada
4. Power*:
** Not Required ** - D2 W MDME 900
1 (100mW)
3 (300mW)
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2400
1
Site Outage (Access Point loses power)
Mesh Network
Access Point
Client
LAN A
LAN B
Access Point
MODEMS
Access Point
The Spanning Tree Algorithm function was introduced to
handle network loops and provide redundant paths in networks. The Spanning Tree Algorithm can be configured;
however, the factory default setting is “disabled.” There is
some overhead in maintaining a network utilizing the
Spanning Tree Algorithm. Users wishing to increase their
throughput, at the expense of redundancy, should disable
Spanning Tree.
Site Outage (Access Point loses power)
Access Point
Slave I/O
Normal communications via AP-AP blue line.
Site outage causes AP to divert traffic via back-up path (red).
The combination of AP-AP repeatability and self-healing creates meshed network.
Access Point
A router joins separate Ethernet networks together (i.e.
links a LAN to a different LAN). The router has different IP
addresses on its wired and wireless ports, reflecting the
different IP addresses of the separate Ethernet networks.
When devices on one network wish to communicate with
devices on the other network, they direct their packets at
the router for forwarding.
192.168.0.34
192.168.0.72
192.168.0.34
169.254.102.17
Access Point
Bridge
Client
Router
LAN A
LAN B
Access Point
Access Point
Slave I/O
Consider this network above which has a redundant wireless link. If the Spanning Tree Algorithm function is enabled, one of the two wireless links will be disabled - that
is, all wireless data will be transferred by one link only. If
the active link fails, the other link will automatically start
transferring the wireless data.
Router
LAN A
Client
Communications diverted
(self-heal through Access Point)
LAN B
Bridges are typically used to connect sections of the same
IP network together. For a bridge, the IP section for the
wireless side is the same as the Ethernet side. Two
routers can exist within the same radio network. There is
no limit to the number of bridges in the same network - although, there is a limit of 128 (for the D2 W MDME 2400)
and 255 (for the D2 W MDME 900) clients linked to any
one Access Point.
192.168.0.34
Bridge
192.168.0.72
Client
Bridge
192.168.0.34
LAN
Access Point
Bridge
192.168.0.72
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Wireless Ethernet Modems - 900 Series
D2 W MDME 900
•
Filtering via Black or White List
The D2 W MDME 900 Wireless
Ethernet Modem is an ideal solution for Ethernet connections
in process control and automation applications with PLCs,
DCS, and SCADA acquisition.
The D2 W MDME 900 can handle multiple applications simultaneously.
•
Two serial interfaces: RS232 and RS485
•
Serial connectivity + Ethernet connectivity at the same
time, both RS232 and RS485
•
PPP and serial server functionality
•
Serial Modbus to Modbus TCP conversion
•
Discrete channel for status I/O, for failure status or external status transfer
•
Easy-to-use configuration and powerful diagnostics
Applications
•
Configuration and diagnostics via web browser
•
Remote RTU connectivity
•
•
PLC connectivity
Remote configuration and diagnostics via the wireless
link
•
Antenna sold separately
Features
•
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
•
Suitable for North and South America, Australia/New
Zealand, Hong Kong, India
•
10/100 BaseT Ethernet, wireless data up to 200
Kbit/sec.
•
902 - 928 MHz, 0.1 - 1W, frequency hopping spread
spectrum
•
Typical line-of-sight distance: 20+ miles North America
when using a higher gain antenna; 15 km elsewhere
(1W ERP)
•
Configurable as Access Point / Client; Bridge / Router
•
Security, reliability, redundancy
•
Multiple layers of error detection and correction
•
Automatic changeover to another Access Point if a
wireless link fails
•
Military grade AES security encryption of wireless data
•
Firewall protection and efficient wireless management
•
Message filtering at MAC and IP address level
secure AES
encryption
MAC filtering
Firewall
BRIDGE
ETHERNET
LAN
Access Point / Client
Bridge / Router
all in the same unit ...
ETHERNET
ROUTER
LAN
Ordering Information
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Catalog Number
Description
D2 W MDME 900
Wireless Ethernet Modem (900 MHz)
D2 W MDME 900 Specifications
Dimensions
Discrete I/O
One I/O channel
•
Input: voltage-free contact / Output: FET 30VDC
500mA
Networking
141 mm 160 mm
(5.55”) (6.3”)
32 mm
(1.3”)
•
Configurable as Access Point / Client; Bridge / Router
•
Point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, user configurable
addressing
•
Repeater functionality
•
MAC filtering and IP filtering, White List or Black List
MODEMS
•
Radio
36 mm
(1.42”)
115 mm
(4.5”)
General
•
Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
•
Temperature: -40 to 140ºF / -40 to 60ºC
•
Humidity: 99% RH
•
Power Supply: 10 - 30VDC
•
Current Normal: 280mA (12V), 150mA (24V)
•
Housing: case - heavy-duty painted aluminum, DIN
rail mounting
•
Approvals: FCC 15.247, RSS210
•
Transmit (1W) 500mA (12V), 300mA (24V)
Ethernet
•
10/100 BaseT RJ45 connection, IEEE 802.3 compliant
•
Bridge / Router functions work with all Ethernet protocols (Embedded Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP ARP, PPP,
ICMP, HTTP, FTP, TFTP, TELNET, Modbus TCP Client
and Server)
•
Frequency hopping spread spectrum
•
Frequency bands
•
USA/Canada: 902 - 928 MHz
•
Transmit power 0.1 - 1W (20 - 30dBm) configurable
•
Receiver sensitivity: -108dBm @ 10-6 Bit Error Rate
(BER)
•
Data rates 19.2, 38.4, 100, 200 Kb/s or auto rate selection
•
Protocol CSMA/CA with 32-bit CRC and auto-correction
•
Radio range up to 60 miles / 100 km line-of-sight
using high gain antennas (up to 4W ERP permitted in
USA/Canada)
•
Range may be extended using repeater feature
•
SMA female coaxial antenna connection
Security
•
128-bit AES or 64-bit proprietary encryption (configurable)
•
MAC filtering and IP filtering
•
Password protected configuration
Configuration and Diagnostics
Serial
•
HTTP with remote configuration via wireless link
•
RS232 V.24 DCE, 1.2 to 115.2 Kb/s
•
•
RS485, 1.2 to 115.2 Kb/s
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI), channel
noise, BER, connection monitoring and statistics
•
Serial server, PPP, Modbus TCP to Modbus RTU conversion
•
Firmware upgrade via radio or Ethernet port
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Wireless Ethernet Modems - 2400 Series
D2 W MDME 2400
The D2 W MDME 2400 Wireless Ethernet Modem provides
reliable and secure high-speed
wireless Ethernet connectivity
across a broad range of applications in process and automation plants.
Applications
•
Automatic changeover to another Access Point if a
wireless link fails
•
Industrial ratings down to -35ºC
•
Military grade WPA2 AES security encryption of wireless data
•
Firewall protection and efficient wireless management
•
Message filtering at MAC and IP address level
•
Filtering via Black or White List
•
Two serial interfaces: RS232 and RS485
•
Serial connectivity + Ethernet connectivity at the same
time, both RS232 and RS485
•
PLC connectivity
•
SCADA data transfer
•
Wireless Ethernet
•
PPP and serial server functionality
•
Wireless video feeds
•
Serial Modbus to Modbus TCP conversion
•
Discrete channel for status I/O, for failure status or external status transfer
•
Easy-to-use configuration and powerful diagnostics
•
Configuration and diagnostics via web browser
•
Remote configuration and diagnostics via the wireless
link
•
Antenna sold separately
Features
•
Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas approved (CSA
certified to U.S. and Canadian standards)
•
Uses global 2.4 GHz ISM band
•
10/100 BaseT Ethernet, wireless data up to 11
Mbit/sec.
•
802.11b compliant 2.4 GHz Direct Sequence Spread
Spectrum (DSSS), 100mW or 300mW
•
Typical line-of-sight distance: 5+ miles North America
when using a higher gain antenna (300mW model); 1
km elsewhere (100mW ERP)
•
Configurable as Access Point / Client; Bridge / Router
•
Security, reliability, redundancy
•
High RF output and superior receiver sensitivity gives
excellent penetration in congested industrial environments
•
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) mesh networking
•
Multiple layers of error detection and correction
Ordering Information
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Catalog Number
Description
D2 W MDME 2400 1
100mW Wireless Ethernet Modem (2.4 GHz)
D2 W MDME 2400 3
300mW Wireless Ethernet Modem (2.4 GHz)
D2 W MDME 2400 Specifications
Dimensions
Discrete I/O
One I/O channel
•
Input: voltage-free contact / Output: FET 30VDC
500mA
Networking
141 mm 160 mm
(5.55”) (6.3”)
32 mm
(1.3”)
36 mm
(1.42”)
•
Configurable as Access Point / Client; Bridge / Router
•
Point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, user configurable
addressing
•
WDS self-organizing mesh networking
•
MAC filtering and IP filtering, White List or Black List
•
Serial gateway TELNET
MODEMS
•
Wireless
115 mm
(4.5”)
•
2.400 - 2.484 GHz Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
(DSSS), 13 selectable zones
•
802.11b compliant, auto rate selection 1 MB, 2 MB,
5.5 MB, 11 MB
•
Transmit power 100mW (20dBm) / 300mW (25dBm),
dependent on local regulations
•
Receiver sensitivity: -96dBm @ 1 MB/s, -91dBm @ 11
MB/s < 8% BER
•
Line-of-sight range: 1 km @ 100mW ERP, 8 km @ 4W
ERP
•
Range may be extended using repeater features
•
Dual SMA female coaxial antenna connection for antenna diversity
General
•
Antenna Connector: SMA female coaxial connector
•
Temperature: -35 to 150ºF / -35 to 65ºC
•
Humidity: 99% RH
•
Power Supply: 9 - 30VDC, current 240mA (12VDC),
150mA (24VDC)
•
Housing: case - heavy-duty painted aluminum, DIN
rail mounting
•
Approvals: FCC 15.247, CE ETS 300 328, RSS210
•
Certifications: IEC 60950, CSA
Ethernet
•
10/100 BaseT RJ45 connection, IEEE 802.3 compliant
•
Bridge / Router functions work with all Ethernet protocols (Embedded Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP ARP, PPP,
ICMP, HTTP, FTP, TFTP, TELNET, Modbus TCP)
Serial
•
RS232 V.24 DCE, 1.2 to 115.2 Kb/s
•
RS485, 1.2 to 115.2 Kb/s
•
Serial server, PPP, Modbus TCP to Modbus RTU conversion
Security
•
128-bit AES encryption (WPA), TKIP (WPA), or 128-bit/
64-bit WEP
•
MAC address and IP address filtering
•
Password protected configuration
Configuration and Diagnostics
•
HTTP with remote configuration via wireless link
•
Web-based system management, RF signal strength,
Bit Error Rate, connection monitoring and statistics
•
PPP Protocol access to diagnostics
•
Firmware upgrade via radio or Ethernet port
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Antennas
Antennas
Antennas should be selected considering the desired transmit distance, line-of-sight, RF cable length, and height of transmission. Each of these parameters should be evaluated in selecting the right antenna for your application. For more information, please visit crouse-hinds.com/WirelessIO/. Cooper Crouse-Hinds Sales Representatives can also help you select
the right antenna using a diagnostic tool embedded in the Demonstration Kit transceiver modules.
900 MHz Dipole Antenna (CFD890EL)
•
Omni-directional and designed for flexible mounting
on a variety of explosionproof housings (with
a 3⁄4” NPT pipe thread)
•
Mounting base is made of heavy, nickelplated brass with an integrated TNC (female)
coaxial connector for ease of installation with
a (catalog number: A53649A) cable
•
2.15dB gain
•
Used in applications where signal strength is
important in all directions from the antenna
•
A ground independent half wave dipole suitable for 900 MHz products
•
15’ ( 5 m) of RG58 coaxial cable already terminated with a crimped SMA male connector
•
The radome is optimized for rugged industrial
applications, while maintaining maximum
radio frequency transmission and reception efficiency
•
Includes a 304 stainless steel standard pole
bracket and clamps
•
May be mounted up to 18” away from the enclosure
within a hazardous location without an additional seal
900 MHz Collinear Antenna (SG900EL)
900 MHz Whip Antenna (DG900 1)
•
5dB gain
•
-2dB gain
•
A short RG58 coaxial tail is terminated with a
crimped N-Type female connector; the CC3
SMA, CC10 SMA, and CC20 SMA coaxial extender kits are also suitable for use with this antenna
•
Fitted with approximately 17’ (5 m) coaxial cable with
SMA male connector; further coaxial extensions are
not recommended
•
Designed for short range
use only (2 miles maximum)
•
Mounted from the base
through a 3⁄8” (10 mm) hole
or with a bracket (ordered
separately - catalog number: ANT BR COL KIT)
•
Includes a 304 stainless steel standard pole
bracket and clamps
900 MHz Collinear Antenna (SG900 6)
•
8dB gain
•
A short RG58 coaxial tail is terminated with a
crimped N-Type female connector; the CC3 SMA,
CC10 SMA, and CC20 SMA coaxial extender kits
are also suitable for use with this antenna
•
•
•
-2dB gain
Mounted at the base tube by a U-bracket (ordered separately - catalog number: ANT BR
COL KIT)
•
Made for use with the D2 W DEMO 900
Demonstration Kit
•
Measures only 3.5” (90 mm) in length
Used when maximum range is required or as a
base station antenna
•
Designed for internal use only; may be
connected directly to Cooper CrouseHinds modules
•
Fitted with a SMA male connector
900 MHz Division 1 Antenna (D1 NW ANT 1 900)
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900 MHz Whip Antenna (WH900 SMA)
•
2dB gain
•
Designed for use in hazardous/classified and industrial
applications
900 MHz 6 Element Yagi Antenna (YU6 900)
•
•
10dB gain
•
Focuses power in a forward direction for longer
range applications
•
Higher gain antennas direct power into a tighter beam
2.4 GHz Collinear Antenna (MD2400EL)
•
Requires a single mounting bracket (ordered separately - catalog number: ANT BR YAG KIT)
•
1dB gain (including cable)
•
•
A standard female N-Type connection from a 6” (150
mm) tail provides a simple connection method when
using the CC3 SMA, CC10 SMA, or CC20 SMA extender cable
Approximately 15’ (5 m) of low loss RG58
coaxial cable is terminated with a male SMA
connector
•
Includes a 304 stainless steel standard pole
bracket and clamps
•
The narrow beam width and high front-to-back ratio is
effective in reducing the effects of interference and
counteracting losses in long coaxial runs
900 MHz 16 Element Yagi Antenna (YU16 900)
2.4 GHz 18 Element Yagi Antenna (Y2400 18EL)
•
18dB gain
•
Suitable for use with the
CC3 SMA, CC10 SMA, and CC20 SMA coaxial extenders
•
15dB gain
•
Suitable for use when extended coaxial cable runs are
encountered with 9dB loss or greater
•
A standard female N-Type connection from a 150 mm
tail provides a simple connection method
•
Equivalent to the YU6 900, but has additional director
elements which provide additional gain
•
Includes mounting brackets
•
A standard female N-Type connection from a 6” (150
mm) tail provides a simple connection method when
using the CC3 SMA, CC10 SMA, or CC20 SMA extender cable
2.4 GHz Collinear Antenna (Z2400EL)
•
10dB gain
•
An N-Type female connector is built into the
stainless steel mount tube
•
Mounting brackets (ordered separately catalog number: ANT BR COL KIT) are ideal
for mounting to a mast up to 50 mm in diameter
2.4 GHz Whip Antenna (WH2400 SMA)
•
0dB gain
•
Made for use with the D2 W MDME 2400
Wireless Ethernet Modem
•
Measures only 3.5” (90 mm) in length
•
Fitted with SMA male connector
2.4 GHz Collinear Antenna (SG2400EL)
•
5.1dB gain
•
A short RG58 coaxial tail is terminated with a
crimped N-Type female connector
•
Includes a 304 stainless steel standard pole
bracket
•
Designed for use with the CC10 SMA or custom
coaxial cable extender kits
ANTENNAS
At data link 2.4 GHz frequencies, it is important to
keep cable runs to the shortest length possible; where
a long run is unavoidable, a suitable low loss cable
should be used
2.4 GHz Division 1 Antenna (CTX 2400 TR)
•
2dB gain
•
Designed for use in hazardous/classified and industrial
applications
•
Omni-directional and designed for flexible
mounting on a variety of explosionproof
housings (with a 3⁄4” NPT pipe thread)
•
Mounting base is made of heavy, nickelplated brass with an integrated TNC (female)
coaxial connector for ease of installation with
a (catalog number: A10832A) cable
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Accessories
Brackets
Brackets are available to provide a solid support for any
antenna. Mounting brackets may be replaced if the antenna is dismantled for maintenance. The brackets are
suitable for pole sizes up to a maximum of 2” (50 mm) in
diameter.
Coaxial Cable (CC900TAIL)
•
A 24” (800 mm) RG58 coaxial
lead; tail is terminated with a
SMA (male) connector for module connection and a flanged NType (female) bulkhead
connector
Yagi Antenna Brackets (ANT BR YAG KIT)
•
The Yagi antenna requires a single
mounting bracket
•
Bracket assembly consists of 1 x UBolt, 1 x D-plate with nuts and
washers
•
Brackets are zinc plated mild steel
Coaxial Extension Cable (CC Series)
•
Lengths: CC3 SMA - 10’ (3 m);
CC10 SMA - 33’ (10 m);
CC20 SMA - 66’ (20 m)
•
Cables are terminated and ready for
use with a SMA male and N-Type
male connector; the SMA connector
is provided for direct module connection, and the NType connects directly to the antenna tail lead
Collinear Antenna Brackets (ANT BR COL KIT)
•
The collinear antenna requires two mounting brackets
to hold the antenna in position
•
Bracket assembly consists of 1 x U-Bolt, 3 x D-plates
with nuts and washers
•
Brackets are zinc plated mild steel
Coaxial Cable (A53649A)
•
Length: 2’
•
Ideally suited for connecting any radio or modem to
the 900 MHz Division 1 antenna (D1 NW ANT 1 900)
•
Fitted with a TNC male and a SMA male connector
Cables
Cables are available for use between any Cooper CrouseHinds radio and its antenna, or between a PC and radio for
configuration and diagnostics.
Coaxial Cable (A10832A)
•
Length: 2’
•
Ideally suited for connecting any radio or modem to
the 2.4 GHz Division 1 antenna (CTX 2400 TR)
•
Fitted with a RPTNC male and a SMA male connector
Serial Cable (CBLSER DB9)
•
•
A RS232 serial cable used for all
Cooper Crouse-Hinds telemetry
products, allowing connection to
a computer or laptop’s RS232
port for diagnostic and configuration purposes
Fitted with a molded DB9 male
and DB9 female straight-through
connector
Serial Cable (CBLSER RJ45)
•
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Equivalent to the CBLSER DB9,
but is fitted with a molded RJ45
male (Ethernet connector) and a
DB9 female connector for use with
D2 W LT and D2 W LR radios
Straight-through Configuration Cable
(CBLETH C5A)
•
Used to connect to and communicate with Cooper
Crouse-Hinds Wireless Ethernet Modems using a PC
or via a network router, switch, or hub
•
Length: 2 m
•
Fitted with two RJ45 male connectors
Crossover Configuration Cable
(CBLETH C5X)
•
Used to connect to and communicate with the D2 W
GET1 900 Ethernet gateway using a PC or via a network router, switch, or hub
•
Length: 2 m
•
Fitted with two RJ45 male connectors
I/O Signal Surge Diverter (IOP32 Series)
Power supplies are available for any radio, and come either standard or DIN rail mounted.
•
Redirects electrical surges
safely to ground, and then
resets automatically
Power Supply (PS 110 20)
•
Cost-effective surge protection solution which uses
minimal space
•
Designed for use with Cooper
Crouse-Hinds telemetry modules
•
110 Volt AC pack that mounts
directly into a wall-mounted
power outlet
Antenna Surge Diverter (CSD 900)
•
Installed between the antenna and
any Cooper Crouse-Hinds wireless
device to reduce lightning surge voltages from entering the radio module
•
Fitted with a male SMA connector
and a female SMA connector
DIN Rail Mounted Power Supply (PS DR Series)
•
Designed for use with Cooper
Crouse-Hinds telemetry modules
•
Single power output
•
Universal AC input / full range
(110/240VAC)
•
Can be mounted on TS-35/7.5 or 15 DIN rail
ACCESSORIES
Power Supplies
Surge Devices
These components are ideally suited for protecting panelmounted equipment, and are typically used in the controls
section of a motor control center (MCC).
15 Amp Surge / Filter Device (MA15 Series)
•
AC/DC mains power surge
protector, filter, and ring suppressor
•
Absorbs transient surges
that may otherwise damage
equipment
•
Filters noise in the system
•
Prevents surges, causing the
filter to “ring” (oscillate) under low load conditions
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Battery Pack
Battery Pack
D2 NW BAT 2
Dimensions
The D2 NW BAT 2 is a battery
pack for the D2 W SIO wireless
device. The battery pack is used
in applications where power lines
are either not installed or not allowed.
Applications
150 mm 166 mm
(5.1”)
(6.5”)
•
Used to power D2 W SIO
units atop of water tanks for
monitoring fluid level
•
Used to power D2 W SIO
units to monitor pipeline cathodes
Features
•
9V, 6 AA alkaline batteries
•
Housed in a weatherproof (IP66) enclosure
38 mm
(1.5”)
64 mm
(2.5”)
Specifications
•
Class I, Division 2
•
Expected Life: up to 1 year, depending on usage and
power settings (D2 W SIO will indicate low battery status)
Ordering Information
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Catalog Number
Description
D2 NW BAT 2
Battery Pack for D2 W SIO
CABLES
POWER
SUPPLY
SURGE
PROTECTION
Catalog Number
Description
Gain (dBd)
Connector
CFD890EL
Dipole Antenna with 15’ RG58 Coax Cable
2.15
SMA (male)
SG900EL
Collinear Antenna with 1 1⁄4” Pole Bracket
5
N-Type (female)
SG900 6
Collinear Antenna
8
N-Type (female)
D1 NW ANT 1 900
Division 1 Antenna with RG58 Coaxial Lead
2
TNC (female)
DG900 1
Whip Antenna with 15’ RG8 Coax Cable
-2
SMA (male)
⁄4 Wave Whip Antenna
-2
SMA (male)
YU6 900
Yagi Antenna, 6 Element
10
N-Type (female)
YU16 900
Yagi Antenna, 16 Element
15
N-Type (female)
WH2400 SMA
2.4 GHz Demo Whip Antenna
0
SMA (male)
SG2400EL
2.4 GHz Collinear Antenna
5.1
N-Type (female)
MD2400EL
2.4 GHz Dipole Antenna 5M RG58
1
SMA (male)
Y2400 18EL
2.4 GHz Yagi Antenna
18
N-Type (female)
Z2400EL
2.4 GHz Antenna
10
N-Type (female)
CTX 2400 TR
2.4 GHz Division 1 Antenna
2
RPTNC (female)
ANT BR YAG KIT
Yagi U-Bolt Bracket
-
-
ANT BR COL KIT
Collinear U-Bolt Bracket
-
-
CBLSER DB9
PC Serial Cable
-
DB9 (male); DB9 (female)
CBLSER RJ45
PC Serial Cable
-
DB9 (female); RJ45 (male)
CC900TAIL
RG58 Coaxial Lead - 24” (0.8 m) long
-0.8 (900 MHz); -1.2 (2.4 GHz)
SMA (male); N-Type (female)
CC3 SMA
RG58 Coaxial Extender Kit - 10’ (3m) long
-1 (900 MHz); -2 (2.4 GHz)
SMA (male); N-Type (male)
CC10 SMA
RG58 Coaxial Extender Kit - 33’ (10 m) long
-3.2 (900 MHz); -5.9 (2.4 GHz)
SMA (male); N-Type (male)
CC20 SMA
RG58 Coaxial Extender Kit - 66’ (20 m) long
-6.2 (900 MHz); -11.4 (2.4 GHz)
SMA (male); N-Type (male)
A 53649A
RG58 Coaxial Cable - 24” long
-1.1
TNC (male); SMA (male)
A10832A
RG58 Coaxial Cable - 24” long
-1.3
RPTNC (male); SMA (male)
CBLETH C5A
Ethernet Cable - Direct
-
RJ45 (male); RJ45 (male)
CBLETH C5X
Ethernet Cable - Crossover
-
RJ45 (male); RJ45 (male)
PS 110 20
20VDC Power Supply
-
-
PS DR3012
DIN Rail 12 VDC Power Supply
-
-
PS DR3024
DIN Rail 24 VDC Power Supply
-
-
D2 NW BAT 2
Battery Pack
-
-
MA15 D 1 SI
110VAC Single Phase Power Surge Protector
-
-
MA15 D 2 SI
240VAC Single Phase Power Surge Protector
-
-
IOP32
Single Channel, 24VDC I/O Signal Surge Diverter
-
-
IOP32D
Dual Channel, 24VDC I/O Signal Surge Diverter
-
-
CSD 900
900MHz Coax Surge Diverter
-0.2
SMA (male); SMA (female)
WH900 SMA
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ACCESSORIES
ANTENNAS & BRACKETS
Accessory Ordering Information
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Enclosures - Divisions 1 & 2
For wet, corrosive, hazardous (classified) areas or other industrial locations, we recommend that Cooper Crouse-Hinds radios and components
be mounted in the following suitable enclosures. Additional sizes and accessories are available. See the Cooper Crouse-Hinds Product Catalog, www.crouse-hinds.com, or your local Cooper Crouse-Hinds Sales Representative for more information.
EJB
EJBs are used to house Cooper Crouse-Hinds radios, terminal blocks, and other electrical devices in indoor or outdoor areas which are wet and hazardous due to
combustible gases and dust.
Certifications and Compliances
•
Class I, Division 1, Groups C, D*
•
Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C, D*
•
NEMA 3, 4, 7B Div. 2, 7CD, 12
•
Explosionproof, watertight
Dimensions
10.50
Design Features
•
Special neoprene cover gasket provides a watertight
seal to meet NEMA 4 requirements, and provides superior protection for enclosed equipment against
water corrosion
•
Steel cover bolts
•
External flange design - wide unobstructed cover
opening provides a completely accessible interior for
wiring and electrical equipment
•
1 HOLE "A"
1/2" CONDUIT
B
6.19
3 HOLES "B"
3/4" CONDUIT
10.77
4.00
16.51
12.05
Furnished with a mounting plate, DIN rail, tapped and
plugged conduit entries, and tapped and plugged
drain and antenna entries
*All conduit entries must be sealed per installation instructions. Mounting
instructions and provisions provided.
6.05
Note: AC/DC power supply will not fit in this enclosure with certain radios. Please consult factory for larger enclosure options.
6.19
A
B
B
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
EJB120604 MP SA RF KIT**
EJB Enclosure Assembly
(Recommended for use with G, MIO, MDME)
**EJB120604 MP SA RF KIT assembly includes the following:
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•
(1) EJB120604 MP SA (Explosionproof Junction Box drilled and
tapped per above drawing)
•
(1) MTG PLATE 1299003 (Mounting Plate)
•
(1) PLG1 SA (1⁄2” Plug)
•
(3) PLG2 SA (3⁄4” Plug)
•
(1) 1298201 (4” DIN Rail)
GUB
ENCLOSURES
GUBs are used in applications similar to the EJB Series,
but offer a glass window for quick visual inspection of internal devices which are protected in harsh and wet environments.
Certifications and Compliances
•
Class I, Divisions 1 & 2, Group D†
•
NEMA 3, 7D, 12
•
Explosionproof, raintight
Dimensions
Design Features
Domed cover or glass window cover can be selected:
•
Glass window cover offers visibility of LED lights used
for diagnostics
•
Furnished with a mounting plate, DIN rail, tapped and
plugged conduit entries, and tapped and plugged
drain and antenna entries
10.50
9.50
7.75
6.91
†All conduit entries must be sealed per installation instructions. Mounting instructions and provisions provided.
8.88
Note: A larger GUB kit is available (catalog number: GUB319 MP SA
RF KIT) to house radios and additional components.
4.28
7.23
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
GUB06 SA RF KIT††
GUB Enclosure Assembly
(Recommended for use with LT, LR, MDME)
††GUB06 SA RF KIT assembly includes the following:
•
(1) GUB06 (Explosionproof Junction Box)
•
(1) GUB0108 (Glass Window Cover)
•
(1) PLG1 SA (1⁄2” Plug)
•
(3) PLG2 SA (3⁄4” Plug)
•
(1) 1298201 (4” DIN Rail)
Note: Mounting plate not required.
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Non-metallic Enclosures - Division 2
Cooper Crouse-Hinds fiberglass enclosures are lightweight and well suited for harsh, wet, and Class I, Division 2 environments. For additional
sizes and accessories, see your local Cooper Crouse-Hinds Sales Representative for more information.
FJDS
The FJDS Series is a cost-effective solution for housing
Cooper Crouse-Hinds radios in environmentally harsh conditions.
Certifications and Compliances
•
Class I, Division 2
•
NEMA 1, 3, 3R, 4, 4X, 6P, 7 Division 2, 12
•
Watertight, raintight, dust-tight, corrosion resistant
Design Features
•
Lift off cover design
•
Surface flat stainless steel screw
•
Integral mounting flange
•
Soft, rounded edges
•
Overhang cover
•
Stainless steel beaded cover retention chain
•
Provided with a mounting plate and DIN rail for easy
mounting of Cooper Crouse-Hinds radio components
Dimensions
7.65
9.66
11.63
6.00
9.39
#10" S.S.
BEAD CHAIN
5.08
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
FJDS100804 MP FG RF KIT*
Lift Cover Enclosure Kit
(Recommended for use with G, MIO, SIO, MDME, BAT)
*FJDS100804 MP FG RF KIT assembly includes the following:
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•
(1) FJDS100804 (Enclosure Box)
•
(1) 1299013 (Mounting Plate)
•
(1) 1298628 (6” DIN Rail)
FXDJ
ENCLOSURES
The FXDJ Series provides easy access to Cooper CrouseHinds wireless devices, and will keep all electrical components free from rain and dust.
Certifications and Compliances
•
Class I, Division 2
•
NEMA 1, 3, 4X, 7 Division 2, 12
•
Watertight, raintight, dust-tight, corrosion resistant
Design Features
•
Latched cover allows for quick entry (can also be
locked)
•
Latch lies flat on side of enclosure
•
Can be lifted and turned with ease
•
Full 180º door opening
•
Provided with a mounting plate and DIN rail for easy
mounting of Cooper Crouse-Hinds radio components
Dimensions
7.97
9.95
10.86
11.63
6.00
9.58
PADLOCKING
LL150 LATCH
8.09
Ordering Information
Catalog Number
Description
FXDJ100808 MP FG RF KIT**
Latched Cover Enclosure Kit
(Recommended for use with G, MIO, LT, LR, MDME)
**FXDJ100808 assembly includes the following:
•
(1) FXDJ100808 (Enclosure Box)
•
(1) 1299013 (Mounting Plate)
•
(1) 1298628 (6” DIN Rail)
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For more information:
If further assistance is required, please contact an authorized Cooper Crouse-Hinds Distributor,
Sales Office, or Customer Service Department.
U.S. (Global Headquarters):
Cooper Crouse-Hinds
Wolf & Seventh North Streets
Syracuse, NY 13221
(866) 764-5454
FAX: (315) 477-5179
FAX Orders Only: (866) 653-0640
wireless.support@cooperindustries.com
Canada:
Cooper Crouse-Hinds Canada
Toll Free: 800-265-0502
FAX: (800) 263-9504
FAX Orders only: (866) 653-0645
Mexico/Latin America/Caribbean:
Cooper Crouse-Hinds, S.A. de C.V.
52-555-804-4000
FAX: 52-555-804-4020
mxmercadotecnia@cooperindustries.com
Europe (Germany):
Cooper Crouse-Hinds GmbH
49 (0) 6271 806-500
49 (0) 6271 806-476
info-ex@ceag.de
Middle East (Dubai):
Cooper Crouse-Hinds LLC
971 4 4272500
FAX: 971 4 4298521
Singapore:
Cooper Crouse-Hinds Pte. Ltd.
65-6297-4849
FAX: 65-6297-4819
sales@cchspore.com.sg
China:
Cooper Crouse-Hinds Pte. Ltd.
86-21-2899-3600
FAX: 86-21-2899-4055
cchsales@cooperindustries.com
Korea:
Cooper Crouse-Hinds Korea
82-2-3484-6783
82-2-3484-6778
Australia:
Cooper Electrical Australia
61-2-8787-2777
FAX: 61-2-9609-2342
sales@cooperelectrical.com.au
India:
Cooper India Pvt. Ltd.
91-124-4683888
FAX: 91-124-4683899
cchindia@cooperindustries.com
www.crouse-hinds.com
Cooper Crouse-Hinds is a registered trademark of Cooper Industries, Inc.
©2008 Cooper Industries, Inc.
Your Authorized Cooper Crouse-Hinds Distributor is:
Cooper Industries, Ltd.
600 Travis, Ste. 5800
Houston, TX 77002-1001
P: 713-209-8400
www.cooperindustries.com
4931-0109
Printed in USA
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