Gateway for Wireless Q45 Sensors

Gateway for Wireless Q45 Sensors
Sure Cross® DX80 Gateway for Wireless
Q45 Sensors
Datasheet
Configurable DX80 Gateway that uses DIP switches to map inputs from up to six Nodes (or Wireless Q45 Sensors) to the
Gateway's outputs
The Sure Cross® wireless system is a radio frequency network with integrated I/O that
operates in most environments and eliminates the need for wiring runs. Systems are built
around a Gateway, which acts as the wireless network master device, and one or more
Wireless Q45 Sensors.
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DX80 Model
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DX80...C Model
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Wireless industrial I/O device with six discrete (sourcing) inputs and six discrete
(sourcing) outputs
DIP switches allow the user to select one of eight defined I/O mapping
configurations to automatically map the Nodes' inputs to this Gateway's outputs
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology and Time Division
Multiple Access (TDMA) control architecture ensure reliable data delivery within the
unlicensed Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) band
Transceivers provide bidirectional communication between the Gateway and Node,
including fully acknowledged data transmission
Site Survey analyzes the network’s signal strength and reliability and displays the
results on the Gateway's LCD
LCD shows I/O status, Site Survey results, and network status information
Lost RF links are detected and relevant outputs set to user-defined conditions
For additional information, updated documentation, and accessories, refer to Banner Engineering's website,
www.bannerengineering.com/surecross.
Frequency
Model
DX80G2M6-Q
2.4 GHz ISM Band
DX80G2M6-QC
Environmental Rating
I/O
IP67, NEMA 6
Inputs: Six sourcing discrete
Outputs: Six sourcing discrete
IP20, NEMA 1
WARNING: Not To Be Used for Personnel Protection
Never use this device as a sensing device for personnel protection. Doing so could lead to
serious injury or death. This device does not include the self-checking redundant circuitry necessary
to allow its use in personnel safety applications. A sensor failure or malfunction can cause either an
energized or de-energized sensor output condition.
Setting Up and Installing a Wireless Q45
To set up and install your Gateway and Wireless Q45, follow these steps.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Configure the Gateway and Wireless Q45 I/O Mapping
Wire the Gateway's I/O
Apply power to the Gateway
Bind the Wireless Q45 to the Gateway
Observe the LED behavior to verify the devices are communicating to each other
Conduct a Site Survey between the Gateway and the Wireless Q45
Install your devices
Configure the Gateway
Configure the DIP Switches
Before making any changes to the DIP switch positions, disconnect the power. DIP switch changes will not be recognized if
power isn't cycled to the device.
For parameters not set via DIP switches, use the User Configuration Tool (UCT) to make configuration changes. For
parameters set using the DIP switches, the DIP switch positions override any changes made using the User Configuration
Tool.
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Accessing the Internal DIP Switches
To access the internal DIP switches, follow these steps:
1. Unscrew the four screws that mount the cover to the bottom housing.
2. Remove the cover from the housing without damaging the ribbon cable or the pins the cable plugs into.
3. Gently unplug the ribbon cable from the board mounted into the bottom housing.
4. Remove the black cover plate from the bottom of the device's cover.
The DIP switches are located behind the rotary dials.
After making the necessary changes to the DIP switches, place the black cover plate back into
position and gently push into place. Plug the ribbon cable in after verifying that the blocked hole
lines up with the missing pin. Mount the cover back onto the housing.
DIP Switch Settings
At this time, DIP switch 1 is not used.
Modbus/UCT Configured or DIP Switch Configured
In Modbus/UCT Configured mode, the device parameters are changed using the User Configuration Tool (UCT) or a Modbus
command. All DIP switch positions are ignored. In DIP Switch Configured mode, use the DIP switches to configure the
parameters listed in the table. By default, this Gateway uses the DIP switches to configure the device.
DIP Switch
2
Modbus/UCT Configured or DIP Switch Configured
OFF *
ON
DIP switch configured
Modbus or UCT configured (DIP switches 3-8 are ignored)
Output State During a Radio Link Loss
The SureCross DX80 wireless devices use a deterministic radio link time-out method to address RF link interruption or
failure. When a radio link fails, all pertinent wired outputs are sent to defined states until the link is recovered, ensuring
that disruptions in the communications link result in predictable system behavior.
Select the state the outputs are changed to during a link loss.
DIP Switches
3
4
Output State During a Radio Link Loss
OFF *
OFF *
Off (discrete) or 0 mA (analog)
OFF
ON
On (discrete) or 20 mA (analog)
ON
OFF
Hold last stable state
ON
ON
Reserved
* Default configuration
Heartbeat
In heartbeat mode, the Nodes send "heartbeat" messages to the Gateway at specific intervals to indicate the radio link is
active. The heartbeat is always initiated by the Node and is used only to verify radio communications. In this network, the
Wireless Q45 Sensors act as Nodes.
DIP Switch
5
OFF *
ON
Heartbeat Settings
30 seconds (30 to 60 second link loss timeout)
5 seconds (5 to 10 second link loss timeout)
* Default configuration
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I/O and Link Loss Alarm Mapping - Wireless Q45 Sensors
The link loss alarm is set to zero (0) when the radio link is working and set to one (1) when the radio link is lost.
Six Wireless Q45 Sensors to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = OFF*
7 = OFF*
8 = OFF*
Six Q45 Wireless Sensors:
Q45 1 → Gateway OUT 1
Node 02
Node 04
Q45 2 → Gateway OUT 2; etc.
Node 01
Node 05
Gateway
Node 03
Node 06
* Default configuration. To use up to 47 Nodes or Wireless Q45 Sensors with this Gateway, you must use a Modbus host
controller system. For more information about using a host controller system, refer to the Host Configuration manual,
Banner document part number 132114.
Three Wireless Q45 Sensors to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = OFF
7 = OFF
8 = ON
Three Wireless Q45 Sensors and three link loss:
Q45 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Link loss alarm for Q45 1 → Gateway OUT 2
Q45 2 → Gateway OUT 3; Link loss alarm for Q45 2 → Gateway OUT 4
Node 02
Node 03
Q45 3 → Gateway OUT 5; Link loss alarm for Q45 3 → Gateway OUT 6
Node 01
Gateway
Three Wireless Q45 Sensors to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = OFF
7 = ON
8 = OFF
Three Wireless Q45 Sensors, two inputs each:
Q45 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Q45 1, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 2
Q45 2, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 3; Q45 2, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 4
Node 02
Node 03
Q45 3, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 5; Q45 3, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 6
Node 01
Gateway
Two Wireless Q45 Sensors to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = OFF
7 = ON
8 = ON
Two Wireless Q45 Sensors, two inputs each, with link loss:
Q45 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1
Q45 1, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 2
Node 02
Link loss alarm for Q45 1 → Gateway OUT 3
Q45 2, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 4
Q45 2, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 5
Node 01
Gateway
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Link loss alarm for Q45 2 → Gateway OUT 6
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I/O and Link Loss Mapping - Nodes and Gateways
One Node to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = ON
7 = OFF
8 = OFF
One SureCross DX80 Node with 6 inputs and 6 outputs:
Node 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Gateway IN 1 → Node 1, OUT 1
Node 1, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 2; Gateway IN 2 → Node 1, OUT 2
Node 01
Node 1, IN 3 → Gateway OUT 3; Gateway IN 3 → Node 1, OUT 3
Gateway
Node 1, IN 4 → Gateway OUT 4; Gateway IN 4 → Node 1, OUT 4
Node 1, IN 5 → Gateway OUT 5; Gateway IN 5 → Node 1, OUT 5
Node 1, IN 6 → Gateway OUT 6; Gateway IN 6 → Node 1, OUT 6
Two Nodes to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = ON
7 = OFF
8 = ON
Two SureCross DX80 Nodes, each with 3 inputs and 3 outputs
Node 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Gateway IN 1 → Node 1, OUT 1
Node 1, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 2; Gateway IN 2 → Node 1, OUT 2
Node 02
Node 1, IN 3 → Gateway OUT 3; Gateway IN 3 → Node 1, OUT 3
Node 2, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 4; Gateway IN 4 → Node 2, OUT 1
Node 2, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 5; Gateway IN 5 → Node 2, OUT 2
Node 01
Gateway
Node 2, IN 3 → Gateway OUT 6; Gateway IN 6 → Node 2, OUT 3
Three Nodes to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = ON
7 = ON
8 = OFF
Three SureCross DX80 Nodes, each with 2 inputs and 2 outputs
Node 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Gateway IN 1 → Node 1, OUT 1
Node 1, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 2; Gateway IN 2 → Node 1, OUT 2
Node 02
Node 03
Node 2, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 3; Gateway IN 3 → Node 2, OUT 1
Node 2, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 4; Gateway IN 4 → Node 2, OUT 2
Node 3, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 5; Gateway IN 5 → Node 3, OUT 1
Node 01
Gateway
Node 3, IN 2 → Gateway OUT 6; Gateway IN 6 → Node 3, OUT 2
Six Nodes to one Gateway
DIP Switches
6 = ON
7 = ON
8 = ON
Six SureCross DX80 Nodes, each with 1 input and 1 output
Node 1, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 1; Gateway IN 1 → Node 1, OUT 1
Node 2, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 2; Gateway IN 2 → Node 2, OUT 1
Node 02
Node 03
Node 3, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 3; Gateway IN 3 → Node 3, OUT 1
Node 4, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 4; Gateway IN 4 → Node 4, OUT 1
Node 5, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 5; Gateway IN 5 → Node 5, OUT 1
Node 6, IN 1 → Gateway OUT 6; Gateway IN 6 → Node 6, OUT 1
Node 01
Gateway
Node 04
Node 06
Node 05
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PWR
PWR
Wire the Gateway's I/O
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
V+
VV-
GND GND
DO6 DI6
DO5 DI5
Wire the
Gateway’s I/O
DO4 DI4
DO3 DI3
DO2 DI2
DO1 DI1
DIx. Discrete IN x
DOx. Discrete OUT x
GND. Ground/dc common connection
PWR. 10 to 30 V dc power connection
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
Tx/+
Rx/V+
RX/-. Serial communication line for the Gateway. No
connection for Nodes
TX/+. Serial communication line for the Gateway; no
connection for Nodes
V+. 10 to 30 V dc power connection
V–. Ground/dc common connection
Refer to the Class I Division 2/Zone 2 control drawings (p/n 143086) for wiring specifications or limitations.
Discrete Input Wiring for PNP Sensors
10-30V dc
Discrete Output Wiring (PNP)
PWR
PWR
10-30V dc
Discrete OUT
Discrete IN
Load
GND
dc common
Modbus Register Table for the Gateway with Switch-Based Mapping
I/O
Modbus Holding
Register
(Gateway)
1
1
I/O Type
I/O Range
Holding Register
Representation
Terminal Block
Labels
Min.
Max.
Min. (Dec.)
Max. (Dec.)
Discrete IN 1
0
1
0
1
DI1
2
2
Discrete IN 2
0
1
0
1
DI2
3
3
Discrete IN 3
0
1
0
1
DI3
4
4
Discrete IN 4
0
1
0
1
DI4
5
5
Discrete IN 5
0
1
0
1
DI5
6
6
Discrete IN 6
0
1
0
1
DI6
7
7
Reserved
8
8
Device Message
9
9
Discrete OUT 1
0
1
0
1
DO1
10
10
Discrete OUT 2
0
1
0
1
DO2
11
11
Discrete OUT 3
0
1
0
1
DO3
12
12
Discrete OUT 4
0
1
0
1
DO4
13
13
Discrete OUT 5
0
1
0
1
DO5
14
14
Discrete OUT 6
0
1
0
1
DO6
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I/O
Modbus Holding
Register
(Gateway)
I/O Type
I/O Range
Min.
15
15
Control Message
16
16
Reserved
Holding Register
Representation
Max.
Min. (Dec.)
Terminal Block
Labels
Max. (Dec.)
Discrete Bit-Packed Registers
Discrete bit-packed registers include the discrete status registers, discrete inputs, and discrete outputs.
Bit packing involves using a single register, or range of contiguous registers, to represent I/O values.
When networks use similar Nodes to gather data using the same I/O registers for each Node, discrete data from multiple
Nodes can be bit packed into a single register on the Gateway. The bit-packed data is arranged by I/O point starting at
Modbus register 6601. For example, Discrete IN 1 for all the Nodes in the network is stored in three contiguous 16-bit
registers.
The most efficient way to read (or write) discrete data from a SureCross® DX80 Gateway is by using these bit-packed
registers because users can read or write registers for all devices using one Modbus message. The following registers
contain discrete bit-packed I/O values for the Gateway and all Nodes. Values are stored first for the Gateway, then for
each Node in order of Node address.
Bit-Packed Device Status R egisters
Bit Position
Register Address
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
6601
Node 15
Node 14
Node 13
Node 12
Node 11
Node 10
Node 9
Node 8
Node 7
Node 6
Node 5
5
Node 4
4
Node 3
3
Node 2
2
Node 1
1
Gateway
0
6602
Node 31
Node 30
Node 29
Node 28
Node 27
Node 26
Node 25
Node 24
Node 23
Node 22
Node 21
Node 20
Node 19
Node 18
Node 17
Node 16
6603
Node 47
Node 46
Node 45
Node 44
Node 43
Node 42
Node 41
Node 40
Node 39
Node 38
Node 37
Node 36
Node 35
Node 34
Node 33
Node 32
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
6611
Node 15
Node 14
Node 13
Node 12
Node 11
Node 10
Node 9
Node 8
Node 7
Node 6
Node 5
Node 4
Node 3
Node 2
Node 1
Gateway
6612
Node 31
Node 30
Node 29
Node 28
Node 27
Node 26
Node 25
Node 24
Node 23
Node 22
Node 21
Node 20
Node 19
Node 18
Node 17
Node 16
6613
Node 47
Node 46
Node 45
Node 44
Node 43
Node 42
Node 41
Node 40
Node 39
Node 38
Node 37
Node 36
Node 35
Node 34
Node 33
Node 32
Bit-Packed Discrete Input 1
Bit Position
Register Address
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit-Packed Discrete Output 1
Bit Position
Register Address
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
6691
Node 15
Node 14
Node 13
Node 12
Node 11
Node 10
Node 9
Node 8
Node 7
Node 6
Node 5
5
Node 4
4
Node 3
Node 2
Node 1
Gateway
6692
Node 31
Node 30
Node 29
Node 28
Node 27
Node 26
Node 25
Node 24
Node 23
Node 22
Node 21
Node 20
Node 19
Node 18
Node 17
Node 16
6693
Node 47
Node 46
Node 45
Node 44
Node 43
Node 42
Node 41
Node 40
Node 39
Node 38
Node 37
Node 36
Node 35
Node 34
Node 33
Node 32
Inputs
3
2
1
0
Outputs
Modbus Register
Address (Decimal)
Description (Inputs)
Modbus Register
Address (Decimal)
Description (Outputs)
6601-6603
Status for all devices
6611-6613
6621-6623
Input 1 from all devices
6691–6693
Output 1 from all devices
Input 2 from all devices
6701–6703
Output 2 from all devices
6631-6633
Input 3 from all devices
6711–6713
Output 3 from all devices
6641-6643
Input 4 from all devices
6721–6723
Output 4 from all devices
6651-6653
Input 5 from all devices
6731–6733
Output 5 from all devices
6661-6663
Input 6 from all devices
6741–6743
Output 6 from all devices
6671-6673
Input 7 from all devices
6751–6753
Output 7 from all devices
6681-6683
Input 8 from all devices
Status registers (6601-6603) contain a bit-packed representation defining the devices that are operational in the
wireless system.
A one (1) written to the Discrete Status Register area indicates the device is active within the wireless system. A zero (0)
indicates the device is not active within the wireless network.
Input registers from all devices use Modbus registers 6611 through 6683 to organize the least significant bit into a
sequential array of registers. The first register contains the least significant bit from the input values for the Gateway
through Node 15. The second register contains the input values for Node 16 through Node 31, and the third register
contains the input values for Nodes 32 through 47.
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For discrete inputs, only the least significant bit is used. For analog inputs, the least significant bit indicates if the analog
value is above or below the selected threshold value (when using the threshold parameter). For example, a least
significant bit of one (1) indicates the analog value is above the selected threshold value. A least significant bit of zero (0)
indicates the analog value is below the threshold value.
Output registers from all devices use Modbus registers 6691 through 6753 to organize the least significant bit into a
sequential array of registers. Output 8 (I/O point 16) cannot be written using the discrete format.
Apply Power to the Gateway
5-pin M12/Euro-style Wiring for Gateways and DX85s
Wiring the 5-pin Euro-style connector depends on the model and power requirements of the device. Connecting dc power
to the communication pins will cause permanent damage.
5-pin M12/Euro-style Male Connector
1
2
4
5
3
Pin
Wire Color
Description
1
Brown
10 to 30 V dc
2
White
RS485 / D1 / B / +
3
Blue
dc common (GND)
4
Black
RS485 / D0 / A / –
5
Gray
Comms Gnd
DX80...C Wiring
Wiring power to the DX80...C models varies depending the power requirements of the model. Connecting dc power to the
communication pins (Tx/Rx) causes permanent damage. For FlexPower devices, do not apply more than 5.5 V to the B+
terminal.
Terminal Label
V+
Gateway and DX85
10 to 30 V dc Powered Nodes
10 to 30 V dc
10 to 30 V dc
Tx/+
RS485 / D1 / B / +
V–
dc common (GND)
Rx/–
RS485 / D0 / A / -
dc common (GND)
B+
Battery Powered Nodes
dc common (GND)
3.6 to 5.5 V dc
Bind the Q45s to the Gateway and Assign the Node Address
Before beginning the binding procedure, apply power to all the devices.
1. Enter binding mode on the Gateway.
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For single-button models, triple-click the button.
For two-button models, triple-click button 2.
On the board modules, the green and red LED flashes. On the housed Gateway models, both LEDs flash red.
2. Assign the Q45 a Node address using the Gateway's rotary dials. Use the left rotary dial for the left digit and the right
rotary dial for the right digit. For example, to assign your Q45 to Node 01, set the left dial to 0 and the right dial to 1.
Valid Node addresses are 01 through 47.
3. Loosen the clamp plate on the top of the Wireless Q45 Sensor and lift the cover.
4. Enter binding mode on the Wireless Q45 Sensor by triple-clicking the button. For the opposed mode sensor, the button
is on the receiver.
The red and green LEDs flash alternately and the sensor searches for a Gateway in binding mode. After the Q45 is
bound, the LEDs stay solid momentarily, then they flash together four times. The Q45 exits binding mode.
5. Label the sensor with the Q45's Node address number and place the sticker on the Wireless Q45 Sensor.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for as many Wireless Q45 Sensors as are needed for your network.
7. After binding all Wireless Q45 Sensors, exit binding mode on the Gateway.
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For single-button models, double-click the button.
For two-button models, double-click button 2.
For Gateways with LCDs, after binding your Wireless Q45 Sensors to the Gateway, make note of the binding code
displayed under the Gateway's *DVCFG menu, XADR submenu on the LCD. Knowing the binding code prevents having to
re-bind all Q45s if your Gateway is ever replaced.
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Verify Communication Between the Gateway and the Wireless Q45 Sensors
After powering up and binding the Wireless Q45 Sensors to the Gateway, verify all devices are communicating properly.
Verify the Gateway's LED 1 is green. Until communication is established with the Gateway, the Q45's red LED flashes. After
communication is established, the Q45's green LED flashes.
When testing the Gateway and Wireless Q45 Sensors, verify all radios are at least two meters apart or the communications
may fail.
Conducting a Site Survey (Gateway and Nodes)
A Site Survey, also known as a Radio Signal Strength Indication (RSSI), analyzes the radio communications link between
the Gateway and any Node within the network by analyzing the radio signal strength of received data packets and
reporting the number of missed packets that required a retry.
Perform a Site Survey before permanently installing the radio network to ensure reliable communication. Activate Site
Survey mode from either the Gateway buttons or the Gateway Modbus holding register 15. Only the Gateway can initiate a
Site Survey, and the Site Survey analyzes the radio communications link with one Node at a time.
Conducting a Site Survey Using the Menu System
Initiate a Site Survey using the Gateway’s buttons and menu system.
1. Remove the rotary dial access cover.
2. To check the status of Node 1, change the Gateway’s right rotary dial to 1.
The Gateway is now enabled to read the status of Node 1; the display scrolls through the Node’s I/O status.
3. Single-click button 1 to scroll across the menu levels until reaching the Site Survey (SITE) menu.
4. Single-click button 2 to enter the Site Survey menu.
5. Single-click button 2 to begin conducting a Site Survey with the Node selected in step 2.
The Gateway analyzes the quality of the signal from the selected Node by counting the number of data packets it
receives from the Node.
6. Examine reception readings (M, R, Y, G) of the Gateway at various locations.
Site survey results display as a percentage. M represents the percent of missed packets while R, Y, and G represent the
percent of received packets at a given signal strength.
M = Percent of missed packets; R = RED marginal signal; Y = YELLOW good signal; G = GREEN excellent signal.
Record the results if you need troubleshooting assistance from the factory.
7. Change the Gateway's right rotary dial to conduct a Site Survey with another Node and repeat steps 2 through 6.
8. To end the Site Survey, double-click button 2.
9. Change the Gateway's right rotary dial back to 0.
The LCD displays the device readings for the Gateway.
10. Double-click button 2 to move back to the top level menu.
11. Single-click button 1 to return to RUN mode.
12. Install the rotary dial access cover, referring to the Installation section of the manual to create an IP67 seal.
Interpreting the Site Survey Results
Site Survey results are listed as a percentage of data packets received and indicate the signal strength of the received
signal.
Result
Description
Green
Packets received at a strong signal strength. A strong signal strength is
greater than −90 dBm at the receiver.
Yellow
Packets received at a good signal strength. A good signal is between
−90 and −100 dBm at the receiver.
Red
Packets received at a weak signal strength. A weak signal is less than
−100 dBm at the receiver.
Missed
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Packets not received on the first transmission and requiring a retry.
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Judging if the reliability of a network’s signal meets the needs of the application is not just a matter of green, yellow, and
red packets received. In normal operating mode, when data packets are not received, the transmitter re-sends the packet
until all data is received.
For slow monitoring applications such as a tank farm, where data is required in terms of seconds or minutes, receiving
most of the data in the ‘red’ range, indicating a weak but reliable signal, transmits enough data for accurate monitoring.
Nodes positioned near the outside range of the radio signal may have 90% of the data packets received in the red zone,
again indicating a weak, but reliable signal.
We recommend keeping the missed packets average to less than 40%. When the network misses more than 40% of the
data packets, the signal is usually too unreliable or obstacles may be interfering with the signal. When Site Survey reports
the missed packets are 40% or higher, improve the radio system performance by:
• Mounting the network’s antennas higher,
• Using higher gain antennas, or
• Adding data radios to the network.
Mounting the devices’ antennas higher allows the radio signal to clear obstacles in the area and improves the line of sight
between SureCross® devices. Higher gain antennas focus the energy of the radio signal in a specific direction and extend
the signal’s range. Using data radios is another option to consider when trying to extend the range of a radio network. For
more information on data radios, please refer to Banner’s white paper on range extension on
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Specifications
Supply Voltage2
10 to 30 V dc (Outside the USA: 12 to 24 V dc, ±10%).
Consumption: Less than 1.4 W (60 mA) at 24 V dc
Radio Range
2.4 GHz, 65 mW: Up to 3.2 km (2 miles)1
Minimum Separation Distance
2.4 GHz, 65 mW: 0.3 m (1 ft)
Transmit Power
2.4 GHz, 65 mW: 18 dBm (65 mW) conducted, less than or equal to 20
dBm (100 mW) EIRP
2.4 GHz Compliance
FCC ID UE300DX80-2400 - This device complies with FCC Part 15,
Subpart C, 15.247
ETSI EN 300 328 V1.8.1 (2012-06)
IC: 7044A-DX8024
Housing
Polycarbonate housing and rotary dial cover; polyester labels; EDPM
rubber cover gasket; nitrile rubber, non-sulphur cured button covers
Weight: 0.26 kg (0.57 lbs)
Mounting: #10 or M5 (SS M5 hardware included)
Max. Tightening Torque: 0.56 N·m (5 lbf·in)
Antenna Connection
Ext. Reverse Polarity SMA, 50 Ohms
Max Tightening Torque: 0.45 N·m (4 lbf·in)
Interface
Indicators: Red/Green Power LED, Red/Yellow Signal LED
Spread Spectrum Technology
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Wiring Access
Two 1/2-inch NPT
Discrete Outputs
Update Rate: 125 milliseconds
ON Condition: Supply minus 2 V
OFF Condition: Less than 2 V
Output State Following Timeout: OFF
Discrete Inputs
Rating: 3 mA max current at 30 V dc
Sample Rate: 62.5 milliseconds
Report Rate: On change of state
ON Condition (PNP): Greater than 8 V
OFF Condition (PNP): Less than 5 V
Discrete Output Rating (PNP)
100 mA max current at 30 V dc
ON-State Saturation: Less than 3 V at 100 mA
OFF-state Leakage: Less than 10 μA
Communication Hardware (RS-485)
Interface: 2-wire half-duplex RS-485
Baud rates: 9.6k, 19.2k (default), or 38.4k
Data format: 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
Certifications
Communication Protocol
Modbus RTU
CSA: Class I Division 2 Groups ABCD, Class I Zone 2 AEx/Ex nA II T4
— Certificate: 1921239
Environmental Rating
IEC IP67; NEMA 6
Operating Conditions3
–40 °C to +85 °C (–40 °F to +185 °F)
95% maximum relative humidity (non-condensing)
Radiated Immunity: 10 V/m (EN 61000-4-3)
Shock and Vibration
IEC 68-2-6 and IEC 68-2-27
Shock: 30g, 11 millisecond half sine wave, 18 shocks
Vibration: 0.5 mm p-p, 10 to 60 Hz
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc (Group IIC Zone 2) — Certificate LCIE
10 ATEX 1012 X
Refer to the Class I Division 2/Zone 2 control drawings (p/n 143086)
for wiring specifications or limitations. All battery-powered devices
must only use the lithium battery manufactured by Xeno, model
XL-205F.
1 Radio range is with the 2 dB antenna that ships with the product. High-gain antennas are available, but the range depends on the environment and line of
sight. Always verify your wireless network's range by performing a Site Survey.
2 For European applications, power this device from a Limited Power Source as defined in EN 60950-1.
3 Operating the devices at the maximum operating conditions for extended periods can shorten the life of the device.
P/N 161862 Rev. D
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Sure Cross® DX80 Gateway for Wireless Q45 Sensors
Warnings
Install and properly ground a qualified surge suppressor when installing a remote antenna system. Remote antenna configurations installed without surge
suppressors invalidate the manufacturer's warranty. Keep the ground wire as short as possible and make all ground connections to a single-point ground system to ensure no
ground loops are created. No surge suppressor can absorb all lightning strikes; do not touch the Sure Cross® device or any equipment connected to the Sure Cross device
during a thunderstorm.
Exporting Sure Cross® Radios. It is our intent to fully comply with all national and regional regulations regarding radio frequency emissions. Customers who want to
re-export this product to a country other than that to which it was sold must ensure the device is approved in the destination country. A list of approved
countries appears in the Radio Certifications section of the product manual. The Sure Cross wireless products were certified for use in these countries using the antenna that
ships with the product. When using other antennas, verify you are not exceeding the transmit power levels allowed by local governing agencies. Consult with Banner
Engineering Corp. if the destination country is not on this list.
Any misuse, abuse, or improper application or installation of this product or use of the product for personal protection applications when the product is identified as not
intended for such purposes will void the product warranty. Any modifications to this product without prior express approval by Banner Engineering Corp will void the product
warranties. All specifications published in this document are subject to change; Banner reserves the right to modify product specifications or update documentation at any
time. For the most recent version of any documentation, refer to: www.bannerengineering.com. © Banner Engineering Corp. All rights reserved.
Banner Engineering Corp. Limited Warranty
Banner Engineering Corp. warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year following the date of shipment. Banner Engineering Corp.
will repair or replace, free of charge, any product of its manufacture which, at the time it is returned to the factory, is found to have been defective during the warranty
period. This warranty does not cover damage or liability for misuse, abuse, or the improper application or installation of the Banner product.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), AND WHETHER ARISING UNDER COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, COURSE
OF DEALING OR TRADE USAGE.
This Warranty is exclusive and limited to repair or, at the discretion of Banner Engineering Corp., replacement. IN NO EVENT SHALL BANNER ENGINEERING CORP. BE
LIABLE TO BUYER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FOR ANY EXTRA COSTS, EXPENSES, LOSSES, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR ANY INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY PRODUCT DEFECT OR FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, WHETHER
ARISING IN CONTRACT OR WARRANTY, STATUTE, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHERWISE.
Banner Engineering Corp. reserves the right to change, modify or improve the design of the product without assuming any obligations or liabilities relating to any product
previously manufactured by Banner Engineering Corp.
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