SureCross DX70 Product Manual

SureCross™ DX70 Wireless Products
Configured Discrete and Analog I/O
Features
The SureCross™ DX70 wireless series consists of a radio frequency network system
built around two devices and configured I/O.
• Wireless industrial I/O system with discrete (sourcing or sinking) inputs and
outputs, analog inputs and outputs, and link loss output*
• +10 to 30V dc power input
• Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology and Time Division
Multiple Access (TDMA) control architecture combine to ensure reliable data
delivery within the unlicensed Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) bands
• Transceivers for two-way communication between the devices, including fully
acknowledged data transmission
• Lost RF links are detected and relevant outputs go to user-defined default states
• External or internal antenna
• 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz frequencies
• Built-in signal strength indication
For additional information and a complete list of accessories, including FCC approved
antennas, please refer to Banner Engineering’s website, www.bannerengineering.com/
surecross.
* Link loss output may be selected or deselected to be one of the four outputs
WARNING… Not to be used for personnel protection
Never use these products for personnel protection. Doing so could lead to serious injury or death.
These products do NOT include the self-checking redundant circuitry necessary to allow their use in personnel safety
applications. A failure or malfunction can cause either an energized or de-energized product output condition. Consult your
current Banner Safety Products catalog for safety products that meet OSHA, ANSI, and IEC standards for personnel protection.
Printed in USA
01/08
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SureCross™ DX70 Wireless System
Models
Device
Nodes
Models
DX70N9X6S4P4M2M2
Frequency
Power
900 MHz ISM Band
DX70N9X6W4P4M2M2
DX70N2X6S4P4M2M2
DX70G9X6S4P4M2M2
2.4 GHz ISM Band
900 MHz ISM Band
Standard
+10 to 30V dc
DX70G9X6W4P4M2M2
DX70G2X6S4P4M2M2
DX70N9X6S8P4
2.4 GHz ISM Band
Internal
900 MHz ISM Band
Standard
Internal
2.4 GHz ISM Band
DX70N2X6W8P4
Gateway
DX70G9X6S4P8
900 MHz ISM Band
DX70G9X6W4P8
DX70G2X6S4P8
DX70G2X6W4P8
Standard
Discrete Inputs: Four Sourcing (default)
Discrete Outputs: Four Sourcing
Analog Inputs: Two 0-20 mA
Analog Outputs: Two 0-20 mA
Standard
DX70N9X6W8P4
DX70N2X6S8P4
Internal
Internal
DX70G2X6W4P4M2M2
Node
I/O
Internal
DX70N2X6W4P4M2M2
Gateways
Antenna
Standard
Standard
+10 to 30V dc
Internal
Standard
Internal
2.4 GHz ISM Band
Discrete Inputs: Eight Sourcing (default)
Discrete Outputs: Four Sourcing
Standard
Discrete Inputs: Four Sourcing (default)
Discrete Outputs: Eight Sourcing
Internal
DX70 devices should only be paired in the similar I/O structure groupings listed. The P4M2M2 devices are paired together, as are the 8P4 and
4P8 devices. Do not mix and match between groups.
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Hookup Diagrams
Configured Input/Output Mapping, 4P4M2M2 Models
DX70 Gateway
DX70 Node
I/O Terminal Block
I/O Terminal Block
PWR PWR
PWR PWR
P2
GND GND
GND GND
AO2 AI2
AO2 AI2
AO1 AI1
AO1 AI1
D04 DI4
D04 DI4
DO3 DI3
DO3 DI3
DO2 DI2
DO2 DI2
DO1 DI1
DO1 DI1
G B - W +
P2
G B - W +
Terminal Block
Label
DX70
Gateway
DX70
Node
Terminal Block
Label
DI1
Discrete IN 1*
Discrete OUT 1 or Lost Link*
DO1
DI2
Discrete IN 2
Discrete OUT 2
DO2
DI3
Discrete IN 3
Discrete OUT 3
DO3
DI4
Discrete IN 4
Discrete OUT 4
DO4
AI1
Analog IN 1
Analog OUT 1
AO1
AI2
Analog IN 2
Analog OUT 2
AO2
DO1
Discrete OUT 1 or Lost Link*
Discrete IN 1*
DI1
DO2
Discrete OUT 2
Discrete IN 2
DI2
DO3
Discrete OUT 3
Discrete IN 3
DI3
DO4
Discrete OUT 4
Discrete IN 4
DI4
AO1
Analog OUT 1
Analog IN 1
AI1
AO2
Analog OUT 2
Analog IN 2
AI2
* If digital output 1 is used as a lost link output (default) then digital input 1 is non-functional. Please refer to the Configuration section to change this
setting. Input 1 is not available when the lost link output is selected.
Sourcing
Wiring
SourcingInput
Input Wiring
SureCross
Device
SureCross
Device
DIx
SourcingOutput
Output Wiring
Sourcing
Wiring
output
sensor
DOx
input
load
Analog (Sourcing) Input Wiring
Analog (Sourcing)
Input Wiring
(10-30V dc Power)
SureCross
Device
AIx
*
Analog (Sourcing) Output Wiring
Analog
(Sourcing) Output Wiring
SureCross
Device
output
sensor
AOx
GND
PWR
PWR
+10-30V dc
load
GND
* Do not exceed analog input ratings for analog
inputs. Only connect sensor outputs to analog inputs.
Refer to the sensing device data sheet for a device specific wiring diagram.
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Hookup Diagrams, continued
DX70 Gateway
Configured Input/Output Mapping, 8P4 to 4P8 Models
DX70 Node
I/O Terminal Block
I/O Terminal Block
DO8 PWR
PWR DI8
P2
DO7 GND
GND DI7
DO6 PWR
PWR DI6
DO5 GND
GND DI5
D04 DI4
D04 DI4
DO3 DI3
DO3 DI3
DO2 DI2
DO2 DI2
DO1 DI1
DO1 DI1
G B - W +
P2
G B - W +
Terminal Block
Label
DX70
Gateway
DX70
Node
Terminal Block
Label
DI1
Discrete IN 1
Discrete OUT 1
DO1
DI2
Discrete IN 2
Discrete OUT 2
DO2
DI3
Discrete IN 3
Discrete OUT 3
DO3
DI4
Discrete IN 4
Discrete OUT 4
DO4
DO1
Discrete OUT 1
Discrete IN 1
DI1
DO2
Discrete OUT 2
Discrete IN 2
DI2
DO3
Discrete OUT 3
Discrete IN 3
DI3
DO4
Discrete OUT 4
Discrete IN 4
DI4
DO5
Discrete OUT 5
Discrete IN 5
DI5
DO6
Discrete OUT 6
Discrete IN 6
DI6
DO7
Discrete OUT 7
Discrete IN 7
DI7
DO8
Discrete OUT 8
Discrete IN 8
DI8
The lost link option is not available on this model.
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Device Layouts
1
2
1 Rotary Switches
After the DX70 devices are bound, use the rotary switches on the Gateway to set the Network ID (NID) to a decimal value from 1 to 32.
2 LEDs
Power LED - Power indicator. A green LED indicates the power is on.
Signal LED - Provides real-time feedback regarding RF link status and communications activity.
3
3 Port, NPT Gland, or Plug
If unused, install the provided plug into the 1/2 NPT threaded port. Use PTFE tape
if an IP67 seal is required.
4 Housing
The rugged, industrial DX70 housing meets IEC IP67 standards.
4
5
Mounting Hole, #10/M5 Clearance
5 Mounting holes accept metric M5 or UNC/UNF #10 hardware -- DIN rail mount
adapter bracket available
6 Wiring Terminal Strip
The 16 wiring terminals accept wire sizes: AWG 12-28 or 2.5 mm²
6
3
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Device Binding
Binding two DX70 devices locks the Node to a specific Gateway by teaching the Node the Gateway’s unique serial number. After the two
devices are bound, the Node only accepts data from the Gateway it is bound to. New or replacement devices from the factory require binding
before operation.
If the power is applied and the Power LED is solid green and the Signal LED is solid red for more than thirty seconds (indicating an RF link
error), the devices need to be bound. To bind:
Step
User Action
1
Install the supplied antennas to both the Gateway and Node devices.
2
Apply power to both devices and position the Gateway and Node about two meters apart. The Power
LED is a solid green and the Signal LED is a solid red, indicating an RF link error. *
3
Remove the rotary switch access covers. Rotate the cover counterclockwise to remove and clockwise
to tighten.
4
On the Gateway, set the rotary dials to 00, then set the rotary switches to FF (shown).
Power LED:
Signal LED:
(green)
(red)
Power LED:
Signal LED:
(red)
(red)
Power LED:
Signal LED:
(red)
(red)
Power LED:
Signal LED:
(green)
(red)
Power LED:
Signal LED:
(green)
(yellow)
After the rotary switches are set to FF, the Gateway enters binding mode. Note that the rotary dials for
each device must be changed to FF after applying power, not before applying power.
5
On the Node, set the rotary dials to 00, then set them to FF (shown).
The Node enters binding mode and waits for the Gateway to respond. Both the Gateway’s and Node’s
LEDs alternately flash red during pairing.
6
After the devices are successfully bound, the Node’s LEDs are solid red for a few seconds and the
Node automatically exits binding mode. The Node Power LED is solid green and Signal LED is solid
red, indicating the Node is bound. Binding should take less than twenty seconds.
7
Change the Gateway’s rotary dials to a valid Network ID. Valid Network IDs are 01 through 32, in
decimal, established using both rotary dials. The left dial may be set to 0, 1, 2, or 3. The right dial
may be set from 0 to 9 when the left dial is at 0, 1, or 2; or set to 0 through 2 when the left dial is at 3.
(Positions A through F are invalid network ID numbers.) In the sample shown to the right, the Gateway
is set to Network ID 10.**
8
The Node automatically synchronizes to the Gateway and establishes a radio link in less than a minute.
When a radio link is established, the Power LED is green and the Signal LED flashes yellow on both
devices to indicate the signal strength.
9
On the Node, set the rotary dials back to 00, or any position other than FF.
10
Replace both the rotary switch access covers.
Regardless of the position of the Node’s rotary dials, the DX70 devices within this bound pair maintain a radio link. For successful binding, the
Gateway and Node should be at least two meters apart and have the antennas installed.
* Unbound devices will have a solid green Power LED and solid red Signal LED thirty seconds after power up. Bound devices have a solid green Power
LED and a flashing yellow Signal LED within thirty seconds of power up.
** When multiple networks operate in the same area, assign a unique Network ID (NID) to the Gateway device within each bound pair.
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Configuration
Switches
Use the switches on the circuit board to set:
• link output error response
• input type
• output or link mapping
• link timout
Changes made to the DIP switches affect all I/O for this device.
Switches
1
2
Link Output Error
Off
Off
Deenergize outputs *
On
Off
Energize outputs
Off
On
Latch last state
On
On
Reserved
3
Input Type
Off
PNP *
On
NPN
4
Output or Link Mapping**
Off
Output 1 to Link Error *
On
Output 1 to Input 1
5
Link Timeout
Off
4 seconds *
On
1 second
* Default positions. Input 1 is not available when the lost
link output is selected.
** The lost link option is only available on the 4P4M2M2
models.
To access the switches, remove the cover from the base and disconnect the ribbon cable from the cover. Carefully use a paper clip or small
screwdriver to remove the inside rear cover plate, exposing the circuitry. The eight switch positions run from left to right as shown. The default
pin positions are off.
When reconnecting the ribbon cable, note the blank locating position (missing pin) in the cover connector and the mating plugged hole in the
base connector.
Verifying Power and Communications
After applying power to the devices, the Power LED is solid green. Until communication is established, the Signal LEDs are solid red. When
communication is established, the Signal LED flashes yellow; the frequency of the flash indicates the communication signal strength.
Status
Power LED
Signal LED
Power Applied
Green Solid
—
RF Link Error
Green Solid
Red Solid
RF Link Good
Green Solid
Yellow Flash
Binding Mode
Red Flash
Red Flash
Successful Binding (Node)
Red Solid*
Red Solid*
If testing the devices before installation,
verify the devices are at least two meters
apart to avoid over-driving the link.
* For three seconds
Communication Signal Strength
The rate at which the Signal LED blinks yellow indicates the signal strength between the Gateway and Node.
Blinks every 1/8 second
Blinks every 1/4 second
Blinks every 1/2 second
Blinks every 1 second
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Between 3% and 25% missed packets
Between 26% and 50% missed packets
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Installation - Mounting
Avoid Direct Sunlight
To minimize the damaging effects of ultra-violet radiation, avoid
mounting the devices facing intense direct sunlight.
Ideal Mounting Conditions
• Mount the DX70 within a protective enclosure,
• Mount the DX70 under an overhang or other source of shade,
• Install the DX70 indoors, or
• Face the units north when installing outside.
Avoid Collecting Rain
When possible, mount the DX70 where rain or snow will drain away
from the unit.
• Mount the units vertically so that precipitation, dust, and dirt do
not accumulate on permeable surfaces.
• Avoid mounting the units on flat or concave surfaces,
especially if the display will be pointing up.
Reduce Chemical Exposure
Before installing the DX70 units in a chemically harsh environment,
contact Banner for more information regarding the life-expectancy.
Solvents, oxidizing agents, and other chemicals can damage the
DX70.
Minimize Mechanical Stress
While the DX70 is very durable, it is a sophisticated electronic device
that is sensitive to shock and excessive loading.
• Avoid mounting the units to an object that may be shifting or
vibrating excessively. High levels of static force or acceleration
may damage the housing or electronic components.
• Do not subject the DX70 to external loads. Do not step on the
DX70 or use it as a handgrip.
• Do not allow long lengths of cable to hang from the DX70
glands. Cabling heavier than 100 grams should be supported
instead of allowed to hang from the DX70 housing.
Installation - Weather-Proofing Plugs
If the DX70 is mounted outdoors or will be exposed to moisture, dirt, or dust, follow these steps to weatherproof the units.
Watertight 1/2” NPT Plug
Seal the 1/2” NPT port if it is not used. To install a watertight NPT plug:
1. Wrap 12 to 16 passes of PTFE tape evenly across the length of the threads.
2. Manually thread the plug into the housing port until reaching some resistance.
3. Using a 9/16” crescent wrench, turn the plug until all the plug’s threads are engaged by the housing port.
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Antenna Installation
When installing a remote antenna system, always include a lightning arrestor/coaxial surge protector in the system. Remote antenna systems
installed without a lightning arrestor invalidate the Banner warranty of the SureCross™ family of devices. A remote antenna system is any
antenna system where the antenna is not connected directly to the radio and typically use coaxial cable to connect the antenna to the radio.
Lightning arrestors should be properly grounded and mounted at ground level near where the cabling enters a building. Install the lightning
arrestor indoors or inside a weatherproof enclosure to minimize corrosion or component deterioration. For best results, mount the lightning
arrestor as close to the ground as possible to minimize the length of the ground connection.
No surge protector can absorb all lightning strikes. Do not touch the SureCross devices or any equipment connected to the SureCross devices
during a thunderstorm.
Quick Tips
Clear Communication Paths
A wireless network can be hindered by radio
interference and obstructions in the path
between a receiver and transmitter.
To achieve the best radio performance,
carefully consider the installation locations for
each of the devices.
A clear path increases separation range and
improves performance
Node
Gateway
Increase Height of DX70 Units
Orient the external antenna vertically for
optimal RF communication. If necessary,
consider increasing the height of the DX70
position to improve reception.
Position the DX70 devices higher for better performance
Gateway
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Maintenance and Parts Installation
Main Body Gasket
Check the main body gasket any time the
DX70 is opened. Replace the gasket when it
is damaged, discolored, or showing signs of
wear. The gasket must be:
Main Body Gasket
• Fully seated within its channel along the
full length of the perimeter, and
• Positioned straight within the channel
with no twisting, stress, or stretching.
Rotary Switch Access Cover O-Ring
Check the rotary switch access cover oring any time the access cover is removed.
Replace the o-ring when it is damaged,
discolored, or showing signs of wear. The oring should be:
• Seated firmly against the threads
without stretching to fit or without
bulging loosely, and
• Pushed against the flanged cover.
When removing or closing the rotary switch
access cover, manually twist the cover
into position. Do not allow cross-threading
between the cover and the DX70 face.
Rotary Access O-Ring
Once the cover is in place and manually
tightened, use a small screwdriver (no
longer than five inches total length) as a
lever to apply enough torque to bring the
rotary switch access cover even with the
DX70 cover surface.
Replacing O-Rings
Please refer to the list of replacement parts
included within this guide and contact Banner
Engineering with any questions.
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DX70 Gateway and Node Dimensions
65.0 mm
(2.56”)
7.9 mm
(0.31”)
65.0 mm
(2.56”)
80.3 mm
(3.16”)
7.65 mm
(0.30”)
106 mm
(4.17”)
1/2” NPT
60 mm
(2.36”)
14.67 mm
(0.578”)
80.8 mm
(3.18”)
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Troubleshooting
RF Link Time-Out and Recovery
The SureCross™ DX70 wireless devices employ a deterministic link time-out method to address RF link interruption or failure. As soon as
a specific RF link fails, all pertinent wired outputs are brought to a predefined state until the link is recovered (default DIP switch setting).
Through this process, users of Banner wireless networks can be assured that disruptions in the communications link result in predictable
system behavior.
The link time-out feature uses a fully-acknowledged polling method to determine the RF link status of each device on the network. If after a
specified number of sequential polling cycles a device does not acknowledge a message, the devices consider the link to be timed out. Once
a link has timed out, the units must send and receive a specified number of good RF communications packets before the link is reinstated.
Outputs are restored to current values when the link is recovered.
The lost link option is only available on the 4P4M2M2 models.
Link Status
X
1
0
0
The RF link between the devices has timed
out. In this example, the lost link is energized
and the outputs have been programmed by
the DIP switches to go to their de-energized
states (default DIP switch position).
Lost Link
OUT 2
OUT N
Lost Link
OUT 2
0
OUT N
0
1
Link Status
OK
Normal
Lost Link
OUT 2
Normal
OUT N
De-energized
Lost Link
OUT 2
The RF link between the devices has
recovered and the outputs return to their
current states.
OUT N
De-energized
Normal
Normal
A wireless network can be hindered by radio interference and by obstructions in the path of the receiver and transmitter. To achieve the best
radio performance possible, carefully consider the installation locations for all devices. The need for a clear path increases as the transmission
distance increases.
Problem Description
Possible Solutions
Basic power–up issues
No LEDs
• Recheck the power connections and power requirements. DX70 devices require 10 to 30V dc.
DX70 devices will not synchronize
Signal LED is solid red or
flashing red for more than
30 seconds
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• If the devices are less than two meters apart, they may not communicate properly (radios may saturate).
• The devices may be too far apart to achieve sync – consult factory for options.
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Accessories and Replacement Parts - 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz
Antennas
Model Number
Description
BWA-9Y6-A
Antenna, Yagi, 890-960 MHz, 6.5 dBd, N Female
BWA-9Y10-A
Antenna, Yagi, 890-960 MHz, 10 dBd, N Female
BWA-9O2-C
Antenna, Omni, 902-928 MHz, 2 dBi, Rubber Swivel, RSMA Male
BWA-9O6-A
Antenna, Omni, 902-928 MHz, 6 dBd, Fiberglass, N Female
BWA-9O5-B
Antenna, Omni, 902-928 MHz, 5 dBd/7.2 dBi, With ground plane, N Female
BWA-2O2-C
Antenna, Omni, 2.4 GHz, 2 dBi, Rubber Swivel, RSMA Male
BWA-2O5-C
Antenna, Omni, 2.4 GHz, 5 dBi, Rubber Swivel, RSMA Male
BWA-2O7-C
Antenna, Omni, 2.4 GHz, 7 dBi, Rubber Swivel, RSMA Male
For more information on antenna specifications and the options available for your system, please contact the applications
engineers at Banner Engineering Corp. For general information regarding antennas, please refer to Antenna Basics,
Banner document p/n 132113.
Hardware
Power
Surge
Suppressors
Cabling
Cabling, Antenna
BWA-HW-001
Mounting Hardware
SMBDX80DIN
DIN Rail Adapter
BWA-HW-003
Tape, PTFE Sealant
BWA-HW-004
Replacement Seal Pack (O-Ring, Gasket, Rotary Cover)
BWA-CG.5-10
Cable Glands, 1/2-inch NPT, Cordgrips for cable diameters 0.17 to 0.45 inches, 10 pieces
BWA-HP.5-10
Dummy Hole Plugs, 1/2-inch NPT, 10 pieces
BWA-QD5.5
Prewired 5-pin Euro Connector for 1/2-inch NPT Hub entrance
BWA-QD8.5
Prewired 8-pin Euro Connector for 1/2-inch NPT Hub entrance
BWA-QD12.5
Prewired 12-pin Euro Connector for 1/2-inch NPT Hub entrance
SPS101Q
DC Power Supply, 120 mA, 12-30V dc, 5-pin Euro
SPS101QP
DC Power Supply, 120 mA, 12-30V dc, 5-pin Euro, pigtail
PS24W
DC Power Supply, 500 mA, 24V dc
EZAC-E-QE5
DC Power Supply, 700 mA, 24V dc, 5-pin M12 Euro QD, Hardwired AC Power Conn.
EZAC-E-QE5-QS5
DC Power Supply, 700 mA, 24V dc, 5-pin M12 Euro QD, 5-pin Mini QD AC Power Conn.
BWC-LFNMN
Surge Suppressor, 900 MHz/2.4 GHz
BWC-LFNBMN
Surge Suppressor, Bulkhead, 900 MHz/2.4 GHz
BWC-LMRSFRPB
Surge Suppressor, Bulkhead, (RPSM Type), 900 MHz/2.4 GHz
BWA-RIBBON-001
Ribbon Cable, 20-pin DBL socket
MQDC1-506
Cordset, Quick Disconnect, 5-pin Euro, Straight, 2 m
MQDC-806
Cordset, Quick Disconnect, 8-pin Euro with Shield, Straight, 2 m
MQDC-1210
Cordset, Quick Disconnect, 12-pin Euro, Straight, 3 m
BWC-1MRSMN05
LMR200, RSMA to N Male, 0.5 m
BWC-1MRSMN2
LMR200, RSMA to N Male, 2 m
BWC-1MRSFRSB4
RG58, RSMA to RSMAF Bulkhead, 4 m
BWC-1MRSFRSB1
RG58, RSMA to RSMAF Bulkhead, 1 m
BWC-1MRSFRSB2
RG58, RSMA to RSMAF Bulkhead, 2 m
BWC-1MRSFRSB0.2
RG58, RSMA to RSMAF Bulkhead, 0.2 m
BWC-4MNFN3
LMR400, N Male to N Female, 3 m
BWC-4MNFN6
LMR400, N Male to N Female, 6 m
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Model Number
Description
BWC-4MNFN15
LMR400, N Male to N Female, 15 m
BWC-4MNFN30
LMR400, N Male to N Female, 30 m
There is a wide range of antenna cabling available. Please contact Banner Engineering for more information or for specific
lengths and connectors.
Always install and properly ground a qualified surge suppressor when installing a remote antenna system. Remote antenna configurations installed without surge suppressors
located less than 1 meter from the radio device invalidate the Banner Engineering Corp. warranty. Always 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.
Agency Certifications - 900 MHz
The SureCross family of radio devices are approved for use in the following countries.
North America
Canada
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouiller du Canada. Le present appareil
numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de le Classe A préscrites dans le
Reglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édits par le ministere des Communications du Canada.
United States of America
This device has been designed to operate with the antennas listed on Banner Engineering’s website and having a maximum gain of 9 dBm.
Antennas not included in this list or having a gain greater that 9 dBm are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna
impedance is 50 ohms.
To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen such that the equivalent isotropically
radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that permitted for successful communication.
It is Banner Engineering’s 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 that the device is approved in the destination
country. Consult with Banner Engineering if the destination country is not on this list.
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SureCross™ DX70 Wireless System
FCC Certification - 900 MHz
FCC Certification
The DX80 Module complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and regulations.
FCC ID: TGUDX80 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
FCC Notices
IMPORTANT: The DX80 Modules have been certified by the FCC for use with other products without any further certification (as per FCC
section 2.1091). Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
IMPORTANT: The DX80 Modules have been certified for fixed base station and mobile applications. If modules will be used for portable
applications, the device must undergo SAR testing.
IMPORTANT: If integrated into another product, the FCC ID label must be visible through a window on the final device or it must be visible
when an access panel, door, or cover is easily removed. If not, a second label must be placed on the outside of the final device that contains
the following text: Contains FCC ID: TGUDX80.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna,
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiving module,
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiving module is connected, and/or
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Antenna Warning WARNING: This device has been tested with Reverse Polarity SMA connectors with the antennas listed in Table 1 Appendix
A. When integrated into OEM products, fixed antennas require installation preventing end-users from replacing them with non-approved
antennas. Antennas not listed in the tables must be tested to comply with FCC Section 15.203 (unique antenna connectors) and Section
15.247 (emissions).
FCC-Approved Antennas
WARNING: This equipment is approved only for mobile and base station transmitting devices. Antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be
installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
DX80 Module may be used only with Approved Antennas that have been tested with this module.
Part Number
Antenna Type
Maximum Gain
Integral antenna
Unity gain
BWA-9O1-x
Omni, 1/4 wave dipole
≤2 dBi
BWA-9O2-C
Omni, 1/2 wave dipole, Swivel
≤2 dBi
BWA-9O6-A
Omni Wideband, Fiberglass
Radome
≤8.2 dBi
BWA-9O5-B
Omni Base Whip
≤7.2 dBi
BWA-9Y10-A
Yagi
≤10 dBi
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Table 1. Type certified Antenna
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SureCross™ DX70 Wireless System
Agency Certifications - 2.4 GHz
The SureCross family of radio devices are approved for use in the following countries.
Europe
European Union
Greece
Slovenia
The 2.4 GHz radios are approved for
operation in all European Union countries.
Any special usage instructions are listed.
Hungary
Spain
Ireland
Sweden
Austria
Italy - If used outside of own premises,
general authorization is required.
United Kingdom
Belgium
Bulgaria - Authorization required for outdoor
and public service use.
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France - In Guyane (French Guiana) and La
Réunion (Reunion Island), outdoor use not
allowed.
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg - General authorization is
required for public service.
Malta
Non-European Union Countries
Iceland
Liechtenstein
Norway
Switzerland
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
Germany
Asia
India
It is Banner Engineering’s 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 that the device is approved in the destination
country. Consult with Banner Engineering if the destination country is not on this list.
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Banner Engineering Corp. • Minneapolis, MN U.S.A.
www.bannerengineering.com • Tel: 763.544.3164
SureCross™ DX70 Wireless System
FCC Certification - 2.4 GHz
FCC Certification
The DX80 Module complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and regulations.
FCC ID: UE300DX80-2400 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
FCC Notices
IMPORTANT: The DX80 Modules have been certified by the FCC for use with other products without any further certification (as per FCC
section 2.1091). Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
IMPORTANT: The DX80 Modules have been certified for fixed base station and mobile applications. If modules will be used for portable
applications, the device must undergo SAR testing.
IMPORTANT: If integrated into another product, the FCC ID label must be visible through a window on the final device or it must be visible
when an access panel, door, or cover is easily removed. If not, a second label must be placed on the outside of the final device that contains
the following text: Contains FCC ID: UE300DX80-2400.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna,
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiving module,
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiving module is connected, and/or
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Antenna Warning WARNING: This device has been tested with Reverse Polarity SMA connectors with the antennas listed in Table 1 Appendix
A. When integrated into OEM products, fixed antennas require installation preventing end-users from replacing them with non-approved
antennas. Antennas not listed in the tables must be tested to comply with FCC Section 15.203 (unique antenna connectors) and Section
15.247 (emissions).
FCC-Approved Antennas
WARNING: This equipment is approved only for mobile and base station transmitting devices. Antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be
installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
DX80 Module may be used only with Approved Antennas that have been tested with this module.
Part Number
Antenna Type
Maximum Gain
Integral antenna
Unity gain
BWA-2O2-C
Omni, 1/2 wave dipole, Swivel
≤2 dBi
BWA-2O5-C
Omni, Collinear, Swivel
≤5 dBi
BWA-2O7-C
Omni, Coaxial Sleeve, Swivel
≤7 dBi
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Table 1. Type certified Antenna
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Specifications
General
Power*
+10 to 30V dc (For European applications: +10 to 24V dc ±10%)
Power Consumption
Less than 1.4 W (60 mA) at 24V dc
Mounting
#10 or M5 (M5 hardware included)
M5 fasteners – Max. Tightening Torque
0.56 N•m (5 in•lbf)
Case Material
Polycarbonate
Weight
0.26 kg (0.57 lb)
Indicators
Green/Red Power LED, Yellow/Red Signal LED
External Cable Glands
Two 1/2-inch NPT type
Cable Glands, Max Tightening Torque
0.56 N•m (5 in•lbf)
* For European applications, power the DX70 from a Limited Power Source as defined in EN 60950-1.
Radio
900 MHz
2.4 GHz
Range, with standard 2 dB antenna*
Up to 4.8 kilometers (3 miles)
Up to 3.2 kilometers (2 miles)
Frequency
902 to 928 MHz ISM band
2.4 to 2.4835 GHz ISM band
Transmit Power
21 dBm Conducted
18 dBm Conducted, ≤ 20 dBm EIRP
Spread Spectrum Technology
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Antenna Connector
Ext. Reverse Polarity SMA – 50 Ohms
Ext. Reverse Polarity SMA – 50 Ohms
Antenna – Max Tightening Torque
0.45 N•m (4 in•lbf)
0.45 N•m (4 in•lbf)
Link Timeout
1 or 4 seconds
1 or 4 seconds
* Range depends on the environment and line of sight. High-gain antennas are available to increase the range.
Inputs
Discrete Inputs (Configurable)
Four or Eight Sourcing (or Sinking) (depends on kit)
Discrete Input Rating
3 mA max current at 30V dc
Discrete Input Sample Rate
62.5 milliseconds
Discrete Report Rate
On Change of State
Discrete Input ON Condition
Greater than 8V (Less than 0.7V for sinking)
Discrete Input OFF Condition
Less than 5V (Greater than 2V or Open for sinking)
Analog Inputs
Two, 0 to 20 mA
Analog Input Sample Rate
62.5 milliseconds
Analog Report Rate
1 second or on Change of State (1% change in value)
Accuracy
0.1% of full scale + 0.01% per °C
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Specifications, continued
Outputs
Discrete Outputs
Four or Eight Sourcing (depends on kit)
Discrete Output Rating
100 mA max current at 30V dc, ON-State Saturation: Less than 2V at 100 mA, OFF-State
Leakage: Less than 10 µA
Discrete Output ON Condition
Supply minus 2V
Discrete Output OFF Condition
Less than 2V
Analog Outputs
Two, 0 to 20 mA
Max. End-to-end Latency*
200 milliseconds
Output State Following Timeout
Programmed by DIP switch
* From the sample point and with a good RF signal.
Environmental
Environmental Rating
IEC IP67; NEMA 6
Operating Temperature
–40 to +85° C (Electronics)
Operating Humidity
95% max. relative (non-condensing)
Radiated Immunity
10 V/m, 80-2700 MHz (EN61000-6-2)
Shock and Vibration*
IEC 68-2-6 and IEC 68-2-7
Shock: 30g, 11 millisecond half sine wave, 18 shocks
Vibration: 0.5 mm p-p, 10-60 Hz
* Operating the devices at the maximum operating conditions for extended periods can shorten the life of the device.
Compliance
900 MHz Models
2.4 GHz Models
FCC ID TGUDX80 - This device complies with FCC Part 15, Subpart C, 15.247
IC: 7044A-DX8009
FCC ID UE300DX80-2400 - This device complies with FCC Part 15, Subpart C, 15.247
ETSI/EN: In accordance with EN 300 328: V1.7.1 (2006-05)
IC: 7044A-DX8024
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SureCross™ DX70 Wireless System
The manufacturer does not take
responsibility for the violation of any
warning listed in this document.
CAUTION . . .
Make no modifications
to this product.
Any modifications to this product not expressly
approved by Banner Engineering could void the
user’s authority to operate the product. Contact the
Factory for more information.
Always use lightning arrestors/surge protection with all remote antenna systems to avoid
invalidating the Banner Engineering Corp. warranty. No surge protector can absorb all lightning
strikes. Do not touch the radio device or any equipment connected to the radio device during a
thunderstorm.
WARRANTY: Banner Engineering Corp. warrants its products to be free from defects for
one year. Banner Engineering Corp. will repair or replace, free of charge, any product of its
manufacture found to be defective at the time it is returned to the factory during the warranty
period. This warranty does not cover damage or liability for the improper application of Banner
products. This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty either expressed or implied.
All specifications published in this document are subject to change. Banner reserves the right to modify the specifications of products, prior to their
order, without notice. Banner Engineering reserves the right to update or change documentation at any time. For the most recent version of any
documentation, please refer to our website: www.bannerengineering.com. © 2007 Banner Engineering Corp. All rights reserved.
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