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Transceiver Radio Modem

  04/06/2010
Satelline-Easy is a transceiver radio modem from Satel. It provides compact and flexible solution for many different long-range applications. The device is equipped with a wide 70MHz tuning range; end-user can select the operation frequency within the whole range 403...473 MHz.

Satelline-Easy Transceiver Radio ModemIn addition to the wide frequency range the channel spacing 12.5, 20 or 25 kHz is software-selectable and either +3...+9 Vdc or +6...+30 Vdc voltage level ranges ensure low power consumption. This is due to the receiver sensitivity. The output power of 1W enables long connection distances.


Satelline-Easy is compatible with widely used and well known Satelline-3AS(d) radio modem family and can also be included in systems based on other manufacturers' protocols. Satellink additional equipment products are compatible with Satelline-Easy.

 

 




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