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Repeater 2017-06-23T09:46:01+00:00

Newsteo Repeater, radio relay for newsteo wireless products

Communication between Newsteo radio products and reception center (PC with RF-to-USB key) can sometimes be perturbed by obstacle or too high distance. The Newsteo Repeater will be installed mid-way, acting as radio relay for all products out of radio reach.

Two references are available:

  • Inside building use: With a conventional AC power
  • Outside building use: solar powered. The product is self-sufficient, resistant to rain, UV and dust, and therefore perfect for outdoor uses.

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Functionning

The installation is very simple: once the products installed and started, the radio communication is automatically configured without user intervention. The radio product, depending on its position, either directly communicate to the PC or through the Repeater.

Technical Specifications

Type of product

Radio Relay

Reference

PFPN-RPT20-001 : Radio relay powered on main power
PFPN-RPT30-001 : Waterproof Radio relay powered on main power
PFPN-RPS51-001 : Waterproof Radio relay powered through solar panel

Operating temperature

– 40°C … +85°C

Power

RPT20 & RPT30 : Main current (220 Volts) with 5V adapter

RPS51: 1 individual solar panel, with a lead reloadable battery

Antenna

Full wavelength

Autonomy@25°C

RPT20 & RPT30 : Unlimited

RPS51 : 6 days without sun (a weak lumonisity is enough to reload the battery)

Weight

RPT20 & RPT30 : 0,5kg

RPS51 : 4,3kg

IP Level

RPT20 : IP50

RPT30 : IP65

RPS51 : IP67

Radio frequency

ISM 868 MHz

Total RF Signal Range

RPT20 & RPT30 : (PC – Repeater – logger)
Several hundred meters, can pass through several walls

RPS51 : From 1 to several kilomètres

A repeater can double, or even tenfold, the radio range of the loggers, but it causes higher consumption on the loggers used in monitoring (due to latency and transmission times with the receiver). In general and on average, it is recommended to divide by two the autonomy of the loggers (which go through the repeater to transmit). Consequently, when it is possible, it is always better to use a large antenna (full-wave grounded ideally), rather than a repeater in your applications.

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