Wireless transmitter receiver systems
100 meters to 3 Kms range
FORBIX SEMICON produces a wide variety of transmitter models. Starting from 1 channel to as big as 11 channel transmitter receivers. However, transmitters have variations in distance of communication signal range. Moreover, the system needs no wiring or installation. The machines are reliable and does not need any further maintenance. In addition, the range of communication is 2-3 Kms. Due to its long range of communication, it can save cost of electrical wires. Moreover, with multi channel, the solution finds a way in many industrial applications.
7xx series models: caters for 2-3 km distance, whereas
6xx series has a signal range of 100-250 meters
FBX701A: 1 channel transmitter
FBX702A: 2 channel transmitter
FBX710A: 10 channel transmitter
FBX711A: 11 channel transmitter
Moreover, transmitters available are direct button drive or remote control operated.
The wireless transmitter receiver has a rather wide range of applications. Especially in commercial security, industry automation and even life saving devices. Hence, the reliability and robustness of the devices is making them popular among customers.
01-11 port receivers
The factory produces receiver units with rather 1 to 11 port relays contactors. However, the relay contactor coems in 2 models: 5 Amps and 30 Amps load capacity. Since the wireless transmitters directly controls the receivers, it is a 1 to 1 combination. However, 1 transmitter to many receiver combination is also possible. In addition, each of the ports individually controlled by the respective transmitter button.
FBXCSR01R5: 1 port 5 Amps receiver compatible to 100m transmitter
FBXCSR01R30: 1 port 30 Amps receiver compatible to 100m transmitter
FBX7R01R5: 1 port 5 Amps compatible with 2-3 Km (7xx series) transmitter
FBX7R01R30: 1 port 30 Amps compatible with 2-3 Km (7xx series) transmitter
FBX7R11R5: 11 channel receiver
The wireless receiver output has rather potential free contactor points. However, every contactor has 3 points, viz. COMMON (COM), Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC). In idle state, COM and NO points remain connected, whereas, COM and NC electrically short. When a particular port excited from the transmitter, COM and NO now gets connected. Also, COM and NC now gets disconnected.
Wireless transmitter receiver wiring diagram
Wireless transmitter receiver wiring diagram is as shown. However, the wiring is very simple. Moreover, it is a replica of 1 port to 11 ports. The signal output rather needs to loop back to the signal input. Hence, every input of the transmitter constitutes to a channel number. And therefore, every channel is 1-to-1 mapped to the corresponding receiver. Finally, a potential free contact loopback mechanism operates for the transmitter.