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RFID evaluation unit UHF

DTEUHFEA_ABRWEIUS04

DTE910

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Technische Details
Application
Radio approval for USA; Canada; Indonesia
Electrical data
Operating voltage [V] 24 DC
Current consumption [mA] 700
Operating frequency [MHz] 902...928 (FCC); (Singapore: 920-925 MHz The operating frequency is activated by setting the communication standard to Singapore.)
Antenna connections 4; (TNC Reverse)
RFID standard EPC Class1 GEN2/ISO 18000-6C
Transmission power ERP [mW] 2000; (Singapore: ≤ 676 mW ERP The transmitter power must be limited manually by the user. )
Impedance [Ω] 50
Inputs / outputs
Number of inputs and outputs Number of digital inputs: 4; Number of digital outputs: 4
Inputs
Number of digital inputs 4
Outputs
Number of digital outputs 4
Max. current load per output [mA] 500
Software / programming
Parameter setting options Software
Interfaces
Communication interface Ethernet
Ethernet
Protocol TCP/IP; IP
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature [°C] -25...55
Storage temperature [°C] -25...85
Protection IP 65
Mechanical data
Weight [g] 3125
Housing rectangular
Dimensions [mm] 233.5 x 270 x 68
Materials housing: aluminium; Protective cover: plastics; TNC socket: brass / PTFE; connector: brass / plastic
Displays / operating elements
Display
operation 1 x LED, red green
Remarks
Pack quantity 1 pcs.
Electrical connection - Process connection
Connector: 1 x M12
Electrical connection - supply
Connector: 1 x M12
Electrical connection - Ethernet
Connector: 1 x M12
ifm electronic gmbh • Friedrichstraße 1 • 45128 Essen — We reserve the right to make technical alterations without prior notice. — EN-GB — DTE910-01 — 05.05.2017 —