RCT Wireless Nodes use the reliable, field-proven, wireless architecture. Containing a radio, internal battery supply, and optional 10 to 30 VDC power terminals, this product line is truly plug and play. The RCT Wireless Node has six independently controlled push button inputs and six sets of LED indicator lights. The push buttons can be configured with DIP switches for either toggle or momentary operation; the red and green LED indicator light outputs can be configured for solid or flashing operation.
Powerful device to deliver factory automation and IIoT solutions for many applications including but not limited to:
The Short Range Wireless Switch System Handheld (SRWSSHH) is designed for short range (up to 350 yards*) and simple wireless switching. The SRWSSHH the simple solution where faulty wire replacement is required, new installation is not possible or practical, or many different pieces of equipment need to be controlled.
The SRWSSHH consists of one, two, four, or eight-key handheld transmitters and a one, two, four, or eight-output (SPDT Class C relay) 902-928MHz frequency hopping receiver. Simply connect the devices you want to control to the SRWSSHH, and the SRWSSHH is ready for use and guaranteed to perform.
The Short Range Wireless Switch System (SRWSSHH) 902-928 MHz System uses a 1, 2, 4 or 8 button handheld transmitter and a 1, 2, 4 or 8 output receiver to provide wireless control of multiple devices. The transmitter is used to send a coded set of instructions to the receiver activating corresponding relay outputs. The encrypted coding is a random generated code, which is programmed wirelessly to the transmitter and receiver. Multiple transmitters can be programmed to one receiver and a single transmitter can operate multiple receivers. The receiver output relay has two modes that control how the relays function. The relays are SPDT Class C rated for 5 amps @ 250VAC (or 5A @ 30VDC) with Normally Open (NO), Normally Closed (NC), and a Common (C) contacts. The receivers and transmitters use fast frequency hopping (FFH) to allow up to eight receivers to be used in the same area. No interference or jamming will occur.