The Series 2000 BACnet® network transceiver utilizes reliable Spread Spectrum Mesh Network Radio technology. Together with other Trs wireless sensors and controls, the system can be used to transmit remote sensor readings, status/alarm indications, control signals and outputs wirelessly. It is compatible with any control panels or Automation systems that utilize BACnet MSTP (Master Slave Token Passing) communication protocol or interface. Up to 50 separate physical wireless sensor transmitters and/or wireless remote output (analog & digital) modules can be used with one MOD9200BNT Transceiver and up to 100 data points and 100 outputs can be monitored and controlled with one (1) MOD9200 Transceiver.

The maximum radio transmission distance is dependent on building type. The maximum open-air transmission distance is one mile. In a typical commercial building with steel I-beam construction, concrete floors with reinforcing rod, and metal stud walls, it can be expected that transmissions will penetrate vertically through floors and horizontally through 200 to 500 feet of walls, furniture and air.

Generally a wireless system will cover about three floors - one floor above and one floor below the transceiver location. In some buildings with favorable transmission characteristics the system may cover more floors.

Input Power:
  24 VAC 60 Hz, 500 mA (nominal)
  24 VDC Model, 500 mA (nominal)

  8.8” x 4.7” x 2.25”

Operating Conditions:
  Temperature 32 to 150 deg F
  Humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing

  Flame Retardant ABS Plastic (Black)
  UL Flame Rating – 94-5VA

Network Connections:
  Protocol – BACnet MSTP
  Physical Layer - RS485, Twisted pair with shield
  Data rate – 76.8kbps

RF Characteristics:
  Operating Frequency Channel 902 – 928 MHz
  Receiver Sensitivity (avg. power) –110 dBm

  FCC Certified