The mesh network Series 2000 RR2552 signal repeater utilizes reliable Spread Spectrum Radio technology. It can be installed easily in minutes to increase the transmission distance between wireless sensors and the receivers.
The maximum radio transmission distance is dependent on building type. The maximum open air transmission distance between two repeaters 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.
Miltiple repeaters can be used to extend the transmission distance to thousands of feet inside any commercial and industrial buildings.
The Series 2000 sensor Data & Link LED confirms the data transmission was received by the receiver for fast and reliable positioning of the repeaters during installation. There is no need for special wireless installation equipment.
The Trs Systems Series 2000 wireless system can be used with any LON, BacNet, MODbus, or DDC control system or panel.
Determining Repeater Location
To select the proper repeater location first install and power the receiver or transceiver. The receiver will have a Network ID assigned to it during initial programming. The repeater must have the same Network ID as the receiver or transceiver. Set the Network ID on the repeater using the Network ID DIP Switch (see Setting The Network ID on page 2).
The battery operated Test Mode is intended to be used only during the initial installation to determine the optimum location for a repeater in the system prior to wiring 24 VAC to the repeater. To operate the unit in Test Mode, move the jumper (J1 located near the battery terminals on the PWB) from 24 VAC to Battery. Install (2) batteries - Type 3.0V LiMNO2 1400 mAH (e.g. Duracell DL123A, Varta CR123A). The repeater is now functional and can be moved to different locations to determine proper system performance.
While the repeater is attempting to connect to the receiver the Data LED will blink rapidlyDi. Once a connection has been established the Data-Link LED will blink once to indicate the data transmission has been received and transmitted successfully. The Active LED will blink once every second to indicate that the repeater is functional.
24 VAC 60 Hz 14-20 AWG
7.3” x 4.7” x 2.25”
-30 to 160 deg F
5 to 95% non-condensing
Flame Retardant ABS Plastic (Black)
UL Flame Rating – 94-5VA
Receiver RF Characteristics:
Operating Frequency Channel 902 – 928 MHz
Receiver Sensitivity (avg. power) –110 dBm
Transmitter RF Characteristics:
Data Rate – 20 kbit/s nominal
Transmit Power Output