For cable-free reception of the signal from the retrieval unit.
The antenna receives the radio signal from the retrieval unit, and transmits it via a cable connection to an input for the receiver. This activates the corresponding output (the make-contact). For each receiver, a maximum of four radio channels can be received.
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Compliant according to Directive 2011/65/EU and Directive 2015/863
No SVHC substances with more than 0.1% w/w contained - SVHC list [REACH] as of 10.06.2022
No Proposition 65 substances included
This product does not contain any substances designated as "conflict minerals" such as tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent countries.
The retrieval sensor contains a button that is operated by an overlying component.
The retrieval sensor is positioned on the outside of the body The adjustable body allows the height to be set.
The sensor cable is designed to withstand temperatures of up to 180°C for short periods and is thus protected against chips, for example. The button can withstand temperatures of up to 120°C and is additionally protected against chips by the support of the workpiece.
Sensor (button): IP67, radio transmitter: IP67, radio receiver: IP20
Seating elements with the following EH article number can be used: Size M8: 22690.0021 / .0121 / .0221 / .0321 / .0421 and 22691.0122 / .0021 / .0222. Size M12: 22690.0001 / .0002 / .0101 / .0102 / .0201 / .0202 / .0301 / 0302 / .0401 / .0402 and 22691.0143 / .0041 / .0042 / .0243
The retrieval unit can be screwed into an M8 or M12 thread. The Halder base plate with slot tenons of the V40 or V70 system is suitable for this purpose.
An AA battery (3.6V) is integrated in the radio transmitter. Depending on use, this battery lasts between 300 - 1400 days. The radio receiver has a supply interface: rated operating current/voltage Ie / Ue max. 0.1A / 24VDC -15%...+10%.
The electrical signal is converted into a radio signal by means of a radio transmitter and again into an electrical signal by the antenna of the radio receiver. Thus, the signal can be transmitted without having to lead a cable out of the engine room.
Input: radio signal via antenna (frequency 868.3MHz). Output: electrical signal: 3A / 250VAC; 3A / 24VDC
The signal has a range of approx. 40m in closed rooms. In engine rooms, the range also depends on the type of cladding.