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Compact Wireless DX99 Nodes from Banner

Banner Engineering has introduced an innovative condensed metal enclosure to its reliable Wireless DX99 Node product portfolio. These nodes are approved for use in Class I, Division I certified hazardous zones and activate the sensors in extreme conditions, generating energy from the in-built battery for charging the radio transceiver and exterior third party sensing devices.

Compact Wireless DX99 Nodes

The DX99 Node is highly efficient due to its reliable housing, and features a unique chamber for incorporating the wiring terminal, battery, and radio for uncomplicated installation and coupling to the sensors.

The DX99 Nodes are configured to serve industrial process applications and will provide a reliable wire-free grid. It has various input options encompassing Analog, Thermocouples, Discrete, and RTDs. The system also covers an integrated Site Survey means for facilitating rapid and easy detection of the standard of the wire-free connections. These DX99 Node radios communicate and attain wire-free information within a range of 3 miles (150mw with 2dBi antenna), utilizing low power. These reduced-power electronics coupled with specific sampling technology supplies a unique durable solution working on a single battery. The pipe and flange installing brackets can also be obtained additionally from Banner.

Source: http://www.bannerengineering.com

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