|Frequency range||403 … 473 MHz|
|Tuning range||70 MHz|
|Channel spacing||12.5 / 20 / 25 kHz selectable|
|Sensitivity/Carrier power||-114 dBm / 25 W or 35 W|
|Data speed||Radio 19200 / RS 38400 bps|
|Operating voltage||+9 … +16 VDC (≥ +12 VDC @ 35 W)|
|Power consumption||RX 1.8 W / TX 120W (with 35W output power)|
|Size/Weight||189 x 138 x 71mm with connectors / 1420 g|
|Connectors||8-pin ODU / TNC f / 4-pin ODU|
Heavy-duty tool for outdoor use
SATELLINE-EASy Pro is an IP67 classified UHF radio modem with a high power (up to 25 or 35 W) transmitter, wide 70 MHz tuning range (403 … 473 MHz) in one hardware and selectable channel spacing.
SATELLINE-EASy Pro is particularly well suited for mobile field applications (land surveying, for instance) under varying weather conditions. Due to the high transmitting power, connection distances more than 80 kilometres can be covered in favourable conditions.
With the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) the user can monitor the current operating status (frequency, channel number) as well as condition (power level, voltage level, field strength) of the radio modem.
SATELLINE-EASy Pro is compatible with SATELLINE-EASy and -3AS family products too.
Dependable data transfer
In the SATELLINE-EASy Pro the error rate is minimized by means of advance checking and correction of the data packets. In Forward Error Correction (FEC), the data packets are split in several blocks. The radio modem adds correction information inside the blocks during transmission.
In a SATELLINE-EASy Pro network, any substation can function as a repeater, too. In this operating mode (store and forward), the radio modem receives a message, buffers the received data, and transmits it further to another substation, using the same radio channel as in reception.
SATELLINE-EASy Pro features embedded Message Routing software, which takes care of routing messages across a radio modem network automatically after proper settings have been made. Communication is completely transparent, which makes Message Routing directly compatible with most user protocols.