Supporting server/client, mesh, and peer-to-peer platforms, Laird's RAMP ISM Modules provide the ability to route data over multiple hops automatically utilizing a non-standards based protocol.
Range Amplified MultiPoint (RAMP) modules provide a no-compromise solution for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications required to transmit serial data, wirelessly over long distances with high reliability. RAMP modules utilize a Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology to provide interference and multipath immunity for industrial applications. RAMP modules are capable of operating in a point to point or point to multipoint network and can support a virtually unlimited number of nodes in a network.
RAMP modules utilize two unlicensed Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) bands from 902 Mhz- 928 MHz and 2.402 GHz – 2.4835 GHz. While specific frequency bands vary from country to country, in general the 900 MHz band is available for use in North America and Australia and on a restricted basis in Brazil. The 2.4 GHz band is considered worldwide, though approval in individual countries is still subject to restrictions. Laird Technologies also seeks FCC (United States), IC (Canada) and CE (Europe) approval for modules as appropriate, significantly decreasing the burden on the OEM developer.
RAMP modules meet requirements for industrial temperature ranges and a reliable wireless link for communication. The modules are ideal for M2M applications which require one-to-one or one-to-many communications over a long distance. A simple AT command set enables rapid prototyping and development with RAMP modules. By using this AT command set, an operator can set the configuration once, and then use that configuration automatically without additional input. Two RAMP modules can then act as a serial cable replacement or as part of a larger star network, without any additional programming.
Statement of Compliance to EU WEEE Directive and RoHS Directive
The following documentsare applicable to all LairdRAMP ISM Modules:
The following software downloads are applicable to all LairdRAMP ISM Modules:
Globally-accepted module that exceeds most OEM application and performance requirements.Catalog
Product BriefLaird Configuration Utility USB DriversLT2510 Quick Start Guide LT2510 User Manual v1.5 - End of Life NoticeLT2510 DVK User Manual v2.0 LT2510 FW 2.4-1 binary Image Release Notes for LT2510 FW 2.4-1 Statement of Compliance to EU WEEE Directive and RoHS DirectiveLTxxxx v2.9.0.zip
Simplifies the OEM's design effort and assures successful field operation.Catalog | End Of Life
Product BriefLaird Configuration Utility USB DriversAC4424 User Manual v2.0- End Of Life Notice
Number of on-the-fly control commands that provide OEMs with a versatile interface.Catalog
Product BriefLaird Configuration Utility USB DriversAC4486 User Manual v2.0AC4486 Hardware Integration Guide v2.0AC4868 User Manual v2.0 - End Of Life NoticeStatement of Compliance to EU WEEE Directive and RoHS Directive
Provides a complete development environment to help integrate and test RF communication in a matter of minutes.Catalog
Product BriefLaird Configuration Utility USB DriversAC4490 RF Diagnostic SuiteSDK User Manual v4.0RAMP DVK Software Application NoteRAMP - AC RF DVK Hardware User GuideRAMP- RM/LT DVK Hardware User Guide
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Understanding how environmental factors can affect range is one of the key aspects to developing a radio frequency (RF) solution. This paper will provide a high-level overview of the factors that can affect RF range, including hardware selection, environmental factors, frequency ranges, and proper implementation.
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Laird's RAMP modules are certified for operation under the authority of many regulatory bodies around the world. The following is a full list of certifications for the complete RAMP product line.
For a more detailed explanation of device certification, refer to Laird's Device Certification Guide which includes device certification FAQs.
U.S. and Canada
Laird is committed to strict compliance with all applicable regulations:
Click here to view a list of Regulatory Domains by country.
All of Laird's RAMP devices are fully compliant with European Union Directive 2003/95/EC or Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS).
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