RM024

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RAMP MODULES

The RM024 RAMP module is based on Laird's LT2510 core technology, enhanced with a new RF front end for improved sleep, improved link budget and a switchable antenna output. The RM024 is available in two versions, one with 125 mW maximum conducted output power and approved for North American and similar markets and one with 10 mW maximum conducted output power and approved for European and similar markets. These modules are identical except for output power, transmit power consumption, and the number of RF Channels available. Differences between the two versions, where applicable, will be denoted based on part number. Enhanced API commands provide packet routing control and network intelligence. With its field-proven FHSS air interface protocol, the RM024 rejects RF noise, excels in multipath scenarios, allows for co-located systems, and provides an extremely reliable communication link. It also provides a more robust, but simpler, link than ZigBee for RF applications that do not require a mesh topology.

 

 

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Specifications Features

• Retries and acknowledgements

• Configurable network parameters

• Multiple generic I/O

• 280 kbps or 500 kbps RF data stream

• Idle current draw of 9.5 mA, sleep current of .38 uA

• Software selectable interface baud rates from 1200 bps to 230.4 kbps

• Upgradable FW through serial port

• Low cost, low power, and small size ideal for high volume, portable, and battery powered applications

All modules are qualified for an industrial temperature range (-40°C to 85°C)

Advanced configuration available using AT commands

Easy to use Configuration & Test Utility software

Switchable antenna output, either integrated antenna or external antenna through U.FL

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