BEA's 900 MHz compact transmitters and receiver allow wireless activation of any door control. FCC Part 15 certification ensures proper compliance with federal radio frequency regulations.
900 MHz wireless technology provides greater line-of-sight transmission distance than legacy wireless frequencies. It also provides better penetration of obstacles such as walls, partitions, doors or low-emissivity glass.
BEA's 900 MHz series of wireless devices includes the touchless retrofit transmitter for easy upgrade of touch push plates to touchless solutions, which typically require additional wires to be run for installation.
A combination of the industry's most compact 900 MHz transmitters and receiver for optimal installation convenience
Multi-color LEDs on receiver provides installer with visual notification of signal strength and activation status
Frequency hopping allows consistent transmission in areas with other 900 MHz devices
A compact battery-powered, hardwired transmitter is ideal for push plate applications
1, 2, 3 and 4 button hand-held transmitters provide flexibility where multiple receivers are used
Extended hold and toggle/pulse functionality is integrate for various application needs
Delay and no-delay learn modes provide either instant or delayed activation for sequencing doors
Frequency: 908-918 MHz (frequency hopping)
Emitted Radio Power -25 dBm (TX)
RD900 40 mA
TD900HHx 30 mA
TD900PB 30 mA
TD900RT 22 mA
Supply Voltage: 12-24 VAC/DC
1.0 A @ 30 VDC
0.5 A @ 125 VAC
0.3 A @ 60 VDC
Temperature Range: 14°F to 131°F (-10°C to 55°C)
Programmable Units Per Receiver: 75
Red - Receiver learn
Blue - Relay activation
Tri-color - Signal strength
RD900 - 2.5 in (W) x 2.0 in (D) x 0.75 in (H)
TD900HHx - 2.75 in (W) x 1.38 in (D) x 0.56 in (H)
TD900PB - 1.75 in (W) x 1.0 in (D) x 0.3 in (H)
TD900RT - 1.72 in (W) x 1.06 in (D) x 0.32 in (H)
Category: Access Control, Access Management, Hardwired
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