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FTR970B-PRO – Nokeval

Recording receiver in a field enclosure for radio with data logging used with Nokeval MTR and FTR series radio transmitters

The FTR970-PRO is radio data receiver with data logging used with Nokeval MTR and FTR series radio transmitters. The device can receive, unpack and buffer data packets into its memory from transmitters. It identifies automatically type of a transmitter, so it can be used simultaneously with different transmitters and with different transmit periods.

The FTR970-PRO uses license free frequency range of 433.92 MHz, so it can be used freely in areas where this so called ISM frequency range is allowed, covering almost whole of Europe. Receiver can be connected to computer using RS485, RS-232 or USB bus. The PRO receiver can be used with Ovaport web service, or any software supporting Modbus RTU or Nokeval SCL. Nokeval SCL or Modbus RTU protocols are used for data transfer. When RS-485 is used there can be several FTR970-PRO devices on the bus and they can be positioned to cover larger receive area. Receiver has four diagnostics leds and it needs operating voltage between 8..30 VDC.

Technical specifications

Bus protocol: Modbus RTU, Nokeval SCL and NOPSA

Bus interface: RS-232, RS-485 and USB

Baud rates: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400

Programming: Mekuwin

Memory: 2 MB Flash, 150 000 samples

Supply voltage: 24 VDC: 8...30 VDC

Current consumption: max 80 mA

Maximum ambient temperature: 60°C

Minimum ambient temperature: -30°C

Case material: ABS plastic, gray

Installation: wall mount

Protection class: IP65

Cable glands: 1x PG-11

CheckOptional with calibration

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