Spinwave Systems' Wireless Mesh Repeater/Router significantly extends the range and node count of wireless sensor networks. The wireless sensor network (based on IEEE 802.15.4) outsmarts changing RF interferences with self-adapting frequency agility (patent pending).The installation of multiple Mesh Repeaters/Routers provides alternate wireless communication paths from sensors to wireless receiver modules thus improving the network's ability to cope with obstacles. The wireless network will automatically "heal" and reconfigure itself if a communication path is obstructed. Wireless Mesh Repeaters/Routers are line powered and, due to flexible installation options, can be mounted hidden in suspended ceilings or, alternatively, in the occupied space of buildings mounted on the ceiling or wall. Spinwave's wireless mesh network supports up to thirty Mesh Repeaters/Routers.
Modbus, Modbus TCP
Long battery life: 3-8 years; Self-forming and self-healing network; flexible mounting options to accommodate a broad range of installation requirements
Radio Characteristics: 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.15.4, Receiver Sensitivity -95dBm, Receiver Adjacent Channel Rejection +/-5MHz, 46/39 dB, Receiver Alternate Channel Rejection +/-10MHz, 58/55 dB; Open field Range: Receiver/Router: up to 3500 ft. (1 km), Receiver/Sensor: up to 700 ft. (230 m) In-building Range per hop (Sensor to Repeater or Repeater to Repeater) 120 ft. (40 m) in typical commercial office building; transmission interval: 21 seconds, user configurable