WIRELESS SAFETY DEVICES
TRANSCEIVER INTERFACE FOR SAFETY EDGES
SAFEPRC4 - 433 MHz "FM"
SAFEPRC8 - 868 MHz "FM"
SAFETY EDGE SIGNAL INPUT NC/8.2kΩ
STATIONARY WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER SAFETY SYSTEM
SAFEDECX4 - 433 MHz "FM"
SAFEDECX8 - 868 MHz "FM"
SAFETY DEVICES 8
SAFETY OUTPUTS 3 NC/8.2kΩ
MAXIMUM RANGE 30 m
PROTECTION GRADE IP65
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE -20..+55°C
Radiosafe is made up of high technology appliances protected by robust and practical containers with an elevated degree of protection against inclement weather.
The transmission via radio between the transceiver interface (safety edge interface) and the stationary transceiver eliminates the need for one or more safety edges to be connected to the programmer by wires. This allows for a more manageable and secure application of the safety edge directly on to the gate in movement. Radiosafe is ahighly professional appliance categorised as a safety device and used with Cardin safety edges it conforms to the European safety standard EN12978.
The transceiver interface is wired directly to the safety edge on the moving part of the installation.
The stationary transceiver is able to manage up to 8 security devices via radio and is fitted with 3 safety outputs NO/8.2kΩ set by jumpers. The semi-transparent cover allows the status of the safety devices and the level of charge in the batteries on the transceiver interface to be controlled visually by means of LEDs.
Each radio controlled safety device can be associated with one of the three safety outputs by means of a dip-switch.
The 3V Cardin Lithium battery supplied with the appliance is highly reliable under all weather conditions and furnishes a high level of safety and top performance in all environments.
Note: The choice of operating frequency for the safety edge should be made after taking into consideration the operating frequency of the other appliances in the installation.
e.g. If the command appliances are working at a frequency of 433 MHz it is good practise to use a safety edge that works at a frequency of 868 MHz and vice-versa.