The T24-HR is a portable battery-powered roaming handheld which allows the viewing of an unlimited number of acquisition modules. By simply 'roaming' past the acquisition modules, the handheld will wake each device and display the data tag of the remote acquisition module on the LCD display. With user-friendly T24 toolkit software, the data tags can be set to allow identification of each acquisition device allowing the viewing experience to be tailored to each particular application.
The T24-HR is a display that is very simple to operate, with just two buttons; one to power the product on/off, the second to allow viewing of any detected devices that have been detected. The transmitter module with the highest signal strength and nearest to the handheld will initially be selected and displayed. The data tag of the transmitter module being read is displayed prior to the output reading, allowing identification of the data’s origin. Other transmitter modules can be displayed by scrolling.
The licence-free 2.4GHz radio signal provides a line-of-sight communication range of 800 metres (2,600 feet), extendable by the use of a repeater (T24-AR). The use of the latest DSSS radio technology minimises local radio interference and ensures data integrity and security.
The wide operating temperature range and the robust technology ensures that the T24-HR it is not susceptible to harsh physical or electrical environments.
LCM Systems can supply the T24 products integrated into various sensors, to form a wireless sensor system. There are several standard products which utilise the T24 range, including the TELSHACK, WLL and RILL ranges.
- 120 metre (400 feet) range maximum
- Environmentally sealed to IP65
- Licence exempt 2.4 GHz radio
- Remote battery check
- Roaming wireless handheld indicator
- Simple configuration via PC using base station with Telemetry Toolkit software
- Unlimited acquisition modules
- Wireless shackle load cells
- Wireless link load cells
- Hoist load monitoring
- Cable tension measurement
- Mast stay load monitoring