On 2.4 GHz

A wireless mesh network based on the SNAP® (Synapse Network Application Protocol) software stack is instant-on, self-forming, and self-healing. Creating applications to run on the nodes forming the network is fast, efficient, updated over-the-air, and does not require embedded programming skills. In fact, users can administer and manage a SNAP® based network without actually having to know anything about the details of wireless networks.

This approach makes wireless technology accessible to a much broader range of users, including monitoring and control in consumer, commercial, industrial, and government markets. Uses range from building automation (lighting, security, HVAC) to industrial control and machine communication, medical monitoring, security applications and home automation.

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Series table for lineup On 2.4 GHz
Series/TypeDatasheetOperating TemperatureSize (mm) (mm)Rx Sensitivity (dBm)
-40°C to +85°C
15.6 mm x 8.7 mm x 1.9 mm
-98 @ BER 10-³
-40°C to +85°C
44.5mm x 39.5mm x 11.3mm
-105 dBm Typical At 1% Packet Error Rate
-40°C To +85°C
35mm X 15mm X 3.5mm
-105 dBm Typical At 1% Packet Error Rate
-40°C To +85°C
35mm X 15mm X 3.5mm
-92 dBm Typical At 1% Packet Error Rate
-40°C To +85°C
20.0mm X 26.5mm X 3.0mm
–97dBm at 1% Packet Error Rate

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