- Wireless Sensor Networks
Solve challenging factory applications or add sensing to existing industrial systems. Banner's Wireless Q45 Sensors are the first self-contained wireless standard photoelectric sensor solution designed for your most challenging control and monitoring applications.
Download the Wireless Q45 Sensors brochure for more information about the available models and their accessories.
AutoCAD, IGES, PDF, and STEP files are available for download on the 3D Models page.
Each model is powered by two 3.6V AA lithium batteries integrated into the housing. The available SureCross Wireless Q45 Sensor models are:
Sensing Range: 0.15 m to 6 m (6 inches to 20 feet)
1½ inch focal point
Two dry contacts or one Turck Namur inductive proximity sensor
Sensing Range: 4 feet using IP23S fibers in opposed mode; or 4 inches using BT23S fibers in diffuse mode
Sensing Range: 300 mm (12 inches)
|DX80N2Q45BL-RG||Button with Red/Green Light||166831|
|DX80N2Q45BL-RG-L||Button with Red/Green Light, powered by 10-30V dc||150864|
Temperature and Relative Humidity when used with M12FTH4Q
Temperature when used with M12FT4Q
AutoCAD, PDF, IGES, and DXF files of each of these Wireless Q45 Sensors are available for download on the 3D Models page.
The following Gateways are designed to work with the Wireless Q45 Sensors. DIP switches allow the user to select one of the defined I/O mapping configurations to automatically map the Wireless Q45 Sensors to the Gateway.
|-Q and -QC Model, 2.4 GHz||-B2Q and -B2T Board Modules, 2.4 GHz|
|Model||Housing||Number of Wireless Q45 Sensors Supported||Datasheet||Quick Start Guides|
|DX80G2M6-Q||IP67||Supports up to six Wireless Q45 Sensors using discrete outputs; supports up to 47 Wireless Q45 Sensors using a Modbus interface||161862|
Supports up to two Wireless Q45 Sensors
Works with up to two Wireless Q45 Sensor Node with discrete I/O or up to two PB2 Node Board Modules (using the pre-mapped I/O DIP switch settings)
Works with up to 47 Wireless Q45 Sensor Nodes or PB2 Node Board Modules when using a Modbus host controller system
|164298||164994 (American English)
|DX80G2M6-B2T||Board Module||Works with one Wireless Q45 Temperature and Humidity Sensor Node||179524||179843|
The following are some of the accessories available for Wireless Q45 Sensor Networks.
|MQDMC-406||Cordset, 4-pin M12 Euro-style, male, 6 feet|
|FIC-M12M4||Connector, 4-pin M12 Euro-style, field wireable|
|SMB30SC||Bracket, swivel, plastic|
|SMB30A||Bracket, right angle, stainless steel|
|BWA-BATT-006||Batteries, 3.6V, 2 AA lithium, 2 pack|
|BWA-2O5-C||Antenna, Omni, 2.4 GHz, 5 dBi, RP-SMA male, 6½ inches|
|BWA-2O7-C||Antenna, Omni, 2.4 GHz 7 dBi, RP-SMA male, 9¼ inches|
|BWC-1MRSFRSB1||Antenna Cable, RG58, RP-SMA to RP-SMAF, Bulkhead, 1M|
|BWC-LMRSFRPB||Surge Suppressor, bulkhead, RP-SMA|
|PSDINM-24-10||Power Supply, 24V, 1.0 Amp, DIN Rail|
|DIN-35-70||DIN Rail, 35mm design, 70mm long|
|SMBDX80DIN||Din Rail Bracket for standard DX80 housing|
|BWA-HW-034||DIN Rail Bracket for small -B2Q Gateway Board Module|
|BWA-EF14128||Enclosure, fiberglass, 14" x 12" x 8"|
|BWA-PA1412||Back Panel for enclosure|
|BENC-4||Enclosure for -B2Q Gateway Board Module|
Using Wireless Q45 Sensors to Call for Parts. Production operators needed a way to easily call the forklift drivers to deliver additional parts or to remove completed assemblies from the work stations. Because the production area is frequently reconfigured when production requirements change, a wired system would require time-consuming rewiring with every reconfiguration.
Monitoring Door Switches Using Wireless Q45 Sensors. A major supplier of bulk food ingredients has recently been asked by its customer to verify the building is secure at all times. To achieve this, multiple door and window access points throughout the plant need to be constantly monitored.
Increasing Production Efficiency with the Wireless Q45 Sensors. Using Wireless Q45 Sensors and EZ-LIGHTs, the customer created a notification system. Each production area has one switch box and one tower light connected to the input on a Wireless Q45 Sensor with dry contact inputs. When a manager or technician is needed on the production line, an employee flips a switch.
The following Wireless Q45 Sensor videos are available on YouTube: