Wireless I/O & Data Radios

Easily replace discrete, analog, serial, and ethernet signal wires. With no setup software needed, data radios are easy to apply, use, and support.  With wireless I/O, you can create expandable point-to-multi-point wireless networks that distribute I/O over large areas.

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  1. PM Series - Wire Replacement

    An I/O radio network that combines long range line-of-sight coverage with ease of deployment and use. The PM2 Series has four sourcing discrete inputs, four sourcing discrete outputs, two analog inputs and two analog outputs in both the Gateway and the Node.

  2. Serial Data Radios

    Sure Cross® MultiHop Serial Data Radios are wireless industrial communication devices used to extend the range of serial communication networks.

  3. Ethernet Data Radios

    Sure Cross® MultiHop Ethernet Data Radios are wireless industrial communication devices used to create point to multipoint configurations of wireless Ethernet networks.

  4. Performance Series Gateways and Nodes

    Create point-to-multi point networks that distribute I/O over large areas. Input and output types include discrete (dry contact, PNP/NPN), analog (0 to 10 V dc, 0 to 20 mA), temperature (thermocouple and RTD), and pulse counter.

  5. MultiHop Modbus I/O Data Radios

    MultiHop Modbus Data Radios extend the range of Modbus or other serial communication networks. Each radio may be set to act as either a master, repeater or slave. Models are available with built in discrete and analog I/O, which can be accessed using the Modbus protocol.

  6. Hazardous Area Radios - Metal Housing

    Hazardous area radios are a state-of-the-art combination of wireless communication, battery technology and intrinsically safe electronics. Networks are formed using DX80 Preformance Gateways installed beyond the hazardous area and one or more Nodes operating in the same frequency band.