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RF Modules Boxed Radios - FHSS Boxed Radios - 802.15.4

802.11 Modules
Part DataSheet Manuals Frequency Transmit Power Data Rate
WSN802GC datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GC-E datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GCA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GCA-E datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GP datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GP-E datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GPA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps
WSN802GPA-E datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW 1-11 Mbps

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802.15.4 Modules
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power Data Rate  
LPR2430 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 1 mW 250 kbps
LPR2430A datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 1 mW 250 kbps
LPR2430ER datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps
LPR2430ERA datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps

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Proprietary FHSS Modules
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power Data Rate  
DNT2400C datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 1 to 100mW 500 kbps
DNT2400P datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 1 to 100mW 500 kbps
DNT24C datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100mW 250 kbps
DNT24CA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100mW 250 kbps
DNT24MC datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 or 63mW 250 kbps
DNT24MCA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 or 63mW 250 kbps
DNT24MP datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 or 63mW 250 kbps
DNT24MPA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 or 63mW 250 kbps
DNT24P datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100mW 250 kbps
DNT24PA datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100mW 250 kbps
DNT900C datasheet manual 900 MHz 1mW to 1W 500 kbps
DNT900P datasheet manual 900 MHz 1mW to 1W 500 kbps
DNT90C datasheet manual 900 MHz 150 mW 100 kbps
DNT90CA datasheet manual 900 MHz 150 mW 100 kbps
DNT90MC datasheet manual 900 MHz 40 or 158mW 100 kbps
DNT90MCA datasheet manual 900 MHz 40 or 158mW 100 kbps
DNT90MP datasheet manual 900 MHz 40 or 158mW 100 kbps
DNT90MPA datasheet manual 900 MHz 40 or 158mW 100 kbps
DNT90P datasheet manual 900 MHz 150 mW 100 kbps
DNT90PA datasheet manual 900 MHz 150 mW 100 kbps
WIT2410M4G datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2410S4G datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2411D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 1.23 Mbps
WIT2411F datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 1.23 Mbps
WIT2450FG datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 40 to 250 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2450M2 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 40 to 250 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2492M datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW to 100 mW 921.6 kbps
WIT910M datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps
WIT910M2 datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps
WIT910S datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps

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WirelessHART Modules
Part DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency Data Rate Output Power
XDM2510HC datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 250 kbps 8 dBm
XDM2510HP datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 250 kbps 8 dBm

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Wireless Mesh Modules
Part DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency Data Rate Output Power
XDM2510HC datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 250 kbps 8 dBm
XDM2510HP datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 250 kbps 8 dBm

Boxed Radios - FHSS 2.4 GHz Modules
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power Data Rate  
WIT2410M4G datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2410S4G datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2411D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 1.23 Mbps
WIT2411F datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 1.23 Mbps
WIT2450FG datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 40 to 250 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2450M2 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 40 to 250 mW 460.8 kbps
WIT2492M datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 mW to 100 mW 921.6 kbps
WIT910M datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps
WIT910M2 datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps
WIT910S datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 172.8 kbps

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Boxed Radios - FHSS I/O Modems & Relays
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power   Channels   Data Rate  
HNIO-091A datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
HNIO-091AR datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 55 172.8 kbps
HNIO-091AX datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 56 172.8 kbps
HNIO-091R datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 57 172.8 kbps
HNIO-091RR datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 58 172.8 kbps
HNIO-091RX datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 59 172.8 kbps
HNIO-241A datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
HNIO-241AR datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 76 460.8 kbps
HNIO-241AX datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 77 460.8 kbps
HNIO-241R datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 78 460.8 kbps
HNIO-241RR datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 79 460.8 kbps
HNIO-241RX datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 80 460.8 kbps

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Boxed Radios - FHSS Ethernet Bridge
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power   Channels   Data Rate  
SEM910 datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SEM910D datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SEM910DX datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SEM910X datasheet manual 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SEM2410 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SEM2410D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SEM2410DX datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SEM2410X datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SEM2411 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SEM2411D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SEM2411DX datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SEM2411LC datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SEM2411X datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps

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Boxed Radios - FHSS Access Points
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power   Channels   Data Rate  
SNAP910 datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SNAP910D datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SNAP910DX datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SNAP910X datasheet N/A 900 MHz 1 W 54 172.8 kbps
SNAP2410 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SNAP2410D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SNAP2410DX datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SNAP2410X datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 75 460.8 kbps
SNAP2411 datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SNAP2411D datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SNAP2411DX datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps
SNAP2411X datasheet manual 2.4 GHz 100 mW 43 1.23 Mbps

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Boxed Radios - 802.15.4 Serial Modems
Part   DataSheet   Manuals   Frequency   Transmit Power Data Rate   Description  
ZN-241G datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps Standalone RS-232 Serial 802.15.4 Modem providing 100mW transmit power, with DB9 Connector, Antenna, Power Supply, and Serial Cable
ZN-241GI datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps Standalone Half-duplex RS-485/RS-232 Serial 802.15.4 Modem with Screw Terminal Connector, Antenna, and Power Supply
ZN-241GIOEM datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps 10 Pack of the ZN-241GM without Antenna or Power Supply
ZN-241GOEM datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps (10 Pack of the ZN-241G without antenna, power supply or serial cable)
ZN-241GSK datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps Starter kit including 2 ZN-241Gs, 2 2 dBi Antennas, 2 Power Supplies, 2 Serial Cables and Windows-based Configuration Utility
ZN-241GU datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps Standalone USB Serial 802.15.4 Modem, Antenna, Power Supply, and USB Cable (Can be powered from USB port)
ZN-241GUOEM datasheet N/A 2.4 GHz 10 to 100 mW 250 kbps 10 Pack of the ZN-241GU without Antenna, Power Supply, or USB Cable

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Frequently Asked Questions About Murata RF Modules & Boxed Radios
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WSN-Series
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DNT Series FHSS Modules
Q) How do I obtain the latest firmware for the DNT Series Modules?

A) Click on the Firmware tab above to locate all firmware downloads.

Q) The DCD LED appears to be on even though the module is asleep.

A) In order to achieve the lowest sleep current possible the DCD will de-assert during sleep mode. This can be changed using the I/O Sleep State command under the I/O Setup bank.

Q) The module will no longer communicate when I connect it to my PC program.

A) Make sure that your program is asserting DTR. If you cannot determine this create a three wire serial cable (only pins 2, 3 and 5 should be connected).

Q) What is the highest power setting for the over the air rate of 500kbps?

A) The maximum power according to the FCC for this setting is 19dBm.

Q) Can the DNT900 be used in Europe?

A) The DNT900 can be used in North America and Austrialia/New Zealand. The DNT2400 can be used worldwide.

Q) Will I damage the radio if I do not have an antenna connected to it?

A) Yes, the module can be damaged especially at the higher power settings if an antenna is not connected.

Q) When should I use CSMA mode versus TDMA mode?

A) TDMA should be used if there are a few number of remotes, but these remotes must send information back to the base at the same time. You should also TDMA mode if you need deterministic arrival of data. In most other cases CSMA will work better.

Q) Are the two DNTs fully compatible with each other?

A) Yes they are drop in replacements for each other however the DNT900 transmitting more than 100mW of RF power will consume more power than the DNT2400 which has 100mW as the maximum RF power.

Q) Do I need to connect all the grounds on the module for it to work correctly?

A) Yes, all the ground need to be connected

Q) What is the latency of this radio?

A) The worst case latency will be twice the hop duration. Using the default values this would be 20ms.

Q) Can I write application code for this module

A) It is not possible with this module.

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LPR Series 802.15.4 Modules
Q) Can I write my own code for the module?

A) Yes, but you must purchase the development environment from TI.

Q) Is the module still FCC/ETSI certified if I write my own code?

A) Yes it is.

Q) What is the difference between the LPR2405 and LPR2430?

A) There is no difference except the physical footprint of the module. The LPR2430 design is the more recent design.

Q) What is the maximum serial throughput of the module?

A) The RF data rate is 250kbps, but the actual serial throughput rate is around 50kbps full dulex..

Q) Do I really need a 50 ohm trace from the module to the antenna connector?

A) Yes, if not the range will greatly be reduced.

Q) Will the LPR series module talk to another vendors 802.15.4 radio?

A) While the physical layer is the same for both modules, the network layer is different so the module will not be able to communicate with each other.

Q) What is the maximum power allowed in Europe for the LPR radio?

A) The maximum EIRP for the radio in Europe is 14 dBm (this includes the gain from the antenna)

Q) If I am streaming data to the radio, must I use the flow control pins (CTS/RTS)?

A) Yes. If you do not, there is a possibly that some data will be lost.

Q) Will the module change RF channels if it detects RF interference?

A) No, the module will do a clear channel assessment at bootup and will pick a clear channel from the channels enabled in the channel mask, but then it is up to the user to change channels.

Q) The module will not auto report. What am I missing?

A) Make sure that you have the Periodic Report Timer enabled which is located under the I/O Report Trigger located in the I/O Setup bank.

Q) Do I need to use a protocol to send serial data from one module to another module?

A) No, the module supports a transparent mode of operation where any data received from one module will be transmitted automatically to the other module

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WSN Series 802.11g Modules
Q) What firmware changes do I need to make in my code to support the 11Mbps version module?

A) Click Here for change document.

Q) How do I obtain a replacement module for the 11 Mb/s version of the WSN802G for the Developer Kit I previously purchased with the 1-2 Mb/s Module?

A) Click Here to request your replacement module.

Q) I cannot find the module using the discover button on the WSNConfig utility.

A) Some programs block UDP broadcast messages, so make sure that there are no other programs running on the PC such as a firewall. If this still does not help change the IP address of the PC to 192.168.3.200.

Q) I cannot read the I/O of the module.

A) Make sure the module is awake by either pressing the WAKE IN button or installing a jumper on the ALWAYS ON header. Also make sure that the IP address of the module is entered into the IP Address field of WSNConfig

Q) Can I write my code for the module?

A) Yes, but you must purchase the development kit from Gainspan and use their API.

Q) Is the SPI operational?

A) The SPI port is operational on all modules revision F or later.

Q) Does the module support Ad Hoc Mode?

A) Yes, modules revision F or later support Ad Hoc mode.

Q) Will the module work with 802.11n router?

A) Yes, as long as the router is configured to only operate on a single RF channel.

Q) Does the module support TCP/IP?

A) We are currently working on a firmware update that will support TCP/IP

Q) Does the module have an Ethernet interface?

A) The module currently has a UART interface; module versions F or later also have a Master/Slave SPI port.

Q) Does the module support over the air (OTA) upgrades?

A) Yes the module supports both OTA and serial upgrades.

Q) Can the module receive RF data while it is asleep?

A) The module must be awake to receive RF data.

Q) Can the module work with just an Access Point and not a router?

A) Yes the module will work fine with just an AP, but there must be a DHCP server present at first, so the module can obtain an initial IP address.

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Utility Software
Module Firmware

Utility Software
Part Program Version Size
APHunter v1.03 0.8 MB
DNT900C/P/2400C/P DNTCalc v1.02 1 MB
DNT900C/P/2400C/P DNTDemo v2.02 1.5 MB
DNT900C/P/2400C/P DNTWizard v2.00 1.5 MB
HNWizard v5.23 1.3 MB
IPHunter v1.3 0.8 MB
LPR2430/A/ER/ERA LPRDemo20 v2.02 1.5 MB
RF Monitoring v1.1 1.3 MB
SNAPCOM v1.1 0.7 MB
WinCOM v2.38 1 MB
WinSEM v1.3 0.8 MB
WinSNAP v1.3 0.8 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA WSNApp v0.85 1.2 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA WSNConfig v1.03 1.8 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA WSNConfig v2.04 2.1 MB
XDMConsole v1.00c 1.3 MB
XDMUtility v1.00 0.9 MB
ZMN2430/A/HP/HPA ZBDemo v2.35 1.1 MB
ZNWizard v1.02 0.8 MB
ZMN2430/A/HP/HPA Zprog v0.90 0.9 MB

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Module Firmware
Part Version Release Date Size
CD0046 - DNT Rev D 5/14/2010 38.4 MB
CD0047 - WSN Rev C 1/25/2010 28.7 MB
CD0048 - LPR Rev A 8/5/2009 28.2 MB
DNT2400C/P v2.0.0201 5/14/2010 0.3 MB
DNT900C All revs DNT900P Rev H and Later v2.0.0201 5/14/2010 0.3 MB
DNT900P Prior to Rev H v1.8.0118 2/22/2010 0.1MB
LPR2430/A/ER/ERA v2.0.68 5/8/2009 0.1 MB
USB Drivers v2.06.02 3/31/2010 1 MB
WIT2450FG v1.37 5/29/2008 0.1 MB
WIT2450M2 v2.11 5/29/2008 0.1 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA Prior to Rev F v1.1.745 1/25/2010 0.1 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA Rev F v2.0.484 8/18/2010 0.3 MB
WSN802GC/CA/P/PA Rev F and Later v2.0.1424 11/18/2010 2 MB

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Application Notes
Case Studies
White Papers

Application Notes
AN2200-4
ZN241G & DM2200 Remote Control Mesh
AN80201
Wireless Temperature Sensor
ANM1001
A Solar Energy Harvester for Wireless Sensor Networks
ANM1002
Sizing Solar Energy Harvesters for Wireless Sensor Networks
DM1810-DK CD
DM1810-DK Development Kit CD
DM1810-QK CD
DM1810-QK Quick Kit CD
DM2200-DK CD
DM2200-DK Development Kit CD

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Case Studies
Automated manufacturing
Wireless IP networking brings efficiency to high-volume monogramming and embroidery.
Automated Multi-Feed Fertilizer Spreader
Building Automation and Control
Commercial Remote Control with Multiple Inputs and Outputs
Digital sign control
A maker of commercial electronic signs chose RFM HopNet wireless serial modems to replace costly cabling runs.
Electrical transmission substation monitoring
A major power supplier monitors extremely remote substations wirelessly.
Environmental monitoring
Scientists continuously monitor delicate coastal wetlands that can’t easily be wired.
Heavy duty automation
Wireless communications from databases to crane scales automate aluminum manufacturing.
High Speed Railway Crossing Gate Closing System
Industrial Equipment Monitoring System
Industrial Remote Temperature Monitoring and Alarm System
Irrigation Monitoring System
Lighting control at major events
Lighting major outdoor events without the cost of temporary wiring runs.
Motion picture animatronics
Keeping wires from spoiling illusions in movies and amusement parks.
Nuclear power plant radiation monitoring
FHSS transmission links workers’ sensors to monitoring stations in hostile environments.
Outdoor Signage
Parking control
Upgrading a parking facility to monitor space availability without cutting cable trenches.
Poultry Farm Environment Monitoring and Control
Real-time vehicle tracking
Continuously tracking a moving vehicle with accuracy to within one meter.
Remote operation of dangerous machinery
Operating extremely dangerous chippers and cable trenchers from a safe distance.
Remote Street Lighting Management
Remote Tank Farm Monitoring
Wireless heart monitoring
Enabling heart patients to move throughout a hospital while monitored at nurses' stations.

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White Papers
Wireless Communications for Industrial Applications
This paper examines the unique requirements and challenges of wireless communications in an industrial setting and provides an overview of RFM wireless products designed specifically for these applications. The information presented serves as a guide for systems integrators and end users responsible for factory floor automation, industrial/PLC control, SCADA, telemetry and related data communications applications. (~ 136 KB, Adobe PDF format.)
Wireless Transceivers—Make or Buy?
In choosing to add wireless data capability to a new or existing product, every designer faces a critical decision: whether to engineer the functionality in-house or buy a ready-made module for the application. This paper provides a cost analysis to explore the relative merits of each approach. (~ 160 KB, Adobe PDF format)

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