The right receiver for Zone 2 hazardous areas
R explosion proof R13 ATEX Z2 receivers are created for hazardous areas, which is why it is crucial for them to keep high security standards.
Features and benefits
The locating of available frequencies or better-quality ones takes place automatically without any user intervention. This makes it more convenient for the user, and allows productivity to be increased as it almost completely cuts the downtime of the equipment and, therefore, of the machine being operated through the remote control device.
Worldwide compatible multi-band radio. Possibility of full-duplex communication. Easily customizable via EEPROM.
Possibility of working with a single transmitter and multiple receivers at the same time.
|Receiver||R13 ATEX Z2|
|Stop function||Cat. 3 – PLd|
|Frequency band||Multiband (400 – 930 MHz)|
|AC Power Supply||230 Vac|
|DC Power Supply||Na|
|ON / OFF outputs (Max.)||13|
|Analogue Outputs (Max.)||Na|
|ON / OFF inputs (Max.)||Na|
|Analogue Inputs (Max.)||Na|
|Maximum output Current||8A|
|Working Temperature Range||-20C + 50C (-4F + 122F)|
|Dimensions (LxWxH mm)||245x160x80|
|Associated Transmitters||T70 1 ATEX/ T70 2 ATEX|
|Type||Name||Language||Valid for||Updated||Download||File type|
|Data sheet||R13 ATEX Z2 Receiver Data Sheet||English||Multiple||29 May, 2019||646.4 KB|
|User guide||R70 ATEX Receiver User Manual||Spanish, Castilian||Multiple||29 May, 2019||3.2 MB|
|User guide||R70 ATEX Receiver User Manual||English||Multiple||28 Mar, 2019||3.3 MB|