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MobileCollect Wireless
Specifications


 

About MobileCollect
MobileCollect
is a wireless measurement collection system consisting of one or more Bases (receivers) connected to a PC receiving wireless data from multiple Mobile Modules and/or Remotes (transmitters).  MobileCollect supports digital gages and RS-232 serial devices.

MobileCollect supports a wide range of digital gages and RS-232 devices from manufacturers including Mitutoyo, Mahr Federal, Ono Sokki, Fowler, INSIZE, Starrett, Sylvac, Ohaus, Mettler Toledo, etc. and our own GageWay line of interfaces.

Mobile Module Transmitters

Specification

Mini Mobile Module

RS-232 Mobile Module

Command Mobile Module
Size 1.70" x 1.17" x .59" 2.13" x 1.44" x .79" 2.13" x 1.44" x .79"
Weight 1.0 oz 1.6 oz 1.5 oz
Range Up to 133' line of site indoors Up to 133' line of site indoors Up to 133' line of site indoors
Power requirements CR2032 Lithium Coin Cell CR2 Photo Lithium battery CR2 Photo Lithium battery
Battery life Typically in excess of 500,000 readings Varies based upon requirements of connected RS-232 device Will depend upon transmitter on time
LED status indicators

Gage read successful
Data received by base
Additional patterns available for status and diagnostics

Read & Setup Button Life

1,000,000 cycles

Baud rates N/A 1,200 to 9,600
Security 32-bit encryption for secure transmissions
Frequency 2.4 GHz (2.4000 to 2.4835 GHz) ISM Baud (Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
Operating & temperature humidity 32oF - 122oF
90% humidity; non-condensing
Approved for use North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe

 

Remote Transmitters

Specification


Digital Remote


RS-232 Remote
Size 3.63" x 2.61" x 1.10" 3.63" x 2.61" x 1.10"
Weight 2.7 oz 2.7 oz
Range Up to 133' line of site indoors Up to 133' line of site indoors
Power requirements

Power supplied by 5VDC USB AC adapter

Power supplied by 5VDC USB AC adapter

Battery life N/A N/A
LED Status Indications Power on
Data packet received
Received signal strength
Power on
Data packet received
Received signal strength
Read & Setup Button Life N/A N/A
Baud rates N/A 600 to 38.4K
Security 32-bit encryption for secure transmissions
Frequency

2.4 GHz (2.4000 to 2.4835 GHz) ISM Baud (Industrial, Scientific & Medical)

Operating & temperature humidity 32oF - 122oF
90% humidity; non0condensing
Approved for use North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe

 

Bases Receivers

Specification


USB Base


RS-232/USB Base


MicroBase

Size 3.63" x 2.61" x 1.10" 1.79" x 0.79" x 0.42"
Weight 2.7 oz 0.25 oz
Range Up to 133' line of site indoors
Power requirements Power supplied by PC USB port

Power supplied by 5VDC USB AC adapter when using the DB9 serial port.

Power supplied by PC USB port when using the USB connection.

Power supplied by PC USB port
PC connection USB port (looks like a serial port to your application) DB9 RS-232 port or USB port USB port (looks like a serial port to your application)
Read switch connectors 1 on front of unit.  Option to add 2 additional to front for a total of 3. 1 on front of unit.  Option to add 2 additional to front for a total of 3. None
Baud rates 9600 to 38.4K
LED status indicators Power on
Wireless data packet received
Received signal strength (3 LEDs)
Power on
Receive command from PC
Wireless data packet received
Output format User-defined ASCII string
Frequency 2.4 GHz (2.4000 to 2.4835 GHz) ISM Baud (Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
Operating & temperature humidity 32oF - 122oF
90% humidity; non-condensing
Approved for use North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe

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Revised November 21, 2017