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Sure Cross® Point-to-Point with Repeater Network Products

The advantage of using a repeater is its ability to extend range and get around radio signal obstacles.

  • For a standalone network, a Gateway is used as a repeater between two Nodes
  • A host-controlled network uses a master and slave radio with a repeater between them

Form Factor Family Name I/O or Signal Types Network Size
PM2 and PM8 I/O Mapping Pre-mapped PM2 and PM8 I/O Mapping Discrete, analog

2 Nodes using 1 Gateway as a repeater

Serial Data Radios Serial Data (SR) Radios RS-485
RS-232

1 Master radio, 1 repeater radio, and 1 slave radio

Ethernet Data Radios Ethernet (ER) Data Radios TCP/IP
RS-232, RS-485

1 Master radio, 1 repeater radio, and 1 slave radio

Performance GatewaysPerformance Nodes Performance Gateways and Nodes Discrete, analog, temperature, counter, relative humidity 2 Nodes using 1 Gateway as a repeater
MultiHop Radio with internal wiring MultiHop Modbus I/O Discrete, analog, temperature, counter, relative humidity 1 Master radio, 1 repeater radio, and 1 slave radio
MultiHop Board Modules MultiHop HB Board Modules Discrete, analog, temperature, counter, relative humidity 1 Master radio, 1 repeater radio, and 1 slave radio

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