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RV-M7-DIN

DIN rail mounting clips. Two clips included. These clips are secured tothe the bottom of the M7 series of radio modems. When secured to the the M7, the M7 will clip onto a standard DIN rail.
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DB9M-TB

The field termination terminal block is very useful for interfacing the M7 radio modem with the RS-485 and RS-422 devices. Customer ordering the RS422/485 option should also order this field termination block because it makes installation very easy.

PS-60

AC-DC power supply for M7 series of data radios.

Specifications:

Output Voltage………………………..12V DC
Input Voltage………………………….100-240 VAC 50-60Hz
Maximum DC Current Out……………5A
DC Connector………………………….1J165-3 type for connection to M7

RT-CB-H1

DC power cord for M7 series data radio modems. Each M7 radio is shipped with one, RT-CB-H1.

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RT-M7-HS

Heatsink Option for M7 series of data radios. With this option, the M7 will operate at up to 100% duty cycle with an ambient temperature of 45C. With air circulating on the heatsink fins, the M7 may be operated at 100% duty cycle up to 50C.

RV-SP-x

In-Line DC Surge Protector. The RV-SP-x is designed to be plugged in-line with the DC input to electrical devices that may be subject to over-voltage (> 16V) events, large transient voltage spikes, electrical noise, or RF noise. It filters the DC and protects the connected device from over-voltage and transient events.

M7-USB

USB Option for M7 series of data radios. USB option replaces the standard DB9 RS232 serial connector with a USB 2.0 MINI-B connector and internal a USB-Serial bridge. All features and functions of the M7 remain available via the USB connection.
Picture of M7 with USB option installed.
M7-USB Option Technical Information.

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RG-K5 Raspberry Pi Hat

The RG-K5 is an interface board to connect a Raveon RV-V50 or RV-Z50 radio modem to a Raspberry pi processor board. The hat also provides many features such as EEPROM memory, Arduino CPU, watchdog, and a 3-axis accelerometer.

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