ZumLink OEM radios are ideal for integration in networks, systems, and devices used by oil and gas, precision agriculture, water / wastewater, smart cities, and utilities. They provide a Cost, Size, Weight, and Power (CSWaP) advantage with their small, lightweight form factor, industry-leading low power consumption, and low-cost integration. Conformal coating is available for applications with salt spray, moisture, dust, or corrosion concerns.
Unlicensed 900 MHz Spectrum - Cost-effective, easy to deploy:
High Speed Data Rates - Five RF link rates supporting from 80 kbps to 4 Mbps
Long Range - Up to 97 km (60 miles) with clear line of sight
Low Power - 355 mA @ 12V in transmit; 145 mA @ 12V in receive
Secure - Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology; SSH, SNMP, 128- and 256-bit AES counter mode encryption options
Industrial Grade - Class I, Division 2 certified; operating in temperatures from -40°C to +75°C
Leverages FreeWave’s Network Accelerators - Packet Compression, packet aggregation, forward error correction, and adaptive spectrum learning to maximize network efficiency
IQ-Ready - Software upgradable to include FreeWave’s IQ Application Environment, a Linux-based platform to deploy and run edge applications
Warranty - 2 Years
Mating Connectors for Z9-PC
The following is a list of recommended mating connectors for the MM2 900 MHZ OEM products.
Most of the connectors on the boards are Samtec connectors. You can access their website at the following link to find mating connectors for the items listed below. If you enter the connector PN on the board in the website search, the page will display compatible mating connectors for it down the page a bit.
The Z9-PC, Z9-PC-SR001 have a Samtec TMM-105-06-G-D-SM-A-P-TR connector for the 10-pin COM and Ethernet ports:
- Compatible Samtec mating Models (CLT, ESQT, MMS, SMM, SQT, SQW, TCSD, TLE)
- Pitch: 2.00 mm (.0787")
- NOTE: the TCSD is a cable with the connector.
Some additional Mating connectors for this:
If that link doesn’t work, here are 2 more examples:
In addition to the FreeWave MIB files below the following MIB file will be needed to use SNMP:
The FLOAT-TC-MIB file can be downloaded from this link if you do not have it.