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HX19T16-IP42 and HX19T12-IP42 RFID Ultrasonic Position Transmitter

HX19T16-IP42 / HX19T12-IP42

The HX19T16 / 12 is a low power ultrasonic RFID position transmitter. It emits identity with both 2.4Ghz traverse waves and ultrasonic longitudinal waves. This transmitter is good for long range positioning up to 14 meters. There is an option for internal fixed or rechargeable battery, charged through a micro-usb socket provided. Some versions come with internal 3V battery. Battery lifetime is in terms of months to years, depending on the usage and sleep modes. Wireless 2.4Ghz bi-directional communication, provide access to the internal command system and the hx19 network. XYZ coordinates for this transmitter externally computed for autonomous navigation, can stream through the micro-USB serial (pin) channel at 16s/s. 

35 x 35 x 19 mm, ABS plastic enclosure. Sonic surface: Open. IP42

HX19T16 beam pattern HX19T12 beam pattern
HX19T16 is designed for long range forwards transmission, or up to 14m when paired with a HX19R16.

HX19T12 is designed for wide spread transmission 120 degrees, with range up to 10m when paired with a HX19R12.

HX19T16-IP42 and  HX19T12-IP42 Specification

Supply Voltage External 2.9 - 4.5 Volts DC
Supply Voltage Internal 2.9 - 4.5 Volts DC
Consumption @ Sleep 0.03mA Signal rate 0.02s/s
Consumption @ Standby 0.2 mA Signal rate 0.16s/s
Consumption @ Action 6 mA Signaling rate 16s/s
Top Box Size (metric) 35 x 35 x 19 mm Millimeters
Weight 17g / 0.6oz without batteries
Top Box Size (Imperial) 1.38 x 1.38 x 0.75 " Inches
Range HX19T16 up to 14 meters Depending on receiver type
Range HX19T12 up to 10 meters Depending on receiver type
Ultrasonic vibrating Surface Open  
Protection Ratings IP42 Compliant
Radio Frequency 2.4-2.523Ghz three step power configuration  
RF user com channels 125 User selectable
RF Communication 250K baud  
* Batteries are not shipped with the units due to regulatory restriction, this device takes batteries available in most hardware stores. If rechargeable is desired, hexamite recommends LIR2032

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