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Serial RS232 Wireless RF Radio, Economy, 1600 FT


  • Part: YSC10U
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$49.50

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Description

If you need to communicate over more than 300 feet which is the maximum distance for Class 2 Bluetooth and don't have Wi-Fi available then these serial wireless RS232 RF radios offers easy and convenient wireless bi-directional RS232 serial networking capabilities broadcasting in the unlicensed 433.30MHz band.

Great for serial RS232 wireless communication with printers, building control, scales, alarm and security devices, CNC's and manufacturing machinery and most other general and industrial serial devices.

Each radio works as a transceiver which means it can both transmit and receive data, however not at the same time (half-duplex only). It can be configured for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint communication which makes upgrading or expanding your existing network easy. See our serial wireless RF setup examples for details.

Each package contains one serial wireless RS232 RF radio. You will need two radios to setup a communication link.

The radios can be powered by the included USB cable or an external standard wall plug 110VAC/5VDC adapter (not included).

The parameters of these radios must be configured through the RS232 interface. If your computer does not have a serial COM port, we highly recommend using a reliable quality USB to RS232 serial converter such as our Pro USB to RS232 adapter which is fully compatible with these radios.

serial wireless adapter setup

Overall features
  • Economical low-cost model
  • RS232 interface
  • Easy to setup and use
  • Works without an operating system
  • Power supply: 5VDC
  • Can be combined with RS232 - RS485
    converter for RS485 devices
  • Parameters configurable via serial port
  • Unlicensed open frequency
Included items
  • Serial RF transciever
  • USB/DC adapter cable
  • SMA antenna

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Useful optional accessories
(not included)

usb power supply
110V/5VDC Power adapter



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SPECIFICATIONS
Model number YSC10U
Operating system Windows XP, Vista, 7
Interface RS232, DB9 Female
Signals supported TX and RX
Communication mode Half-duplex
RF power 50mW/ 17dBm
Buffer 128bytes
Receiving current less than 20mA
Transmitting current max 40mA
Number of channels 12
Baud rates 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200bps
Parity None, Even, Odd
Stop bits 1
Data bits 8 (6 and 7 bits not supported)
Processor Philips 8-bit microcontroller LPC922F
RF Transceiver Texas Instruments CC1101
Typ. range 1 max 300m/1000 feet (BER=105@9600bps)
Typ. range 2 max 500m/1600 feet (BER=105@1200bps)
Frequency range 429.00 ~ 433.30MHz
Switch time for TX/RX 10ms
Receiving sensitivity 108dBm (@9600bps)
Size 47 × 24 × 6mm (without antenna port)
Interchangeable with YSC30L No
Power supply 3.3 - 5VDC by USB or other external power source
Working temperature -35C ~ 75C ( 31~167 F)
Antenna 50 ohm SMA

For alternative wireless serial solutions please see our full selection of wireless RS232 adapters.



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Date Added: 09/02/2013 by Gary Redinger
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Im happy to have found these wireless rs232 radios. Most other serial radios are much more expensive...


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Date Added: 08/25/2012 by Bryan Thibodeaux
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
This is the best wireless cable replacement I've ever used, it has all the range you could possibly ...


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Date Added: 08/27/2011 by James Thompson
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
works fine. i wish the housing was made of metal or some other stronger material. the plastic house ...


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Date Added: 08/22/2011 by Donald Zannoni
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
We have been using this wireless module with our CNC programmers and it works fine. We used to spend...


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Date Added: 07/13/2011 by Thomas Boven
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
What I can say about this rs232 wireless module is that is it easy to setup and use. Despite its rat...


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Date Added: 05/18/2010 by Matthew Huges
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
great unit considering the price, have been using this unit every day for half a year without any pr...


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Date Added: 04/16/2010 by Mark Jensen
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Works wondefully, nice little device for a very resonable price. Same wireless RF range costs more t...


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Quick Tip!

Creating a Wireless RS232 link with RF radios

Establishing a wireless RS232 link using two RF radios is probably the easiest way of making a wireless RS232 link. If you use the default settings of the wireless RS232 radio you can simply connect one unit to your computer using a USB to serial cable and the other wireless RS232 radio to your serial device, connect the power supplies and the link is ready to use. No pairing or other configurations are required.

Most wireless RS232 radios communicate in the unlicensed radio frequency band (RF) at 900Mhz, 433Mhz or 2.3Ghz band. These bands can be used without a license so you do not have to worry about obtaining a license to use these radios.

The wireless RS232 radios we sell can be configured for most typical serial settings. The included configuration software allows you to configure the baud rate, data bits and other port settings. Most of our RS232 radios have up to 12 channels, which means that you can use up to 6 pairs of RS232 radios at the same location without they interfere with each other. Each wireless RS232 pair is simply assigned a different frequency in the 433Mhz band with the included configuration software.

All our wireless RS232 radios are designed with the high performance SP232 serial driver and a CC1101 RF chipset, which makes these radios very reliable and compatible with most applications. Each wireless RS232 radio is shielded internally to protect surrounding equipment against interference and also to protect the radios against electro-magnetic noise and radio frequencies from external interference.