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RFM02-868-S1 - 

RF MODULE, TRANSMITTER, FSK, ISM BAND, 868MHZ, SMD

RFM02-868-S1 - RF MODULE, TRANSMITTER, FSK, ISM BAND, 868MHZ, SMD

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Manufacturer:
QUASAR QUASAR
Manufacturer Part No:
RFM02-868-S1
Newark Part No.:
40T1926
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

RFM02 is a low costing ISM band transmitter module implemented with unique PLL approach. It works with FSK modulated signal ranges from 433/868/915MHZ bands, comply with FCC, ETSI regulation. The SPI interface is used to communicate with microcontroller for parameter setting. RFM02 works with RFM01 receiver module. At 433MHZ band, the pair of module can work up to 300m in the free open air.
  • Tuning free during production
  • PLL employed
  • FSK transmission
  • Fast PLL lock time
  • Programmable frequency deviation
  • Automatic antenna tuning
  • SPI interface
  • Clock and reset signal output for external MCU use
  • Wakeup timer
  • 10MHz crystal for PLL timing
  • Programmable crystal load capacitor bank
  • Low power consumption
  • Differential antenna output
  • Low battery detection

Applications

Wireless, RF Communications, Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

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FSK
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868MHz
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-
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2.2V
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5.4V
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-
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25mA
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