Wire Replacement for Low Data Rate Serial Data

Sure-Fi
Serial Pro Wireless Bridge

DS008-SERIAL-PRO

  • Works with Low Data Rate RS-232 or RS-485
  • 2 relay outputs (Wet or Dry)
  • Half duplex, bidirectional
  • Two four-state Supervised inputs
  • Ideal for low data and/or event driven serial devices

What the Serial Pro Wireless Bridge Can and Can NOT Do

What it Can Do:

  • Half duplex, bidirectional RS-232 and RS-485
  • Input baud rates from 300bps to 512Kbps
  • Input data rates up to 1200 bit/sec
  • Two four-state Supervised inputs
  • Ideal for low data and/or event driven serial devices

What it Can NOT Do:

  • High data rates over 1.2Kbps
  • Full Duplex transmissions
  • Not compatible with systems using polling at high rates
  • Not compatible with OSDP devices/systems - Check out our Access Pro bridge for OSDP
  • System that require sub-second latency

If you have any questions about the capabilities of the Serial Pro Wireless Bridge, please contact support@sure-fi.com

Product Features

Detailed information about the Serial Pro Wireless Bridge coming soon

Standard Documentation

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I/O Description from Left to Right
  1. R3 NO - Normally Open output for Relay 3
  2. R3 COM - Common output for Relay 3
  3. R3 NC - Normally Closed output for Relay 3
  4. GND - Ground Input for Relay 1
  5. R1 IN - Input for Relay 1
  6. GND - Ground Input for Relay 2
  7. R2 IN - Input for Relay 2
  8. R4 NO - Normally Open output for Relay 4
  9. R4 COM - Common output for Relay 4
  10. R4 NC - Normally Closed output for Relay 4
I/O Description from Left to Right
  1. 12v - Power Input 12v DC
  2. GND - Ground Input for Power
  3. BAT+ - Power Input from Battery
  4. GND - Ground Input from Battery
  5. NC - No Connection
  6. GND - Ground Output for Wiegand Lines
  7. D0 - Data 0 Line for Wiegand Output
  8. D1 - Data 1 Line for Wiegand Output
  9. LED - LED Indicator Input for Wiegand Device
  10. AUX OUT - Auxiliary data output
I/O Description from Left to Right
  1. R1 NO - Normally Open output for Relay 1
  2. R1 COM - Common output for Relay 1
  3. R1 NC - Normally Closed output for Relay 1
  4. GND - Ground Input for Relay 3
  5. R3 IN - Input for Relay 3
  6. GND - Ground Input for Relay 4
  7. R4 IN - Input for Relay 4
  8. R2 NO - Normally Open output for Relay 2
  9. R2 COM - Common output for Relay 2
  10. R2 NC - Normally Closed output for Relay 2
  1. Press the Test Button to send a signal from one side of the Wiegand Bridge to the other. Signal Strength LEDs will illuminate with the actual Signal Strength.
I/O Description from Left to Right
  1. 12v - Power Input 12v DC
  2. GND - Ground Input for Power
  3. BAT+ - Power Input from Battery
  4. GND - Ground Input from Battery
  5. VBUS - VBus available to power Wiegand Device
  6. GND - Ground Input for Wiegand Lines
  7. D0 - Data 0 Line for Wiegand Input
  8. D1 - Data 1 Line for Wiegand Input
  9. LED - LED Indicator Output for Wiegand Device
  10. AUX IN - Auxiliary data input