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QS30WRQ Datasheet(PDF) 5 Page - Banner Engineering Corp.

Part No. QS30WRQ
Description  Sure Cross® Performance Node
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Manufacturer  BANNER [Banner Engineering Corp.]
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1. Enter binding mode on the Gateway.
For housed DX80 Gateways, triple-click the right-hand button. LEDs alternatively flash red.
For board level DX80 Gateways, triple-click the binding button. LED flashes green and red.
2. Use both of the Node's rotary dials to assign the Node Address defined in the Gateway's datasheet.
The left rotary dial represents the tens digit (0 through 4) and the right dial represents the ones digit (0 through 9) of the
Node Address.
3. To enter binding mode on the Node, triple-click button 2.
The Node enters binding mode and locates the Gateway in binding mode. The red LEDs flash alternately. The Node
automatically exits binding mode. After the Node is bound, the LEDs are both solid red for a few seconds. The Node cycles
its power, then enters Run mode.
4. Label the Node with the assigned address for future references.
5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for all Nodes that need to communicate to this Gateway.
6. Exit binding mode on the Gateway by single-clicking either button 1 or button 2.
For Gateways with single line LCDs, after binding your Nodes to the Gateway, make note of the binding code displayed under the
Gateway's *DVCFG menu, XADR submenu on the LCD. Knowing the binding code prevents having to re-bind all Nodes if your
Gateway is ever replaced.
Bind a DX80 Node to a DXM Gateway and Assign the Node Address
Before beginning the binding procedure, apply power to all the devices. Separate radios by 2 meters when running binding
procedure. Put only one DXM Gateway into binding at a time to prevent binding to the wrong Gateway.
1. Enter binding mode on the DXM radio:
a) Use the arrow keys to select the ISM Radio menu on the LCD and click ENTER.
b) Highlight the Binding menu and click ENTER.
2. Assign the Node address to the Node.
For Nodes without rotary dials: Use the DXM arrow keys to select the Node address to assign to the DX80 Node about
to enter binding mode. The DXM assigns this Node address to the next Node that enters binding mode. Only bind one
Node at a time.
For Nodes with rotary dials: Use the Node's rotary dials to assign a valid decimal Node Address (between 01 and 47).
The left rotary dial represents the tens digit (0 through 4) and the right dial represents the ones digit (0 through 9) of the
Node Address.
3. Enter binding mode on the DX80 Node by triple-clicking the right-hand button.
The left and right red LEDs flash alternately and the Node searches for a Gateway in binding mode. After the Node binds,
the LEDs stay solid momentarily, then they flash together four times. The Node exits binding mode.
4. Label the Node with the assigned address number for future reference.
5. Click BACK on the DXM to exit binding for that specific Node address.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5, for as many DX80 Nodes as are needed for your network.
7. When you are finished binding, click BACK on the DXM until you return to the main menu.
LED Behavior for the Nodes
Nodes do not sample inputs until they are communicating with the Gateway. The radios and antennas must be a minimum distance
apart to function properly. Recommended minimum distances are:
2.4 GHz 65 mW radios: 1 foot
900 MHz 150 mW and 250 mW radios: 6 feet
900 MHz 1 Watt radios: 15 feet
LED 1
LED 2
Node Status
Flashing green
Radio Link Ok
Flashing red
Flashing red
Device Error
Flashing red, 1 per 3 sec
No Radio Link
Sure Cross® Performance Node
P/N 204221 Rev. A
www.bannerengineering.com - Tel: +1-763-544-3164
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