Radio ripple control receiver

Radio ripple control receiver

There are different types of receiver for each field of application, varying in the form of construction and the number of controllable relays. For lighting management, for example, it is preferable to use a tall and slender device, suitable for mounting in the mast. For tariff switching tasks, there are radio ripple control receivers that can be three-point mounted on the meter’s crosspiece, or pick-a-back mounted directly on the meter cover-plate. There are also top-hat rail-mounting devices with an especially compact shape.

The relays that control the connected devices can often be provided in plug-in format, so that a radio ripple control receiver with three to six relays can be assembled, depending on the design and construction. 
The long-wave signal antenna is usually built into the equipment, but it also has an interface for connection of additional remote antenna.

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Construction

Mast-mounted, top-hat rail mounted, three-point mounted

Relays

Up to 6 (plug-in)

Protocols

Versacom, Semagyr

Antenna

Mostly internal, with interface for external antenna

Field of Application

 

Elster Messtechnik GmbH

Otto-Hahn-Straße 25
68623 Lampertheim, Germany
www.elstermesstechnik.de

Landis + Gyr AG

Feldstraße 1
CH - 6301 Zug, Switzerland
www.landisgyr.com

Langmatz GmbH

Am Gschwend 10
82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
www.langmatz.de

 

Prolan Automatisierung u. Visualisierung AG

Szentendrei út 1-3.
H-2011 Budakalász, Hungary
www.prolan.hu

wireless netcontrol GmbH

Berliner Str. 4a
16540 Hohen Neuendorf, Germany
www.wireless-netcontrol.de

 

Radio ripple control receiver protocols

Two protocols are in general use for addressing radio ripple control receivers: Versacom and Semagyr. Independent of protocol, all radio ripple control receivers have an internal memory in which the switching programme for the device is stored. The receiver operates autonomously and is synchronised via long-wave radio; and the same route is used for receiving changes to the programme. 

The Versacom protocol uses a four-level hierarchy of address groups, which allows rapid structuring of a radio ripple control programme. Receiver firmware for Versacom devices has been specially developed to meet the requirements of feed-in management.

 

Semagyr permits very flexible addressing by means of a free division of address “bit lists”. Switching programmes using Semagyr protocol are generally rather more complex, but offer a wider range of possibilities.

Choice of which protocol to use, and the selection of the associated long-wave receivers, depends on what ripple control technology is already in use, and the intended range of tasks. 
We will be happy to advise you about matters relating to addressing systems and protocols.