• Wireless receiver for medical applications
  • 4 digital switching outputs (relay)
  • 2 digital validate outputs (relay)
  • 1 serial interface (RS 232)
  • 1 connector cable for connection to medical device
  • LED indication for status

Technical data

Applied standardsIEC 60601-1; ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1; IEC 60529
EnclosureABS, pure white, similar to RAL 9010
Degree of protectionIP 40 to IEC/EN 60529; DIN VDE 0470
Mechanical life> 1 million operations
Operating voltage range9 … 24 VDC +/-10%
Rated operating voltage Ue24 VDC
Rated operating current Ienot activated < 50 mA; activated < 100 mA
Rated operating power Penot activated 1,2 W; activated 2,4 W
Outputs6 potential-free NO contacts: K1-K4 Reed-Relays, K5 optional Validate-Relay, K6 Validate-Relay
Switching capacitymax. 10 W
Switching voltage24 VAC/DC
Switching currentmax. 0.5 A
Wireless range10 m (typical)
HF data rate1 Mbps
Interface data rate115.2 kBd (UART)
Output power3 dBm - 7 dBm
Input sensitivity-93 dBm
Antennainternal ceramic antenna
Radio technology
Frequency2.4 - 2.4835 GHz
Channel bandwidth2 MHz
Modulation principleGFSK, adaptive frequency hopping of 40 channels
Global IEC 60601-1, -1-2, -2-22, -2-43
Europe EN 300 328; EN 62479; EN 301 489-1; EN 62368-1
USA FCC, Title 47 CFR, Part 15
CanadaIC RSS-247, Issue 1
Japan ARIB STD-16


Since this is a class-2 equipment, the receiver can only be validated together with the complete system of the customer. Thus the assessment of conformity takes place at the customer. At the request of the customer steute can provide a CE mark with the 4-digit number of the customer's notified body.

Application of a CE certified switch conforming to the Medical Device Directive still requires proof of the conformity of the complete system according to the Medical Device Directive (Directive 93/42/EEC) by the person responsible for launching it on the market! In spite of careful manufacturing and testing, 100 % functional safety cannot be guaranteed at any time (e.g. in case of failure, a switching contact does not switch off). These remaining risks must be considered when evaluating the complete system.