Users Manual

FCC ID: 2ASPOXRE100A

Users Manual

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                                                                          XRE–100
                                                                  R E L AY E X T E N D E R
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                                                  REIGN wireless
                                                   technology




      The REIGN XRE-100 Relay Extender is a revolutionary product that
         will make any dry contact wireless with no programming or
       configuration whatsoever - it literally is a plug and play device.

WHAT’S INCLUDED
There are two pieces that complete the XRE-100.

The Reign XRE-100 - Relay Extender kit includes 2- XRE-100 units. These units are interchangeable and can be
paired in the field.

Transmitter Solutions refers to the XRE-100 installed at the peripheral device as the Node and the XRE-100
installed at the primary unit the Hub. This is only important during technical support and the wiring diagram.



HOW IT WORKS...
Congratulations on your purchase of the Transmitter Solutions XRE-100 Relay Extender System. It has been
designed with state-of-the-art radio technology to extend relay closures, switches, indicators, sensors, and any
other simple ON/OFF status inputs and outputs through extreme obstruction and interference.

If you ordered your XRE-100s together, they are factory paired. All that is required to get up and running is 12-24
Volts AC/DC power and the DRY input closures you want to extend.

If you would like to survey the range capability before install, simply provide power to both units and press the
PROG/TEST button alternately on each unit. Successful transmission and reception will be indicated on the
transmit and receive LEDs on each unit as described below.


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FCC ID: 2ASPOXRE100A: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interfer-
ence received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

IMPORTANT! Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.

FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body.

This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
The antennas used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all
persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
(Example - use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices).


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   Power Input: 12-24 Volt AC/DC
   Relays: 10A 250 VAC/ 28VDC
   12V: 50mA (idle)


          1A (transmit)
   24V: 25mA (idle)
       500ma (transmit)
   Range: 1/2 mile (Through obstructions)
   Relays: 10A 250 VAC/ 28VDC
   Minimum / Maximum Temperature Range:
   -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)
   Security Encryption: AES


   POWER INPUT: 12 to 24 VOLTS AC/DC. - 1 AMP Minimum Always follow polarity when DC
   Power is used.

   BATTERY INPUT: for 12 Volt Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery only.
   Solid GREEN LED indicates battery charging. Momentarily flashing GREEN LED indicates battery is charged
   and a trickle/conditioning charge is occurring.
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 . POWER DETAILS
Each side of The XRE-100 (Hub and Node) need 1 amp of current draw to transmit at full power.

IMPORTANT - XRE REQUIRES AT LEAST 1AMP POWER SUPPLY




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1    POWER INPUT:



    BATTERY INPUT:

Battery Input: for 12 Volt Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery only.

Solid Green LED = Battery charging

Momentary Flashing LED = Battery is fully charged and a trickle/conditioning charge is occurring




      ED INDICATORS
STATUS LEDs:


1   RECEIVE - flashes GREEN momentarily when a valid radio transmission is received.

2   TRANSMIT - flashes RED momentarily when the unit transmits a packet as a result of an Relay Input change
     event or handshake.

3   STATUS/ PROG - flashes yellow patterns indicating status of the unit: pairing, error, etc.

4   RUN - flashes ORANGE 1 second ON and 1 second OFF indicating the microprocessor is running.

5   POWER LED - Glows solid orange when power is present. 5 volt relay supply, 3.3 volt logic supply, and VPA
    3.6 volt power amplifier supply.




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    . RELAY DIAGRAM AND WIRING

1   RELAY INPUTS
Relay Inputs - The Reign XRE-100 comes with 2 relay inputs. Connect DRY closure from devices relay to be
extended. A closure on RLY1 input will result in a closure on RLY1 (NC/COM/NO) of the paired XRE-100. A
closure on RLY2/COM input will result in a closure on RLY2 (NC/COM/NO output) of the paired XRE-100.

2   RELAY OUTPUTS

Relay Outputs - The Reign XRE-100 comes with 2-relay outputs. Each output follows RELAY INPUTS from
remote paired XRE-100. When RLY1 or RLY2 INPUTS are closed RLY1 and RLY2 OUTPUTS are energized and
connect NC/COM/NO respectively. This relay state is also indicated by the GREEN ACTIVE LED above each
relay.




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    . ALERT RELAYS

1   ALERT INPUT (when DIP switch 2 is on)
                                                                                        SUPERVISOR RESISTOR
2   ALERT RELAY OUTPUT                                                                     COLOR CODES
Both RELAY 1 and RELAY 2 INPUTs are supervised when DIPSWITCH 2 in ON.




                                                                                             BROWN
                                                                                                       BLACK


                                                                                                                     GOLD
                                                                                                               RED
Supervised inputs detect fault or tampering of inputs and send an ALERT RELAY
activation to the opposite unit (Typically from the Node unit to the Base unit).

Supervised inputs will detect an input shorted to ground (or each other) or an open
                                                                                                       1K OHM
input (loose or cut wire). Connect the supplied 1K ohm and 2K ohm resistors across
the device to be monitored as shown. IMPORTANT: resistors must be connected at




                                                                                                       BLACK



                                                                                                                     GOLD
                                                                                             RED


                                                                                                               RED
the device to be monitored NOT AT THE XRE-100 RELAY INPUT.

When in Supervise Mode, unused inputs must be terminated with the supplied 3K
ohm resistor. Simply insert the resistor into the Rx and COM pins on the desired                       2K OHM
connector and tighten screw blocks.




                                                                                              ORANGE
                                                                                                       BLACK



                                                                                                                     GOLD
                                                                                                               RED
If Supervised Inputs are not desired, simply leave DIPSWITCH 2 OFF and wire your
contact directly across the Rx and COM pins.
                                                                                                       3K OHM
NOTE: Communication Loss - If the XRE-100 units stop communicating the Alert                           3K OHM
Relay Output(Black relay) will trigger. Alerting on loss of communication between
devices.




              XRE-100                        Detects: OPEN (cutwires) or,
                                                      SHORT (wire to each other or ground)




                                                Customer
                                                 Wires                                       Monitored
                                                                                        2K
                                                                                              Contact
                                                                                   1K


                Unused Input                 1. Supervise resistors (supplied) must be at con-
                                             tact.

                                 3K          2. Associated DIPSWITCH SW2 must be ON

                                             3. Connect contact directly, without resistors for
                                             unsupervised inputs. SW5 and SW6 = OFF.

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    DIP SWITCHES
1   MODE SWITCHES

SWITCH   1 – PROG (PAIR) – Pairing mode when ON and Normal operating mode when OFF
SWITCH   2 – SUPERVISED INPUTS – Supervised inputs active when ON
SWITCH   3 – COMMS LOSS BEACON – Pulses Alert Relay if ON, otherwise Relay is steady on
SWITCH   4 – Not used
SWITCH   5 – Not used
SWITCH   6 – Not used

2   RELAY OUTPUT SWITCH:

Relay Output Switch - not used in XRE-100 to XRE-100 Relay Extension operation.

3   PROGRAM/TEST BUTTON:

Program/Test Button - used with MODE SWITCH 1 to field pair units as described above. Functions as a TEST
TRANSMIT button during normal operation. When pressed, the XRE-100 will send a radio test packet and the RED
TRANSMIT LED will illuminate. If the paired XRE-100 is online, it will acknowledge with a radio test packet –
indicated by a momentary GREEN RECEIVE LED.

4   RELAY DELAY POTENTIOMETER:

Relay Delay Potentiometer: not used in XRE-100 to XRE-100 Relay Extension operation.




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 . BATTERY BACKUP

12 Volt Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery only. Solid GREEN LED indicates battery charging. Momentarily
flashing GREEN LED indicates battery is charged and a trickle/conditioning charge is occurring.




     . PAIRING IN THE FIELD
PAIRING


1   Flip Dipswitch 1 to ON on both units.

2   Press the PROG/TEST button on either unit
    NOTE: Observe the STATUS/PROG LED flashing.

3   Flip Dipswitch 1 to OFF on both units

4   Press PROG/TEST and observe TRANSMIT and RECEIVE LEDs operating normally.

Pairing procedure overwrites any previous units. For example, if replacing a unit simply follow the above
procedure with the existing and replacement unit.


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     TROUBLESHOOTING
XRE-100 units are not communicating:
1 - Check the Run LED. Normal operation will be orange LED flashing once a second.
2 - Press the red program button on the XRE-100. When pressed, the XRE-100 will send a radio test packet and the
RED TRANSMIT LED will illuminate. If the paired XRE-100 is online, it will acknowledge with a radio test packet –
indicated by a momentary on the green receive LED.


If you do not see the transmit and receive LED lights activate:
1 - Power cycle both the XRE units.                                                           XRE LED GUIDE
2 - Move the XRE-100 units to a higher location and avoid mounting on/in metal objects


If you are not getting the desired range between XRE-100 units:
1 - Ensure that the both devices are powered by their own dedicated power supply
2 - Ensure that 1 amp of power draw is available to each device during transmission
3 - Move the XRE-100 units to a higher location - and avoiding mounting in/on metal objects




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WARRANTY
The warranty period of this product is 24 months, beginning from the manufacturing date. During this period, if the
product does not operate correctly, due to a defective component, the product will be repaired or replaced at the sole
discretion of Transmitter Solutions. This warranty does not extend to the product casing which can be damaged by
conditions outside of the control of Transmitter Solutions.

EXCEPT AS SET FORTH ABOVE, TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS MAKES NO WARRANTIES REGARDING THE GOODS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BUYER MAKES NO RELIANCE ON
ANY REPRESENTATION OF TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH REGARD TO THE GOODS AND ACCEPTS THEM
“AS-IS/WHERE-IS”. TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS SELLS THE GOODS TO BUYER ON CONDITION THAT TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS WILL HAVE NO
LIABILITY OF ANY KIND AS A RESULT OF THE SALE. BUYER AGREES THAT TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING INJURIES TO PERSONS OR PROPER-
TY, TO BUYER, ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS, AS A RESULT OF THE SALE. BUYER ALSO AGREES TO HOLD TRANSMITTER SOLUTIONS
HARMLESS FROM ANY CLAIMS BUYER, OR ANY THIRD PARTY, MAY HAVE AS A RESULT OF BUYER’S USE OR DISPOSAL OF THE GOODS.
BUYER HAS READ THIS DISCLAIMER AND AGREES WITH ITS TERMS IN CONSIDERATION OF RECEIVING THE GOODS.




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