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Specifications Dimensions: IP30: 20cm x 14cm x 6.5cm (8.0” x 5.5” x 2.6”) IP54: 20cm x 14cm x 9.5cm (8.0” x 5.5” x 3.7”) IP65: 21cm x 14cm x 9.5cm (8.3” x 5.5” x 3.7”) Weight: IP30: 580g (20 oz.) IP54: 700g (25 oz.) IP65: 730g (26 oz.) Temperature: 0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F)  Humidity: 0 to 95%, non‐condensing Enclosure: Design protection level IP30/IP54/IP65 ABS/PC (V0), UV Stabilized Radio frequencies: Ultra‐wideband channel: 8.5 ‐ 9.5GHz Telemetry channel: Narrow‐band 2.4GHz Certifications: Japan: MIC (certification number 003‐120066) Power supply: Power‐over‐Ethernet IEEE 802.3af compatible DC input (12V DC @ 1A, optional) Mounting options: Adjustable mounting bracket (supplied) Ubisense part codes: UBISENSOR9020IP30J (Series 9000 IP30 Sensor) UBISENSOR9020IP54J (Series 9000 IP54 Sensor) UBISENSOR9020IP65J (Series 9000 IP65 Sensor) UBISENSPS (Optional 12V power supply) UBISENBRKT (Additional mounting bracket) OVERVIEW The Series 9000 IP range of Japanese‐certified sensors are precision ultra‐wideband (UWB) measurement devices, containing an array of antennas and ultra‐wideband radio receivers. The sensors detects UWB pulses from Ubisense tags, allowing the Ubisense location system to find the tag’s positions to within 15cm* in 3D. FLEXIBLE AND SCALABLE INSTALLATIONS Ubisense uses a cellular architecture to scale from small to very large installations ‐ large areas are covered by tiling them with ‘cells’ consisting of a small number of sensors working together. Thousands of sensors can be integrated into a single enterprise wide system to monitor an unlimited area and manage thousands of tags. Sensors can be connected together in a variety of ways, allowing infrastructure cost to be traded off against location accuracy in accordance with application requirements. STANDARD NETWORKING Sensors operate within a Ethernet environment, using standard network infrastructure, such as Ethernet switches, Wi‐Fi access points and Cat5e structured network cabling for communication between sensors and servers. Sensors can be powered over the network cabling using Power‐over‐Ethernet switches. © 2014 Ubisense. All Rights Reserved. Series 9000 Japanese‐certified IP Sensors Fact Sheet, Rev 4 EN‐140307 *Dependent on system configuration and environment.

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By using UWB technology, the system’s location accuracy is maintained even in cluttered, multipath‐ rich indoor environments. The Ubisense UWB location system is the only one capable of measuring both Angle‐of‐Arrival (AoA) and Time‐Difference‐of‐Arrival (TDoA) of tag signals, enabling it to generate accurate 3D tracking information even when only two sensors can detect the tag. This reduces the infrastructure requirements for an installation, minimizing costs whilst dramatically improving the reliability and robustness of the system. Sensors are administered remotely over the Ethernet...

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