This product has reached end of life. Please contact Linx about the HumPRO™ Series, which is recommended over the HumDT™ Series.
The HumDT™ Series is built on the Hummingbird platform and is designed for reliable wireless digital data transfer. It includes a frequency agile protocol and supports versions at 868 and 900MHz with a common footprint and pin out.
In the 900MHz version a frequency agile protocol repeats the packet on up to 4 channels, gaining some of the noise immunity of frequency hopping without the synchronization, timing delays and other overhead associated with FHSS solutions. The number of channels is configurable as well as which channels are used. The 868MHz version supports 68 channels across the 863-870MHz band. This allows the best channel for the application to be selected based on the ETSI regulations. The module automatically handles all of the over-the-air transactions, so no overhead is required by the user.
The HumDT™ transceiver has built-in networking. Each module can act as one of three components in the network, either the Access Point that controls a network, a Range Extender to repeat messages and expand the range of the network, or an End Device. Each Access Point can be joined to up to 50 Range Extenders and End Devices. The Access Point also supports routing so that End Devices can talk to each other through the Access Point. All routing and network maintenance functions are automatically handled by the module.
The AES encryption algorithm is used to encrypt the data and provide a secure wireless channel. The module has a serial UART interface for configuration and data transfer. Everything is controlled by a few serial commands. 8 GPIO lines can be digital inputs or outputs or analog inputs. These are monitored and controlled through the UART and are suitable for simple on/off operations or for connection to sensors.
The HumDT™ module outputs up to 10dBm, resulting in a line-of-sight range of up to 1,600m (1.0 mile), depending on the antenna implementation.
Custom features are also possible with the HumDT™ Series remote control transceiver. Contact Linx for more details on customization.
- Simple wireless data transfer
- Optimized for battery powered devices
- Secure AES encrypted link
- Bi-directional operation
- Standard UART serial interface
|HUM-868-DT||868MHz HumDT™ Series Transceiver||Datasheet|
|EVM-868-DT||868MHz HumDT™ Series Evaluation Module||Datasheet|
|MDEV-868-DT||868MHz HumDT™ Series Master Development System||Datasheet|
|HUM-900-DT||900MHz HumDT™ Series Transceiver||Datasheet|
|EVM-900-DT||900MHz HumDT™ Series Evaluation Module||Datasheet|
|MDEV-900-DT||900MHz HumDT™ Series Master Development System||Datasheet|
To order, please call +1 (800) 736-6677 or +1 (541) 471-6256 for callers outside the United States.
|Frequency||868MHz||902 – 928MHz|
|TX power||9.5dBm typical||9.5dBm typical|
|Operating voltage||2 – 3.6VDC||2 – 3.6VDC|
|Supply current||TX @ 10dBm: 36mA typical TX @ 0dBm: 22mA typical RX: 25.5mA typical||TX @ 10dBm: 36mA typical TX @ 0dBm: 22mA typical RX: 25.5mA typical|
|Standby current||0.5μA typical||0.5μA typical|
|Operating temperature||-40 – +85°C||-40 – +85°C|
|Package||Reflow-compatible SMD||Reflow-compatible SMD|
- Simple digital transfer
- Home automation
- Low cost communication for sensor networks
Manuals & Datasheets
- HUM-868-DT Data Guide
- HUM-900-DT Data Guide
- EVM-fff-DT Data Guide
- MDEV-fff-DT User’s Guide
Application Notes 902-928MHz
- Guide to Wireless Regulations in the United States (FCC Resource Document)
- RF 101: Information for the RF Challenged (AN-00100)
- Considerations for Operation within the 902 MHz to 928 MHz Band (AN-00126)
- Data and Bidirectional Transmissions under Part 15.231 (AN-00128)
- Modulation Techniques for Low-Cost RF Data Links (AN-00130)
- The FCC Road: Part 15: From Concept to Approval (AN-00140)
- Antennas: Design, Application and Performance (AN-00500)
- Understanding Antenna Specifications and Operation (AN-00501)
Drivers & Software
- Wireless Data Development Software
The latest software included in the HumPRO and Amplified HumPRO Series Master Development Systems. Demonstrates the functionality of the Linx wireless data transceiver modules.