Kahne Limited - Knowledge Animal Health Networking Efficiency - receivers

By: Kahne  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Directional Yagi Antenna

    The KR1 desk top transceiver configures and calibrates (for pH) the Kahne bolus. The KR1 is also used to download logged data from the Kahne Bolus that is retrieved from the animal
    Using a directional yagi antenna, the KR2 field receiver can receive live signal 30m (+/-) away*. The data is immediately transmitted (via cable) back to a computer for analysisThe KR2 field receiver is connected by cable to the computer at all times
    Using a directional yagi antenna, the KR3 field receiver can receive live signal 30m (+/-) away*. The data is then transmitted back to a computer for analysis (via cable, RF or GSM), or logged onto a removable SD data cardThe KR3 can operate stand alone or be connected directly to a computer. It is powered by mains electricity, or can be adapted for solar or battery powerThe KR3 can be an all-weather field receiver
    * reception may vary depending on the application and facility

Keywords: Directional Yagi Antenna

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