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Wago’s 750-644 Bluetooth RF-Transceiver module provides fast, bidirectional, wireless communication between I/O nodes.

Within 10ms, the 750-644 exchanges data up to 1000m (line-of-sight) or 100m (within buildings), providing a cost-effective wireless solution.

This makes it suitable for a range of applications from robot controls and high bay warehouses to renewable and traditional energy applications, such as oil fields.

One 750-644 master can communicate with up to seven slaves on a Personal Area Network (PAN), also known as a piconet, via Bluetooth 2.0+EDR radio technology.

Slave-to-slave data transmission is possible indirectly through the master.

The 750-644 Bluetooth module offers robust communications with frequency hopping procedures and adaptive transmitting power technologies, which allows the piconet to coexist with other radio technologies found in industrial applications.

Additionally, the data exchange can be encrypted, maximising security.

The 750-644 is the newest addition to the fieldbus-independent Wago-I/O-System that supports fieldbus technologies including: Ethernet I/P, Modbus TCP/IP, Profibus, Devicenet and Canopen.

With the integration of Bluetooth networks, users can incorporate the module with all standard fieldbus couplers/controllers, which consists of more than 300 analogue, digital and specialty modules.

Configuration of the 750-644 is easily accomplished with Wago-I/O-Check 3 software.

The Wago-I/O-Pro programming software provides function blocks.

The module carries eight on-unit LEDs for onsite diagnostics of interference, signal quality and timeouts.

The 750-644 also features an SMA socket for Wago’s 758-912 antenna, data contact and power jumper contacts.

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