Carry an SEL-2924 Portable BLUETOOTH Serial Adapter in your toolbox to connect to an EIA-232 port on a relay, controller, or other device. Use the built-in BLUETOOTH wireless capability of a laptop, smartphone, or other device to communicate up to 10 meters (32 feet) via a secure wireless link.
Improved Onsite Working Conditions—Work in convenient, safe locations away from switchboards and panels, and eliminate the tripping hazards that come from running cables. Limit time spent in dangerous or unpleasant areas to the short-duration tasks of plugging the SEL-2924 into a field device and retrieving it when you are done. Avoid traffic near panels during commissioning and outages by setting up a remote workstation with power and work surfaces.
Secure Communication Via Laptop Computers and Handheld Mobile Devices—Communicate with an SEL-2924 plugged into a remote device with standard BLUETOOTH software and hardware in your laptop computer. To communicate from handheld mobile devices, load the SEL RxTx App into your Android tablet or Android or BlackBerry smartphone.
Intruder Lockout—Depend on security that is always enabled with an 8- to 16-character key. Communicate securely with BLUETOOTH v2.1 + EDR security, including Secure Simple Pairing and Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman key exchange.
Options and Accessories—Power the adapter from a computer USB port to charge the included batteries with the included USB Standard-A to Micro-B cable. Or, order a 915900290 worldwide ac power supply with a USB Standard-A jack.
Improve Working Conditions and Safety
Apply Easily With Low Impact and Cost
Lock Out Intruders
Depend on security: security is always enabled with an 8- to 16-character key.
|The SEL-2924 is approved for unlicensed use in the following countries:|
|Chile||Italy||New Zealand||Slovenia||United States*|
*Including American Samoa, American Virgin Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
A license or other permission is required by the governments in Honduras and Panama.
The Firmware IDs for older versions of the firmware can typically be found in Appendix A of the instruction manual.