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Linx Technologies Press Release - July 1, 2010

Linx Function Module 2 Now Available

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Linx Technologies - Relay Function Module 2MERLIN, OREGON—July 1, 2010—

Linx Technologies is pleased to announce the June 2010 release of the Relay Function Module 2, another member of the Linx pre-certified OEM product line. These devices have been tested for FCC, Industry Canada, and European CE (433MHz only) compliance, greatly reducing the time and expense of bringing an RF-based product to market. They can be quickly customized to meet the labeling requirements of OEMs. The Relay Function Module 2 provides four latched or momentary relay outputs that are capable of switching external AC or DC powered loads of up to 7 amps.

Incorporating a Linx LR Series receiver, the Relay Function Module 2 allows for selectable addressing that provides security and the creation of 256 distinct transmitter / receiver relationships to avoid unwanted interaction from multiple systems usage. When paired with a compatible Linx OEM Handheld transmitter or transmitter module, the Relay Function Module 2 serves as a reliable wireless switching device at distances of up to 750 feet.

For more information, please visit http://linxtechnologies.com/Products/OEM-Products/Relay-Function-Module-2.


Linx Technologies
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR  97532
(800) 736-6677
www.linxtechnologies.com



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Posted 7/4/2010
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