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Radiotronix - Press Release 9-14-2007

 Radiotronix Releases New SecureFOBTM Wireless Development Kit to Support its Line of Transmitter and Receiver Modules

Please click here to visit the Radiotronix websiteRadiotronix RK-433-RC Development KitOklahoma City, OKLAHOMA - Radiotronix, a growing RF embedded radio company released today its new development kit for its 433MHz family of remote control radio transmitter and receiver modules. The RK-433-RC development kit is designed to simplify the design of applications requiring a simple, low cost, unidirectional radio link. Typical applications would be remote, industrial, and machine controls or keyless entry. The RK-433-RC kit includes 2ea complete SecureFOB™ transmitter devices featuring 433MHz transmitter modules from Radiotronix, embedded loop antenna and a Microchip KEELOQ™ encoder chip for secure radio communications. Also included in the kit is a Multi-Receiver-Unit (MRU) development board that is matched to each SecureFOB™ through a Microchip KEELOQ™ decoder chip and able to work with any of the 433MHz line of Radiotronix 3V/5V receiver modules. The kit comes with 4ea receiver modules. The SecureFOBs™ and Multi-Receiver Units (MRU) will soon be available as complete finished devices. Additionally, design support files and schematics are available to assist engineers with designing and manufacturing their own applications with this new development platform. The RK-433-RC development kit has a suggested MSRP of $99 and will be available at all Radiotronix distributors in the next few days. For more information on the kit or other Radiotronix products, contact the Radiotronix Sales team at sales@radiotronix.com or any of the Radiotronix distributors.

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Radiotronix is a leading supplier of embedded wireless radio modules based in Oklahoma City, OK. Its products are value-added and solve real problems through the innovative application of technological advances in radio design, embedded wireless protocol, packaging, and manufacturing processes. Key markets include industrial automation, automated meter reading, asset tracking and management, law enforcement and emergency response management, home automation, and wireless sensor networks. For more information, please visit http://www.radiotronix.com.
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