Reflector Antenna Addresses Wireless Lighting Apps

Antenova unveils a new version of its REFLECTOR antenna that operates on and close to metal surfaces.  The latest version measuring 1.6-mm thick is named Magna, part number SR4I051, and operates in the ISM 868/915 bands. It is designed for industrial IoT markets and wireless lighting.

 

REFLECTOR antennas use two electrical layers, one isolated from the other, which enables an antenna to radiate on a metal surface or housing. Magna operates in the ISM frequencies at 868/915 MHz and is designed for applications in industrial IoT and smart buildings. It comes with a cable and an IPEX connector and has an adhesive underside to fix it position inside a device. For more information, please visit Antenova.

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