Motorola AN200 RFID Antenna

Motorola's general purpose AN200 RFID antenna can be used reliably in a wide range of indoor and outdoor environments, from the warehouse to the production line to the docking zone. Its rugged design withstands a range of environmental conditions from extreme heat and cold to moisture and vibration, making this antenna ideal for nearly any application. The AN200 Antenna can be used in standard RFID applications at power levels of up to 1 watt and in customized applications at power levels up to 20 watts.

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Performance Characteristics

Axial ratio
<3 dB

Frequency range2
902-928 MHz

Front to back ratio
<10 db

Gain
6.0 dBi linear

Nominal impedance
50 Ohm

Power
20 watts (max. input)

Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR)
20 dB (1.22)

Physical Characteristics

Connector
Type "N" Female

Connector position
Rear

Dimensions (with mounting screws)
11.1 x 11.1 x 1.9 in. (28.19 28.19 x 4.83 cm) H x W x D

Polarization
LHCP or RHCP

Single port
Yes

Weight
3 lbs (1.26 kg)

User Environment

Cold test
IEC-68-2-1 (-40° F/-40° C for 24 hours)

Environmental sealing
IP54

Heat test
IEC-68-2-2 (158° F/70° C for 24 hours)

Humidity test
IEC-68-2-30 (77° to 104° F/-25° to 40°

Humidity test
IEC-68-2-30 (77° to 104° F (-25° to 40° C)), 24 hour cycles of 90% relative humidity

Impedance
DC: 10 kOhm +/- 5%

Operating temperature
-40° to +149° F (-40° to +65° C)

Outdoor use
Yes

Rain test
IEC-68-2-18 (8 hours minimum in rain chamber at 43 psi)

Random vibration test
IEC-68-2-6 (10 to 150 Hz, 05 g, 1 hour in each of 2 axes)

Salt fog test
IEC-68-2-11 (96 hours, repetitive cycling)

Temperature shock test
IEC-68-2-14 (-40° rising to 158° F/-40° rising to 70° C)

Temperature shock test
IEC-68-2-14 (-40° F rising to 158° F (-40° C rising to 70° C) in 10 cycles of 60 minutes each)

Warranty

Warranty terms
The AN200 is warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year (12 months) from date of shipment, provided the product remains unmodified and is operated under normal and proper conditions