Sensor Antennas

Sensor antennas are designed to be used with series receivers and other mobile applications, for industrial and multi-function radio frequency identification . They're available in different lengths to suit a range of end uses.

What are sensor antennas used for?

Sensor antennas are used to assist the operation of radio controls used in vehicles, farm machinery, and in industrial or infrastructure equipment. Heavy duty industrial gates and sprinkler systems are just two applications where sensor antennas would be used. Radio devices that control such technology are made up of a broad range of transmitters and receivers that fulfil different types of function. Sensor antennas help to control the automation and freedom of movement at wireless range, in a radio-control device.

Types of sensor antennas

Sensor antennas are available as antenna kits, antenna extensions or standard antennas. They're compact in size, but available at different lengths to suit a range of uses. Sensor antennas are designed to be suitable for mobile or point-to-multipoint applications, such as GSM modems and series receivers. It's important to choose an antenna that's compatible with your receiver.


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RS Stock No. 648-5952
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- 625mm Antenna
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GSM Modem 20mm Antenna
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