CUWB PRODUCTS


CHG100 The CHG100 Charger is an efficient and space saving product that allows simultaneous charging of multiple Ciholas Ultra-Wideband (CUWB) DWTAG100s. It supports charging of up to 10 units at a time. MHK100 The Ciholas DWETH Mount-Kit is a threaded downrod kit for DWETH101 and DWETH111. The kit provides a method for elevating the devices from a mounting surface. Mounting surfaces such as drop ceiling grids, metal studs, and rafters can interfere with UWB signals. Ciholas recommends that DWETHs be mounted 4-6” off of any surface. ANT110 The Ciholas ANT110 is a monopole antenna designed to operate from 3.2 GHz to 7 GHz. It is intended for use in Ultra-Wideband (UWB) applications and is provided in the DWUSB kit for use with the DWUSB-SMA. The antenna is small enough to allow implementation in portable devices and has a standard polarity SMA connector. DWETH111 A DWETH is an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) transceiver intended for use with the CUWB RTLS. In a typical CUWB RTLS the DWETH operates as a static, or anchored, device providing reference locations for the system. DWETH111 uses Ethernet to provide reliable, high-bandwidth data connectivity, and has a comprehensive set of on board sensors. DWETH111 anchors are Powered over Ethernet (PoE) and are PoE standard compliant. DWTAG100 A DWTAG100 is an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) transceiver intended for use with CUWB RTLS. In a typical CUWB RTLS system the DWTAG100 operates as a mobile device whose location is tracked. DWTAG100s have a comprehensive set of on-board sensors and an integrated rechargeable battery. The DWTAG100 is lightweight with a mechanical design that allows for easy mounting on assets or personnel. CPE100 The CPE100 is small form factor device that provides the ability to power multiple Chainable Powered Ethernet (CPE) devices from a single Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch or router port. The CPE100 is fully 802.3af/at compliant, and can be configured to classify as a PoE class 1, 2, 3 or 4 device. The CPE100 enables the utilization of existing PoE infrastructure to power multiple devices improving infrastructure efficiency and reducing installation costs. DWUSB The Ciholas DWUSB-SMA is a demonstration device for experimenting with Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Real Time Location Systems (RTLS). In the Ciholas UWB (CUWB) system, the DWUSB can act in multiple roles, such as reference anchor, mobile trackable tag, and UWB network interface. The DWUSB-KIT comes with a DWUSB-SMA unit, removable antenna, USB rechargeable battery, AC/DC wall power adapter, and a USB cable. DWETH101 A DWETH is an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) transceiver intended for use with the CUWB RTLS. In a typical CUWB RTLS the DWETH operates as a static, or anchored, device providing reference locations for the system. DWETH101 uses Ethernet to provide reliable, high-bandwidth data connectivity, and has a comprehensive set of on board sensors. DWETH101 anchors contain a built-in Ethernet switch and support Chainable Powered Ethernet (CPE), allowing for a chain of devices to be powered via a single source.
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About the CUWB PRODUCTS category 1 June 20, 2018
DWETH101 with CUWB v2.x 3 October 4, 2018
How many DWUSB should I get? 3 March 20, 2018
Can DWUSB be flashed? 15 August 1, 2017
DWUSB and FCC Certification 2 August 1, 2017
Does anyone have a working version for the Atmel in system programmer 2 August 1, 2017
How to perform TDOA in bridge mode 4 July 21, 2017
TWR Data Format or Type 2 May 26, 2017
Getting started 4 May 24, 2017
Issue updating DWUSB 10 January 31, 2017
Maximum Range 2 January 2, 2017
Extending battery life of anchors 4 September 12, 2016
DWUSB, no network Loopback issue - solved 1 May 23, 2016
RTLS overnight stability issues 3 May 11, 2016
Orientation of the Tag 4 May 10, 2016
Removal of antenna connector - Recalibration required? 2 April 25, 2016
When will DWUSB Demo kit be back in stock? 4 April 21, 2016
Anchors with antennas / Tags without? 3 April 7, 2016
90 deg SAM connector ok to use? 3 April 7, 2016
Custom antenna or amplified signal 2 January 11, 2016
What accuracy can be achieved? 2 September 25, 2015
Power supply and accessibility of IMU data 2 August 18, 2015
Docking the anchors! 3 July 21, 2015
DWUSB Kit and System Definitions 1 June 24, 2015