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EnOcean Starter Kit
ESK 300 / ESK 300C / ESK 300U
EnOcean Starter Kit has been designed
to demonstrate EnOcean’s energy harvesting and ultra low power radio technology.
ESK 300 comes with electro-mechanical
push button generators for switches and a
solar powered temperatures sensor. Radio
telegrams sent by the self-powered sensors
are received via USB gateway and visualized
via PC software.
ESK 300 variants are available for:
 868,300 MHz / ESK 300 (R&TTE)
 315,000 MHz / ESK 300C (FCC)
 902,875 MHz / ESK 300U (FCC)
Features:
 PC software DolphinView Basic visualizes
and interprets EnOcean radio telegrams.
It receives messages via USB 300, shows
telegram content and interprets EnOcean
Equipment Profiles (EEP).
 The push-button radio transmitter module
PTM 2xx enables implementation of wireless remote controls without batteries.
Key applications are wall-mounted flat
rocker switches as well as handheld remote controls.
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User Manual
USB 300: USB transceiver/gateway
PTM 2xx: Self-powered push button
STM 33x: Self-powered temp. sensor
ECO 200: Push button energy generator
PTM 330: Push button radio module
Housing examples1)
DolphinView Basic2)
 ECO 200 is an energy converter for linear
motion. In combination with PTM 330 radio module it enables miniaturized
switches for multiple application areas.
 The solar powered sensor STM 33x en-
ables wireless temperature sensors and
room operating panels. It can be extended with a plug & play humidity sensor.
 USB 300 provides a bidirectional EnOcean
PTM
2xx
STM
330
USB
300
PC Software
DolphinView Basic
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radio gateway via USB to the PC. Radio
messages will be sent and received via PC
software DolphinView Basic.3)
PTM
330
1)
Included plastic parts depend on local distribution.
2)
Requires Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 7.
For advanced analysis and protocol debugging
EnOcean Developer Kit EDK 350 is recommended.
Type
ESK 300
ESK 300C
ESK 300U
Ordering Code
S3004-E300
S3034-E300
S3054-E300
Subject to modifications | June 2013
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