MOD927 is a wired communication and connectivity module, based on Xingtera’s XT810/XT200 communication chipset. It is designed for multi-hop networks, supporting up to 1,000 terminals with up to 10 hops in a single domain. MOD927 achieves 1.5x cable reach vs. MOD923 by reducing the frequency range to 1 – 14MHz.
The MOD927 wired communication module supports a wide range of copper cables including twisted pair (UTP/CAT3/5/5e) and AC/DC power-line. The module is capable of quick and automatic network setup enabling full mesh network based on any existing wiring.
The MOD927 wired communication module provides 10/100M Ethernet and UART interfaces, simplifying the connection with host or client devices. The size of the MOD927 module is 65*25mm.
In order to facilitate legacy building automation networks, MOD927 also supports BACNet/IP over power-line, and two-way BACNet/IP – MODBUS conversion. Therefore, a powerline communication (PLC) network for building automation purposes can be established within a building, with additional features of BACNet/IP and MODBUS over power-line. Particularly, any MOD927 can act as a BACNet/IP client and convert BACNet commands to MODBUS, GPIO, or UART actions, and vice versa. Therefore, for any buildings interested in modern building automation retrofit projects, Xingtera solution can drastically reduce rewiring effort and capital expenses.
Based on Xingtera’s XT810/XT200 chipset
1~14MHz OFDM frequency range
Maximum PHY rate: 120Mbps
Support LDPC-C FEC with 128-bit AES encryption
Two pairing schemes
16 level QoS with scheduling based on MAC address, 802.1p or TCP port
Only a single 12VDC power supply is required
Up to 1000 nodes in a domain
10/100Mbps Ethernet + max 115200bps UART
Working temperature: -40~85°
Dimensions: 65 * 25 mm
Ultra-low power consumption design. (Operational: <1.5W / standby: <0.3W)