Developing a New Wireless Push Button

Prima is developing a new wireless pushbuttons system, which has already been introduced during busworld 2023.

Electronic development is frozen and now our designers are working to choose the final dress both for the pale version and for the seat version which is in any case normally customized for the seat producer.

It’s also in progress the development of a new USB charger, having the same pushbuttons’ family feeling.

New Wireless Main Technical Features

  • For the pushbuttons to work, there’s no need to cable them;
  • The pushbutton has no batteries: The power needed for the signal is generated by internal piezo component.
  • The receiving unit must be powered by 24V and can handle 4 different groups of signals (eg STOP, DISABLED, ZONE1 and ZONE2). Each group can handle more than 40 buttons.
  • The signal is transmitted in the 2.4 GHz band, so it can be used and marketed anywhere in the world without any special restrictions.
  • Each emitter (button) must be recognized initially by the control unit through a specific recognition procedure. In this way, each button is associated with the control unit and it’s not possible for signals on different buses to interfere.

This article was originally published by PRIMA Industries.

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