T24-BSu Wireless Base Station | USB Interface

T24-BSu Wireless Base Station
Price: $245.00
  • Provides wireless data from T24 transmitter modules
  • Configures any T24 Telemetry module via USB
  • Powered from USB
  • Miniature desktop or wall mount IP50 enclosure
  • Transmits on license free 2.4 GHz with up to 500 m (1,600 ft) range
  • Use to Configure, Read, and Log Data from T24-Transmitters

The Wireless Telemetry USB Base Station - T24-BSu is required for the configuration of all T24 modules and is greatly simplified by the free T24 Toolkit software for Windows supplied upon purchase. Data can also be captured by the wireless telemetry base station (T24-BSu) from an unlimited number of T24 transmitter modules to provide a wireless data logger.

The integral antenna on the T24-BSu offers up to 400 m (1,312 ft) range in an open field site. An industrial base station (T24-BSi) is also available with a different antenna providing up to 800 m (2,600 ft) range. This device also offers RS232 and RS485 interfaces.

For software developers, a standard Windows DLL and COM driver are available to enable data collection from T24 transmitter modules.

The license free 2.4 GHz direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) radio technology offers high integrity, error free communications which can co-exist with other wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® and Zigbee®.  ETSI, FCC and IC approvals.

 *Maximum range achieved in open field site at height of 3 meters (9.8 feet) above ground.

T24-BSu Dimensions



  • T24 Toolkit : Version 2.4.8 This toolkit allows configuration, calibration and testing of the T24 range of 2.4GHz telemetry products.
  • 100 Channel Logging & Visualisation Software (T24LOG100) : For use with up to 100 channels using T24 range of sensor transmitters, view, log and browse data on demand, set visual and audible alarms. Graphics and mapping capabilities. Customised branding available. Allows remote viewing via webserver.
Q: What is the function of the USB and the industrial T24 base stations?

A: Both provide users with a PC interface by which collect data from any transmitter module with in range and configure all devices in the T24 range.

Q: How is the industrial base station different to the USB base station?

A: The industrial base station provides not only USB interface but also RS232 and RS485 at multiple baud rates. This module can also be DIN rail mounted.

Q: How many transmitter modules can be acquired by the base stations?

A: Each base station can use one of 16 channels. From that selected channel a base station can collect data simultaneously from any number transmitter modules depending upon the frequency of readings being provided by the transmitter module.

Q: What is the difference between the T24-SO Serial Output and T24 Base Stations?

A: The T24-SO gathers data from up to 8 transmitter modules and, on its serial output, provides a user configurable ASCII string. The output string can contain the summed value of the gathered data. This output can be used to drive serial displays, printers or to simply feed directly into a PC, PLC or other data transmitter systems.
The base stations communicate bi-directionally so are used to configure the devices as well as gather data. The communications protocol is binary and packet based and so requires processing to present the data to the application in a formatted manner.

Q: How many T24 transmitter modules can be controlled by one USB base station at the same time?

A: Transmitter modules are not controlled when providing data, rather data is provided at a user determined rate during configuration set up. The base station can gather data from any number of transmitter modules providing they are on the same channel. The number of modules a single base station can process depends upon the frequency of transmission from the transmitter modules that channel.

Q: Can base stations integrate to other communications protocols?

A: With the use of the .DLL and COM driver provided with the T24 Tool Kit, users can create tunnelling between the data provided by the base station, to the PC, and another communication protocols.

Q: Once a transmitter module has been configured, will it require regular connections to the base station?

A: No. Once a transmitter module has been configured it will remain stable for its lifetime providing its operating limits are not exceeded.