RF515 Multi-Parameter Wireless Transmitter

Part No: RF515 (3372996)

£244.76 (ex. VAT)

Use the RF515 Multi-Parameter Wireless Transmitter in wide ranging applications to automate monitoring of parameters such as pressure, gas, flow, level, dissolved oxygen, CO2 and many more.

  • LCD Screen for Local Display
  • Current Measurement Range: 4-20mA
  • Voltage Measurement Range: 0-1V / 0-10V
  • Warranty: 2 Years


RF515 Multi-Parameter Wireless Transmitter

RF515 Overview

Multi-Parameter Wireless Transmitter

Use the RF515 Multi-Parameter Wireless Transmitter in wide ranging applications to automate monitoring of parameters such as pressure, gas, flow, level, dissolved oxygen, CO2 and many more.

With inputs of current and voltage, the Comark RF515 transmitter can be easily connected to a control loop and programmed to measure an extensive range of parameters.

This Product cannot be used without the RF515 Adapter.

As part of an RF500 Wireless Monitoring System, the transmitter caters for applications from manufacturing, food and beverage production, power generation, chemical and gas industries.

  • LCD screen for local display at point of measurement
  • LEDs allow checks of active/alarm indication in situ
  • Selectable scales
  • BioCote Antimicrobial Protection to inhibit growth of bacteria, mould and fungi providing an extra line of defence in high-risk environments
  • High Gain Antenna available


Battery Change Process

To change the battery in your RF515 Temperature Transmitter simply follow the following steps:


  • Turn the power off to any Sensor Connected to the RF515
  • Disconnect the Sensor from the Transmitter
  • Undo the battery cover and remove the Lithium C battery
  • Wait for the screen to go off completely
  • Insert the new RFBATT and re-fit the battery cover
  • Reconnect the Sensor to the Transmitter
  • Reconnect the power to the Sensor
  • The RF515 Temperature Transmitter should re-connect to the Gateway automatically
  • Dispose of the old battery safely – Note Lithium Batteries should not be disposed of in General Waste


Technical Specifications

System Accuracy with RF515A at 23°C0.3% of reading
Resolution @ 0-10V1mV
Resolution @ 0-1V0.1mV
Resolution @ 4-20mA1µA
Operating Temperature Range-30°C to + 70°C / -22°F to 158°F
Storage Temperature Range-40°C to +85°C / -40°F to 185°F
RF Frequency2.4GHz using IEEE 802.15.4
Standard AntennaExternal, removable, Omni directional with pivot. Length: 90mm from pivot
High-Gain Antenna (Optional)Length: 235mm from pivot
Radio RangeTypically 50 metres indoors
Clock Accuracy20ppm (1 minute/month) at 25°C
Logging Memory32000 records
Logging FrequencyProgrammable between 1 minute and 60 minutes
Monitoring Frequency1 Minute
LEDsRed - Warning / Green - Active
Case MaterialOver Moulded food safe clear Polycarbonate with BioCote® antimicrobial
Environmental ProtectionCase enclosure designed to meet IP67 BS EN 60529
Battery TypeReplaceable Lithium 'C' Cell Saft LSH14 Light
Battery LifeUp to 3 years
DimensionsL 84mm x W 107mm x D34mm
Channels2 Channels
Measurement Range - Generic Current4-20mA
Measurement Range - Generic Voltage0-1V / 0-10V
EMCETSI EN 301489-1 v 1.71 (2006-7)
Warranty2 Years

Articles / FAQs

How do I perform a Task and Data Retrieve? 24th March 2015
Why did my Transmitter start a new data period? 24th March 2015
Returned Transmitters not logging (Unknown Task/Period) 24th March 2015
Transmitter showing Data Readings that are not representative of environment 24th March 2015
Why does my Transmitter flash the antenna symbol three times when Activator used? 18th March 2015
Transmitters show ‘No signal’ 18th November 2014
Batteries only last a few months 18th November 2014
Low battery indication does not clear 18th November 2014
How do I add a new Transmitter to my Gateway? 19th November 2014
How do I change the battery in my Transmitter? 18th November 2014
RF5xx Transmitter Status Codes (COdE) Explained 6th November 2014
RF5xx Transmitter Fault Messages (FAULt) Explained 6th November 2014
RF5xx Transmitter Error Messages (ErrOr) Explained 27th January 2015