AeroScout EX5100 Exciter

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AeroScout Exciter EX 5100

FCC approval date: 08 March 2013

Type: RFID scanner

IC ID: 5115A-EX5100

Power: 48 VDC, 0.5 A
PoE tag: 802.3af, standard

CPU1: Freescale Semiconductor MCF52258
FLA1: ? MiB (Brand? Model?)
RAM1: ? MiB (Brand? Model?)

Expansion IFs: none specified
Serial: yes

WI1 chip1: G2 Microsystems G2C547
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bg
WI1 antenna connector: none

ETH chip1: Brand? Model?
LAN speed: 100M
LAN ports: 1


Default IP address:

802dot11 OUI: none specified
Ethernet OUI: 00:0C:CC (1 E, 2 W)

 CPU1 brandWI1 chip1 brandWI1 chip2 brand
AeroScout EX5100 ExciterFreescale SemiconductorG2 Microsystems
AeroScout Exciter EX2000-BWCaviumIntersilIntersil

For a list of all currently documented Freescale (NXP) SoC's with specifications, see Freescale.
For a list of all currently documented G2 Microsystems chipsets with specifications, see G2 Microsystems.

AeroScout Exciter Datasheet

"AeroScout", "EX-5000", "200-2104-1000", "AD6232T1 41/11" is silkscreened on the top (and bottom) of the main board in the FCC photos.

"TAG-3500", "20020475000", "AeroScout", and "AD5462T5 44/10" is silkscreened on the G2 WiFi module.

The G2 WiFi module is using a G2 Microsystems G2C547 (G2C547-1) SoC for low power WiFi capability.

There appears to be an additional Freescale microcontroller on the board.

The additional RF module is using a Freescale M9S / M9S8GT6ACE (M9S8GT6A, CE 4L11Y, CTAX1032) microcontroller and a Xilinx XC9572XL CPLD.

The microcontroller used in this device appears to be a MCF52258 (Coldfire).

Per the FCC manual, the AeroScout EX5100 includes the following components...

Bidirectional Wi-Fi module with only the receiver enabled
Wi-Fi transmitter (T2 Tag) which is used by the Exciter for health management
Exciter controller
125 KHz LF Tx

The OUI specified on the FCC label is 00:0C:CC (AeroScout). This is assumed to be correct.

The sample FCC label also has "Stanley Healthcare Solutions" on it.
Likely P/N: 100-2105-1000

Manuf. in Israel?