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Connect devices wirelessly with these new WLAN access points

By Chemical Engineering |

HMS Industrial Networks

HMS Industrial Networks

This company introduced two new Anybus WLAN Access Points (photo) — industrial-grade infrastructure hubs for long-range, wireless local-area network (WLAN) connectivity. The units are suitable for collecting data wirelessly from any machinery or system, especially those equipped with Anybus Wireless Bolt or Bridge. The Anybus WLAN Access Points allow users to set up an industrial wireless infrastructure for multiple wireless clients. Available in two different versions, one for IP30 applications and one for IP67 (outdoor and water resistant), both products feature the same characteristics in terms of range and functionality. The Access Points enable wireless connectivity to all types of industrial equipment, but are especially suited to connect to machinery and systems that are communicating wirelessly via the company’s Anybus Wireless Bolt and Bridge. The WLAN Access Points fit seamlessly into any automation architecture, enabling high-performance wireless connections to a multitude of wireless clients. By supporting up to 1,000 Mbit/s wired Ethernet LAN connection and up to 300 Mbit/s wireless connections, high data throughput is ensured for each client. — HMS Industrial Networks, Halmstad, Sweden

www.anybus.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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