Industrial wireless network
Moxa's AWK-5232 Industrial a/b/g/n Wireless AP/Bridge/Client delivers high-speed wireless connectivity with up to 300 Mbps data rate and can be used as a drop-in solution for hard-to-wire deployments or a TCP/IP network.
Moxa's AWK-5232 Industrial a/b/g/n Wireless AP/Bridge/Client delivers high-speed wireless connectivity with up to 300 Mbps data rate, along with seamless deployment and plug-and-play scalability that reduce the costs of networking by eliminating the need to purchase and manage multiple pieces of equipment.
Purpose engineered for industrial environments, it the perfect drop-in solution for hard-to-wire deployments and for virtually any mobile device connected over a TCP/IP network. It supports not only 802.11n wireless connectivity but legacy a/b/g equipment. Integrated WEP/WPA/WPA2/802.11X security and powerful filters prevent unauthorized access to the network.
Leveraging two independent RF modules (2.4 GHz and/or 5GHz), the AWK-5232 supports an extensive variety of wireless configurations and applications, while its redundant connections ensures consistently high reliability across the entire wireless network.
The AWK-5232 is compliant with the essential sections of EN 50155 covering an extended operating temperature range, power input voltage, surge, ESD and vibration. Its redundant dual DC power inputs increase power supply reliability. In addition, it can be powered via PoE+ for easier deployment.
Moxa Americas, Inc.
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