M2M Wi-Fi module
Lantronix's xPico Wi-Fi module is a compact, embedded wireless device server has simultaneous access point and client functionality and is optimized for easy and secure wireless functionality for M2M applications.
Lantronix's (NASDAQ: LTRX) xPico Wi-Fi module is a compact, embedded wireless device server designed for easy and fast machine-to-Wi-Fi connectivity.
The xPico Wi-Fi module has simultaneous access point and client functionality, which allows the creation of its own secure Wi-Fi network for direct access as well as maintaining a Wi-Fi client connection to the existing Wi-Fi network. This allows machines to be directly accessed via smartphone or tablet.
With Lantronix' Zero-Host Load architecture, there is no need to manage or load drivers on the system or write a single line of code. The xPico Wi-Fi has been optimized to bring easy and secure wireless functionality to a wide range of machine to machine applications from small battery powered devices to large industrial installations. The xPico Wi-Fi device boasts a tiny footprint of 24 mm x 16.5 mm, and is pin and form factor compatible with other members of the Lantronix xPico product family.
Other features include direct access to device data via smartphones, tablets, and connected PCs, simultaneous Soft-AP and Client mode, 256-bit AES Encryption, and the ability to operate in harsh temperatures.
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