Remote mounted WiFi antenna
Electro Industries/GaugeTech's (EIG) ANT18769 is a remote, mounted wireless (WiFi) antenna that features a magnetic base and mounting for better line of site reception.
Electro Industries/GaugeTech's (EIG) ANT18769 is a remote, mounted wireless (WiFi) antenna to extend the range of its Shark 100S/Shark 200S submeters with WiFi, and its MP200 high-density multi-circuit metering system with the WiFi option. The WiFi antenna has a magnetic base for easy installation and comes with a 2000mm coaxial cable for remote connection.
The remote antenna's benefits to the WiFi meters' include:
- Mounting for better line of site reception
- Ability to mount the WiFi meters in an enclosure but still take advantage of radio-based communication
- Bringing the antenna closer to a window to get out of a basement installation
The remote antenna further enhances the capabilities of the EIG meters with WiFi communication.
Electro Industries/GaugeTech (EIG)
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