Wireless access point gains wider access
Honeywell is offering a wireless Access Point from Cisco Systems to expand its industrial wireless products and services.
Honeywell (NYSE:HON) announced it is offering a wireless Access Point from Cisco Systems as part of its OneWireless solution of industrial wireless products and services. This Cisco Access Point provides customers seeking to implement a long-term, plant-wide wireless infrastructure at their industrial facilities with industry leading technology and support from two of the largest and most established wireless solutions providers in the world.
Cisco’s Aironet 1552S Access Point with its integrated ISA100.11a radio complements and extends Honeywell’s OneWireless network, providing wireless coverage for both Wi-Fi applications and ISA100.11a field instruments under a single infrastructure and minimizing total cost of ownership.
The addition of Cisco’s technical capability and experience in mesh infrastructure and Wi-Fi applications will offer industrial automation customers an unparalleled level of choice and expertise when devising future proof wireless solutions to best suit their plant needs.
- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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