Bluetooth gateway reduces cable headaches for motion systems
The new industrial Wireless Network Platform from connectBlue enables an industrial connection free of cabling concerns.
Chicago, IL — The new industrial Wireless Network Platform from wireless infrastructure provider connectBlue mable logic controllers (PLCs).
In demanding industrial applications , the platform acts as a universal “Ethernet to Bluetooth” gateway easily configured via customized Web pages. For example, it can replace Ethernet cables by providing wireless communication to moving and rotating devices, or replacing difficult or expensive to install cable runs. The device accommodates up to seven Bluetooth Serial Port connections to an Ethernet network, providing virtual serial cables between the industrial devices and a PC connected to the Ethernet, company says.
“The Wireless Network Platform does not just simplify and reduce the actual installation costs, it also provides a completely maintenance free connection,” says Rolf Nilsson, president of connectBlue. “Although the product itself is new, the underlying platform is a proven solution that has been in years of operation 24-7 under rough industrial conditions,” Nilsson adds. Control Engineering offers wireless Webcasts
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