Opto 22 introduces wireless LAN
Temecula, Calif. -SNAP Wireless LAN I/O extends SNAP Ethernet I/O network to areas where it is impossible or too expensive to run network wiring. This compact, flexible processor connects analog, digital, and serial devices with wireless LANs for monitoring, control, and data acquisition. It uses TCP/IP transport protocol; a built-in web server provides diagnostics, configuration, and data serving; and multiple simultaneous protocols include Modbus/ TCP, XML, HTML, SNMP, and SMTP. Opto 22 www.opto22.com
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