Weatherproof access point for harsh outdoor environments

Moxa's AWK-4131A-US-T outdoor industrial AP/bridge/client features an IP68-rated weatherproof housing and is designed for installation in railways, bridges and marinas, and critical industrial applications.

10/07/2016


Moxa's AWK-4131A-US-T outdoor industrial AP/bridge/client features an IP68-rated weatherproof housing and is designed for installation in railways, bridges and marinas, and critical industrial applications. Courtesy: MoxaMoxa's AWK-4131A-US-T outdoor industrial AP/bridge/client features an IP68-rated weatherproof housing coupled with support for ultra-fast 802.11n and 2X2 multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO) to improve throughput up to 300 Mbps, even under conditions of interference and multi path propagation. It is designed for installation in railways, bridges and marinas, and critical industrial applications. The AWK-4131A-US-T has an operating temperature range of -40 to 75 C (-40 F to 167 F). It also offer dual isolation on power and RF signals, which is designed to enhance its resistance to the negative effects of electromagnetic disturbances. The unit also features Moxa's AeroLink Protection for wireless redundancy and reliability. The AWK-4131A-US-T also supports dynamic frequency selection operating in the 5GHz band, which makes more wireless spectrum available to minimize interference and maximize bandwidth.

Moxa Americas Inc.

www.moxa.com 

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