Wireless bridge series expanded, can replace cabling

HMS Industrial Networks' Anybus Wireless Bridge series has been expanded to include industrial Ethernet over WLAN, industrial Ethernet over Bluetooth, and serial over Bluetooth.

12/05/2014


HMS Industrial Networks' Anybus Wireless Bridge series has been expanded to include industrial Ethernet over WLAN, industrial Ethernet over Bluetooth, and serial over Bluetooth. Courtesy: HMS Industrial NetworksHMS Industrial Networks' Anybus Wireless Bridge series is designed to replace Ethernet cabling with a Bluetooth or WLAN connection. The series has been expanded to include industrial Ethernet over WLAN (point-to-point), industrial Ethernet over Bluetooth (point-to-point or multi-point), and serial over Bluetooth (point-to-point or multi-point). The wireless bridges are designed to make connections easier for system integrators and automation engineers who need to connect in hazardous areas, hard-to-reach locations, or installations where cables are not desirable. They can bridge industrial Ethernet standards such as Profinet, EtherNet/IP, BACnet/IP, and Modbus TCP as well as serial networks. They also provide users with a maintenance-free wireless connection. Depending on architectural needs, the Anybus Wireless Bridges can be used for point-to-point cable replacement as well as for connecting several wireless nodes.

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