Moxa AWK-3131 wireless access point

Friday, 02 March, 2012 | Supplied by: Madison Connectivity Solutions


Moxa has released the AWK-3131 wireless access point, equipped with M12 connectors to protect wired connections from the wear and tear of vibration, moisture and dust. It is a basic indoor wireless access point/client/bridge, built to the 802.11n standard, making it backwards compliant with 802.11a/b/g.

The entire device is housed in an IP30, full-metal casing and features Power over Ethernet+, redundant power jacks and Turbo Roaming to provide a wireless connection that can reach data transfers of 300 Mbps and roaming handoffs of 50 ms when paired with other Moxa hardware.

Other features include: M12 antivibration connectors, MIMO technology increases data throughput and range, and -40 to 75°C operating range (T models).

Online: madisonconnect.au
Phone: 02 8756 4223
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