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Supporting the most commonly used VPN protocols IPsec, PPTP/L2TP client, GRE/IPIP, VPDN, DMVPN and OpenVPN.
User friendly GUI allows quick set up and activation of your required VPN protocol.
Supporting a range of network cellular connectivity from 2G Data to 5G Applications and Services
Reliable connection to industrial machines on third-party sites or remote locations. Supports remote system monitoring, remote diagnostics, remote configuration and firmware updates over the air.
Industrial designed rugged enclosure with IP30 rating to operate in harsh and remote locations
Real time online/offline connection status of device and features. Cloud service allows remote management, monitoring and device activity health status
Wireless technology has taken the industry by storm. There were times when the world was trapped in wires all the time. All the technology related machines used wired connections for multiple purposes. Now wireless modules have covered the industry. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth provides better services and help than discrete designs for daily usage of the internet. Here are a few reasons why one should prefer Wireless Modules:
Wireless modules are much easier to use, we all knew that, but these are way easier to design. In radiofrequency devices, you have to take care of many things including wires, antennas, singles, electric connections and many more. The wireless module can save the manufactures from the stress of assembling the devices and users from setting up a location for the wired device and wires.
For industrial works, internet devices have to face a lot of environmental conditions. Deep down in basements, underwater or hot or cold places it’s not easy to carry wired internet connection but a wireless module can be carried to all industrial and weather conditions very easily.
The areas where it is not possible for wires the signals can travel and wireless modules can catch signals providing complete internet access. The operation takes place very smoothly. There are very minor chances for wireless devices to lose signals. Otherwise, you can always stay connected to the internet using wireless modules.
Wireless modules come with a control panel access option for the admins. You can change settings, passwords, limit data, apply filters and perform many other operations on these devices. To connect more users they just need to have the password of the device and done. In wired networks, new users need to set up wires for connection. Also, there are many types of wires and ports you have to check which wires are supported and which ones are not supported.
One of the biggest problems in the past was to have internet access while traveling from one place to another. The wireless modules have solved this problem. You can have an internet connection right new to you wherever you are traveling. The mobility of these devices has played an important role in extreme popularity.
A wired connection needs people to take care of all wires and overall setup. For industrial use, the number of people required to maintain an internet setup can increase. All the setup can cost you a lot of money. On the other hand, the wireless modules cost less than wired networks. You have not need to hire a team for maintenance. Hardware’s quality is also good which can last many years ultimately saving more of your resources.
We have provided multiple reasons why one should prefer having a wireless IoT module. Now the decision is yours to choose what is best for you.