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Wi-Fi 802.11b/g Wireless to Serial RS232 RS485 RS422 Converter Adapter Adaptor


$105.99

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Overview:
-Connect RS-232/485/422 serial device to WLAN
-Supports automatic IP configuration protocols and manual configuration via a handy web browser console.
-Ensure the compatibility of network software that uses a standard network API by providing TCP Server Mode,TCP Client Mode,and UDP Mode. The Real COM/TTY drivers allow software that works with COM/TTY ports to be set up to work over a TCP/IP network in no time. This excellent feature preserves your software investment and lets you enjoy the benefits of networking your serial devices instantly
-Provides additional features,such as password authentication,IP filter,WEP support for 64-bit and 128-bit encryption,and SNMP support

Product Features:
-Integrated 2.4GHz,IEEE 802.11b/g compatible WiFi connectivity
-Dual 8-bit 1T 8051/80390 CUP 80MHz
-Baud rage range: 3600 to 921600bps,UART support RS232/RS485/RS422
-On board ceramic chip antenna and U.FL connector for external antenna
-Max outdoor range up to 300meters(984 ft),line of sight
-Electromagnetic compatibility: FCC,CE,ARIB
-Peak current at 3.3V power input in serial to WiFi device server application 360mA
-Security 802.11i security WEP-64/128,TKIP(WPA-PSK) and AES(WPA2-PSK)
-Up to 13 channels. Profiles available include USA,CA,EU,ES,FR,JP,CN,TW and other
-Update firmware by webpage or TFTP -Built-in watchdog -Supports 3 WiFi power saving modes in normal operation of infrastructure mode with reception
Package Includes: 1pc Main Device,1pc 2.4G Antenna,1pc Serial Port Cable,1pc Power Adapter

Applications:
-Serial to WiFi Device Server
-WiFi Speaker
-WiFi Remote Control/Monitor
-Ethernet to WiFi Bridge
-WiFi Network Camera
-WiFi RFID TCP/IP and WLAN Offload
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 18 September, 2015.

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