HMS Anybus Wireless Bolt access point

Monday, 01 May, 2017 | Supplied by: Global M2M


Anybus bolt

HMS Industrial Networks has introduced the Anybus Wireless Bolt, a wireless access point designed to be mounted on a machine or cabinet to give it wireless access via WLAN, Bluetooth or Bluetooth Low Energy. This access makes it possible to do configuration via a regular tablet or smartphone or connect to a cloud service.

The Anybus Wireless Bolt is mounted onto a machine or cabinet (just like a bolt) to give it a robust IP67 wireless interface. It is typically used for configuration purposes. For example, the Bolt makes it possible to use a device such as a tablet or smartphone to connect to a machine and use it as an HMI. Another typical use case is connecting a machine to a cloud service.

The Wireless Bolt can communicate wirelessly up to 100 m via WLAN, Bluetooth or Bluetooth Low Energy. On the wired side, the Anybus Wireless Bolt can communicate with devices via serial (RS232/485), CAN or Ethernet. Regardless of communication method, it has the same connector (2x9p Plug Connector) for both power and communication.

For more information: http://www.anybus.com.au/wirelessbolt.

Online: www.globalm2m.com.au
Phone: 03 9338 8189
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