Most on-site users will be familiar with the experience: following structural reorganisation work in the workshop or the addition of a couple of clients to the Wi-Fi network, mysterious signal dropouts can then start to occur, which can only be resolved with considerable effort – if at all.In such situations, the on-site engineers spend most of their troubleshooting time trying to reproduce the error symptoms.
To top it all off – and despite every precaution to the contrary – the R-SMA antenna can break off or become damaged, and cannot be simply replaced because the port has suffered damage and is now defective.
As an innovative solution provider with an in-house development unit, CRE has developed a reliable Wi-Fi solution capable of meeting the requirements for industrial applications:
– physically robust
– IEEE 802.11b/g/n-draft ready
– operates in the 2.4 GHz range
– independently tested
– tested by customers
Integrated Wi-Fi solution for industrial S Line PC
The results speak for themselves. The 2.4 GHz “printed shorted-F” antenna, available as a dual set, is designed for direct integration into the housing.
Measurements have been conducted to the full satisfaction of the West Coast University of Applied Sciences (Germany), University of Hamburg and a local testing lab.
For one rollout project, a German premium carmaker group also conducted further tests that CRE’s solution also passed with flying colours.