Mesh Without Wires

March 15, 2011

Firetide Wireless Ethernet Bridge Spotted in the Wild

Filed under: Physical Security,Point-to-point — kseniacoffman @ 11:00 am
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Firetide Wireless Ethernet Bridge

Firetide Wireless Ethernet Bridge Deployed for Access Control

… in Australia, of all places. The bridge projects tend to be on a smaller scale than our mesh deployments, so we don’t make announcements on them, but it’s nice to see one in operation. This is a project deployed by our integrator Independent Locksmiths & Security for an access control application.

The link pictured employs our FWB-102 wireless Ethernet bridge with integrated 2.4 GHz antennas.

Read the full post on the Independent Locksmiths’ blog: Firetide Enables Reliable Connectivity to Remote Access Control Gate.

For more posts on point-to-point products, please see:

/Image via Independent Locksmiths blog

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