We are very excited to announce the new WiFi Range Extender from NTI. The Range Extender is used with the ENVIROMUX® E-2D/5D/16D Enterprise Environment Monitoring Systems, E-1W(P) 1-Wire Environment Monitoring System, E-MICRO-T(RHP) Micro Environment Monitoring System, and E-MINI-LXO Mini Environment Monitoring System to create an easy-to-use Wireless Environment Monitoring System.
When a user connects the E-WIFI-RE WiFi Range Extender and a wireless router with an ENVIROMUX unit to create a Wireless Environment Monitoring System, the user is able to configure, monitor, and receive alerts without being entangled in an extensive wired network. This setup is particularly useful in situations where connecting to a wired network is difficult.
The E-WIFI-RE connects to an ENVIROMUX system via the push button, a web browser, or mobile app. The range extender works with any Wi-Fi router or wireless access point. It supports wireless speeds up to 300 Mbps; a 2.4 to 2.5 GHz frequency range; IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, and IEEE 802.11b wireless standards; and 64-bit, 128-bit, 152-bit, WEP WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK wireless security.
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