Wireless Kits - Wi-Fi5/BT5.0 and LTE Cat.16

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Wireless Kits - Wi-Fi5/BT5.0 and LTE Cat.16
Wireless Kits - Wi-Fi5/BT5.0 and LTE Cat.16

Two new wireless solutions have been released by Advantech. Their main goal is to improve connectivity in various applications. EWM-W192 K1 & K2 and EWM-C186K1 (EWM-W/C) wireless kits enable Wi-Fi 5/Bluetooth 5.0 and LTE CAT16 respectively. EWM-W192 K1 & K2 are compatible with standard M.2 2230 A-E key form factor connectors, while EWM-C186 K1 easily connects to M.2 3042 key-B for convenient wireless access. Both EWM-W/C models feature FCC and CE-RED certified wireless antennas and cables for system designers seeking wireless solutions in diverse industrial, retail, and medical applications.

Towards quick integration into IoT systems and applications

Advantech’s EWM-W/C features multiple dipole antennas and cables (EWM-W192 K1 & K2 features 2 x dipole antennas & MHF4 RF connector cables, EWM-C186K1 features 4 x dipole antennas & MFH4 connector cables). This adaptable wireless solution facilitates easy planning, installation, and management to reduce time-to-market. In order to avoid bottlenecks caused by RF testing, Advantech partnered with Intel® IoT BU to certify its EWM-W/C wireless solutions. To this end, the EWM-W/C wireless solutions satisfy international safety standards for human exposure to electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic signals, and are CE RED, FCC, and IC certified.

Posted on September 8, 2020 - (1095 views)
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