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Siemens expands its WLAN network portfolio

New industrial WLAN solutions for applications including remote controlled cranes.

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Siemens expands its WLAN network portfolio

Siemens has launched a new series of Wi-Fi 6 WLAN network components.


“The new Scalance WUM766-1 Client Module is the first industrial client module on the market that satisfies the latest Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11ax (“Wi-Fi 6”), enabling reliable and high-performance wireless connectivity. By combining the Client Module with the new Scalance WAM766-1 Access Points, users can now implement demanding Industry 4.0 applications such as augmented reality or remote-controlled cranes,” Siemens stated.


Gross data transmission rats are up to 1201 Mbit/s, enabling the Access Points to link a large number of mobile devices in confined spaces. “The network components can also be used outside of control cabinets, in rail applications and in hazardous areas, thanks to their industry-specific approvals and their compact and robust design with IP65 degree of protection,” Siemens added.


In a network, specific mobile devices can also be deactivated using a sleep mode function combined with a digital input/output interface. “This helps save energy and extend the service life and maintenance cycles of battery powered mobile devices connected via WLAN. This enables energy-efficient operation of automated guided vehicles (AGV fleets), for example,” said Siemens.


The new components will also be equipped with a special function Siemens calls “iPRP” (“industrial Parallel Redundancy Protocol”) for redundant data communication via WLAN, providing highly available wireless communication and maximum availability for critical services. This function can be enabled using a Siemens CLP removable data storage medium. The CLP also enables easy change-out of devices in the field, as it stores the configuration and simply transfers it to the replacement device when it is reconnected.



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