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Wireless AP/Bridge/Client delivers 300 Mbps data rate.

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October 15, 2013 - Suited for hard-to-wire outdoor locations, Model AWK-6232 supports IEEE 802.11n technology, assuring dependable, high-speed wireless connectivity. Dual 2.4 GHz/5 GHz RF modules permit 2 independent wireless connections over different frequencies. Modules make Zero Wireless Packet Loss possible and qualify AWK-6232 for deployments where devices must meet stringent EMC and noise immunity requirements. Housed in IP68-rated metal enclosure, AP includes waterproof/dustproof M12 RJ45 connectors.

Moxa Americas, Inc.

601 Valencia Ave., Brea, CA, 92823, USA

Original Press Release

Faster Transmission Speeds & Maximum Network Availability are Highlights of the New AWK-6232 Wireless AP/Bridge/Client from Moxa

Press release date: October 4, 2013

Industrial-grade device delivers up to 300 Mbps data rate

BREA, CA -- Moxa, a provider of hardened networking, communication and computing solutions, is meeting the growing need for faster transmission speeds and wider coverage with its new AWK-6232 wireless Access Point/Bridge/Client that allows outdoor networks to scale to higher bandwidth demand while providing maximum availability.

"Anyone who has suffered download delays or interruptions on an outdoor wireless network should welcome the AWK-6232, our top-of-the-line, high-bandwidth outdoor wireless solution," said Ariana Drivdahl, Industrial Wireless Product Marketing Manager for Moxa. "Our goal is to expand outdoor and industrial wireless network availability and provide the most consistent, high-quality user experience."

Ideal for hard-to-wire outdoor locations, the AWK-6232 delivers a net data rate of up to 300 Mbps and supports IEEE 802.11n technology, assuring the most dependable, high-speed wireless connectivity. In addition, the AWK-6232 eliminates costly interruptions in WLAN transmissions thanks to its dual 2.4/5 GHz RF modules that permit two independent wireless connections over different frequencies. These dual modules make Zero Wireless Packet Loss possible and qualify the AWK-6232 for deployments where devices must meet the most stringent EMC and noise immunity requirements.

Because industrial and outdoor applications expose network devices to extreme heat and cold, moisture, corrosive liquids, and shock, Moxa housed the AWK-6232 inside an IP68-rated metal enclosure complete with waterproof/dustproof M12 (anti-vibration) RJ45 connectors. This impressive feature set is compliant with the essential sections of EN 50155, covering operating temperature, power input voltage, surge, ESD and vibration resistance.

Moxa has recently published a new guidebook to industrial wireless titled "From Wired To Wireless: Things You Need To Know" that can be downloaded for free at: www.moxa.com/Event/IW/2013/wireless_guidebook/Index.htm.

For more information, visit www.moxa.com or contact Moxa Americas at:
Moxa Americas Inc
601 Valencia Ave, Ste 100
Brea CA 92823
(714) 528-6777

ABOUT MOXA
Founded in 1987, Moxa has over 25 years of experience in developing, designing, and manufacturing hardened communication solutions for markets such as industrial automation, transportation, railway, energy, and the marine industry. Moxa solutions include industrial Ethernet switches, wireless networking products, network management software, embedded computers, fieldbus and serial networking products, remote I/O modules, and IP cameras. Additional information about Moxa and its product offerings can be found by visiting www.moxa.com

©2013 MOXA INC.  All rights reserved.  All products and names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.  While Moxa has made every effort at the time of publication to ensure the accuracy of the information provided herein, product specifications, configurations, prices, system/component/options availability are all subject to change without notice.

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