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2017 Engineers’ Choice Award Winner –

Weidmuller’s Wireless Ethernet and Serial Device Server

 

 

RICHMOND, VA (March 20, 2017) — Weidmuller is proud to announce that their Wireless Ethernet and Serial Device Server has been selected to receive a 2017 Engineers’ Choice Award in the category of Network Integration – Wireless Products from Control Engineering magazine. This product was among more than 100 product finalists that were evaluated by automation professionals for technological advancement, service to the industry and impact to the market.  

 

“It is exciting for us to be recognized for this award, it demonstrates that Weidmuller is an accepted key provider for advanced wireless and Ethernet solutions in industrial automation”, said Bruce Hofmann, Director of Marketing and Business Development.

Weidmuller’s New Licensed Modems

 

Ideal for industrial networking applications, Weidmuller’s award-winning licensed frequency data modems offer powerful long-range communications (up to 40 miles) to extend Ethernet networks into difficult-to-access locations. Unique design features built into these wireless Ethernet modems provide dynamic network optimization and intelligent routing for high reliability, lower latency and deterministic power management. They integrate with Weidmuller wireless and wired networks to connect remote sensors, actuators and instrumentation to mission critical monitoring and control systems for industries that include oil and gas, water and wastewater, mining and power generation.

 

Weidmuller supports customers and partners around the world with products, solutions and services in the industrial environment of power, signal and data. The company develops innovative, sustainable and useful solutions that set standards in Industrial Connectivity today and continually work toward providing solutions for the technology challenges of tomorrow. The Weidmuller Group owns manufacturing plants, sales companies and representatives in more than 80 countries.    

 
 

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