WiFi bridge to bring Ethernet to remote devices a router at each end expands the network
We have many years of experience on WiFi implementations, with our mesh networks is easy and inexpensive to setup a modular wireless network, that can start as small as a local internet access for a residence, or a local business center in a hotel, or an entire community or city. Our mesh Access Points / Routers are added to the network as needed and find the best path for the signal, learning automatically and adjusting to new obstacles to maintain an excellent connection. Same units can be gateways if directly connected to the LAN backbone or repeaters when just connected to the electrical power. POE Power Over Ethernet can be used to obtain the best position of the antenna and short coaxial cables allowing the best signal gain.
We offer managed WiFi services with Load Balancing that can be setup as a complementary Internet Service to your guests, tenants, or as pay per use. We offer all installation, administration, and support.
Antenna: 2.4GHz 5dBi Directional IP67 Waterproof WiFi with 6FT cable to RP-SMA. Thru-Hole Mount
OM2P 150 Mbps Access Point with External Antenna.
150 Mbps 802.11n mini cloud-managed access point with passive 12-24v (NON 802.3af) POE support, dual Ethernet ports and a single external antenna.
The OM2P 802.11n wireless access point is ideally suited for providing robust internet coverage just about anywhere you need to share a connection. The OM2P excels in hotels, apartments, neighborhoods, coffee shops, shopping malls, campgrounds, and marinas.
The OM2P features 23dBm power (200 mW) at even the highest speeds (5-8 dBi higher than most business class access points). With an external antenna with standard RP-SMA connector, it provides the the flexibility to work with 3rd-party external antennas.
Description: Low Range Ethernet to WiFi Bridge
The NetSmallBridge – Ethernet to Wifi Bridge allows you to connect the Push communication system to your existing wireless WiFi network. This prevents you from needing to route an Ethernet cable between your internet router and the Push gateway.
Configure via either a PC or Mac computer with a Ethernet port. Once the WiFi bridge is connected to your computer over Ethernet, you can set it up via a web browser by going to http://vonets.cfg (instructions are included)
Use this the Ethernet to Wifi Bridge only if you are also purchasing the Push communication system as well. If range is at all a consideration (over 20 ft), please use a long range WiFi Bridge or Internet Access Point, please contact us for more details.
Has an RJ45 Ethernet connector that connects to the Ethernet socket on the Push device. The USB connection is only used to power the device. The WiFi bridge can also be powered using a low voltage power adapter, which connects to the barrel jack on bridge.
First connect the Ethernet port to your PC or Mac and power up the WiFi Bridge. Change settings within the WiFi bridge to give it access to your existing WiFi network (network name and password). Then connect the WiFi Bridge to the Push device
We provide a splitter so you can power the Wifi Bridge with the same power adapter that is provided with the Push device.