Serial-To-WiFi Converter Designed To Connect A Device To A Computer Wirelessly
EZAutomation's EZWifi is a serial-to-wifi converter that is designed to connect a device to a computer wirelessly. It is designed for applications where connectivity might be restricted in area where the user will require access to the network. EZWiFi is equipped with two wireless modes: "Infrastructure Mode", which connects any laptop to the device as long as they are on the internal network; "AdHoc," which does not require any access point or router and instead establishes its own to allow communication between EZWiFi and a PC. It also has a safety measure that prevents a 3rd party from randomly accessing the device while it is in "AdHoc" mode. Each Wi-Fi module is individually programmed with a unique SSID and password. These are also programmable through the respective EZAutomation software if the password to the project is known. EZWiFi also supports 802.11 b/g/n protocols.
- DIP Switch Selectable Mode
- Ad-Hoc One-to-One (AP Mode)
- Infrastruture Network (STA Mode)
- Security Protection: Unique SSID & Password for each module
- 802.11 b/g/n protocols supported
- Powered by 24VDC or 2AAA Batteries
- Software security formats include WPA/WPA2 with encryption WEP/TKIP/AES
- Network Protocols supported are IPV4, TCP/UDP/HTTP/FTP
- FCC Certified
- LED Indicators to show communication and mode connectivity
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