The APG BT W400 wireless access point gateway from Laird Technologies Inc., St. Louis, MO, is suited for use in M2M wireless communications and for connecting Bluetooth-enabled devices in a PAN to IP network via Ethernet or WLAN interface. The gateway offers four Class 1 Bluetooth modules, Ethernet, and WLAN communication and is built on an embedded Linux OS. With a multi-radio modular architecture, the gateway can bridge two different networks, aggregate data from up to 28 nodes, and enable data processing. It is designed to act as a network node and can bridge most common types of wireless, network, and serial data protocols for remote DA and control.
Laird Technologies Inc.