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KEYTROLLER introduces new KEY-MESH - WiFi Host Mesh Network System
Keytroller LLC
Thursday, 5 May 2011 ( #512 )
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KEYTROLLER’s new generation color LCD601 wireless access monitoring system features a built in WiFi radio. The Keytroller device is given it’s own unique IP (internet protocol) address and configured to utilize the same encryption (security) scheme as the APs are using. When the vehicle comes into wireless range, KEYPATROLLER software automatically makes connection and downloads event log data.Unlike cellular communication systems, KEYTROLLER’S WiFi has NO monthly subscription costs since all data is transmitted through the user’s LAN (Local Area Network) directly into software residing on their own server.

Many large users already utilize WiFi APs (access points) positioned throughout the warehouse. If the company does not have an existing wireless infrastructure KEYTROLLER now offers the KEY-MESH system. It is a LAN (Local Area Network) that can quickly and inexpensively be set up and offers plug in "repeaters" to further expand range. Since there are no cables from the router to the repeaters, the system is exceedingly easy to install and set up.

The expense and inconvenience of retrofitting buildings, offices, warehouses, etc with conventional cabling can be expensive and time consuming in smaller operations. The KEY-MESH  system solves this problem by spreading wireless connectivity across the warehouse or many rooms -far beyond the range of a single wireless router that you might find at a computer store.

KEY-MESH system includes a wired host router module connected by Cat 5 cable to the user’s network and 2 repeaters that simply plug into a 110VAC outlet.  

Users simply plug the included hard wired "host" router into the network and put additional "repeaters" around BETWEEN the one plugged into the network and where you want better coverage. These repeaters are self configuring and increase range up to an additional 150’ by each one.  Additional "plug in" repeaters can be added to further increase range by simply plugging them in at the extremity of the connectivity circle.

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For more information view website: www.keytroller.com or contact KEYTROLLER, LLC. 813-877-4500 or email: info@keytroller.com


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