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Belden (St. Louis, MO) has launched HiLCOS 8.50, an updated version of its established WLAN firmware. The use of protocol stacks for Profinet I/O and the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) from Ethernet/IP makes it possible to visualize access points via the network controllers.

Belden (St. Louis, MO) has launched HiLCOS 8.50, an updated version of its established WLAN firmware. The use of protocol stacks for Profinet I/O and the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) from Ethernet/IP makes it possible to visualize access points via the network controllers. In that way, WLAN devices can be both easily configured and securely monitored. Over and above this, the firmware provides a number of WLAN-specific functions which are also available via the controllers. These include the signal strength and data rate of the wireless connection. It is also possible to define threshold values and link these to alarms.

Visit www.belden.com to learn more. 

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