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Anybus Wireless Bolt

Anybus® Wireless Bolt: Wireless connector giving a machine or cabinet wireless access via Bluetooth® or Wireless LAN (WLAN)

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Anybus Wireless Bolt enables you to connect industrial devices to a wireless network. It is attached onto a cabinet or a machine to enable wireless access. Wireless transmission is made via Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy or WLAN (Wifi) technology.

The Wireless Bolt is IP65-rated and has a max range of 100 meters. It can communicate with devices using Ethernet, Serial (RS232/485) or CAN. Regardless of communication method, you have the same connector (2x9p;3,5 Plug Connector) for both power and communication.

Bluetooth or WLAN?

All versions of the Wireless Bolt support wireless communication via Bluetooth/Bluetooth Low Energy or WLAN.

Summary: If high data throughput is most important – choose WLAN. If connection robustness/stability is most important – choose Bluetooth.


Anybus Wireless Bolt - Ethernet

 

On the wired side, the Anybus Wireless Bolt communicates over Industrial Ethernet, supporting protocols such as BACnet/IP, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP as well as TCP/IP and UDP.


CONFIGURE MACHINES WIRELESSLY
Anybus Wireless Bolt gives you direct access to configure or troubleshoot your machinery. With a range of 100 meters you can access the internal web pages via a laptop, tablet or smartphone. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) means that you no longer need an expensive HMI. A machine operator or technician does not need to be physically located at the machine to gain access.

an all-in-one solution
With Anybus Wireless Bolt you get an All-in-one package featuring, connector, communication processor and integrated antenna in the same unit, with an exterior IP67 protection class. Regardless of communication method you select, you have the same connector (2x9p Plug Connector) for both power and communication.

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