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Tamper-Resistant Dual-Band WiFi WRT Antenna Series - Connectorized Half-Wave Dipoles

Linx Technologies Intros Dual-Band WiFi WRT Antenna - RF CafeDecember 28, 2017 - Expanding the popular and proprietary Linx WRT line, the dual-band WiFi WRT antenna supports legacy 2.4 GHz WiFi and newer 5.8 GHz band applications, in a single, compact antenna. The dual-band WiFi WRT antenna has a low profile and tamper resistant design that is perfect for challenging applications such wireless vending, security, traffic, and power equipment. Installing through a small hole in the enclosure the dual-band WiFi WRT antenna has an integrated closed-cell PSA seal, protecting critical equipment from harsh, external elements. The dipole version of the WRT is optimized for applications with non-conductive or RF transparent enclosures, with its integrated counterpoise eliminating the need for additional ground plane.

Available as a standard version with 8.5 inch cable terminated with either an RP-SMA, SMA or U.Fl connector, the dual-band WiFi WRT antenna is easily customized with the cable length and connector of your choice. The antenna mounts through a hole in the product case and is secured with a nut or threaded fastener. Available in 418 MHz, 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 916 MHz, 2.45 GHz and dual-band 2.45 GHz / 5.8 GHz, it’s attached to an 8.5-inch long (216mm) RG174 cable with an SMA or FCC Part 15 compliant RP-SMA connector on the other end. The 868 MHz, 916 MHz and 2.4 GHz models are also available with a 1.32mm cable and U.FL/MHF compatible connector.

Key Benefits:

Tamper-resistant: difficult to break

Secure: permanently attaches to the product case with a nut or threaded fastener

Customizable: custom colors, cables and connectors are available

The WRT also comes in a monopole version which you can find here.

About Linx Technologies

Linx Technologies strives to make every engineer a hero in record time™ by minimizing the risk, delays, and technical challenges for design engineers to make their products wireless and connect to the Internet of Things (IoT). Linx manufactures wireless components including antennas, modules, remote controls and RF connectors. If you choose to incorporate our components in your design, we relentlessly focus on ensuring your successful product launch.

Our tag line is Wireless Made Simple™, meaning that we specialize in making the complex world of radio frequency easy for engineers of all skill levels to use. Unlike other wireless suppliers, every aspect of our products, documentation, support, and design experience are specifically crafted to achieve Wireless Made Simple.

Contact Info:

Linx Technologies
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR, 97532
Phone: 800-736-6677
Web: www.linxtechnologies.com

 

 

Posted December 28, 2017

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