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Whether with computer, smartphone or tablet – the comfortable access to the Internet without a cable creates freedom. Because WLAN enables the user to freely select the location in the entire house. For setting up a cable network the switches can be used as MDRC devices for the distribution system. To double the number of ports from five to ten, the master and slave switches can be connected with each other via an internal interface.
This connecting technique means that no ports are lost for coupling the switches. A total of ten ports are available for use. On these both network sockets as well as the flush-mounted WLAN access point can be connected. The flush-mounted WLAN access point can, for example, be exchanged for an existing network socket. Only a 230-volt connection is required.
The flush-mounted WLAN access point is available for all Busch-Jaeger switch ranges (except for Decento®). Commissioning or parameterization is carried out via a Web browser. For this the Web browser of a computer or of mobile terminal devices - such as smartphones or tablets - can be used. The call is set up via an ad hoc connection.
This product is available in the following versions.
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