Jan. 28, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- FreeWave Technologies, (
), manufacturer of the most reliable, high-performance spread spectrum and licensed radios for critical data transmission, today announced new pricing on several of its Ethernet data radios, including the HTPlus (board level and enclosed), FGR2-P and the award-winning FGR2-PE. The new pricing significantly reduces the cost of data communications and is effective for Ethernet products ordered or shipped on or after
January 24, 2013
. FreeWave will have its portfolio of wireless Ethernet products on display at its booth (#1533) during the DistribuTECH Conference and Exhibition (
"Through the streamlining of our manufacturing processes, we are able to provide our customers with lower price points on FreeWave's Ethernet solutions," said
, chief marketing officer at FreeWave. "Our Ethernet product line continues to provide superior sensitivity, reliability and low-power consumption that FreeWave customers have come to know and expect. Customer satisfaction is our top priority, and FreeWave continues to develop and innovate its products based on its strong partnerships with customers."
FreeWave's FGR2-PE and FGR2-P radios provide simple Ethernet connectivity, industrial grade security, superior RF performance, and simplified network management. Both radios offer two switched Ethernet ports as well as two serial ports to meet the demands of customers' wireless automation requirements. This configuration enables a transition from serial to Ethernet data communication without having to replace your communication infrastructure later on, or operate both serial and Ethernet communication independently and simultaneously on the same platform. The HTPlus offers industrial grade high-speed Ethernet communications over very long wireless links. It is available in both enclosed (HTP-900RE) and board level (HTP-900SEO) versions. The HTPlus is designed to operate in challenging environments with noisy RF conditions and delivers data at a rate of up to 867 Kbps. Both the FGR2-PE and HTPlus radios are ideal for SCADA networks.