Yes, Virginia, there is a Wi-Fi BACnet Router

Yes, Virginia, there is a Wi-Fi BACnet Router

Posted by: Lindsey Allen | Posted on: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Can we let you in on a little secret? Johnson Controls International (JCI) HQ in Milwaukee is currently evaluating our BACnet Router with Wi-Fi as a suitable addition to the JCI systems integration tool belt.  

Rumor has it, our BACnet Router performs better than the current standard JCI solution, AND it supports Wi-Fi. Why do you need Wi-Fi enablement on a BACnet Router, you say? Quickly think about the most difficult install location you’ve ever encountered. That’s why you need Wi-Fi. Our Wi-Fi enabled BACnet Router allows you to configure your devices over the internal Wi-Fi network which eliminates the need for you to configure at the device’s location.

Three cheers for convenience!

We’re pretty confident with our solution and want to share it with you so that you can stay ahead of the Wi-Fi curve.

Plus, Wi-Fi connectivity is here to stay. You know it, I know it, we all know it. It’s no secret that our world is becoming more connected.

In fact, people expect Wi-Fi connectivity nearly everywhere they go – and industrial facilities are no longer an exception. BACnet IP over Wi-Fi is becoming more and more common and there is now a need for BACnet Routers to have Wi-Fi functionality.

Get yourself a Wi-Fi enabled BACnet Router, make your life easier, be more competitive as the industrial world shifts to BACnet IP over Wi-Fi.

Sound good? Good.

Lindsey Allen

Lindsey Allen