Fluidmesh Announces the Release of the FM3200

Fluidmesh Networks, a manufacturer of wireless systems for security, industrial, and mission-critical applications, is pleased to announce the release of its new FM 3200 radio.

Fluidmesh Announces the Release of the FM3200Available in two versions – the FM3200 BASE hosts an integrated sector antenna, and the FM 3200 ENDO comes without an antenna, enabling customers to integrate an external one. This new radio can be used to create highly customized point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, mesh, and mobile networks.

Because safety depends on reliable communication – capturing critical video, sharing essential data and enabling urgent conversations - wireless networks are particularly well suited to address user's needs for flexibility and reliability. They can also be installed faster and less expensively compared to wired networks, even in harsh environments.

The FM3200 is equipped with two networks ports, one active PoE 802.3af Gigabit port, and one 10/100 service port. The product can achieve up to 200 mbps throughput at three miles. It is simple to configure, and features an NPT1 waterproof cable gland, pre-assembled mounting brackets and hose clamps for ease of installation.

The FM3200 BASE version features an 18dBi/120° integrated antenna and delivers high packet rate thanks to the high frequency CPU.

Strong and sturdy, it is encased in a metal housing to stand up to the harshest of environments. RF connectors have been treated for saline and humid environments with Cu-Sn-Zn-plating for long lasting performances.

"We are very pleased to introduce the FM3200 and provide all the advantages it offers to users," said Cosimo Malesci, Fluidmesh co-founder and EVP of Sales Marketing. "Fluidmesh continues to think out of the box and remains the most flexible and cost effective wireless solutions provider for security, industrial, and mission-critical applications in the market."

The FM 3200 will be released and available in September, 2014.

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