DeWalt has launched its new Jobsite Wi-Fi Access Points (DCT100), which utilizes a user’s existing ISP to provide wireless Internet coverage on the job site.
Made in the USA with global materials, according to DeWalt, the device can operate at temperatures between -4 and 122. Access Points are IP67 rated to protect against dust and water submersion. In addition, the Jobsite Wi-Fi mobile app, coming soon, will provide detailed steps to guide users through the simple setup process without requiring a technician.
With both vertical and horizontal mounting options, DeWalt Jobsite Wi-Fi Access Points can be installed to a user’s optimal orientation on a carabiner, anchor, tripod, or wall mount (not included). As the jobsite changes and progresses, the Access Points self-heal and adapt, retaining connectivity on site and helping to keep users connected to their data, according to DeWalt.
Each Access Point operates off of 120V AC power and provides WPA2 encryption via SSL interfaces for security.