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    Studica USB and Ethernet Hub with wireless access point for myRIO

    $579.00

    To enhance how the robot communicates with the Driver's Station in wireless mode, this kit adds an additional USB port as well as an Ethernet port to the myRIO. An access point is provided that is  plugged directly into the myRIO stabilizing the wireless environment while providing protection against unwanted interference and/or malicious connections.

    This kit seamlessly adds two extra USB ports and one Ethernet port to myRIO.

    Includes:

    • USB and Ethernet Hub for myRIO (Seamlessly adds two extra USB ports and one Ethernet port to myRIO)
    • OM5P-AC Dual Band 1.17 Gbps Access Point
    • Power Cable for OpenMesh Radio
    MFR Part #: 71030
    Availability: In stock
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