About the product
Anybus® Wireless Bridge II enables equipment in industrial environments to communicate wirelessly with each other via either a WLAN or Bluetooth. Its advantage is the avoidance of expensive cabling in industrial premises and its ability to communicate with up to seven clients per unit.
What does AMB do?
AMB moulds nine different components for Anybus Wireless Bridge II, mainly housings with various connector orifices for Ethernet ports and antennae, but also a light guide that is fitted into the unit. Materials in the housings are PC/ABS and PMMA in the light guide. A further step in the project currently under way is studying the possibility of replacing a stamped EPDM gasket with a form-in-place gasket. A form-in-place gasket is positioned with the aid of a robot with an XYZ table that automatically lays out gaskets in the desired shape.
HMS products are used for industrial communication in millions of machines around the world to help their customers broaden their market and improve their business. HMS stands for Hardware Meets Software™. HMS products, solutions and expertise allow machines (hardware) to connect to various systems (software).
HMS was founded in 1988 in Halmstad, where its headquarters remains to this day. The company operates in 14 countries and had annual sales of SEK 1,183 million in 2017. It has just over 500 employees.