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Multi-Link Introduces a Unique, Patented M2M Cell Signal Amplifier
UL Listed with Patented “Passive Bypass” and “Auto Signal Compensation”
By: Multi-Link, Inc.
“Many companies have remote sites which require reliable cellular connections for their network connections and polling operations. Sites on the “edge” of network cellular coverage are many times are out of touch with their information center, or the signal is too weak to provide complete and accurate data. The ML-CSA 3550 UL corrects this,” said Larry Anderson, president of Multi-Link.
“We noticed an increase in demand for devices that enhance the performance of cellular modems for data exchanges and collection” stated Scott Shelton, Multi-Link director of marketing. “We’re especially excited for our new UL 1610 certified cellular amplifier. “This certification provides companies requiring the use of Central Monitoring Stations another level of confidence in the reliability of their cellular connected equipment.”
Some notable features for the ML-CSA 3550 UL are a simplified “in-line” installation, patented Passive Bypass Technology which allows the cellular device to stay connected if the amplifier loses power, patented Auto Gain & Oscillation Control to meet new FCC requirements for signal interference, and a variable power input range of +8.0 to 36.0 VDC to meet a wide range of applications, both fixed and mobile.
Founded in 1987, Multi-Link, Inc. is a Kentucky-based manufacturer dedicated to the development and marketing of high quality DataCom devices, including remote power management and telephony switching equipment, for a wide variety of commercial and government applications. As the leading company in telephone line sharing products, thousands of companies employ Multi-Link devices to reduce their telecommunications cost through more efficient use of phone lines. Many customers have achieved millions of dollars in phone cost savings and most customers achieve their ROI in less than 90 days. Made in U.S.A.
Learn more by visiting www.multi-link.net or calling 800.535.4651.
Mr. Larry Anderson