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Enter the Smart Campus with Ruckus Networks

Posted December 16, 2018

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Enter the Smart Campus with Ruckus Networks to attract and drive higher student retention and engagement with the R720/R730 access points and the ICX7150ZP access switch.

Student success and retention remains an important part of all modern colleges and universities. To start to improve student experience on campus, it is important to provide the right tools for students to engage digitally in campus life. A Smart Campus starts with reliable wired and wireless connectivity capable of anywhere in campus to provide smart living, learning, and security.

Smart Living– Drive down costs and create a “greener” campus. Begin streamline and automate many campus services such as any smart home technologies can connect thermostats, video cameras, and smart devices to control inside campus buildings. Universities can also use the smart technology to give students and staff a more personalized control of their environments for building control, automation, smart water, and power controls.

Smart Learning– Elevate higher education with smart learning, integrate digital capabilities for flexible learning space and better collaboration. Students and professors can learn and teach in a way that’s most effective for them and with the ubiquitous mobility and connectivity they have access to the vast amount of information at their fingertips.

Smart Security and Safety– Make campus safer and more secure with connected surveillance cameras, smart locks, and perimeter controls, asset tracking and smart emergency services. Current traditional security have these systems operated separately, a smart campus can combine and integrate into one unified system to make automated real-time decisions that keeps everyone on campus safer.

Wall mount AP/ switch for residence halls and IPTV for the best connection to every device. All Ruckus products provides secure access and use open APIs that allows easy integration with devices, applications, and management solutions from multiple systems.

 

Contact Barcodes and Ruckus to find a solution that you need to build a new smart living, learning, and safe campus.


Honeywell ESD

Posted July 25, 2016

Honeywell Granit 1910i ScannerYou often hear manufacturers reference ESD when discussing scanners.  In fact, on the Honeywell Granit datasheet you’ll see under the “Environmental” section on the back:  ESD.  ±20Kv air discharge, ±8KV contact discharge

What does it mean and why is it important?

  • ESD – electrostatic discharge – is the sudden flow of electricity between two objects resulting from two conditions:
    • Air Discharge.  A high electrostatic field between two objects when they are in close proximity.
    • Contact Discharge.  Direct contact transfer of electricity between two objects at different potentials.  This is similar to the above except you are injecting the shock directly into the computer. A typical example of this would be 20KV Air Discharge into a scanner vehicle mount.  The mount in turn passes an 8KV shock to the scanner.
  • Kv is a kilovolt – or 1,000 Volts. And a volt is…um…a unit of measurement to define voltage.  Think of voltage, using a plumbing analogy, as water pressure.

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