Tulare, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2016
Today Ayrstone Productivity LLC announced availability of the AyrMesh™ IndoorAP access point, designed to connect to the AyrMesh network and provide indoor WiFi anywhere on the farm.
Ayrstone has gained a reputation over the last several years for providing miles and miles of outdoor WiFi connectivity for farmers and ranchers across the U.S. and Canada. Many of their customers have used AyrMesh products to connect offices, homes, and outbuildings to the Internet. Now the IndoorAP allows them to extend their WiFi networks inside those buildings.
“The AyrMesh IndoorAP allows our customers to easily add indoor WiFi to their outbuildings,” said Bill Moffitt, president of Ayrstone Productivity, a provider of wireless farm networking devices. “It can be used in workshops, farm offices, or pole barns. Indoor WiFi is handy for using smartphones and tablets, but it can also be used for security, remote control, or to monitor livestock.”
The AyrMesh IndoorAP simply snaps on to the power supply of any AyrMesh outdoor product – the AyrMesh Hub2n, AyrMesh Receiver, or AyrMesh Bridge. It requires no configuration, and it comes with a simple bracket that allows it to be mounted high on a wall for maximum signal strength and bandwidth.
The AyrMesh IndoorAP retails for $99.95 and can be purchased from a local Ayrstone Pro Partner or on the company’s website at http://www.ayrstone.com.
For more information about the unique Wi-Fi networking products the Ayrstone provides, visit our website, email info(at)ayrstone(dot)com or call us at (888) 837-0637. Like us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ayrstone, follow us on twitter at twitter.com/ayrstone, follow our blog at blog.ayrstone.com and link with our company at linkedin.com/company/ayrstone-productivity.
Ayrstone Productivity is dedicated to helping small rural businesses, and especially farmers in North America, become more productive by providing Internet connectivity all across a property. All Ayrstone products are designed for easy setup and use by people with basic technical knowledge. This ease-of-use, combined with the most powerful hardware in the industry, is bringing the benefits of Wi-Fi networking to farms, ranches, and other rural homesteads and businesses.