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DIPOL at HORECA fair, Krakow, Nov. 15-17
The International Trade Fair of Hotel and Catering Equipment HORECA/GASTROFOOD is a response to dynamic development of hotel and catering industry in Poland. In the same place and time the exhibitors present a comprehensive offer for hotels, motels, boarding houses, restaurants, bars, pizzerias, cafes, catering companies etc. From gastronomy and refrigeration equipment, through furniture, tableware, textiles, software, food and beverages, to a wealth of wines for the HoReCa sector. Thanks to such an elaborate formula, the Fair in Krakow stands out among other events of this type. This is the place where the whole HoReCa industry meets to summarize the year, present novelties and set trends for the next season.
DIPOL co-operates more closely with TP-Link.
At the Horeca fair the companies had common stand.
TP-LINK has become one of the world's leading providers of SOHO & SMB networking products, providing both innovative and award winning solutions to the market. The devices of this brand are characterized by simple configuration and modern look. By placing the customer first, TP-LINK exports its products to over 120 countries, serving hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide and becoming the global leader in the WLAN market. In addition to reliable home and business network equipment, it offers numerous accessories, antennas and smart home solutions.
During this year's edition of the fair, DIPOL presented a number of new products. We especially recommended solutions for wireless access to the Internet based on TP-Link devices and systems. The range of products included items and solutions both for small boarding houses and big hotels.
DIPOL also showed:
  • Video surveillance system based on Hikvision equipment
  • Hotel TV system based on Terra devices
  • Structural cabling
  • Hotel locks
  • Hotel safes
  • Parking access control systems
TP-Link CAP system - ideal solution for hotels!
CAP system with Auranet EAP Controller software allows users to manage hundreds of EAPs at multiple sites from a single location. The management includes real-time monitoring, graphical analysis of network traffic, and batch firmware updates. With automatic detection, adding a new access point to the network takes a while. The controller automatically detects, configures, and manages the access point a moment after connecting it to the network.
Captive portal provides a convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests, requiring users to perform certain actions (such as viewing and agreeing to an acceptable use policy or entering a password) before network access is allowed. The required action must be verified by a server or customized database prepared by the administrator.
The application of the access points powered directly from PoE switches significantly reduces the wiring and makes it easy to deploy them anywhere in the building. The transmission of power and data takes place via a single U/UTP cable connecting the AP with the PoE switch.
Thanks to Load Balance function, the network will automatically limit the number of users (set by the administrator) connected to one device - another user will be connected to a less-loaded AP. This function can also switch users that move in the building to APs with stronger signals. Another important feature is Band Steering distributing the load proportionally among 2.4 and 5 GHz bands.
Wireless Access Point TP-Link CAP1750 (dual-band, 802.3ac, PoE 802.3at)
Wireless Access Point TP-Link CAP1750 (dual-band, 802.3ac, PoE 802.3at) N2555
An example of deploying TP-Link EAP EAP225 N2567 units in a building
TP-Link CAP300-outdoor N2569 devices deployed outside a three-part hotel building
Hotel locks system
Single Key System components can be operated by a hotel guest using one, individually programmed card. The cards of hotel guests can be programmed to give them access to selected zones, to their rooms and car park, cabinets in the SPA area, and even to send the elevator to their floor without pressing any button. Hotel guests insert the same cards into power switches in their rooms, which prevents power consumption by lights and other electrical appliances while they are away, helping to reduce unnecessary electricity expenses.