This article discusses basic network devices that may be present at a system's location.
- WiFi Extenders / Access Points - The most common network extension device. These transceivers provide a secondary relay of signal to and from the Network Router.
- Power Line Adapters (PLA/PLC) - Often used to extend a network, when a device requires an ethernet (cable) connection, or Wifi signals are weak (cannot penetrate walls or ceilings). They relay the network signal from the Router, over the electrical outlets in the home.
- Hub, Switches and Relays - These devices can be employed in larger, more extensive networks with many connection points. They often have multi-port interface with a lot of cable (ethernet) connections and may require a quick power reboot to confirm all IP addresses on a network:
Tigo Data Logger
Tigo offers three different generations of Data Loggers:
All three generations of the Tigo Data Logger offer Network Connection, but the legacy Tigo MMU is Ethernet-Only (no WiFi offered).
- Wired (ethernet)
- Wireless (Wi-Fi)
- Power line adapters (also wired)
Tigo is not responsible for the personal network infrastructure of a home or system location. However, we are happy to help with general network questions and troubleshooting. If you are experiencing issues with your network, please review the possible issues outlined in these articles, first:
If you require additional assistance after reviewing these articles, take a few moments to gather as much information about your network as possible and Contact our Support Team.