DIN-rail mounted access points (APs), bridges, and repeaters are essential components of industrial communication networks. They are mounted on a standard DIN rail, a metal rail of a standard type widely used for mounting circuit breakers and industrial control equipment inside equipment racks. These devices have robust designs and are resistant to harsh environmental conditions. Access points serve as a hub that other Wi-Fi devices can connect to. Bridges, on the other hand, connect two different networks, while repeaters are used to extend the range and reach of a wireless network. These devices are crucial in ensuring reliable and efficient data communication in various industrial settings.