Industrial 4G router for M2M communication Critical infrastructure system relies on the network of telecommunications equipment building reliable safety, for this purpose we released a multi sim 4g wifi router
, aims to provide a flexible and safe high-speed remote access mobile network. With industrial design and extensive connectivity, it ensures reliable machine communication anywhere. The router is very suitable for industrial applications where the communication function of the machine is particularly important. It has compact product design, with all interfaces and LEDs on the front of the product. It’s in din-rail installation mode and the isolated power supply and working voltage range of 10 VDC ~60 VDC. The industrial mobile broadband router offers a wide range of connection options and supports a variety of mobile standards, including 4G/ LTE, 3G, and GPRS. The GPS antenna port enables customers to track devices through remote assets to spend less time locating devices in a certain area.
This machine is a dual-port 10/100 Ethernet switch, and the RS232 d-sub allows your device to connect seamlessly at wide geographic distances. Device status changes can be received by SMS. In this way, industrial applications can be managed, controlled and upgraded anywhere in the world, saving time and cost of on-site inspection. Routers provide virtual private network (VPN) capabilities that enable secure channels to be established on insecure networks, such as Ethernet. Supporting dual SIM card, it does not rely on a single operator, ensuring connectivity. If there is a fault, the router will switch to another SIM card. It also has a powerful detection firewall, which combines VPNs and dual SIM CARDS to ensure safe network functions.
Routers make the Internet smarter
The router is full of all the high-end network components you'd expect to have on a high-end router, but coordination between the components is also important. The router runs a modified version of Android with a small touchscreen in the front of it to retrieve the password and connect the device to the network. It can also assess a "health index" for your network based on the strength of the connection and the bandwidth of the device in your home.
It can also test your connection speed, troubleshoot problems when your network speed drops, and recommend frequencies based on the amount of data the device needs. Many gadgets are connected to the Internet: laptops, phones, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Wii U and Sonos. You can imagine how many items need to be connected to the Internet in a family of four or more people.
The router calculates health index based on your connection speed, strength, and the amount of data used by the device.
Its touchscreen allows you to see all the devices and lets you know which devices are currently online and using data. If there is a device requires a lot of bandwidth, such as watching the contents of the Netflix on the Apple TV, it would suggest you to use a higher frequency range, the rest of the small object using lower frequency range. This ensures that all equipment connections are optimized instantly. I've even been notified to connect my iPhone to a different frequency range because I'm too close to the router. The connected device on the screen floats in the main screen in the form of bubbles, you can click or sweep it to get the state of each device, test device’s connection, set parameters to control, and so on. You can use Android or iPhone apps for remote management. You can get specific information about each device and see how much data each device uses every day. Since most of the family network providers provide unlimited data, I think many people will care about how much they use, so it is very good because it can easily get the information.