Dual 4G LTE router has waterproof sockets

May 15, 2017 // By Julien Happich
The transporter series 4G routers are specially designed and manufactured for industrial use in harsh environments as well as rail and other vehicles.

The devices meet the requirements of EN 50155 for electronics in rail vehicles and are particularly robust with respect to extreme ambient temperatures, damp, soiling, vibration and voltage fluctuations. The TGAR-2062+-4GS-M12 has two LAN interfaces (10/100/1000Base-T), which are designed as waterproof M12 connections.

The new 4G LTE TGAR-2062-4GS-M12 routers are used as wireless access points, in particular for vehicle applications and areas with high protection requirements vis-à-vis environmental and ambient influences. The routers from the manufacturer ORing with global experience in this area, which are certified in accordance with EN 50155, are now available from the German Distributor acceed (acceed.net).

Access and data protection is achieved via authentication according to IEEE 802.1X combined with further encoding processes. VPN connections, NAT settings (virtual servers, port triggers, DMZ, UpnP) and DHCP forwarding are supported. System-relevant events and warnings are signalised or logged via syslog, E-mail, SNMP traps and through the relay output.

For the Plus models, respectively one of the two LAN connections offers PoE in accordance with IEEE802.3af. The further configuration of all models includes two SIM card slots, an RS232 port (M12), a relay output (M12), a digital IO interface (M12) as well as several aerial connections. All Ethernet sockets are also designed as waterproof M12 connections. LEDs on the front side provide information on the WAN and WLAN statuses as well as signalising readiness for operation, data flow and possible disturbances. For operation, an extended ambient temperature range from -25 to +70°C is permissible. The full metal housing measures 125- x 65- x 196-mm. The dual voltage input for 12 to 57V DC (M23) has overvoltage protection.

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