Robustel announces its latest 4G LTE router R2000 Dual with two cellular modules and two SIM cards for multiple carriers and continuous cellular connections, with fast network switching between modules (within 3 seconds) in case of network failure.
Robustel GoRugged R2000 Dual, available from IoTzone – powered by GLYN, is a rugged cellular router offering state-of-the-art mobile connectivity for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. This router will primarily operate in 4G LTE with 3G/2G fallback and has RCM certification for Australia.
This router is ideal for use in mission critical applications requiring high reliability in its cellular network connection such as ATM, vending machines, retail POS, kiosks, branch office, and convenience stores. The R2000 Dual will also support 4G LTE Band 28 (700MHz) for Telstra and Optus network, aside from its other supported frequency bands (B1, B3, B5-9, B18, B19, B21, B38-41).
The R2000 Dual router also has 4 POE (Power Over Ethernet) ports which minimise installation costs in applications such as IP video surveillance and digital signage. 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi is also available with data rates of up to 300Mbps as well as a customisable captive portal. An Ethernet WAN port is also provided for uplink. Digital input for ignition control is available so the R2000 Dual router can be easily powered on or off in vehicular applications and a screwable terminal block allows for a more secure power supply. It has an extended operating temperature range of -40 to 70◦C and power supply input voltage of 9V to 48VDC.
The R2000 Dual router will be officially introduced at the upcoming Security Exhibition & Conference 2016 to be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on 20-22 July 2016. Check out the R2000 Dual router with IP camera demo at the Robustel/IoTzone stand (Stand F38)!