Maxon Datamax4G Ethernet router
RFI has released the Datamax4G Ethernet Router, suitable for wide-ranging connectivity and intelligent track control applications. The 4G router has diverse connectivity options including RS232, Wi-Fi and GPS to manage M2M applications over high data speeds. The Wi-Fi connectivity gives the router local wireless capability, creating an effective industrial hotspot. Failover between 4G and fixed-wire WAN or Wi-Fi makes configuring redundant links easy.
The modem is LTE CAT6 Band 28 supported, has 4-port Ethernet connectivity and supports WAN port and PPPOE protocol that can be connected directly to ADSL. The modem also supports low-power consumption mode, including sleep mode and scheduled online/offline mode. It has a rugged, robust metal casing, making it suitable for just about any industrial M2M application. These benefits can be further advanced with tracking available via its GPS feature for an all-rounded and intelligent M2M router.
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