Quad-band GPRS modem

Monday, 06 April, 2009 | Supplied by: Tekdis


The SA-G+ is the latest quad band GPRS modem from Enfora based on the Locosto single-chip platform from Texas Instruments.

Using the built-in ‘rules engine’, developers and system integrators can capture and analyse data from remote sensors, RFID tags and other input sources, and transmit the data to monitoring and control stations.

The device is suitable for applications that require an economical solution for remote management of assets as the device and I/O can also be controlled via AT command over SMS allowing integration to existing hardware.

Additionally, it allows application providers to move from circuit-switched to internet protocol connectivity as needed for their applications.

Online: www.tekdis.com.au
Phone: 03 8669 1210
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