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Basic industrial wireless router with Cat.4 cellular module for applications demanding secure, high-speed connection
Best-seller basic, rugged industrial IoT router for applications in energy, transportation, smart cities etc.
Industrial cellular router, gateway and data concentrator developed specifically for IoT and IIoT applications
Cellular modem for Honeywell / Elster Alpha A1500, A1700, A1800 and the A1140/A1160 electricity meters. Available for CDMA 450 / 2G / 3G / 4G / LTE-M / Narrow Band networks
Cellular modem specifically designed for the Itron ACE6000, ACE8000 and ACE SL7000 electricity meters. Available for 2G/3G/4G LTE Cat.1/Cat.M/Cat.NB modems networks.
Cellular modems for Landis+Gyr E350, E450, E550 (type ZxG 3xx and ZxG 4xx) electricity meters – optional cellular modules: CDMA 450/2G/3G/4G/LTE450/Cat.M/NB
External 4G LTE Cat.1 and Cat.M / Cat.NB transparent modem for universal meter connection
Low power mobile data logger – pulse signal counter, M-Bus data collector and Cat.M1 / NB2 transmitter – for smart water metering with long-life battery
Transparent cellular modem for smart metering, remote access of utility meters, PLCs and industrial devices
Industrial RS485 Modbus/TCP modem for remote monitoring of industrial devices
The 450MHz Alliance organization has posted a news on its website about our new secure router. The full text of […]
As the smart grid evolves, electrical utility companies are using various communication technologies to efficiently connect the distributed energy resources, […]
As demand for water increases amidst dwindling resources and high operating costs, the utility companies are increasingly adopting smart metering […]
Digital technologies are providing utilities with a wide range of operational and optimization opportunities. In particular, adding intelligent sensors and processing platforms enables smart metering which allows utilities to monitor their systems in real-time.