New from Paqworks is the Cybertec series 1000 industrial 3G and NextG modem range.
Designed and manufactured in Australia the 1000 series provides a flexible and reliable communications platform for interfacing with both serial and Ethernet enabled devices over cellular networks.
HSUPA provides increased uplink data rates of up to 2.0 Mbps and downlink data rates to 7.2 Mbps.
Connectivity is for all three HSUPA/UMTS frequency bands (850, 1900, 2100 MHz) and all EDGE/GPRS bands (850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz).
The improvement in upload speed creates new opportunities for a variety of previously unavailable applications. Client generated content such as remote video transmission and security monitoring is now achievable.
The Cybertec series 1000 come standard with two Ethernet ports, eliminating the need for an external switch in applications where a remote LAN is made up of only one or two devices. The switch is fully managed and can support VLAN and QoS functionality.
Connection to Serial hardware such as RTU’s and PLC’s remains a key application for many customers. Modems can come with up to 3 Serial ports each with a range of configuration options.
One port may be used as a drop in replacement for dial up modem emulation in ether IP or circuit switched data modes.
With a small, robust and rugged enclosure the NextG modems can be installed stand alone or secured with DIN Rail mount option.
Power supply for the devices is isolated and operates from a wide input range from 10 VDC to 60 VDC.
Features of the 3G and NextG modems:
- NextG 850, 1900, 2100 Mhz
- Quad band GSM
- HSUPA download of 7.2 Mbps and upload of 2.0 Mbps
- Voltage of 10VDC - 60VDC
- 1-3 RS232 ports
- 2 Ethernet LAN ports
- 2 optional dry contact digital inputs
- 2 ptional dry contact digital outputs
- SNMP management
- DHCP server on LAN interface