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Differences between industrial class and SOHO class... As we know, the devices mainly cover three classes, that is SOHO class, Industrial class and Military class.  Each class has its own application requirement. The SOHO class modem and router don’t meet the requirements of the industrial environment and standard entirely because of it is designed for office automation....

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Wire Your Home or Business Right with a 4G Wifi Router Transforming a home or office into a hub for wireless communication takes specialized equipment, such as a VPN router or 4G wifi router. At E-Lins, we specialize in all the equipment required to m2m, power smartphones, computers, tablets and other devices, such as security systems. It is our aim to offer the best router...

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IoT connectivity and M2M IoT Data SIMs True IoT innovation which involves connectivity as part of its wider eco-system is likely to demand more than just a data SIM. And it’s here that we remind potential customers that IoT is inextricably linked to a user’s corporate network, and as such is a vital component to their operation and processes...

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Orange helps Sensile Tech monitor Oil & Gas with M2M About Sensile Technologies Sensile Technologies is a forerunner in the Internet of Things (IoT) market and a leading provider of solutions for remote monitoring of tank levels for the oil and propane industry. Founded in 1999 and based in Morges, Switzerland, Sensile Technologies has extensive experience in high-quality...

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Dual SIM industrial router H750 Quick Start Before Installation and Configuration H750 router has different version. Study your router version before installation. For GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA/HSPA+/4G LTE version, please get a SIM card with data business. For CDMA2000 EVDO/CDMA1x version, please get a UIM card with data business or inform us before...

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Quick Start for E-Lins H685 OpenWRT Router

Category : FAQ, Products

Before Installation and Configuration
1. H685 router has different version. Study your router version before installation.

2. For GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA/HSPA+/4G LTE version, please get a SIM card with data business.

3. For CDMA2000 EVDO/CDMA1x version, please get a UIM card with data business or inform us before order if the network uses non-ruim (nam-flashing).

4. Make sure the sim card or uim card is with enough data business and balance.

5. Make sure the signal is good enough where you test or install the router. Weak signal will make the router no work. If you find your signal strength is not good, please contact us for high gain antenna.

6. Different countries and carriers use different network band and frequency. E-Lins packs units with free world-wide-use antenna. It can work, but the data speed or signal may not be good at your sites. Please buy dedicated high gain antenna from your local suppliers or contact E-Lins to OEM/ODM the antenna.

Notes: This quick start is for GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/TD-SCDMA/4G LTE network only. For EVDO network or CDMA network, please refer to manual or contact us freely.

Step 1) Confirm the sim card if can work with other 2G/3G/4G router or modem. If the sim card can not work, the router will not work correctly.

Step 2) Connect the H685 Router LAN port to a PC via RJ45 cable. Make the PC automatically to get the IP, Submask, DNS. The PC will be get a IP of 192.168.1.xxx.

Step 3) At PC web browser, please type: http://192.168.1.1 Username: admin Password: admin

IoT connectivity and M2M

Category : Technologies, Wireless M2M, Worldwide Focus

IoT Data SIMs

True IoT innovation which involves connectivity as part of its wider eco-system is likely to demand more than just a data SIM. And it’s here that we remind potential customers that IoT is inextricably linked to a user’s corporate network, and as such is a vital component to their operation and processes with all of the same security considerations and resilience required. The question we should be asking users is ‘what if these links are lost and how will this impact your business?’ Now factor in the challenges of failover, integration and cost implications and you can start to appreciate the real value that you should be placing on your connected solutions. View IoT communication in this way and it’s clear to see how connectivity solutions should not be viewed on price alone. The detail of ensuring the right type of data connectivity – local, global or roaming, fixed IP, secure networking, tailored control platform to monitor data usage in real-time, and the ability to manage multiple networks through one window – all of these points must be considered to ensure suitability for the lifespan of the application. And don’t forget that cellular may not always be the answer – perhaps other bearer services could be more relevant such as SIGFOX, NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) or LoRa – low power radio solutions, more suited to devices with minimal power availability and/or signal constraints.

Stack ‘em high but don’t sell them cheap
Reflecting on the above, you can now pose the question… sell SIMs on price and expect a price war in the future, or approach the market in a more consultative way – developing long-term relationships with your customers and own/monetise their entire IoT space. It is the latter that is going to create on-going value and recurring revenues, creating a ‘go-to’ relationship where you are delivering fully-wrapped IoT communication solutions with layers of added-value bolted on. So that is my call for your consideration. Marketing M2M and IoT solutions where you become an integral part of a customer’s infrastructure is, to us, the way forward. Partnering with Managed Services Providers such as Wireless Logic will give you confidence to market higher end-to-end solutions that will, longer-term, create recurring income and importantly, total credibility with your own customers as you provide the all-important communications platforms. And I stress the word ‘partnering’ as you can’t be expected to impart every aspect of the knowledge bank now expected from an IoT comms provider. In an ever-evolving market, technologies, platforms, tariffs and bearer services are all changing, regularly. Choose your IoT partner carefully. Whether you use them as a ‘white label’ service or co-brand the pitch, you simply must ensure that you are fully armed with the right skills, knowledge base and key personnel to design, brief, implement and manage – for the entire duration of the project.

Outside the box opportunities
Finally, as you think about future approaches, I would urge you to open your mind to the growing opportunities. Yes, we know vehicle and asset tracking are bread and butter verticals, but that’s only the beginning. Think healthcare, security, Usage-based Insurance (UBI) and manufacturing. In fact, just stop and look around you and consider how many opportunities there are – B2B and consumer, it’s mind-blowing. Also consider the monetisation – so many applications are starting to utilise high-bandwidth 3G/4G solutions which generate multi-Gb usage. It all adds up. Also think about your core activities – we are seeing an unprecedented uplift in enterprise solutions – 3G/4G back-up to ADSL, and similar solutions for fast set-up remote locations. Each and every application gives you scope to earn, and own more of your client’s communication space. And get to know more about what your customers do outside your main topics of normal conversation. By understanding more about their business processes and activities, you may identify areas for existing and future connectivity which are not managed by your day-to-day contacts. Don’t expect joined-up thinking where IoT communications is concerned within a customer! At Wireless Logic we are developing support services to enable voice resellers, unified comms providers and related service specialists to market best-in-class M2M/IoT connectivity solutions with confidence. I repeat again… stop thinking quick, dirty and low-value SIMs and start on your journey of new, value-added and entirely sticky IoT communications offerings. You will be delivering solutions that will be essential to the well-being and operational efficiencies of your customers. DON’T UNDERSELL YOURSELVES.

Orange helps Sensile Tech monitor Oil & Gas with M2M

Category : Technologies, Wireless M2M, Worldwide Focus

About Sensile Technologies

Sensile Technologies is a forerunner in the Internet of Things (IoT) market and a leading provider of solutions for remote monitoring of tank levels for the oil and propane industry. Founded in 1999 and based in Morges, Switzerland, Sensile Technologies has extensive experience in high-quality product development and production as well as reliable service and support. They are an innovative company with four world premieres under their belt. All of their products are Swiss made and certified for hazardous environments.

 

About Orange Business Services

Orange Business Services, the Orange branch dedicated to B2B services, is not only a telecom operator, but also an IT solutions integrator and applications developer in France and around the world. Its 20,000 employees support companies in all areas of their digital transformation: mobile and collaborative workspaces; IT/cloud infrastructure; fixed and mobile connectivity; private and hybrid networks; applications for Internet of Things, 360° customer experience and Big Data analytics; and cybersecurity thanks to dedicated experts and infrastructure to protect information systems. More than 3,000 multinational organizations and 2 million SOHOs, enterprises and local authorities in France rely on Orange Business Services as their trusted partner.

 

Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators with annual sales of 40 billion euros in 2015 and has 155,000 employees worldwide at 31 March 2016. Orange is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris (symbol ORA) and on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol ORAN).

Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trademarks of Orange or Orange Brand Services Limited.

 

 

Orange Business Services has won a three-year contract with Sensile Technologies for M2M connectivity, including 25,000 SIM cards, to support its two remote monitoring products worldwide: NETRIS®2 and GASLink®

Headquartered in Morges, Switzerland, Sensile Technologies is a pioneer in the internet of things (IoT) market. Specifically, it is a leading provider of solutions for the remote monitoring of tanks and meters in the oil and gas industry. Sensile Technologies monitors more than 60,000 tanks in industrial and business facilities across 60 countries, via a global network of highly-qualified technicians and local partners.

Up to now, Sensile Technologies used 2G compatible devices to power its telemetry solutions. The contract with Orange Business Services extends this to cover 3G/4G devices, which future-proofs the solutions against 2G network shutdown and ensures seamless global coverage.

Sensile Technologies’ telemetry solutions, GASLink® and NETRIS®2, play a key role in the monitoring process. They are installed directly in the oil or propane tank and regularly send tank level measurements via the GSM network to the cloud, where the data is automatically processed.

The up-to-date tank level data allows oil and propane merchants – and their haulers – to arrange deliveries automatically via planning tools. They get data directly in their enterprise resource planning (ERP) system from Sensile Technologies’ Oil Link cloud solution to trigger deliveries automatically. In addition, their customers can get access on smartphones to monitor consumption.

Thanks to the optimization of deliveries based on live data, merchants and haulers can lower their logistics costs by at least 25 percent, without the risk of customers running dry. In addition to mitigating the risk of running out of fuel, customers are also able to access a detailed visualization and analysis of their logistics, enabling them to adapt their processes to reduce their costs further.

“Leading oil and propane companies rely on our autonomous, robust, and easy to install systems. We have more than 60,000 in place on tanks in over 60 countries. Orange Business Services has proven itself as a reliable partner with the global footprint we need for our business. Their competitive flat-fee pricing was convincing as well,” said Jean-Marc Uehlinger, Operational Director, Sensile Technologies.

“With its telemetry solutions Sensile Technologies is helping drive the latest revolution in industry. In Industry 4.0 every part of the enterprise and each phase of the manufacturing cycle will be connected. The internet of things (IoT) and M2M play a key part in this revolution, and we manage 10 million connected objects for our customers worldwide, including over 7 million active SIM cards,” Anne-Sophie Lotgering, senior vice president Europe, Russia & CIS, Orange Business Services.

GASLink® and NETRIS®2 are the result of 15 years’ experience from Sensile Technologies in the development and production of autonomous telemetry equipment. In addition to using the 2G (SMS) network to transmit data, NETRIS®2 can also use 3G or 4G, as well as create a short-distance radio frequency connection, which functions in every location.

 

Dual SIM industrial router H750 Quick Start

Category : FAQ, Products, Wireless M2M

Before Installation and Configuration

  1. H750 router has different version. Study your router version before installation.
  2. For GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA/HSPA+/4G LTE version, please get a SIM card with data business.
  3. For CDMA2000 EVDO/CDMA1x version, please get a UIM card with data business or inform us before order if the network uses non-ruim (nam-flashing).
  4. Make sure the sim card or uim card is with enough data business and balance.
  5. Make sure the signal is good enough where you test or install the router. Weak signal will make the router no work. If you find your signal strength is not good, please contact us for high gain antenna.

Notes: This quick start is for GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/TD-SCDMA network only. For EVDO network or CDMA network, please refer to manual or contact us freely.

Step 1) Confirm the sim card if can work with other 2G/3G/4G router or modem. If the sim card can not work, the router will not work correctly.

Step 2) Connect the H750 Router LAN port to a PC via RJ45 cable. Make the PC automatically to get the IP, Submask, DNS.

The PC will get an IP of 192.168.8.xxx.

Step 3) At PC IE browser, please type: http://192.168.8.1

Username: admin      Password: admin

Step 4) Internet Settings – WAN – Cell Modem

Notes:

  • If you don’t replace any cellular module or not do the “Load Default to factory”, please skip this step and jump to Step 5.
  • Please be patient that the router will take some more time to dialup online for first configuration,

At “Cell Modem”, please select “AUTO_DETECT”, and click “Apply” button. The router will automatically detect the module modem.

Step 5) Set Cell SIM1

Setting location: H750 web “Internet Settings – WAN – APN configuration”

Click “Advance Parameter Groups” button, the H750 router will display the configuration page.

Fill in the related parameters. And DO NOT FORGET TO CLICK “Add/Edit” button.

Parameters Groups Name: you can fill in the name freely. But keep No Space between characters.

Dialup: fill in the related parameters. Get this parameter from the Sim Card Provider or Carrier;

APN: fill in the related parameters. Get this parameter from the Sim Card Provider or Carrier;

User: fill in the related parameters. Get this parameter from the Sim Card Provider or Carrier.
Notes: If your SIM card has no user name, please input out default value, otherwise the router may not dialup. Our default value for GSM/WCDMA/LTE is “wap”, and for CDMA/EVDO is “card”.

Password: fill in the related parameters. Get this parameter from the Sim Card Provider or Carrier.
Notes: If your SIM card has no user name, please input out default value, otherwise the router may not dialup. Our default value for GSM/WCDMA/LTE is “wap”, and for CDMA/EVDO is “card”.

 

Step 6) Set Cell SIM2. Follow Step 6 of setting Cell SIM1.

Step 7) Activate the “Cell SIM Switching Trigger” feature

Setting location: H750 web: Internet Settings – WAN — All Cell Option

There are 6 types of Cell Option Mode (Cell Switching Mode),

Mode Description
cell1 only With this mode, only sim1 works
cell2 only With this mode, only sim2 works
fail switch cell1 first With this mode, it works as below,
sim1 on – switch to sim2 on if sim1 failed, and keep working on sim2 – switch to sim1 on if sim2 failed, and keep working on sim1 –switch to sim2 on if sim1 failed, and keep working on sim2 – “cycling”
fail switch cell2 first With this mode, it works as below,
sim2 on – switch to sim1 on if sim2 failed, and keep working on sim1 – switch to sim2 on if sim1 failed, and keep working on sim2 –switch to sim1 on if sim2 failed, and keep working on sim1 – “cycling”
cell1 prefer With this mode, it works as below,
sim1 on – keep working on sim1 – if sim1 failed, switch to sim2 – keep working on sim2 for “Check Time (for Prefer mode)”, then try to check if sim1 is restored, if restored, switch to sim1 – “cycling”
cell2 prefer With this mode, it works as below,
sim2 on – keep working on sim2 – if sim1 failed, switch to sim1 – keep working on sim1 for “Check Time (for Prefer mode)”, then try to check if sim2 is restored, if restored, switch to sim2 – “cycling”
advance data traffic cell1 first With this mode, it works as below,
sim1 and sim2 have data limits. Sim1 on — once sim1 data count reaches the limitation, switch to sim2 — once sim2 data count reaches the limitation, sim1 and sim2 neither works until next day/week/month.

With this mode, users need set the “Advance Cell Traffic” configuration

advance data traffic cell2 first With this mode, it works as below,
sim1 and sim2 have data limits. Sim2 on — once sim2 data count reaches the limitation, switch to sim1 — once sim1 data count reaches the limitation, sim1 and sim2 neither works until next day/week/month.

With this mode, users need set the “Advance Cell Traffic” configuration. Refer to the detailed manuals from E-Lins.

cell on time traffic Sim1 and sim2 work according the time period schedule settings.

With this mode, users need set the “Advance Cell Traffic” configuration. Refer to the detailed manuals from E-Lins.

Notes: Sometimes it may happen the following,
1) Choosing ” fail switch cell1 first” or “cell1 prefer”, SIM2 is firstly online, this is not problem because sometimes the SIM1 has some problem to be online.

2) Choosing ” fail switch cell2 first” or “cell2 prefer”, SIM1 is firstly online, this is not problem because sometimes the SIM2 has some problem to be online.

Check Time (for Prefer mode): set the time for “cell1 prefer mode” or “cell2 prefer mode”

Description for Check Time (for Prefer mode):
For example1, Cell Option Mode is “cell1 prefer”, and Check Time (for Prefer mode) is “5” minutes. It works as below,
Router works with sim1 firstly — if sim1 failed, switch to sim2 — keep working on sim2 with 5 minutes — after 5 minutes, check if sim1 is ok, if ok, switch back to sim1.

For example2, Cell Option Mode is “cell2 prefer”, and Check Time (for Prefer mode) is “5” minutes. It works as below,
Router works with sim2 firstly — if sim2 failed, switch to sim1 — keep working on sim1 with 5 minutes — after 5 minutes, check if sim2 is ok, if ok, switch back to sim1.

Step 8) Click “View” button to double check if the settings are correct.

Step 9) Click “Apply” button or Re-power the router to reboot. Then H750 router will reboot and dialup online.

Once it’s online, the CELL LED will light on.
Notes: sometimes the router cannot dialup after the APN configuration, please power off the router, and re-power on it. Because some radio modules need reboot after the initial APN configuration.

Step 10) Once H750 router is online, it gets a WAN IP Address and Status Page will show similar info.

Step 11) Activate the “Cell ICMP Check” feature

Setting location: H750 web: Internet Settings – Cell ICMP Check

Notes:

1) For router working with best stability, we highly suggest activate and use this feature.

With this feature, the Router will automatically detect its working status and fix the problem.

2) Please disable the “Ping from WAN Filter” if use ICMP check feature, otherwise it cannot work.

 

  • Active: tick it to enable ICMP check feature
  • Check method: fill in checking domain name or IP. Click HOST/IP check button to verify before using it.
  • Check interval time (sec): set the interval time of every check
  • Check Count: set the checking count number
  • Reboot Count Before Sleep: H750 Router will sleep to stop checking after failed with set times.
  • Sleep Time (min): H750 Router sleep timing before resume check.

 

Example with above picture:

H750 Router check “www.google.com” and “112.134.8.8”, it will check 3 times. After the previous check, it will do next check after 60 seconds. Totally it will check 3 times. If 3 times all failed, H750 Router will reboot. If reboots 3 times continuously, H750 Router goes to sleep to stop checking. The sleep time is 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, H750 Router resumes to cycle the checking.

 

E-Lins New Dual SIM Router H750 Datasheet

Category : Products, Wireless M2M

>>| Product Introduction

The H750 series Cellular Router is designed for establish a 2G/3G/4G cellular wireless network and share a cellular broadband internet connection. The H750 series Cellular Router enables users to quickly create a secure Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) network and provide access to the internet using a cellular network. By connect to cellular broadband network; an internet connection can be accessed and shared virtually anywhere within a wireless broadband network.

 

E-Lins’ mobile data products are widely used in more than twenty industrial fields, such as power control, water schedule, traffic, oil field, weather forecast, environmental protection, street lamp control, post, bank and many other areas.

 

>>| Hot Spot for Dual SIM

H750 series is with single module two sim cards
A1) work with one sim card.

A2) work with two sim card. Two sim card backup each other (cold standby for failure backup).

Nine working modes:

1) SIM1 only

2) SIM2 only

3) SIM1 preferred

4) SIM2 preferred

5) Fail Switch SIM1 First

6) Fail Switch SIM2 First

7) Advance Data Traffic SIM1 First

8) Advance Data Traffic SIM2 First

9) Cell on time traffic

 

 

Two sims can be any type from 2G/3G/4G at GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA/HSPA+/LTE/CDMA1x/CDMA2000 EVDO. (Please confirm the type before order)

 

Main:

Built-in 2G/3G/4G industrial cellular module, insert SIM/UIM card to work directly;

Built-in two sim card slots;

RJ45 LAN *3;

RJ45 WAN *1;

 

Option feature:

  1. WiFi
  2. GPS
  3. Serial to cellular gateway (RS232 or RS485 port)
  4. Internal battery (model H700)

 

Redundancy backup: cellular1+ cellular 2+ WAN RJ45

 

>>| Typical Topology

>>| Industrial Application

  • Remote Data Monitor and Control
  • CCTV, security surveillance
  • Water, gas and oil flow metering and schedule
  • AMR (automatic meter reading)
  • Power station monitoring and control
  • Remote POS (point of sale) terminals, ATM
  • Traffic signals monitor and control, Traffic info guidance
  • Oil field, weather forecast, environmental protection, street lamp monitoring and control
  • Early Warning of Mountain Torrent
  • Fleet management
  • Power distribution network supervision
  • Central heating system supervision
  • Weather station data transmission
  • Hydrologic data acquisition
  • Vending machine
  • Telemetry, SCADA
  • Vehicle logistics and diagnostics controlling
  • Parking meter and Taxi Monitor
  • Telecom equipment supervision (Mobile base station, microwave or optical relay station)

>>| Specification

Wireless
Compatible Mobile Networks UMTS WCDMA (HSUPA/HSDPA/HSPA/HSPA+/DC-HSPA+)

GSM EDGE/GPRS

CDMA1x

CDMA2000 EVDO Rev 0, Rev A, Rev B

TD-SCDMA/TD-LTE

4G LTE (FDD/TDD)

Cellular Frequency UMTS/HSPA/HSUPA/HSPA/HSPA+/DC-HSPA+ (WCDMA/FDD): 850/1900/2100 MHz, option for 850/900/1900/2100Mhz/1700Mhz/AWS;

3G TD-SCDMA: 2010~2025MHz/1880~1920MHz

 

Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900;

 

CDMA1x/EVDO: 800/1900Mhz, option for 450Mhz;

 

4G FDD LTE:

Band 1–2100Mhz

Band 2–1900Mhz

Band 3–1800Mhz

Band 4—AWS(1700/2100Mhz)

Band 5–850Mhz

Band 7–2600MHz

Band 8–900Mhz

Band 12–700Mhz

Band 13–700(B13)Mhz

Band 17–700(B17)/AWS

Band 19—800Mhz

Band 20–DD800Mhz

Band 21

Band 25 –1900Mhz G Block

Band 28 – 700Mhz

Band 31– 450Mhz
Other FDD band…

 

4G TDD LTE (TD-LTE):

Band 41 – 2500/2600Mhz

Band 40 — 2300Mhz

Band 39 – 1900Mhz

Band 38 — 2600Mhz

Other TDD band…

 

Notes: 4G LTE is new. There are many different band and frequencies. Please confirm the detailed band and frequency with your carriers before order.

Bandwidth 4G LTE

FDD LTE: 100Mbps or 150Mbps or 300Mbps downlink, 50Mbps uplink;
TDD LTE: 150Mbps downlink, 50Mbps uplink;

 

DC-HSPA+: Downlink 42Mbps, Uplink 5.76Mbps;

HSPA+(H): Downlink 21Mbps, Uplink 5.76Mbps;

HSPA+(L): Downlink 14.4Mbps, Uplink 5.76Mbps;

HSUPA: Downlink 7.2Mbps, Uplink 5.76Mbps;

HSDPA: Downlink 7.2 Mbps, Uplink 384k bps;

WCDMA/UMTS: Downlink/Uplink 384 kbps;

 

EDGE: Downlink 384 kbps, Uplink 118 kbps;

GPRS: Downlink 108 kbps, Uplink 42.8 kbps;

 

CDMA1x: Downlink/Uplink 153.6kbps;

CDMA EVDO:
Rev B: 14.7Mbps downlink, 5.4Mbps uplink
Rev A: 3.1Mbps downlink, 2.4Mbps uplink

Rev O: 2.4Mbps downlink, 153.6kbps uplink

 

3G TD-SCDMA: 2.8Mbps

 

Notes: the bandwidth is peak value. Real value depends on carrier network support.

Network and Band Lock Feature (Option) Default is unlocked, can use this feature to lock
Main Features and Performance
USB Host No, can ODM
SMS/Voice SMS/Voice call to control router to be online, offline, reboot and status monitor; SMS is default feature, Voice is option;
SMS text sending and receiving;
GPS (Option) GPS feature
DTU (Option) With DTU feature (Serial to Cellular Gateway feature, RS232 or RS485 port option).

Details:

Serial Baudrate: 300bps, 600bps, 1200bps, 2400bps, 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps, 38400bps, 57600bps, 115200bps;

Serial Parity: none, even, odd;

Serial Databits: 7, 8;

Serial stopbits: 1, 2;

Serial flow control: none, hardware, software;

Mode: Server (up to 4 server centre, can OEM to be more), Client;

Protocol: TCP, UDP ;

Heart Beat : Yes;

VPN PPTP, L2TP, IPSec, GRE, Tunnel (PPTP server, PPTP client, L2TP client, IPSec client, IPsec server)
OpenWRT (Option) Optional
VRRP (Option) Optional
Route Static Route;

Optional for Dynamic Route (BGP, BGPD, OSPF, Zebra, Rip);

SNMP Support V1, V2. V3
VLAN Support multi-LAN IP address, support two IP address
Wi-Fi Optional, 802.11b/g/n; 300Mbps.

Can be used as AP and client;

Frequency from 2.4GHz to 2.483GHz,Access Points, Routers and Gateway Server Applications, wireless up to 254 PC users

Fail Over Redundancy (network Backup feature) Auto-dial feature, keep alive link;

LCP, ICMP check;

Built-in watch dog;

Dual cellular (2G/3G/4G), RJ45 WAN (xDSL, DHCP, Fixed IP), WiFi client four line redundancy;

 

Cold Backup is default, Hot Backup is option;
Cold Backup=WAN RJ45 and Cellular WAN not online at the same time. One line online and the other line standby, switch freely with triggers;

Hot Backup=WAN RJ45 and Cellular WAN are online at the same time. Data goes the main line, and switch to the other line. Hot Backup switch time is shorter than Cold Backup.

POE (option) POE for LAN/WAN RJ45 (use with POE adapter)
Firmware update support firmware update locally or remotely (LAN, WiFi and OTA WAN)
Syslog local and remote
DDNS Yes
DHCP Server Yes
Internal Battery Optional (8000mAH, 4000mAH *2, model name is H700)
Others DNS proxy;

Optimized EMC design;

Real-time clock (NTP, support update with defined hours);

WAN/LAN/Memory statistics;

Local/remote profiles backup and retrieve;

Remote Management System Option
Protocol  
Protocol support TCP, UDP, SMTP, POP, ICMP, FTP, PPP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, DNS, WPS, DMZ, NAT, xDSL, NTP, QoS, etc.
Security  
Firewall support 64/128 bits WEP, 802.1x, WPA, and WPA2

support WDS

support WPA1/2 – PSK

support WPA1/2 – 802.1x

support EAP – TLS, TTLS, LEAP, PEAP

TKIP, AES encryption

support access with user name & password.

support access control base WAN/LAN interface

support access control base source IP address

defense DOS attack, support SYN flooding, IP surfing, ping of Death, fragile, teardrop, land etc.

support PAP & CHAP

support IP filtering

support content filtering

support NAT/NAPT/Port forwarding/DMZ

Interface  
LAN/WAN 3X 10/100M LAN port (RJ45 interface)

1X 10/100M WAN port (RJ45 interface)

WAN ports support Cell/Static IP/DHCP/PPPoE (on demand, keep alive, schedule, manual)

Antenna 5 X antenna (50Ω SMA female interface, detachable):

Wi-Fi*2;

Cellular*2;

GPS*1;

Cellular support MIMO(Diversity Receiving);

WiFi support MIMO (Diversity Receiving);

Led SYS

WiFi

Cell1

Cell2

Cell Signal1

Cell Signal2

LAN (10/100M) 1, 2, 3

WAN

CHR (Internal battery charging) (for version supports internal battery)

Button Reset
Console 1 console port (also can be used as M2M port)
Serial port RS232 or RS485 with DB9 and Terminal Block interface
IO Port (option) 2
Management Easy to use and management;

Web/Telnet/SSH/CLI, support remote management

SMS;

SNMP;

RMS (Remote Management System)

At command Supported
UIM/SIM Card Slot Support 1.8V/3V UIM/SIM cards, two sim card slot
DC Jack Two types of input jack for DC

2.5mm DC jack * 1

Terminal Block * 1

Power  
Power supply DC5V-50V / DC5V-60V , typical DC 9V1A or 12V1A, 12v CAR USE;

DC5V~40V is the default, DC5V~50V is the option

Current Idle: about 140mA@12VDC

Communication: about 300mA@12VDC

Software  
Device Management WEB interface (Internet Explorer v6 or Later; Mozilla Firefox v1.5 or Later, or other Java-enabled Browsers, Chome, Opera, Sarafi, etc.)
Minimum System Requirements Windows, Linux, Mac OS, IOS, Symbian, Android, other OS support web browser;

Network Interface Card

Physical  
Operating Temperature Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 85°C

Working Temperature: -30 ~ 75°C

Humidity 95% Maximum (Non-condensing)
Dimensions PCBA: 100mm x 80mm x 22mm

With case: 102mm x 87mm x 35mm

Weight 330g (not including the antenna)
Color Metal Gray-Black, OEM is available
Others  
Warranty 1 Year default. Option extends to 5 years maximum.
Package Contents H750 Series wireless Router

Ethernet Cable

Power Adapter

Antenna

Others depends on option features

 

 

 

>>| H750 model and types

 

Notes:

  1. Please confirm the exact model and type before your order.

 

>>| Accessories

  • The H750 Series wireless Router
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Antenna
  • Others depends on the option features

 

Notes:

1) We packed the units with free accessories; default packed depends on stock and the device’s feature requirement. If you need specify the type, please inform us when you order.

2) Different places have different band and frequency. Signal quality affects the data speed. The antenna in the packages is free default. It’s a world-wide use type. Our free antenna may not get good signal or good speed in your area. Please get the dedicated antenna for your area yourself to get the best signal and data speed.

3) E-Lins has high gain antenna for option.