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Industrial router takes advantage of latest 3G technology

20 March 2009

Insys Microelectronic ha introduced the latest addition to its MoRoS (Modem-Router-Switch) range, an industrial router for the third-generation mobile radio standard (3G). 3G provides considerably higher data transfer rates than the GSM/GPRS/EDGE standard: while the EDGE service allows for a maximum of 230 kbit/s, 3G enables up to 3.6 Mbit/s

As well as remotely accessing your control systems, data loggers and RTU’s, you can now effectively access video networks and windows based pc’s that enables users to implement more customized, cost-efficient remote maintenance and control solutions for Ethernet-capable components or networks.

Remote access used in a service led environment has for some time produced cost savings to both machine builder in terms of unnecessary site visits and time, and the end user in terms of faster return to production. In fact full payback is frequently achieved by precluding the need for a single visit. 3G extends this potential to a wider range of applications.

The dial in and dial out router is combined with an integrated communications module that includes redundant sims. It can be configured for use with standard or fixed ip sims and secure connection can be established via open vpn server and client with an integrated firewall. Configuration is simple via the onboard web interface. The device’s four port switch is added to with a redundant WAN interface.



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