Telecommunications equipment
The routers can automatically establish GPRS or GSM connections to transmit data via cellular communication networks, both from serial ports and Ethernet ports. The wide selection of solutions makes it possible to select an option for specific tasks. There are also modifications for transmitting data via LTE networks.
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Specifications

Feature Value
RS-485 and RS-232 communication interfaces
Ports up to 8 RS-485 ports or 4 RS-232 ports
Baud rate, bit/s: - RS-232 - RS-485 up to 460,000 up to 115,200
Data exchange protocols IEC 870-5-101, Modbus RTU
Ethernet interfaces
Ports up to 16, depending on modification
Baud rate, Mbit/s: up to 1000
Design options RJ-45, LC (single-/multi-mode), SFP
Data exchange protocols IEC 60870-5-104, IEC 61850-9-2, IEC 61850-8-1 (option)
Network redundancy protocols PRP, HSR, RSTP
Clock synchronization protocol NTP, SNTPv4, PTP, PPS
GSM modem
Number of SIM cards 2
SIM card format Mini-SIM
Supported data packet transfer standards GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Frequency ranges GSM 900/1800 MHz UMTS 900/2100 MHz
Output power: - UMTS - GSM 900 - GSM 1800 Class 3 (24 dBm + 1.7/-3.7dB) Class 4 (33 dBm ± 2dB) Class 1 (30 dBm ± 2dB)
Versatile discrete input/output channels
Number of channels up to 4
Power supply
Supply voltage, V: - LV version - HV version 12 ÷ 58
90 ÷ 264
Design
Case IP 20 plastic
Mounting DIN rail 35 mm
Overall dimensions (WxHxD) depending on modification
Weight, kg, max. 1
Reliability
Mean time between failures, h 140,000 hours
Average lifetime 30 years
Operating environment:
– Ambient air temperature, °С -40 to +70
Average humidity (non-condensing), % 5 ÷ 95 at 30 °C
Air pressure, kPa 60 ÷ 106.7