Digi International TransPort Routers | New Product BriefMarch 09, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
Digi TransPort Routers provide a secure, reliable, and low-cost cellular connection that can be deployed globally for applications including retail, digital signage, transportation, and manufacturing automation.
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Digi International TransPort Routers
Digi TransPort routers provide a secure, reliable, and low-cost cellular connection that can be deployed globally for applications including retail, digital signage, transportation, and manufacturing automation. TransPort routers are equipped with new, advanced LTE modules so customers can easily migrate their IoT solutions from legacy 2G and 3G networks to steer clear of network turndowns. WR11, WR21, WR31, WR44, and LR54 TransPort routers are available with ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, and all offer dual SIM slots for network failover to provide the most reliable connection. And CAT 1, CAT 4, and CAT 6 modems are available to address varying power and bandwidth requirements. TransPort routers support Python programming and are available with discrete I/O, GPS, CAN bus, and serial ports, as well as enterprise-class routing, security, and firewall.
- Ethernet: 1-4 ports, up to 10/100/1000 Base-T
- Wi-Fi: up to 802.11 b/g/n/ac
- Network failover: 2 mini-SIM slots
- Modem: up to LTE Advanced CAT6, 300 Mbps
- Supports Python programming
- Available with I/O, GPS, CAN bus, serial ports
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