Hughes 9502 BGAN M2M

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    1.750 € + IVA

    (2.117,50 € IVA inc)

    OUT OF STOCK

    Ultra-low Power Consumption
    Remote control via SMS
    Integrated IP Watchdog

    Product Details

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    Data sheet

    Coverage Map
    America
    Asia
    Atlantic Ocean
    Europe
    Oceania
    Segment
    Land-based
    Marine-based

    Dimensions:

    • IDU: 150 mm x 200 mm x 45 mm
    • Weight IDU: 1,2 Kg
    • ODU: 385 mm x 385 mm x 33 mm
    • Weight ODU: 1,9 Kg

    Environmental:

    • Operating temperature Range: -40° C to +75° C
    • Storage temperature Range: -55° C to +75° C
    • Humidity: 95% RH at +40° C
    • IDU: IP40
    • ODU: IP65

    Frequency:

    • Satellite Transmit: 1626.5–1660.5 MHz
    • Satellite Receive :525–1559 MHz
    • GPS: 1574.42–1576.42 MHz

    Power:

    • Input Voltage: +12 Vdc/+24 Vdc nominal

    Extra:

    • Firmware Upgrades Over the air or local

    The Hughes 9502 IP satellite terminal provides reliable connectivity over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) for IP SCADA and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

    The Hughes terminal delivers affordable, global, end-to-end IP data connectivity enabling applications in industry sectors such as environmental monitoring, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring, compressor monitoring, well site automation, video surveillance, and out-of-band management to primary site communications.

    The exceptional low power consumption (1W idle) of the Hughes 9502 makes it possible to provide end-to-end IP connectivity to sites that are off the grid.

    This breakthrough provides end-to-end IP connectivity to power-challenged locations that rely upon solar- battery arrays involving sensitive power budgets.

    The Hughes 9502 includes 10 meters of RF cabling, granting the user freedom to position the antenna remotely and away from the transceiver in complex installations while securing the SIM card inside a premise or enclosure to better protect against unauthorized use, theft, and vandalism. Future firmware releases would be uncommon, meanwhile any such modem update will qualify for no charge over-the-air (OTA) upgrades saving customers time and money.

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    Dimensions:

    • IDU: 150 mm x 200 mm x 45 mm
    • Weight IDU: 1,2 Kg
    • ODU: 385 mm x 385 mm x 33 mm
    • Weight ODU: 1,9 Kg

    Environmental:

    • Operating temperature Range: -40° C to +75° C
    • Storage temperature Range: -55° C to +75° C
    • Humidity: 95% RH at +40° C
    • IDU: IP40
    • ODU: IP65

    Frequency:

    • Satellite Transmit: 1626.5–1660.5 MHz
    • Satellite Receive :525–1559 MHz
    • GPS: 1574.42–1576.42 MHz

    Power:

    • Input Voltage: +12 Vdc/+24 Vdc nominal

    Extra:

    • Firmware Upgrades Over the air or local

    The Hughes 9502 IP satellite terminal provides reliable connectivity over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) for IP SCADA and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

    The Hughes terminal delivers affordable, global, end-to-end IP data connectivity enabling applications in industry sectors such as environmental monitoring, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring, compressor monitoring, well site automation, video surveillance, and out-of-band management to primary site communications.

    The exceptional low power consumption (1W idle) of the Hughes 9502 makes it possible to provide end-to-end IP connectivity to sites that are off the grid.

    This breakthrough provides end-to-end IP connectivity to power-challenged locations that rely upon solar- battery arrays involving sensitive power budgets.

    The Hughes 9502 includes 10 meters of RF cabling, granting the user freedom to position the antenna remotely and away from the transceiver in complex installations while securing the SIM card inside a premise or enclosure to better protect against unauthorized use, theft, and vandalism. Future firmware releases would be uncommon, meanwhile any such modem update will qualify for no charge over-the-air (OTA) upgrades saving customers time and money.

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