ADSL and 4G Backup Router

ADSL and 4G Backup Router

The Meizo R58 series industrial 4G LTE router is designed to offer fast and convenient internet service to PLCs and other outdoor machines. The router CPU is using Broadcom chipset, integrated with industrial grade 4G modem, offering WAN, LAN, SIM, VPN, VRRP, WiFi, and Serial port services,...
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The Meizo R58 series industrial 4G LTE router is designed to offer fast and convenient internet service to PLCs and other outdoor machines. The router CPU is using Broadcom chipset, integrated with industrial grade 4G modem, offering WAN, LAN, SIM, VPN, VRRP, WiFi, and Serial port services, product line supporting the following radio access technologies: LTE, HSPA+, HSPA, UMTS, EDGE, CDMA2000, GPRS . By owning automatic connection monitoring and heartbeat detection, make sure the router to be always online.

 

The 4G rugged router is using Industrial Grade equipment design standards, passed CE, FCC and EMC test, stable and reliable. Multiple VPN encryption protocols as L2TP, IPSec, PPTP and GRE are owned, making it ideal solution for applications in which high data bandwidth and strong stability is required.

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Main Features

Hardware Specifications

Software Functions

● Support public and private APN network
● ADSL(WAN port supports PPPOE, DHCP, Static IP) and 3G/4G backup. The router detects a network problem and fails over to a standby 3G/4G, ensuring the customer’s SLAs are upheld.
● Dedicated hardware and software watchdog are designed to support system running reliable.
● ICMP detection and Heartbeat detection ensure the router to be always on line.
● Reboot the router remotely via SMS.
● Incorporate Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), facilitating 3G/4G WAN backup services to existing fixed line routers, providing both WAN and router redundancy to critical business applications.
● Offers business grade security and advanced routing features IPSec (3Des and AES), L2TP, PPTP, GRE as standard.
● Low-voltage, over current, over voltage, anti-reverse protection
● Wide Power Input DC7-36V
● Standard RS232/485 interface to connect with serial devices.
● Router Factory Default Settings can be configured freely.
● System logs can be viewed from local or remote.
● Support WLAN(300Mbps 802.11b/g/n)
● Support SNMP v1/v2/v3
● LEDS for status monitoring (showing Power, System, Internet, VPN, Signal strength).

CPU
● RAM:512Mbit FLASH:128Mbit
Power
● Input DC 7-36V(Standard DC12V)
Environment
● Storage temperature:-40℃~80℃
● Work temperature:-30℃~70℃
● Humidity:<95%
Dimension
● Unit size L*W*H:200*117.5*32.7mm
● Metal Shell, IP30
● Package weight:830g
Interface
● 1 SIM card slot
● 1 WAN 10/100Mb RJ45 port
● 4 LAN 10/100Mb RJ45 port
● 1 RS232 or RS485 serial port
● 1 5-PIN connector for GND, RX, TX, Power
Antenna(female)
● ANT1 for Cell, ANT2,3 for WiFi
EMC
● Electrostatic discharge immunity:EN6100-4-2, level 2
● RFEMS:EN6100-4-3, level 2
● Surge:EN6100-4-3, level 2
● PFMF:EN6100-4-6, level 2
● Shockwave immunity:EN6100-4-8, Horizontal / vertical direction 400A/m(>level 2)
Physical property
● Shockproof:IEC60068-2-27
● Drop test:IEC60068-2-32
● Vibration test:IEC60068-2-6

VPN
● IPSec client
● PPTP client
● L2TP server and client
● GRE client
WIFI
● Transmitting power: 17dbm
● Distance:Cover a radius of 100 meters in open area test
● Allow 50 users to access in theory
DTU(Serial port data transmission)
● TCP & UDP Server/Client
● Baud rate: 300~115200bps
● Up to 4 data service center communication
NAT
● Port Mapping
● Port Triggering
● DMZ
Firewall
● IP filtering
● MAC filtering
● URL filtering
QOS
● Manage uplink/downlink bandwidth via port or IP
Management
● Web
● Telnet
● TR-069 platform
Routing
● Static Routing
● Policy-Based Routing.
● Dynamic Routing



Model

Frequency & Band

Bandwidth(UL/DL)

Consumption

WiFi (-W)

Serial(-S)

Power

R58A
(cat6, America network)

● FDD-LTE: 2100MHz(B1),1900MHz(B2), 1800MHz(B3), AWS(B4), 850MHz(B5), 2600MHz(B7),700MHz(B12),700MHz(B13), 800MHz(B20), 1900MHz(B25), 850MHz(B26), 700MHz(B29), 2300MHz(B30),
● TDD-LTE: 2500MHz(B41)
● UMTS/HSPA+: 2100MHz(B1), 1900MHz(B2),1800MHz(B3), 1700MHz(B4), 850MHz(B5), 900MHz(B8)

FDD-LTE:50Mbps/300Mbps
DC HSPA+:5.76Mbps/42Mbps

Work:0.46A@12V DC
Peak:0.58A@12V DC

802.11n 300Mbps

Option

RS232/RS485

Option

US/EU standard
Input: AC100~240V
Output: DC12V

Option

R58C
(China & Asia network)

● FDD-LTE: 2100MHz(B1), 1800MHz(B3), 900MHz(B8)
● TDD-LTE: 2600MHz(B38), 1900MHz(B39), 2300MHz(B40), 2500MHz(B41)
● UMTS/HSPA+: 2100MHz(B1), 850MHz(B5), 900MHz(B8), 1800MHz(B9)
● TD-SCDMA: B34, B39

FDD-LTE:50Mbps/150Mbps
TDD-LTE:10Mbps/112Mbps
DC HSPA+:5.76Mbps/42Mbps

Work:0.41A@12V DC
Peak:0.50A@12V DC

R58E (Europe & Asia network)

● FDD-LTE: 2100MHz(B1), 1800MHz(B3), 850MHz(B5), 2600MHz(B7), 900MHz(B8), 800MHz(B20)
● TDD-LTE: 2600MHz(B38), 1900MHz(B39), 2300MHz(B40), 2500MHz(B41)
● UMTS/HSPA+: 2100MHz(B1), 1900MHz(B2), 850MHz(B5), 800MHz(B6), 900MHz(B8),

FDD-LTE:50Mbps/150Mbps
TDD-LTE:10Mbps/112Mbps
DC HSPA+:5.76Mbps/42Mbps

Work:0.41A@12V DC
Peak:0.50A@12V DC

R58J
(cat6, Japan & Australia network)

● FDD-LTE: 2100MHz(B1), 1800MHz(B3), 850MHz(B5), 2600MHz(B7), 900MHz(B8), 800MHz(B18), 800MHz(B19), 1500MHz(B21), 700MHz(B28),
● TDD-LTE: 2600MHz(B38), 1900MHz(B39), 2300MHz(B40), 2500MHz(B41)
● WCDMA: 2100MHz(B1), 850MHz(B5), 850MHz(B6), 900MHz(B8), 1700MHz(B9), 850MHz(B19)
● TD-SCDMA: B39

FDD-LTE:50Mbps/300Mbps
TDD-LTE:10Mbps/112Mbps
DC-HSPA+: 5.76Mbps/42Mbps

Work:0.46A@12V DC
Peak:0.58A@12V DC



Front Panel

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Back Panel

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M2M vs IoT, what is the difference?

M2M and IoT are frequently mentioned in IT environments across all industries as key technology enablers in two relevant areas for innovation (Operations, where focus is to increase the operational efficiency, and Business Model, where focus is to innovate and establish new business models that generate additional value, creating differentiators for the company in the market). But when you ask what is M2M and what is IoT, even though you may find different descriptions of both topics, there is a tendence to confuse and mix both terms. I myself face this question very often, and I would like to provide here my personal opinion, also for readers not familiar with these topics. This is not necessarily right or wrong, but after several years in this area, I’m convinced  that this is a good way to define and differentiate M2M and IoT and hope it helps some people to build an opinion. 


First, it is necessary to clarify what the acronyms M2M and IoT stand for, and what is behind them:

  • M2M stands for Machine-to-Machine. It is important to note, that the term is not used to refer to the communication between any two devices (for example, a communication established between a mobile phone and a tablet through bluetooth). Even though semantically it could be said that this is machine to machine communication, the term in reality refers to the remote communication between a device and a central system that monitors and controls the device. One of the key characteristics, also, is that this communication takes place to a big extent without human intervention (needed for the previous bluetooth connection).

  • Turning to IoT, the acronym stands for Internet of Things, referring to a network of interconnected things. Intuitively, it could be be said that M2M is a one-to-one communication while IoT builds a network enabling a complexer communication environment. In the end, Internet was adopted as a term to refer to the network of networks. While in M2M we talk about a given type of devices remotely monitored and controlled by a central system, IoT opens a new world of dimensions, with different types of devices and integration of other sources of information interacting one with another through different technologies and networks.


Before diving deeper, it is good to clarify something about the term M2M. M2M is largely used by Mobile Network Operators to refer to wireless communication capabilities based on SIM Cards and the control of those communication capabilities, but M2M is not necessarily limited to that. In fact any connectivity media that enables the remote communication between machines can be used to enable M2M communication. Apart from already available and well established standardized technologies for long distance communication (mobile wireless communication, fixed line or wired communication, satellite…), there are many potential topologies where other technologies can play a role in M2M or IoT applications (Bluetooth, NFC, RFID, WiFi, …). There are also newcomers in the technology world to enable long distance communication for devices requiring to send & receive small pieces of information and have a long battery life. These are the so called Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks, with technologies like SigFox, Neul, LoRa, … Although standardization will play a key role, we will most probably see a long period where different technologies will live together. One of the challenges that we will face in this environment will be ensuring security in this multi-dimensional environment, also due to the lack of maturity of new arising technologies. 


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