R5020 – Roteador Industrial 5G

KEY FEATURES
* Global 5G/4G/3G cellular connections
* Supports Ethernet, Wifi and 4G/5G
internet with auto-failover
* Very cost-effective industrial 5G router
solution
* Fully programmable Operating System
with well documented SDK
* Multiple VPN options available
including DMVPN & IPSEC
* GNSS, ignition sense & E-mark make
R5020 ideal for vehicles
* Free cloud management platform –
RCMS
* Robust metal enclosure with small
footprint – DIN-rail + wall mount
options

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INTRODUCTION
The R5020 is Robustel’s first 5G capable router supporting global 5G, 4G and 3G
bands. The R5020 leverages the tried and tested high performance CPU platform
and RobustOS – a mature and stable Operating System developed in-house by
Robustel. R5020 is compatible with 3GPP Release 15 and targeted at the following
applications:
In-vehicle Applications – whether it is passenger wifi, CCTV debrief, ticketing or a
similar “onboard” requirement, the R5020 offers a simple and effective to increase
internet speeds and future-proof current installations well into the future. R5020
has achieved E-Mark certification for in-vehicle use and supports GNSS positioning.
A version with vehicle ignition sensing is available to protect vehicle batteries
when the engine is off.
Broadband Failover – R5020 can be configured to use Ethernet or Wifi as primary
internet and failover to 4G/5G in the event of an outage. This can help to provide
resilience to outlets such as shops and small offices at a reasonable cost and
provide sufficient bandwidth for multiple users.
IPSEC, DMVPN and Open VPN protocols can be used for connections into core
networks.
Primary Broadband – Cellular networks can now provide unlimited 5G tariffs at
very reasonable prices, offering hundreds of Mbps internet over the air. For many,
a chance to cut the cables and use a wireless internet connection can be
technically or commercially favourable.

 

 

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