Enterprise Class Cellular Router for Rolling Stock Application: Digi Transport WR44 RR

digi-transport-wr44The Digi Transport WR44 RR is designed for a multitude of telemetry applications used in rolling stock environments where shock, vibration and EMC resilience is paramount. The WR44 RR supports GSM, GPRS and 3G communication including the latest HSPA+ wireless standard, this provides greatly improved mobile internet speeds compared to that of previous 3G technologies.

Digi TransPort WR44RR provides a reliable primary high speed cellular network connection or can act as a secure backup connection to the existing railroad network. It features a flexible communications design with 3G/4G Gobi multicarrier GSM/ CDMA cellular, plus integrated Wi-Fi b/g/n access point, serial and 4-port Ethernet switch.

Digi-TransPort-WR44RR-application

The WR44 RR has been ruggedized for installation in demanding locations, and is designed to meet the EN50155 standard for railway applications for electronic equipment. Its rail industry ratings, versatility, security features and performance make it ideal for applications such as Positive Train Control (PTC), wayside device communications and on-board passenger Internet access. This rugged router is also designed to operate at a wide range of temperatures anywhere between -40°C to 75°C.

For more information about Enterprise Class Cellular Routers please contact the following:
Singapore: http://www.anewtech.net, email:contactus@anewtch.com.sg
Malaysia: http://www.anewtech.com.my, email:sales@anewtech.com.my
Vietnam: http://www.anewtech.com.vn, email: sales@anewtech.com.vn

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