M2M SABRE Satellite terminal BGAN for offline use on open space without human intervention
The SABRE Range M2M is a BGAN M2M (machine-to-machine) terminal with a ruggedized mechanical enclosure build for long term outdoor all weather installation. It is designed for SCADA applications in remote unmanned location. The firmware is specially designed such that it can provide reliable and stable BGAN connectivity continuously for long period without user intervention. To ensure that users are always in control of SABRE Ranger M2M, Addvalue developed features that enable users to control the terminal remotely: the PDP context of the SABRE Ranger M2M can be activated or deactivated remotely via SMS; in times when users need to reboot the terminal, the rebooting process can also be initiated via SMS; the terminal can be configured remotely using SMS commands; and logs can be retrieved remotely for debugging. The SABRE Range M2M also comes with a mounting frame that's specially designed for easy antenna pointing.
► Remote configuration and debugging
► 24/7 Always-On Capability
► IP watchdog for fail-safe operation
► PDP activation/deactivation via SMS
► Selected settings via SMS
► Reboot terminal via SMS
► Single unit with integrated antenna (all-in-one)
► Ruggedized (IP65) mechanical enclosure for prolonged outdoor harsh weather installation
► NEMA Type 4X Corrosion Resistance
► Enhanced Vibration and Shock Resistance
► Class I Div. 2 and ATEX Zone 2, Group II, Category 3
► Over-the-air firmware upgrade
► Secure Remote Access restricted with authorized numbers.
Inmarsat Service Features
► Qualified for special Inmarsat M2M pricing plans
► No connection charge (Unlike BGAN which charges 200KB)
► No charge for over-the-air firmware upgrades
► Billing increment step size: 1KB (Compared to BGAN which is 10KB)
BGAN M2M for SCADA
The SABRE Ranger M2M brings BGAN M2M technology to the field of remote unmanned SCADA applications. It comes with an enhanced firmware that provides reliable continuous 24/7 operation and connectivity with the BGAN network.
With IP65 and NEMA Type 4X compliance certifications, the terminal is fit for long term outdoor installations in all weather conditions.
► Frequency Band
Receive - 1525MHz - 1559MHz
Transmit - 1626,5MHz - 1660,5MHz
Type - Built-in patch antenna
► Bearer Data Rate
Receive - 384 kbps (Max)
Transmit - 240 kbps (Max)
► GPS Air Interface
Integrated GPS receiver and antenna
Standard IP, SMS
Ethernet connection (RJ45)
RS232 (DB9) 9600 bps with 10m Multi-function cable
► Firmware Upgrades
Over-the-air or via Ethernet RJ45
► Supports 3GPP AT commands
► Operating System Support
Operating Humidity: 95% (Non-condensing at +40°C or 104°F)
-40°C to +75°C
-40°F to 167°F
Storage Temp: -40°C to +80°C, -40°F to +176°F
Storage Humidity: 5% to 95% (RH)
Water & Dust: IP65 compliant
DC Input: 12 to 18Vdc Min 2A
► Power Consumption
Receive: 6 W
Transmit mode: 22 W
1.5 Kg / 3.3 lbs
305 x 186 x 49 mm
12 x 7.32 x 1.93 in
► Wind Loading
Up to 100 mph
Certification of Compliance
► Inmarsat Type Approval
IC (Industry Canada)
CSA (Safety mark - cCSAus)
NEMA Type 4X
Class I Div. 2 and ATEX Zone 2, Group II, Category 3 Certified.
Global Coverage & Service With Ground Control service, BGAN terminals may connect anywhere on the globe except for the poles. If you are within one of the three colored regions, you may connect at broadband speeds, as well as make and receive phone calls from anywhere.
Today there are three BGAN Satellites that give contiguous worldwide coverage.
Each I-4 can generate 19 wide beams and more than 200 narrow spot beams. These can quickly be reconfigured and focused anywhere on Earth to provide extra capacity where needed.
Excellent In Stormy Weather Since a BGAN terminal uses the "L" band for reception and transmission (the L band has a very long wavelength), it is able penetrate through clouds and other atmospheric condition far better than large satellite dishes.