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MODEM OFFERS SIMPLE UPGRADE TO 4G SERVICES

19-08-2019
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New from Control Logic, the Teleorigin RBMTX-Lite is a robust low-profile 4GX modem that is an ideal upgrade for legacy datacomms applications that currently use 3G devices.

The low-power-consumption unit has an easy-to-configure web interface, a rugged housing and a built-in serial port. It supports OpenVPN, and has optional Wi-Fi and digital I/O. When paired with Control Logic’s SmartVPN service, it provides a simple low-cost connectivity solution.

The RBMTX-Lite is suitable for applications such as remote metering, traffic systems, transportation and logistics, security, vending machines and facilities management.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.controllogic.com.au

 

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