The intelligent and versatile NetComm Wireless 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200) is designed for universal deployment and seamless integration, enabling remote monitoring and management across diverse applications in areas such as asset management, security and surveillance, building automation, point of sale, healthcare and smart city initiatives.
Industrial M2M applications are becoming more advanced, more complex and more diverse. Whatever the industry sector, the challenge is to achieve business objectives through the efficient management of remote assets, equipment and systems. The NetComm Wireless 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200) offers an easily integrated solution that is simple to manage, configure and customise. Designed to enable diverse M2M applications, the NTC-6200 connects to 3G networks worldwide and, depending on the selected model, comes equipped with GPS and multipurpose interfaces including I/O, Serial, Ethernet and USB ports.
The robust and intelligent NetComm Wireless 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200) provides real-time M2M data connectivity, even in harsh environments. The NTC-6200 creates reliable point-to-point or point-to-multi-point WAN connections for a variety of mission critical applications such as primary broadband, video surveillance, retail, payments, in-vehicle communications and industrial automation.
Connect and manage remote assets across the globe. NTC-6200 delivers speeds reaching 14.4Mbps over 3G networks worldwide; and feature Ethernet, Serial (RS232/422/485) and USB 2.0 ports to seamlessly connect virtually any piece of equipment, anywhere.
NTC-6200 routers integrate with application service enablement platforms, and provide developers with a variety of real-world interfaces, offering complete integrated solutions for any application.
Monitor mobile assets (selected models only)
Track and monitor vehicles and other mobile assets from any location using NTC-6200 models that feature built-in GPS; and gather information about the physical environment using the three multipurpose I/O ports to collect data from sensors, monitors and other input devices. One I/O port is a dedicated ignition input that can power the router when a vehicle is started, providing powering flexibility.
M2M deployments in remote locations can be managed from a central location in real time to reduce site visits and manual maintenance costs. Technicians can receive status alerts, log into the system, extract and analyse data, upload firmware and change configuration from virtually any location using management interfaces including OMA LWM2M, TR-069, SNMP, HTTP/HTTPS, Telnet/CLI, and SMS. SMS can be used to access, control and monitor the router, and send and receive text messages while protecting from 3G/2G IP network outages using GSM networks.
Custom software applications
NTC-6200 routers are software rich intelligent 3G routers with the additional benefit of being software expandable. They feature an open embedded Linux Operating System empowering solution architects and system integrators to create their own apps using NetComm’s Software Development Kit (SDK).