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Sierra Wireless AirLink Raven RV50 Cellular Modem

Sierra Wireless AirLink Raven RV50 Cellular Modem

Description

The AirLink Raven RV50 is the industry’s lowest power LTE cellular modem and is compatible with all major global networks.

Features

  • LTE performance at 2G power consumption – uses less than 1 watt
  • Exceeds MIL-STD-810G specification for shock, vibration, temperature and humidity
  • Ideal for battery operated, solar charged applications
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The AirLink Raven RV50 is the industry’s lowest power LTE gateway. Simple to install and easy to manage, the Raven RV50 industrial gateway is designed to connect critical assets and infrastructure. Ideal for industrial-grade applications in energy, utilities and smart-city infrastructure, the Raven RV50 provides real-time remote connectivity for SCADA, distribution management systems and metering.

With LTE coverage on major global networks, the Raven RV50 brings the benefits of broadband connectivity to the most challenging environments, where servicing is not an option and power is often scarce. It is the industry’s only fully operational 4G gateway with 2G power consumption. LTE bandwidth makes it a viable alternative to costly wired and wireless technologies, providing a future-proof solution that protects investment.

What's Included:
  • (1) Cellular modem
  • (1) DC power cable
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Sierra Wireless AirLink Raven RV50 Cellular Modem RV50 AirLink RV50 4G LTE (Cat 3) cellular modem with Ethernet/Serial/USB/GPS interface, includes DC power cable
$589.00
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Sierra Wireless AirLink Raven RV50 Cellular Modem RV50X AirLink RV50X 4G LTE (Cat 6) cellular modem with Ethernet/Serial/USB/GPS interface, includes DC power cable
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