The WR210LG Dual-SIM LTE CPE for Extended Industrial Functionality, Designed by Queclink


The following question, albeit somewhat teed-up, is still a significant one:

Hey, any game-changing developments in industrial connectivity to talk about?”

Why yes, indeed.

Courtesy of Queclink, we have an announcement concerning its new WR210LG Dual-SIM LTE CPE for Extended Industrial Functionality.

First, some context: Queclink empowers business teams the world over by designing its definitively, quote, “original IoT solutions for discovering new possibilities within our connected world.” Across industries (e.g. agriculture, logistics, transportation, networks, mobility, etc.), Queclink meets IoT customers’ needs and strives to continually improve how “of Things” innovations impact the modern technologies landscape. Its solutions cover a range of use cases for fleet management, insurance and video telematics, asset security and tracking and much more.

This leads us to the WR210LG’s official launch.

The WR210LG, designed to meet the demands of the industrial sector, is a high-performance device with extended functionality tailored for myriad industrial M2M applications. Encased in a durable metal shell and equipped with high-quality, industrial-grade components, the WR210LG:

  • Features a versatile DIN rail mounting groove, accommodating a wide range of latches and rails (including the standard DIN 35mm rail)
  • Also has an alternative bracket mount option, if the need arises
  • Adaptability-wise, it has RS232 and RS485 serial ports and multiple I/O interfaces
  • Backwards compatible, and supports various protocols (e.g. SNMP and Modbus)
  • Durable make; operates reliably from -30°C to 75°C

The long-story-short of it, readers? This flexible device helps to ensure “extensive, uninterrupted” network coverage, and with a simplified installation process, to boot.

Learn more here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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