Contact

Phone: +49 (641) 350999-30

E-mail: info@IPmotion.de

Area of use

FW5 Cologne, Photo: O. Schaible

Do you ensure safety, health and risk prevention? The special solution: the robust and easy-to-operate
CAR-A-WAN.112 copes easily with large temperature differences and heavy mechanical stress.

The operating system and all data relevant to operation are located on particularly durable data memories and are therefore especially insensitive to adverse weather conditions. Areas of use: detached control stations for the police, fire service and disaster protection, construction sites and environmental facilities.

Technical Data v6 (from July 2019)

  • 1 to 3 LTE-A Modems Cat 6 (each 300 MBit/s DL & 50 MBit/s UL) suitable for Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Africa
  • 2 Mini SIMs via modem
  • expandable by SSD hard disk
  • Wireless LAN (802.11 ac) with WPA2 security (default)
  • up to two WLAN cards, optionally usable as two access points with 2.4 and 5 GHz or one access point and one Ethernet client for station coupling (data filling station)
  • 2x USB 3.0, Type A
  • 2x 1000Base-T-Ethernet
  • 8V-36V DC supply voltage
  • Power consumption < 12W
  • standard GPS-A/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo (with power supply)

Dimensions v6

  • 153,6mm x 56,0mm x 201,5mm (only housing with QLS connectors)
  • 153,6mm x 70mm x 201,5mm (with optional holder)
 
 

Models

  • CAR-A-WAN.112 LTE-A v6
    GTIN: 4260031732295
  • CAR-A-WAN.112 Plus LTE-A v6
    GTIN: 4260031732301
  • CAR-A-WAN.112 Trio LTE-A v6
    GTIN: 4260031732318

Documents

References

The professional fire service in Cologne uses our universal router as a gateway to fast mobile wireless and satellite communication. Moreover, IPmotion has developed a VPN tool for special deployment requirements.

"Switching from the T-Mobile and Vodafone network to the satellite system of the vehicle roof with the CAR-A-WAN.industrial v2 model functions instantly and perfectly, while support via several mobile wireless networks also secures connections particularly well."

Adrian Röhrle, head of operations and deputy departmental head for information systems at the professional fire service in Cologne