Suitable For These Applications
The programmable FATBOX G3 (LTE/4G) and G3w (ADSL/Fiber) aggregates data from industrial devices in an multiple onsite networks and securely sends to a server or cloud service using MQTT cloud protocol.
For predictive maintenance or data applications requiring incorporated analytics or enhanced flexibility, the FATBOX G3 integrates connection to Azure IOT Hub or AWS for Industrial devices (i.e. using Modbus or Serial RS485/232). As a LINUX box, the G3 can also run additional applications for added edge intelligence.
The FATBOX G3 allows you to connect a Zigbee mesh network to a designated private server or Azure IOT Hub for management. Suitable for BMS, smart metering or applications that require data from multiple assets in one location to be collected and managed. As a LINUX box, the G3 can also run additional applications for added edge intelligence.
The G3 enables highly customizable connectivity options for remote industrial devices operating Modbus, CANBus, Serial RS485/232 or Zigbee protocols, via a secure LTE/4G/3G network. As a LINUX box, the G3 can also run additional applications for added edge intelligence.
Vehicular data from the onboard OBDII control can be drawn using the CANBus 2.0 protocol and transmitted to a designated server over secure LTE/4G/3G networks. For applications that require incorporated analytics or flexible access, the FATBOX G3 also has Azure IOT hub tightly integrated. Custom scripts can also be run on the G3 for intelligent edge applications.
For critical applications that require a backup network, the FATBOX G3 can detect failures to the main ADSL/Fiber network and automatically switch to a secure 4G/3G network until the service resumes. Dual SIM cards provide an added layer of redundancy.
The LTE/4G FATBOX G3 is a robust gateway with an up to 100Mbps downlink and uplink speed that is suitable for high bandwidth applications such as the monitoring of video from remote or mobile (vehicular mounted) IP cameras.
The cost effective G1 allows a large number of terminals to be connected to the application server located in a secure data-center using HSDPA data network.