Digi International Releases Digi TransPort WR11 XT to Deliver Reliable Connection in Harsh Environment
MINNETONKA, MN: Digi International, provider of mission-critical machine-to-machine and IoT connectivity products and services, has unveiled the Digi TransPort WR11 XT- a temperature hardened cellular router that works in harsh environments and offers a secure and reliable LTE connection for industrial and retail applications.
Designed to expand the use of the commercial-grade WR11 cellular router into industrial control and remote monitoring applications in outdoor conditions, WR11 XT is the enhanced version of WR11, which has PCI-ready security attributes, small form factor, dual SIM capabilities, and enhanced network management via Digi Remote Manager.
In addition, the advanced version features a ruggedized aluminum enclosure and DIN-rail form factor, an increased operating temperature range (-30 degree Celsius to +70 degree Celsius), flanges for shelf or wall mounting and a screw-down SIM cover. It also helps network engineering and administration teams to extend their network reach while extending uptime and diminishing costs linked with disconnected industrial machines and retail terminals.
Available with an enterprise software license, it comes up with two LTE with 3G failback versions, a Verizon single-mode LTE version and a Global HSPA+ version.
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