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Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 & IBR1150 announced

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The CradlePoint COR IBR1100 & IBR1150 Series is a compact, ruggedized 3G/4G/LTE networking solution designed for mission critical connectivity in the most challenging environments.

Ideal for in-vehicle networks including police cars, ambulances, and mass transit, this cloud-managed solution provides organizations the ability to scale deployments quickly and manage their vehicle networks easily in real time.

With an extensive list of safety and hardening certifications, the COR IBR1100 is engineered to protect against extreme temperatures, humidity, shocks, vibrations, dust, water splash, reverse polarity and transient voltage.

Key Features:

  • Cloud Managed through ECM
  • Dual-Band, dual concurrent WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac)
  • Ruggedized for vibration, shock, dust, splash & humidity
  • Ignition sensing
  • Certified 3G/4G/LTE enterprise grade internal modems
  • Software defined radio supports multiple carriers (Gobi)
  • Built-in Transient and reverse polarity voltage protection
  • 9-36 DC voltage input range
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • Active GPS support

Specifications:

WAN

  • Integrated 4G LTE modem (with 3G failover)
  • Three LAN/WAN switchable 10/100 Ethernet ports – one default WAN (cable/DSL/T1/satellite/Metro Ethernet)
  • WiFi as WAN, Metro WiFi; 2x2 MIMO "N" 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz; 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (IBR1100 only)

LAN

  • Dual-band dual-concurrent WiFi; 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (IBR1100 only)
  • Three LAN/WAN switchable 10/100 Ethernet ports – two default LAN
  • Serial console support for out-of-band management of a connected device
  • PORTS
  • Power

  • 2-wire GPIO

  • USB 2.0

  • 3 Ethernet LAN/WAN

  • 2 cellular antenna connectors (SMA)

  • 1 active GPS antenna connector (SMA)

  • 2 WiFi antenna connectors (R-SMA)

  • Serial DE-9 (commonly called "DB-9") connector – RS-232 (out-of-band management of an external device requires a null modem adapter/cable)

TEMPERATURE

  • −30° C to 70° C (−22 °F to +158 °F) operating
  • −40 °C to 85 °C (−40 °F to +185 °F) storage
  • Includes temperature sensor with options for alerts and automatic shutoff

HUMIDITY (non-condensing)

  • 5% to 95% operating
  • 5% to 95% storage

POWER

  • DC input steady state voltage range: 9–36 VDC (requires inline fuse for vehicle installations)
  • For 9–24 VDC installations, use a 3 A fuse
  • For > 24 VDC installations, use a 2.5 A fuse
  • Reverse polarity and transient voltage protection per ISO 7637-2
  • Ignition sensing (automatic ON and time-delay OFF)
  • Power consumption:

  • idle: typical=400mA@12VDC (4.8W); worst case=800mA@12VDC (9.6W)

  • Tx/Rx: typical=650mA@12VDC (7.8W); worst case=1300mA@12VDC (15.6W)

  • 12VDC 2A adapter recommended

SIZE – 5.3 in x 4.4 in x 1.4 in (134 mm x 112 mm x 35 mm)

WEIGHT – 16.1 oz (457 g)

CERTIFICATIONS

  • FCC, CE, IC
  • WiFi Alliance (IBR1100 only) – 802.11a/b/g/n certified, 802.11ac supported
  • Safety: UL/CUL, CB Scheme, EN60950-1
  • Hazardous Locations: Class I, Div. 2 (pending)
  • Shock/Vibration/Humidity: compliant with MIL STD 810G and SAEJ1455
  • Ingress Protection: compliant with IP64 (includes protection from dust and splashing water)
  • Materials: WEEE, RoHS, RoHS-2, California Prop 65
  • Vehicle: E-Mark, compliant with ISO 7637-2
  • Telecom: PTCRB/CTIA, GCF-CC

GPS

  • GPS Protocols: TAIP and NMEA 0183 V3.0
  • Accuracy:
  • < 2m: 50%
  • < 5m: 90%
  • Acquisition:
  • Hot start: 1 second
  • Warm start: 29 seconds
  • Cold start: 32 seconds
  • Sensitivity
  • Tracking: −161 dBm (tracking sensitivity is the lowest GNSS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view satellite 50% of the time when in sequential tracking mode)
  • Acquisition (standalone): −145 dBm (acquisition sensitivity is the lowest GNSS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view satellite 50% of the time)

  • Operational limits: altitude < 6000 m or velocity < 100 m/s (either limit may be exceeded, but not both)


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Last Updated ( Monday, 13 October 2014 19:58 )