Smart 4G router for critical infrastructure and industrial applications
Hardware specialist BRESSNER Technology now offers the new Digi IX30 4G mobile router for harsh environments and a business-friendly entry into Industry 4.0(PresseBox) (Gröbenzell, )
The Digi IX30 is powered by Digi Remote Manager® (Digi RM) and the Digi Accelerated Linux Operating System (DAL OS). In doing so, Digi Remote Manager® operates as the command center of an intelligent network, enabling organizations to configure, deploy and monitor tens of thousands of mission-critical devices and assets from a single desktop, tablet or smartphone. DAL OS, along with Digi RM, enables programmability for edge intelligence applications, interoperability for legacy serial devices/protocols, and MQTT Sparkplug B. These features provide critical connectivity between devices and sensors in the Industry 4.0 ecosystem, giving users a high level of security, control and performance.
Ready for public or private cellular networks
The cellular router provides high-speed performance for public, private and hybrid network deployments supporting both licensed spectrum and CBRS Band 48 to enable migration between multiple networks in a single SKU. A future variant of the Digi IX30 will include Anterix Band 8 along with Anterix Active certification to support public and private cellular networks.
Suitable for harsh environments
Digi has designed its entire industrial (IX) product family to meet the required stability in harsh environments with wide temperature ranges. Class 1, Division 2 (C1D2) and ATEX certification make the cellular router suitable for environments where explosive gases, vapors, dusts or fibers may be present. DIN rail mounting allows easy installation in field containers and cabinets.
Wide range of I/O options, edge intelligence, and comprehensive capabilities for global deployments
The Digi IX30 has a high number of analog and digital I/O and serial ports along with extensive protocol support, providing versatile integration options to manage a large number of legacy systems with a single device.
The device is equipped with two Ethernet ports and GNSS, as well as support for remote sensors with four analog and four digital inputs and outputs. Thanks to the new Python programming implementation that allows interoperability with legacy serial devices/protocols, the Digi IX30 solution brings additional reliability, simplicity and security to the edge computing space.
"The Digi IX30 cellular router is the newest member of Digi International's IX family of devices and builds on their successful legacy of industrial cellular routers," said Markus Schumacher, Senior Account Manager at BRESSNER Technology. "The rugged IX30 has additional computing power for edge applications, additional analog as well as digital I/O and reduces sources of error, by eliminating the need for additional devices. The IX30's higher performance and LTE speed deliver greater value through a complete, cost-effective IoT solution and, significantly reduces operating costs in the most challenging deployments in turn."