Wireless Access Point and Safe Gateway into the IoT
- Freescale PowerPC QorIQ P1013, 800 MHz
- 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports on M12 connectors
- Up to 6 antennas on RP-TNC connectors
- Various wireless functions and configurable firewall
- 1 USB 2.0 type A port, 1 USB 2.0 type B port
- Diversity of the signal reception
- Compliant to EN 50155 (railway) and ISO 7637-2 (E-mark for automotive)
Robust and Flexible Gateway Solution
The NM50 is compliant to EN 50155 and ISO 7637-2 (E-mark for automotive), perfectly fulfilling the requirements for use in modern public transportation. As a member of MEN’s robust and flexible box PC family the NM50 allows a fast time-to-market for cost-effective IoT applications.
Two reliable WLAN modules provide high-speed internet and local data connection to multiple WLAN compatible devices. A configurable firewall protects WLAN clients and supports secure and uninterrupted network connectivity.
Two Gigabit Ethernet ports available on M12 connectors secure a redundant upstream connection to a local server, or downstream to other access points in a network, to extend coverage and increase availability of service. Up to six possible antenna interfaces (four at the front side, two at the back) via robust RP-TNC connectors enable redundant and continuous signal reception.
The NM50 electronics are based on a low-power Freescale QorIQ Power PC CPU and are well protected by a conduction-cooled and robust IP30 aluminum housing. In addition, the NM50 is designed for operation at temperatures from -40 to +85°C.
With its robust design, the configurable firewall, various wireless functions and the reliable and secure data transmission the NM50 is an ideal device for demanding wireless applications in harsh environments.
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