Hughes 9502 BGAN M2M Terminal - 2 Piece (3500509-0001) The world's most cost-effective, all-IP BGAN machine-to-machine satellite terminal with exceptionally low power consumption. The Hughes 9502 connects monitoring and control applications in remote, unmanned locations, giving you full visibility and management of your dispersed assets across an entire operational area.
For customers with data volume requirements ranging from megabytes to gigabytes, such as real-time surveillance or high-volume metering and telemetry.
A 3G satellite network service, it provides full IP data connectivity supported by remote terminal management, debugging and configuration options. Using robust and lightweight hardware, BGAN M2M enables a wide range of M2M applications.
The Hughes 9502 IP satellite terminal provides reliable connectivity over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) for IP SCADA and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. The Hughes terminal delivers affordable, global, end-to-end IP data connectivity enabling applications in industry sectors such as environmental monitoring, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring, compressor monitoring, well site automation, video surveillance, and out-of-band management to primary site communications.
The exceptional low power consumption (<1 W idle) of the Hughes 9502 makes it possible to provide end-to-end IP connectivity to sites that are off the grid. This breakthrough provides end-to-end IP connectivity to power-challenged locations that rely upon solar battery arrays involving sensitive power budgets.
The Hughes 9502 includes 10 meters of RF cabling, granting the user freedom to position the antenna remotely and away from the transceiver in complex installations while securing the SIM card inside a premise or enclosure to better protect against unauthorized use, theft, and vandalism.
Future firmware releases would be uncommon, meanwhile any such modem update will qualify for no charge over-the-air (OTA) upgrades saving customers time and money. At less than a penny or two per kilobyte, customers cannot find better value from comparable technologies.
Ultra-low power consumption
◦ Transmit: < 20 W ◦ Narrow beam w/o transmit: 3 W ◦ Idle (regional beam): < 1 W ◦ Off (wake on packet): < 10 mW (@ 12 Vdc) ◦ Off (wake on packet): < 30 mW (@ 24 Vdc) ◦ Off (GPIO control): < 3 mW (@ 12 Vdc) ◦ Off (GPIO control): 0
The input power requirements for the 9502 are: 2A @ 12V +/-10% or 1A @ 24V +/-10%. The minimum input voltage is 10V, but it can go down to 8.2V before the terminal will shut itself down (brown out). The maximum voltage is 26.4V. We have a bit of head room on the upper side as well, but the power cannot go above 28V, without the terminal shutting itself down.
? Relay mode passes WAN IP address to the connected RTU ? Security enhancements with extended layers of embedded security options ? Basic installation; no PC required ? Outdoor unit (ODU) can be pole mounted ? Indoor unit (IDU) is housed inside building or the remote terminal unit (RTU) ? Built-in GPS receiver
Interfaces ◦ Ethernet connection (RJ45) ◦ USB?Type B for connection to configuration PC ◦ RS-232 (DB9) to external NMEA 0183-based GNSS device (e.g., GLONASS receiver) ◦ TNC connection on the IDU to the external antenna