Servelec Technologies is pleased to announce the release of a new communication card for the TBox Modular System (MS) remote telemetry unit, to enable the transfer of real time data across 4G/LTE networks.
Ensuring that TBox customers continue to receive the latest technology as standard, the new 4G GSM Modem with LTE/4G Penta Band will supersede the existing communication cards as the default option. Whilst significantly improving performance, this upgrade comes at no extra cost to the customer.
To ensure consistency of data transmission in remote areas, the new communication card comes with 3G/GPRS fall back capability so that 3G or GPRS networks can be utilised when no 4G signal is available. This allows the versatile system to provide full data network access to all customers of the TBox MS, whatever their requirements and connectivity.
The TBox MS from Servelec Technologies is a modular, secure and highly resilient automation platform for critical and demanding SCADA applications. With on-board web server technology eliminating the need for complex SCADA software and costly HMI displays, the TBox MS remote telemetry unit provides real-time remote access and control of your assets using the latest web server technology, which now includes this 4G network compatibility.
In order to facilitate the upgrade, Servelec Technologies’ High Performance Antenna, introduced in Autumn 2017, will become the default antenna and unique option for the MS and LT2/TG2 Modems. Competitively priced, this enhanced product is a 4G/3G/2G multiband 3dBi omnidirectional antenna with 2m low loss coaxial cable.
Servelec Technologies strives for continuous improvement by investing in new product development across its state of the art range of RTUs and software solutions, to ensure its customers benefit from the latest technology and the efficiencies this provides. A new price list for the TBox range will be published on 1 July 2018.