The E-Lins H685W cellular Router is designed to establish a 4G cellular and Wi-Fi wireless network and share a cellular internet connection. The H685W Cellular Router enables users to quickly create a secure Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) network and provide access to the internet using a cellular network. By connecting to the cellular mobile network; an internet connection can be accessed and shared virtually anywhere within a wireless broadband network.
NOTE: this router does not support Band 28.
The router can share the cellular internet connection out its standard RJ45 Ethernet ports or a WIFi network.
The router can also act as an RS-232 serial server. The serial port can be forwarded to a computer connected anywhere on the internet. Two routers can be configured as a serial cable replacement, sending data over the mobile phone network.
The router can connect to common VPN protocols, allowing secure access to the WiFi network and serial server features. It can also be configured to update common dynamic DNS services when its IP address changes.
E-Lins' mobile data products are widely used in more than 50 countries and regions, and more than twenty industrial fields, such as power control, water schedule, traffic, oil field, weather forecast, environmental protection, street lamp control, post, bank and many other areas.
- Remote Data Monitor and Control
- CCTV, security surveillance
- Water, gas and oil flow metering and schedule
- AMR (automatic meter reading)
- Power station monitoring and control
- Remote POS (point of sale) terminals, ATM,
- Traffic signals monitor and control, Traffic info guidance
- Oil field, weather forecast, environmental protection, street lamp monitoring and control
- Fleet management
- Weather station data transmission
- Vending machine
- Telemetry, SCADA
Note: These devices do not come with a SIM card. Some functions, like acting as a serial server open to the internet require a SIM card with a publicly routable IP address. Most SIM cards do not have this feature by default, though some carriers can change regular SIM card account settings to give you the option. Telstra cards usually use the telstra.internet APN. You'll want your account to have the "GPTEXB3" option, and use the telstra.extranet APN.