A New, Affordable Cellular Router for Large- Scale Deployments
At last - an affordable, industrial-grade LTEA router for transportation, digital signage, automated kiosk and M2M deployments.
From 3G to LTEA, the BR1 Mini supports wide range of cellular standards and worldwide frequencies to meet your evry need. Enjoy GPS fleet, usage reports and statistics.
Cellular, Ethernet, Wi-Fi: Choose Your Failover Options
Failover between redundant SIM slots comes standard on the BR1 Mini.
But If you need more failover options, you can also get the failover add-on feature which enables Ethernet WAN and Wi-Fi as WAN. That way, you can choose the WAN functionality you need for your deployment.
Add-On M2M Capability, Multiple Power Input Options
The optional Port Adapter that enables easy RS232 serial-console connectivity for M2M applications and out-of-band management.
No need for a power cable — the BR1 Mini accepts Passive PoE Input. With its wide input-voltage range, the BR1 Mini can also be powered by terminal block or DC Jack for greater flexibility.
GPS Tracking and Social Wi-Fi
GPS enables you to easily track your fleets. You can offer your passengers Wi-Fi while controlling per-user bandwidth and web content.
And Social Wi-Fi grants your passengers access to wireless through their social media accounts, while giving you the insights you crave.
Fast Setup & Capable Cloud Management
The BR1 Mini has a straightforward and accessible interface. Anyone can get it up and running — no background in IT needed.
Plus, the BR1 Mini’s cloud management capabilities make large-scale management a breeze. You can monitor and manage hundreds of devices on a single screen.
Small but Sturdy
Benefit from the BR1 Mini’s smaller form factor — without sacrificing durability and reliability. The BR1 Mini has a wide temperature range (-40° to +149°F / -40° to +65°C) and can be deployed in even the harshest environments.
With the BR1 Mini you also get all the building blocks of SDN for the future Internet of Things: third party integration, API, and automation. As the IOT evolves, you can be confident your router will be ready.