In September 2023, Broadsens is happy to announce the release of next generation wireless edge-computing gateway GU300S, which supports global 4G LTE cellular network. GU300S can send data received from wireless vibration and temperature sensors remotely through cellular network to clouds, servers or a local PC. This is useful when there is no access to the local Ethernet or WiFi network. GU300S can also be controlled remotely via cellular network either through VPN or MQTT protocol. Before the release of GU300S, when local network is not available, user needs to use a dedicated 4G LTE router to connect to the gateways. GU300S saves the additional hardware investment and integrates the cellular network ability into one hardware.
GU300S has integrated SIM7600G-H-PCIE series LTE Cat 4 module, which supports wireless communication modes of LTE-TDD/LTE-FDD/HSPA+/GSM/GPRS/EDGE etc. GU300S supports maximum 150Mbps cellular downlink rate and 50Mbps uplink rate. GU300S is suitable for LTE, UMTS and GSM networks with global coverage.
4G LTE SIM card is required to use the cellular network function. Similar to other wireless gateways, GU300S comes with integrated database and large local storage. The gateways store wireless vibration and temperature sensor data for 6 months in default, and can be expanded up to five years. GU300S also supports Broadsens's other sensors such as wireless pressure sensors, wireless strain gauges, wireless dynamic angle sensors, etc. For users who do not need cellular network access, wireless edge-computing gateway GU300 is recommended.