IoT/LTE Routers

Resilience and Flexibility

IoT/LTE Routers

RUTX11 - Industrial Cellular Router

IoT/LTE Routers

RUT955 - Industrial Cellular Router

IoT/LTE Routers

TRB140 - LTE Ethernet Gateway

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Teltonika Platinum Partner

Unified World Communications have partnered with Teltonika, leading supplier of specialist LTE & M2M routers, to offer a wide array of networking products designed to make your connectivity reliable, secure and quick to deploy.

The products will help you build a solid IoT, M2M or enterprise networking infrastructure and advanced remote management capabilities will enable you to manage it with ease.

RELIABLE

Reliability is one of the core focus while designing devices at Teltonika. Their products are engineered and manufactured with goal to achieve the best reliability possible.

SECURE

Security risk tests are performed constantly on all Teltonika devices and all products are being periodically updated to eliminate any breaches in order to assure highest level of security.

EASY TO USE

Teltonika Networks devices are highly professional however they are very easy to use. Ability to offer products which do not require any special training is one of their biggest strengths.

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Teltonika Routers

Teltonika routers are equipped with a variety of wireless and wired connectivity options and technologies which makes them an essential tool to connect people, machines and infrastructure across most market sectors.

The Teltonika RUT series is engineered to be deployed easily in challenging connectivity scenarios and our RutOS based on Linux OpenWRT has become one of the most functional router operating systems in the market.

RUT230

Small and reliable cellular router with 3G & WiFi. Equipped with Ethernet and I/O. RUT230 is perfect for challenging applications within energy, industry, smart city and IoT sectors.

RUT240

Compact but powerful 4G /LTE & WiFi cellular router with Ethernet and I/O. Great for quick deployment in mission critical IoT applications where advanced Networking, VPN and security features are needed.

RUT955

Professional rugged Dual-SIM 4G/LTE & WiFi cellular router. This highly secure and reliable industrial device is equipped with Ethernet, Digital & Analogue I/Os, RS232, RS485, GNSS (GPS), microSD and USB interfaces.

RUTx11

Most powerful and feature rich device within Teltonika Networking products range. Equipped with Dual-SIM, 4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, Dual-Band AC WiFi, Bluetooth LE and USB interfaces.

Teltonika TRB series is a set of programmable M2M gateways designed to connect one device to the Internet.

Linux-based highly functional TRB devices come with industrial networking capabilities and variety of interfaces such as Ethernet, RS232, RS485 or Inputs/Outputs.

All our gateways are 4G LTE capable and can be connected to the RMS (Remote management system) for intuitive and convenient remote monitoring, configuration and control.

TRB140

Small and quick to deploy industrial Ethernet to 4G LTE IoT gateway. Advanced VPN functionality, security and remote management capabilities makes TRB140 the best option for single device connectivity.

TRB141

Small Industrial LTE Cat 1 Gateway equipped with multiple Inputs/Outputs and MicroUSB port. Compact design makes this Gateway perfect for applications where devices must be remotely managed using I/O’s.

TRB142

Robust and reliable RS232 to 4G LTE Cat1 IoT gateway. Linux based advanced firmware with firewall and VPN functionality is perfect for upgrading connectivity for existing or new equipment.

TRB145

Lightweight and powerful RS485 to 4G LTE Cat1 IoT gateway. High performance paired with Linux based firmware enables quick time-to-market in the most demanding applications.

The RMS (Remote management system) is Teltonika’s Cloud-based IoT platform designed for intuitive and convenient remote monitoring, configuration and control of Teltonika Networking products.

In case you are searching for additional ways to connect Teltonika Networking devices to the Cloud, you can choose from a list of third-party IoT, Hotspot and Fleet Management platforms that officially support our products as well.

IoT Platforms
  • ThingWorx
  • Cumulocity
  • Domatica EdgeServer
  • Event Horizon SCADA™ V2
  • Jola Cloud Solutions
  • Telenor MIC
  • Azure IoT Hub
  • Cobot
  • Cloud of Things
Hotspot Platforms
  • IronWiFi
  • Hotspotsystem
  • Cloud4Wi
  • SAI + WiFi
  • MugiCloud
Other platforms
  • Gurtam Wialon
  • GpsGate
  • Navixy
  • Loccate
  • GPS-server

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IoT FAQ's

5G will accelerate digital transformation and Internet of Things applications for business. Discover what it is, how it works and why it should be on your radar.

What does IoT stand for?

IoT stands for the Internet of Things.

Isn’t IoT a thing of the future?

Yes and No. The concept of machines interacting over the internet has been around for quite some time. The very first practical example was a Coke vending machine in 1982 at Carnegie Mellon University. But, the concept is now on its way to becoming a reality by the availability of IPv6 and fast wireless network protocols.

Is Home Automation the only benefit of IoT? In that case, do I really need it?

No. Home automation is one of the benefits of IoT. Apart from it, it is possible to connect almost every device in the world. The applications ranging from personal healthcare to environmental safety are limitless.

What is M2M? Why is it so important?

M2M represents any technology that enables Machine to Machine communication. A simple example is when a vending machine informs the distributor machine about low units of a product.

M2M is at the core of the Internet of Things. It is estimated that the current M2M market will expand from $121 billion to a $948 billion business by 2020.

How will 5G affect the Internet of Things (IoT)?

IoT is really gathering momentum and showing what it can do for businesses of all sizes. 5G will accelerate this movement since it means IoT applications have the wherewithal to collect massive amounts of data using a really efficient, responsive, high-speed network.

This is where things like data collection and real-time analytics will come into their own. With 5G, IoT can really flex its muscle.

What are the major components of connected devices?

The major components of connected devices are: sensors; network; cloud and the things!
In a simplistic scenario, a sensor is attached to a thing. The thing might be any machine or an object of interest. The sensors collect data by monitoring the activities of the device. The collected data is sent over to the cloud platform via the network. The cloud platform makes decision on receipt of the data.

Get in Touch

We’d be happy to assist with your requirements

T: 01254 271 334
E: sales@unifiedworld.co.uk