Industrial router for remote machine connection, commissioning

KEB America's Ethernet-based C6 Router comes with WAN, LAN, USB and serial interfaces, and digital I/Os and is designed for hard-to-access installations such as wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and wind turbines.
By KEB America, Inc. August 8, 2015

KEB America's Ethernet-based C6 Router comes with WAN, LAN, USB and serial interfaces, and digital I/Os and is designed for hard-to-access installations such as wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and wind turbines. Courtesy: KEB AmericaKEB America’s Ethernet-based C6 Router comes with wide area network (WAN), local area network (LAN), USB and serial interfaces, and digital I/O devices. For hard-to-access installations like wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and wind turbines, a cellular network option is available. When paired with Combivis software, the router is designed to connect remotely to machines in the field for commissioning, program adjustment, and troubleshooting using KEB’s secure virtual private network (VPN) connection to networked servers. For hard-to-access installations like wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and wind turbines a cellular network option is available. They come with one push-pin type SIM card and SMAStecker antenna, with the option of adding an auxiliary Diversity antenna. The C6 Router is housed in a stainless steel enclosure for harsh conditions and has no fans or moving parts to maintain and has an extended temperature option ranging from -20 to 70 C (-4 to 158 F) for extreme environments.

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