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Advantech is updating its router lineup and brings you the ICR-2734 Libratum and ICR-2431

The ICR-2734 Libratum is an advanced and fully compatible (configuration, size, interfaces, accessories) successor to Advantech's LR77 v2 Libratum cellular router.

The ICR-2734 Libratum industrial router offers even more features and improvements, such as a more powerful processor and large memory capacity to ensure a long life cycle (software upgrades), a USB port, more detailed LED indication, and extensive user software customization options.

As an option, the manufacturer can additionally install a TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) chip to verify the integrity of the router. This will ensure the reliability of the system in response to the growing cybersecurity requirements in many industries and the public sector.

The ICR-2431 is an industrial cellular router designed for wireless communication in mobile networks with traditional cellular technologies.

The ICR-2431 complies with the Cat.4 standard, with a peak downlink speed of up to 150 Mbps and an uplink speed of up to 50 Mbps, and features two independent Ethernet ports (LAN or WAN), 1 RS232 serial port, 1 RS485 port, and digital input/output ports (1 × DI, 1 × DO).

Additionally, the router is configured with an 802.11a,b,g,n WiFi module and is configurable in Station (STA), Access Point (AP), AP and STA multipurpose modes.

These routers support VPN tunneling using various protocols to ensure secure communication. There are also diagnostic features that include automatic monitoring of wireless and wired connections, automatic restart in case of connection loss, and a hardware watchdog (WTD) that monitors the router's status.

The routers have an open Linux platform and extensive capabilities for programming custom software applications in Python, C/C++. The existing Advantech Router Apps library (custom modules) is supported with already developed applications to extend the specific functionality of the router, including the conversion of industrial protocols and support for IoT platforms such as MS Azure, Cumulocity, ThingWorx, and others.

We are currently working on obtaining certification from the Ukrainian State Radio Frequency Center, which will allow customers to use this product in projects with strict certification conditions and in public sector projects.

PROXIS™ offers these router models on a custom-made basis from its warehouse in Kyiv.

You can learn more about the range of products here.

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