Adopting high-performance industrial platform of quad-core CPU and cellular module, IOT-R75W is capable of providing wire-speed network and ultra-small package to ensure the extremely safe and reliable connection to the wireless network. Upgraded to the latest cellular technology - 5G, the IOT-R75W makes it possible to enjoy ultra-fast broadband access with 5G cellular network. Meanwhile, IOT-R75W also supports 5-port Gigabit Ethernet switch, serial ports (RS232/RS485) and DI/DO(Digital Input/Digital output), which enable you to scale up M2M application combining data and video in limited time and budget. IOT-R75W is particularly suitable for smart grid, digital media installations, industrial automation, telemetry equipment, medical device, digital factory, finance, payment device, environment protection, water conservancy and so on.
High Reliability & Stability
5G NSA & SA Modes
Qualcomm Quad-Core Processor
CAT4/6/12/20 Cellular Modem (optional)
Strong Wi-Fi Performance
Peak Speed up to 1.733 Gbps
MU-MIMO, TxBF, Qualcomm® Wi-Fi SON
5 Gigabit Ethernet ports and rich industrial interfaces
1 x WAN + 4 x LAN (10/100/1000 Mbps adaptive switching)
1 x RS232 + 1 x RS485
1 x DI + 1 x DO
1 x USB 2.0
Private network access and encrypted transmission
Support IPsec/OpenVPN encryption to provide a secure tunnel for data flow
Support access control (ACL), DMZ, SYN-flood defense and other multiple security protection measures
Multiple link backup, dual SIM card backup
Wide Voltage input 9-48V DC
Wide operating temperature range
-40°C to +70°C or -40 ℉ to 158 ℉
Remote Management Platform
Bulk Firmware Upgrade
Device Status Monitoring
|Unlocked (Free to use SIM card)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Link Speed||CAT4 1x1 MIMO (Up to 150Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink)||CAT4 2x2 MIMO (Up to 150Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink)||CAT4 2x2 MIMO (Up to 150Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink)||CAT20, 5G NSA & SA 4x4 MIMO (Up to 2500Mbps downlink and 350Mbps uplink)|
|Wi-Fi||NO||Wi-Fi 4 1x1||Wi-Fi 4 1x1||Wi-Fi 5 2x2 dual band|
|DI & DO Port||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|SIM Card Slot||1||2 (Fail-over)||2 (Fail-over)||2 (Fail-over)|
|VPN Access||OpenVPN, IPsec, PPTP, L2TP, DMVPN, GRE||OpenVPN, IPsec, PPTP, L2TP, DMVPN, GRE||OpenVPN, IPsec, PPTP, L2TP, GRE||OpenVPN, IPsec, PPTP, L2TP, DMVPN, GRE|
|Suitalbe Applications||Provide high speed internet access for a few security cameras in harsh conditions||Provide high speed internet access for a few security cameras and many IoT devices in harsh conditions||Provide high speed internet access for a few security cameras and many IoT devices in harsh conditions||Provide ultra high speed internet access for tens of cameras and computers in harsh conditions|
|CPU||716 MHz, Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A7|
|Memory||512 MB DDR3|
|Extended Memory||1 × M.2 NVMe SSD Slot|
|Ethernet Ports||5 × 10/100/1000 Mbps|
|Serial Ports||1 × RS232 + 1 × RS485|
|DI/DO||1 × DI + 1 × DO|
|Antenna Connectors||3 x Cellular Connectors 1 x Cellular/GPS Connector 2 x Wi-Fi Connectors|
|Network Protocols||PPP, PPPoE, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, TCP, UDP, DHCP, RIP v1/v2, OSPF, DDNS, VRRP, HTTP, HTTPS, DNS, ARP, QoS, SNTP, Telnet, VLAN, SSH|
|AAA||RADIUS, TACACS+, LDAP, Local Authentication|
|Firewall||URL Filtering/ACL/DMZ/Port Mapping/MAC Binding/SPI/DoS Protection|
|Serial Port||Transparent (TCP Client/Server, UDP), Modbus Gateway (Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP), Modbus Master|
|Reliability||VRRP, WAN Fail-over, Dual SIM Backup|
|VPN||OpenVPN, IPsec, PPTP, L2TP, DMVPN, GRE|
|Maintenance Management||Web, CLI, SMS, Watchdog, On-demand Dial Up|
|Power Input||9 ~ 48 VDC|
|Housing & Weight||Metal, 525 g (1.16 lb)|
|Dimensions||135 × 118 × 45 mm (5.31 × 4.65 × 1.77 in)|
|Mounting||Desktop, Wall or DIN Rail Mounting|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to +70°C (-40℉ to +158℉) Reduced cellular performance above 60°C|
|Relative Humidity||0% to 95% (non-condensing) at 25°C/77℉|
|Certifications||RoHS, CE, FCC|
The R75W is easy to configure and I received good customer support. I did struggle to get my T-Mobile 5G home internet SIM to work. T-Mobile evidently associates their Sim to their crappy Nokia Gateway when it is registered so that it cannot be used on a high performance 5G modem/router. I am still trying to get my home internet SIM to work with the R75W, but that is a T-Mobile issue. I have gotten no good response from T-Mobile support as to why they limit customers to using their crappy hardware. When I used my phone SIM the R75W connected to the T-Mobile 5G network correctly.
set up in minutes and working on T mobile. Antennas give good signal strength for both Cellular and WiFi.
I managed speed of between 150 and 300 MBs
Very good router.
It’s very easy to install and use, it has its own DHCP, internal VPN settings, 2 SIM cards (I’m using with 1 ATT), has many settings to change, has WiFi. Real industrial monster. I have my own dhcp server but this modem now running as permanent service while ATT making fiber connection, and it’s running with 170 machines, DVR with 16 camera, Remote Desktop on server and off course server 24/7. Using it for few weeks, everything is good.
I bought this to give me fail-over internet connection if my WAN connection fails. It has been quite an effort to get this to work. I have TWO SIMS for ATT and T-Mobile. The documentation for configuration is very light. Yes, it has a manual, but it basically just includes pictures of all of the settings but no instruction on how to set the settings. HERE is what I figured out: 1) The only services I could get to work in USA are ATT and T-Mobile, 2) I had to get SIM cards from both service providers configured for phones and not for hotspots. At first I had T-Mobile hotspot SIM, and it would not work. I had to spend several hours on the phone with T-Mobiel to find someone that could get make the SIM work with this unit. 3) It does not appear that this unit has 2 modems ?? I think it just has 2 SIM card slots. In other words, I have not figured out how to have it fail-over from one SIM to the other. Yes, I can manually reboot the unit with SIM 1 or SIM2 having priority, but then I can't seem to switch after it's booted. Thus, I do get fail-over from WAN to either SIM 1 or SIM 2, but I can't seem to fail-over between the SIMS (I sent a tech support question on this). It also has the ability to log into a WIFI network and include that as a fail-over connection, however, I have not been able to get it to log in.
UPDATE: Been using the unit for month - it works!! Yes, it only has one modem so you basically have to decide if you wanna run SIM 1 or SIM 2. I DO have both ATT and T-Mobile cards and for my application I see which has the best service for my location - usually it's T-Mobile - and stay on that SIM. I did not really feel the fail-over worked well (fast enough), so instead of using a fail-over in this unit, I use a fail-over in my main router and this modem is the fail over - which means I sometimes lose internet and have immediate fail-over without losing service - which is important for streaming live video. The antennas this comes with don't do much. I added 3 external antennas - daily expensive ones, which I think are worth every penny. I did quote a bit of testing and found that adding more antennas just made it works better and better. 2 work better that 1 and 3 with better than 2. Using multiple antennas is often the difference between getting 2-5MBPS with included antennas vs. 15-30MBPS with quality antennas... sometimes much more.