3G Signal Test set3G/GPRS/GSM Signal Strength Tester operating on 850/900/1800/1900/2100 Mhz frequencies.
Popular as a test tool for installers and engineers working with industrial, cellular enabled equipment, TS_BM_0325 operates out of the box enabling users to find the optimum network or antenna site for installing their equipment.TS_BM_0325 operates with or without a SIM card fitted, allowing users either to search for the best network signal without a SIM card, or to locate a particular network, or carry out a GPRS data test.Features
Operational on 2.1GHz networks - Detects European 3.5G & 3G UMTS networks
Operational on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz networks 9 (Quadband)
Allows detailed interrogation of cellsites i.e frequency, network operator, cell ID, signal strength in 3 formats
Simple menu command structure and easy to follow instructions
Easy to read 1.75 inch display
Multi language menu
Supplied with ruggedised sleeve, detachable antenna, mains power supply and full documentation
Supplied with 5 metres of cable and SMA male connector.The AE.PARED_B12 enclosed 12dBi YAGI is a rugged wall mounted GSM / GPRS / 3G/ 4G Antenna, is specifically designed for use in remote areas with poor signal coverage and where a directional link to a single transmission station is desired.The AE.PARED_B12 is an enclosed YAGI, is suitable for LTE/4G networks to 2.6GHz, is constructed using UV resistant ABS and is supplied with an adjustable white epoxy resin coated metalic wall mounting bracket. An SMA Female connector is sited directly at the base of the antenna.
Supplied with 1/4 wave rubber antenna.The STD32 can easily be used as an alarm system, to open garage doors, for fluid level control, temperature control, or to receive pictures in alarm situations,or on request. STD32 is the perfect device for remote monitoring and remote switching via your mobile phone or internet.Additionally the STD32 now also offers a camera interface (accessory part). With the help of the Telic Camera (accessory) you can get digital pictures via e-mail, in alarm situations, or on request. Alternatively you can always retrieve a picture via the webinterface. To be able to use the E-mail functionality your SIM Card needs to have a GPRS subscription. To use the webbrowser functionality the SIM Card needs to have a fixed IP address. .