Network Communication from Remote Locations. For use in Europe and Asia.

Don’t have an existing network connection where you need it most? The KWJ-WSN Cellular gateway allows your KWJ-WSN Wireless Sensors to communicate with the KWJ-WSN Online Wireless Sensor Monitoring and Notification System via cellular transmission. This is the perfect solution for remote locations, or where an existing internet connection is not an option.

Our new cellular gateway is an advanced all wireless M2M gateway that enables fast time-to-market solutions for a wide range of M2M applications.

The KWJ-WSN Cellular Gateway is based on the latest Quad-band GPRS/GSM wireless engine and comes integrated with KWJ’s wireless access point network (WAN) for use with all KWJ-WSN wireless sensors.

KWJ’s cellular gateway is specifically designed to respond to the increasing market need for global technology that accommodates a variety of vertical M2M application segments and remote wireless sensor management solutions.

The gateway comes pre-activated on the KWJ-WSN global cellular network, avoiding the need to negotiate with mobile carriers for a cellular service contract. Enjoy reliable, low cost cellular services developed specifically for our wireless sensor networks.

KWJ-WSN Quad Band Cellular Gateway Features

Supports multiple RF technologies including 900, 868 and 433MHz sensor solutions
True plug & play, no hassles for internet
configuration set-up
No PC required for operation
Low-cost cellular service packages
Remote software upgrade capability
Local status LEDs with transmission and
online status indicators
Watchdog function and on-line heart-beat control
Portable with battery back-up
Power saving sleep mode
Power outage notification
AC power supply
Local, audible alarm
Location parameter (cell tower triangulation)
Quad Band GSM/GPRS engine 850/900/1800/1900 MHz


Remote Location Monitoring
Agricultural Monitoring
Vacant Property Management
Vacation Home Property Management
Construction Site Monitoring
Data Center Monitoring

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