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Mouser signs IoT specialist MultiTech

Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with MultiTech, a leading supplier of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and services.

As a result of this agreement Mouser is now able to offer the MultiTech product line of sensor, authentication, and communications solutions to its customers worldwide.

Among the solutions now available are:

The MultiTech SocketModem Cell - a complete, ready-to-integrate communications device that offers 4G-LTE, as well as 2G or 3G, GSM data performance. These quick-to-market communications devices allow developers to add wireless communication to products with a minimum of development time and expense. The SocketModem Cell cellular modems are based on industry-standard open interfaces and use MultiTech’s Universal Socket design, a flexible, comm-port architecture that allows engineers to use a single system design and populate it with their choice of connectivity module.

The MultiConnect microcell - a compact communications platform that provides cellular capabilities for fixed and mobile applications such as vending, smart parking, and smart inventory tracking equipment. This standalone USB-to-cellular device supports 4G-LTE Cat 4 and Cat 1 technology and is intended to provide basic cellular communication and security such as SSL/TLS 1.2 or higher.

The Conduit programmable gateway - a configurable, manageable, and scalable gateway for IIoT applications. The Conduit features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, GNSS, and two accessory card slots that enable users to plug in MultiTech mCard accessory cards supporting their preferred wired or wireless interface including LoRaWAn to connect to a wide range of assets locally to the gateway.

The MultiTech xDot - a secure, CE/FCC/RCM/GITEKI-certified, Arm Mbed programmable, low-power RF module that provides long-range, low-bit-rate M2M data connectivity to sensors, industrial equipment and remote appliances. The xDot is LoRaWAN 1.0.2 compliant, providing bi-directional data communication up to 10 miles (15 km) line-of-sight and 1 to 3 miles (2 km) in buildings, using sub-GHz ISM bands in North America, Europe, Australia (AU915), Asia Pacific (AS923), India (IN865) and Korea (KR920).

Author
Neil Tyler

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