ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) Wireless simply means ATM broke up all packets, data, and voice streams into 48-byte chunks, adding a 5-byte routing header to each one so that they could be reassembled later.is the backbone of data transfer. Ursalink utilizes this in the new Ursalink UR32 and has the most advanced ATM for Internet failover, remote camera monitoring, digital signage updates and POS systems product on the market today. The UR32 comes with dual SIM card slots and a micro SD card slot. In having dual SIM cards you have a backup in case one carrier is down so you have a cellular failover as well as internet failover in one small but powerful package. Utilizing CAT4 technology with speeds of 150 Mbts verses CAT1 or 1M with spees up to 10Mbts makes the UR32 much faster than other routers with slower technology, With the signal strength meter on the face of the router you can adjust the antennae to get the best signal possible - NO LAPTOP NECESSARY. You can also set the UR32 to reboot automatically as many times during the day you want. Routers very rarly need to be rebooted in the first place but this eliminates the need for manual reboots. Another time saver over th competition. The micro SD card stores raw log files for diagnostic purposes. Absolutely no card data is stored. Another great feature is that you can get the basic UR32 with all of the above. The UR32 can be used for ATM's, Kiosks, Digital Signage, Internet Failover or anything that needs the internet across many sectors of industry.
The small but powerful UR32 can fit anywhere inside any ATM, Kiosk, digital signage or in your network equipment room. The small footprint doesn't detract from the product using the UR32. As far as the installation goes, It's as simple as plug and play. The Ursalink UR32 is the future of cellular connectivity used across many industries. With the reboot setting, again no need to manually reboot the router.
- Remote Data Monitor and Control
- CCTV, security surveillance
- Water, gas and oil flow metering and schedule
- AMR (automatic meter reading)
- Power station monitoring and control
- Remote POS (point of sale) terminals, ATM,
- Traffic signals monitor and control, Traffic info guidance
- Oil field, weather forecast, environmental protection, street lamp monitoring and control
- Fleet management
- Weather station data transmission
- Vending machine
- Telemetry, SCADA
The UR32 can be used with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon coming soon where with other products you may be stuck with one carrier. In fact, since AT&T and T-Mobile run on the same frequency they are the perfect match for cellular failover.
With the Ursalink UR32, the router will check the signal status by the schedule set within the router interface, which is the UR32 router self healing but with streamlined functionality. The Ursalink UR32 has an additional feature that is called link failover. This directs the router to ping If the links and still can't connect to the network then the command is sent to the router to reboot.
When we started working with the developers we had some requirements from years of using other products. Dual SIM was the number one requirement. The second one was to have an automatic reboot at a scheduled day and time or multiple days and times. We can configure this for you before they ship out! Manual reboting the router is now a thing of the past with the reboot setting built into the router. You can still reboot the router remotely by using our online system. The micro SD is a nice feature for diagnostic purposes but so far there have been no diagnostic issues.
As of now Verizon is a stand alone carrier and can't be used with AT&T or T-Mobile with the current UR32. We will have the AT&T and Verizon option available soon.