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SAFARI and SAFARI 10 Land Vehicular BGAN Terminal

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Vehicle Satellite Terminals


The SAFARI™ and SAFARI™ 10 Extended L-band BGAN Terminals operating on the Inmarsat BGAN Satellite Network are compliant with Inmarsat Land Vehicular class-11 (with low gain Antenna Unit) and class-10 (with high gain Antenna Unit) respectively. Both of the units have one of the highest dynamic turning rate Land Vehicular BGAN antennas in the market with a turning rate of 60° per second (full circle in 6 seconds). The complete system consists of three fully integrated units — an IP44 rated in-vehicle Transceiver Unit (TU) with built-in Wi-Fi, an IP66 rated Handset and an IP56 rated roof mounted Antenna Unit (AU). Both C11 and C10 Antenna Units are compact and lightweight, ideal for vehicles on-the-move. It has been designed for the most demanding environments — and is easy to transport when traveling to various locations around the world. Both Antenna units are designed to withstand wind loading of up to 210 km/hour (130mph) with the included magnetic mounting kit. The SAFARI™ and the SAFARI™10 Land Vehicular BGAN Terminals offer the user standard voice (4kbps AMBE+2), 3.1 KHz high quality voice/ fax and Streaming IP (up to 128kbps for the SAFARI™ and up to 256kbps for the SAFARI™ 10) and Standard IP data connection service (up to 448/464 kbps send/receive for the SAFARITM and up to 492kbps send/receive for the SAFARI™ 10) for various applications, including internet browsing, email and file transfer functions. Both terminals allow simultaneous use of all services including voice/fax, data and bonded multiple SMS messages. Physical interfaces include: 2 x RJ-11 for Voice and Fax, 2 x RJ45 for Ethernet LAN connections, a RS232 port for GPS output and 4 x GPIOs, for external control or indications.       Special Features ● Firewall (full-featured) ● Fleet Tracking Capability - with GeoFencing, up to 10 polygon areas can be configured ● Wi-Fi Access Point (802.11b/g) ● Push-To-Talk (PTT) ● Forced Dialing - SAC Configuration Control ● Restricted Dialing (for authorised calling) ● Handset call priority (allows Handset to pre-empt other active voice/fax calls) ● Remote Access (for Configuration and Diagnostics) ● Backup/Restore of Configuration Settings ● RF Transmitter ON/OFF Remote Control via GPIO (Radio Silence) ● SIM Lock based on IMSI/DP Code/SP Code/APN ● Time/Volume limited data sessions (to avoid bill shock) ● Multilingual WebConsole (English, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Dutch and Japanese) ● Multi-User WebConsole with configurable access rights ● MAC Filtering (for authorised access control) ● PPPoE ● Router Functions: DHCP, NAT, NAPT (Port Forwarding) ● Hands Free Operation ● Remote Management (using SMS/AT Commands) ● IP Watchdog (for failsafe operation) ● External Ringer Control ● Supports 11 PDP Contexts simultaneously ● Extended L-band support ● Garage Mode (to reduce wear & tear of the moving parts in the Antenna Unit)  

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Questions and Answers

The SAFARI™ and SAFARI™ 10 Extended L-band BGAN Terminals operating on the Inmarsat BGAN Satellite Network are compliant with Inmarsat Land Vehicular class-11 (with low gain Antenna Unit) and class-10 (with high gain Antenna Unit) respectively. Both of the units have one of the highest dynamic turning rate Land Vehicular BGAN antennas in the market with a turning rate of 60° per second (full circle in 6 seconds). The complete system consists of three fully integrated units — an IP44 rated in-vehicle Transceiver Unit (TU) with built-in Wi-Fi, an IP66 rated Handset and an IP56 rated roof mounted Antenna Unit (AU). Both C11 and C10 Antenna Units are compact and lightweight, ideal for vehicles on-the-move. It has been designed for the most demanding environments — and is easy to transport when traveling to various locations around the world. Both Antenna units are designed to withstand wind loading of up to 210 km/hour (130mph) with the included magnetic mounting kit.
The SAFARI™ and the SAFARI™10 Land Vehicular BGAN Terminals offer the user standard voice (4kbps AMBE+2), 3.1 KHz high quality voice/ fax and Streaming IP (up to 128kbps for the SAFARI™ and up to 256kbps for the SAFARI™ 10) and Standard IP data connection service (up to 448/464 kbps send/receive for the SAFARITM and up to 492kbps send/receive for the SAFARI™ 10) for various applications, including internet browsing, email and file transfer functions.
Both terminals allow simultaneous use of all services including voice/fax, data and bonded multiple SMS messages. Physical interfaces include: 2 x RJ-11 for Voice and Fax, 2 x RJ45 for Ethernet LAN connections, a RS232 port for GPS output and 4 x GPIOs, for external control or indications.
 
 
 
Special Features
● Firewall (full-featured)
● Fleet Tracking Capability - with GeoFencing, up to 10 polygon areas can be configured
● Wi-Fi Access Point (802.11b/g)
● Push-To-Talk (PTT)
● Forced Dialing - SAC Configuration Control
● Restricted Dialing (for authorised calling)
● Handset call priority (allows Handset to pre-empt other active voice/fax calls)
● Remote Access (for Configuration and Diagnostics)
● Backup/Restore of Configuration Settings
● RF Transmitter ON/OFF Remote Control via GPIO (Radio Silence)
● SIM Lock based on IMSI/DP Code/SP Code/APN
● Time/Volume limited data sessions (to avoid bill shock)
● Multilingual WebConsole (English, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Dutch and Japanese)
● Multi-User WebConsole with configurable access rights
● MAC Filtering (for authorised access control)
● PPPoE
● Router Functions: DHCP, NAT, NAPT (Port Forwarding)
● Hands Free Operation
● Remote Management (using SMS/AT Commands)
● IP Watchdog (for failsafe operation)
● External Ringer Control
● Supports 11 PDP Contexts simultaneously
● Extended L-band support
● Garage Mode (to reduce wear & tear of the moving parts in the Antenna Unit)
 

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