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GL.iNet 4G Smart Router, EMEA Version, OpenWrt, 5000mAh battery, OpenVPN client, EC25-E LTE module, a router that you can program

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GL.iNet 4G Smart router is an industrial grade mobile router for 4G LTE to Wi-Fi solution. It is powered by Atheros AR9331 chipset and equipped with EC25-E LTE module.

4G LTE to Wi-Fi Converter:

The router can share a 4G mobile broadband Internet connection from a micro SIM card and create an up to 150Mbps Wi-Fi network. By separating modem and CPU and using Industrial grade modules, this router brings you security with best performance.

Supported frequency bands:
FDD LTE: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20
TDD LTE: B38/B40/B41
WCDMA: B1/B5/B8
GSM: 900/1800MHz

Larger Storage and Extendibility:

The router is with storages of 64MB RAM and 16MB Flash, which can be further extended using the external MicroSD slot and USB sticks. There are 2 Ethernet ports. It is an ideal portable gateway for IoT development.

Portable Travel Mate:

The router is lightweight and portable. With 5000mAh embedded lithium-polymer battery, it supports 8 hours long working duration. It is well designed to fulfill your internet access need during your trip. Its working tempreature is from 0 - 45 degrees Celsius.

Open Source and Programmable:

OpenWRT is pre-installed and backed with a repository of 4000+ software packages. It is also Pre-installed with an OpenVPN client which works with 20+ VPN service providers.

For more details, please check our online docs at http://www.gl-inet.com/docs

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