Keep your IoT and M2M devices connected
The IR302 CAT1 router is great for IoT devices and machine-to-machine hardware like ATMs, kiosks, and access control. It has an up-speed of up to 10Mbps and keeps all your unmanned devices online easily without any upkeep or input from you.
Better Power Usage and Remote Access
The InHand IR302 CAT1 router offers power saving as well as remote access, making it perfect for unmanned stations. Good power saving means that the router’s batteries last longer. Control your device from anywhere with the InHand Device Management app on your mobile phone.
The IR302 Cellular Router uses 4G LTE, WiFi, and VPN for a stable, always-on connection even in remote areas. It works with AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile. The InHand IR320 CAT1 router has two SIM slots. This allows the use of two SIM cards, each from a different carrier. If the signal is lost on one card, the device automatically uses the SIM card that has the best signal.
Compact and Durable
The IR302 can be installed almost everywhere. It is small and lightweight, allowing for rail or panel mounting. It can be used in temperatures as low as -20°C and as high as 70°C (-4°F and as high as 158°F).
Simple, Reliable and Secure
The IR302 CAT1 router is easy to use. Simply plug and play, and it will run unattended. It can be mass deployed thanks to its small size and mounting options. All units can be viewed and controlled with the InHand Device app. The CAT 1 IR302 router uses an encrypted VPN, firewall, and multi-level authorization controls to ensure your data’s security.
Fan-less cooling, low electromagnetic levels, and vibration resistance ensure constant up-time. The router is water and weatherproof. The IR302 CAT1 router can achieve speeds of up to 10 Mbps download and 5Mbps upload*
*Data speeds depend on your carrier and cellular signal strength.
The IR302 CAT1 features two 10/100 Ethernet ports, dual-SIM, and a 2.4 GHz WiFi connection. Dual SIM technology means that the router will automatically scan both SIM cards, and use the one with the strongest signal. It also has auto recover mode meaning that it will reboot itself should there be a malfunction. This ensures little to no downtime on your devices or machines.
Included in your kit is everything that you need to get connected. Two cellular antennas for a basic MIMO configuration, 1 Ethernet cable, and 1 WiFi antenna to broadcast quality signal. Under perfect conditions, the IR302 can achieve data speeds up to 10 Mbps. Though, real-world data speeds will vary depending on your carrier and signal strength.
- Speeds up to 10 Mbps
- 2.4 GHz WiFi connection
- For commercial IoT, machine-to-machine applications, fleet vehicles and RVs
- Works with AT&T, Verizon Wireless, & T-Mobile
- Free management platform
- All parts included for easy set up
The InHand IR320 CAT1 Router works by broadcasting existing outside cell signals.
- The built-in antenna receives a cell signal from a tower
- The router then broadcasts the signal via radio waves to your IoT or machine-2-machine devices
- Unmanned machines and devices
- IoT devices
- Kiosks, ATM's, access control units etc
|InRouter 302 Hardware Specifications|
|Ethernet Port||2* 10/100Mbps fast Ethernet port, LAN/WAN port 1.5KV network isolation transformer protection Note: IR301-FQ02(- -W) has one port only|
|Serial Port||IR301 has 2 serial ports. 1*RS-232 and 1*RS-485 in RJ45 form. IR302 has no serial port.|
|Power Supply||DC9- -36V, over-current protection, anti-reverse connection, 2 PIN industrial terminal block|
|Reset Button||Pinhole reset button|
|SIM Card||Dual drawer-type SIM card slots. 2FF SIM|
|Wi-Fi (Optional)||IEEE 802.1 1b/g/n, 150Mbps|
|Antenna Connector||3G/4G: SMA x 1 Wi-Fi: RP-SMA x 1 Note: North America models (FQ38, FQ33) have 2 x SMA 4G antennas. IR301-FQ02(-W) has only 1 SMA 4G cellular antenna|
|Installation Method||Panel mounting, rail mounting|
|Wi-Fi Transmit Power|
|Transmit Power||802.11b: 16dBm +/-2dBm (11Mbps) 802.11g: 16dBm +/-2dBm (54Mbps) firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz: 16dBm +/-2dBm (HT20 MCS7) email@example.comGHz: 16dBm +/-2dBm (HT40 MCS7)|
|Storage Temperature||-40 ~ 85℃|
|Operating Temperature||-20 ~ 70℃|
|Ambient Humidity||5 ~ 95% (non-condensing)|
|LED||Power, Status, Cellular, Wi-Fi, cellular Signal|
|Static||EN61000-4-2, level 2|
|Radiation Electric Field||EN61000-4-3, level 2|
|Pulsed Electric Field||EN61000-4-4,level 2|
|Conducted Disturbance Immunity||EN61000-4-6, level 2|
|Shock Wave Resistance||EN61000-4-12, level 2|
|Power Frequency Magnetic Field Resistance||EN61000-4- -8, horizontal Ivertical 400A/m (>level 2)|
|CE, FCC, PTCRB, IC, Verizon, AT&T|
|InRouter302 Software Specifications|
|Network Access||APN, VPDN, PrivateNetwork|
|WAN Protocol||PPP, PPPoE, DHCP|
|Network Type||GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSPA+/EVDO/TD-SCDMA, TDD LTE/ FDD LTE (Please refer to the Ordering Guide for frequencies.)|
|IP Application||Ping, Route Trace, DHCP Server, DHCP Relay, DHCP Client, DNS relay, DDNS, Telnet, SSH|
|IP Routing||Static routing, Dynamic routing|
|NAT||Supports network address|
|Network Security||Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DoS attack defense; Multicast filter/Ping probe packet, Access Control List ACL); Content URL filter, port mapping, virtual IP mapping, IP/MAC binding|
|Data Security||Supports PPTP, L2TP, GRE, IPSEC VPN (IKEv1, IKEv2), OpenVPN protocols Supports CA digital certificate|
|Reliability||VRRP hot backup|
|Link detection||Sends heartbeat packets to detect, auto redials when disconnected|
|Dual SIM Failover||Device runs self - detection, auto recovers from malfunctions|
|Rate||Up to 150Mbps|
|Mode||AP, STA and WDS modes|
|Security||Open system, shared key, WPA/WPA2 certification WEP/TKIP/AES encryption|
|Transmission Distance||100 meters by line of sight (Actual transmission distance depends on environment of the site.)|
|QoS Management||Bandwidth limit,IP speed limit|
|Configuration||Telnet, web, ssh, and console|
|Upgrade Method||Web, Device Manager|
|Logs||Local system logs, remote logs, and serial export of logs. Power down saving of important logs.|
|SMS Functions||Status query, configuration, restart|
|Dial-on-demand||Dial-on-demand, data / SMS activation|
|Network Management||Supports InHand DeviceManager, batch management|
|SNMP||SNMP v1/v2c/v3҅support SNMP TRAP|
|Traffic Management||Supports data traffic threshold, traffic statistics and traffic alarm|
|Alarms||System restart alarm, LAN port online/offline alarm, data traffic alarm, SIM card failure alarm, etc.|
|Maintenance Tools||Ping, route tracking, network speed test|
|Status Query||System status, modem status, network connection status, and routing status|
- Insert SIM card into the slot labelled "SIM".
- Connect the power adapter.
- Search for and connect your device to the InHand WiFi using its unique wireless name and WiFi password. These can be found on the device's label.
Frequently Asked Questions
The IR302 CAT1 router is compact, powerful and affordable. It can be used to run your IoT or machine-2-machine devices in any condition, for months at a time with no input needed from you.
Yes, you will need a data plan along with a SIM card. This is how the IR302 connects to the internet. The device supports AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon. The router will create a cellular “hotspot” to power all connected devices in the area with a cellular signal.
No, the IR302 will work with one SIM card. Two cards allow the device to switch between carriers and automatically choose the strongest signal.
No. The platform is 100% free for the life of the product.
Yes. The InRouter302 features encrypted VPN, firewall protection, and multi-level authorization control to protect the network against external attacks.
Yes. The IR302 can be both rail or panel mounted and is weatherproof. It is easy to connect to the internet using the InHand manual.