High Efficiency, all-IP terminal for satellite and cellular connectivity
For mobile, land and maritime packet data network applications requiring high-quality coverage across satellite and cellular networks, the Hughes 4510 is an affordable solution that delivers ‘always-on’, hybrid connectivity.
The low standby power consumption of the Hughes 4510 terminal makes it possible to provide ubiquitous IP connectivity to sites that are otherwise off the grid and is well-suited for power challenged locations that rely upon solar-battery arrays with limited power budgets.
Dynamically routing IP traffic between terrestrial and satellite networks based upon path availability, the Hughes 4510 S-band terminal provides end-to-end connectivity ideal for a wide range of industrial IOT applications, including connected vehicles, industrial, fisheries, resource extraction, environmental monitoring, and Smart-Grid monitoring.
The Hughes 4510 terminal can be installed with ease, with just a single unit connected to one power and Ethernet cable. It is environmentally sealed for long-term outdoor use on fixed or moving locations, including vehicles and offshore vessels.
S-band satellite operation with data rates up to 200 kbps forward and 150 kbps return
Omnidirectional satellite antenna allowing mobile communications with no moving parts
Global LTE CAT-1 operation enabled by either an embedded-SIM (eSIM) or a replaceable 2FF SIM
Integrated cellular antenna
Integrated connection watchdog to ensure “always-on” network connectivity, with no manual intervention required to recover from an outage
Supports remote terminal management and firmware upgrades
Auto-on and auto-context activation automatically restores power and connection following any network issues or total loss of power
Low power consumption Transmit: < 16 W (SAT only); < 6 W (CELL only); < 20 W (SAT & CELL)
Receive: < 10 W
Idle (SAT only): < 1.3 W
Idle (SAT & CELL): < 3 W
Off (Remote switch control): < 10 mW
Simple installation: no PC required
Terminal can be vehicle-, pole-, or mag-mounted
Weatherproof (IP-67) enclosure
Built-in GNSS receiver
Nominal 12V power input voltage; power supply must be able to handle 3.5A peak current