Teltonika presents the new FMCYX devices with 4G LTE Cat. 1 and fallback to 3G, 2G networks.
In countries all around the world operators act different: some discontinue to supporting 2G, others are closing 3G networks or investing in 4G network coverage spreading. It is difficult to choose and predict which devices will be suitable in regions with different networks. Teltonika has a solution.
They developed and released the new FMC1YX devices named FMC125 and FMC130. The new models do not only fulfill the growing need for 4G LTE Cat. 1 network tracking systems, but also provide 3G (UMTS) and 2G (GSM) fallback. This is to support a continuous connection where the 4G (LTE Cat 1) network is not available. Stability and continuous technology support of all networks is very important for the daily telematics business, for instance.
- FMC1YX series devices with different modules provide support for all networks (4G, 3G, 2G).
- The FMC1YX devices are based on the FMB platform with useful features and accessories.
- FMC1YX devices retain the same connector type and dimensions as the FMB1 family devices. That saves time when switching to new devices.
In some countries, 2G or 3G networks will soon not be supported anymore because of investments into fast growing networks (e.g. 4G). This includes the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Australia. The new FMC1YX devices will support all networks connectivity for all regions with various modules.