Specifically designed for vehicular use, the Thuraya IP Voyager is a “Plug&Play” satellite terminal suitable for bidirectional data communication up to 444 kbps.
The terminal comprises two components: the Control Unit - Below Deck Unit (BDU) and the vehicular antenna - Above Deck Unit (ADU).
The Control Unit is installed inside the vehicle. It can be horizontally or vertically mounted. It features Wi-Fi and four Ethernet ports with PoE (Power over Ethernet), supporting up to 15 W of power for each connected device.
The satellite antenna is easily mounted on the vehicle roof, using the supplied magnetic brackets. It is characterized by an internal auto-tracking system that automatically points to the satellite.
The two components are connected by a 6-meter coaxial cable.
Thuraya IP Voyager is ideal for always remaining connected through satellite communication, even in the most remote areas, at a competitive cost in comparison to other satellite services.
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“Plug&Play” satellite terminal suitable for bidirectional data communication up to 444 kbps
|Control unit dimensions||46x281x233 mm|
|Autoaiming antenna dimensions||Ø 252 mm, h 199 mm|
|Control unit weight||2,2 Kg|
|Autoaiming antenna weight||2Kg|
|Shared Data||444/444 kbps (send/receive)|
|Streaming Data||up to 384 kbps (send/receive)|
|Data connection||4 RJ45 PoE ports|
|Wireless connection||IEE 802.11 b/g/n with WEP, WPA|
|Power supply||from 10 V to 32 V|
|Control unit working temperature||from -25 °C to 55 °C|
|Mechanical vibration||200-2000 Hz, 0.3 m²/s³, MILSpec|
|Compatibility||main Windows and MAC operating|
|Coverage area||Europa, Africa, Asia and Oceania|