SABRE Ranger 5000

Ruggedized BGAN/M2M for Remote SCADA Applications

The SABRE Ranger 5000 is a compact all-IP M2M satellite terminal, built to provide reliable & secure IP data connection with a ruggedized  IP66 rated design for all weather conditions. The kit inculdes the stainless stell mounting bracket, easy set up with effortless antenna pointing. 

The Ranger 5000 comes with a host of legacy device interfaces, continue your operations by bringing legacy and new equipment together on the same network. The RS485 Modbus interface supports direct connection of multiple sensors without the need of using a separate Remote Terminal Unit (RTU). Ultra-low idle power consumption allows use of small solar panels to power up, the perfect end-to-end IP connectivity for sites that are off-grid.

This terminal is fully compatible with Voltron which allows the user to graphically view the location of the terminal and the terminal status. The PDP context can be activated or deactivated remotely via SMS; in times when users need to reboot the terminal, the rebooting process can also be initiated via SMS; the terminal can be configured remotely using SMS commands; and logs can be retrieved remotely for debugging. 

Remote configuration and debugging

Built-in GPIOs, RS232 & ethernet ports

24/7 Always-On capability

Ultra-low idle power consumption

Single unit with integrated antenna (all-in-one)

Operates over Inmarsat's reliable BGAN M2M service

 

The Ranger 5000 Applications

Utilities

  • Recloser control
  • Transformer monitoring
  • Distribution automation
  • Solar & wind monitoring
  • Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI)
  • Hydro power-capacity planning
  • Sub-station monitoring

Oil and Gas

  • Pipeline monitoring
  • Flow measurement
  • Wellsite monitoring & control                        

    Mining

    • Asset tracking
    • Geo fencing
    • Remote automation & control

    Environmental/Agriculture

    • Water management and flood warning
    • Earthquake warning
    • Tsunami monitoring
    • Smart Farming
    • Weather monitoring