Dual-Cellular Connectivity, No Expensive RF Cable, Zero Cable Loss
The HD2 Dome provides dual-cellular Bandwidth Bonding in an IP67 enclosure that has a minimal profile on the rooftop while providing maximum signal. With redundant SIM, the HD2 Dome supports two cellular radios and four SIM cards. Combine the HD2 Dome with the SIM Injector, and the number of cards increases to twelve.
Minimum Cable Loss, Best
Cellular Signal Quality
Most outdoor deployments require a centrally
placed router attached to strategically placed antennas. With the HD2 Dome, the antennas are placed in the same integrated enclosure as the cellular radios. This arrangement minimizes cable loss, giving you the best signal possible.
Simple Installation Running a
Single Ethernet Cable
The HD2 Dome has a M35 screw mount, and only requires a single Ethernet cable to install. For wall or pole mounted deployments, the HD2 Dome comes with an Ethernet splitter and a mounting rack that provides a multitude of installation options.
Choose Between 8 Additional SIM
With the SIM Injector. Anywhere,
With the addition of the SIM Injector, the HD2 Dome can support up to 12 SIM at your fingertips. Simply connect an Ethernet cable
between the SIM Injector and the HD2 Dome. The SIM Injector is capable of PoE output, so you don’t need to add another PoE switch to your deployment.
Dual-Cellular SpeedFusion, Optimal Reception Using Only One Ethernet Cable
Form SpeedFusion Connections With 2x Cellular WAN
Convenient M35 Screw Mount for Rooftops
SIM Injector: Supports 8x SIM, Choose the SIM Card to Use For Each Cellular Radio. Change anytime from the driver’s seat.
The HD2 Dome is the perfect fit for providing SpeedFusion SD-WAN to vehicular deployments. It combines the bandwidth from two cellular links for unbreakable cellular connectivity. The M35 screw bottom makes the device easy to secure onto any rooftop. The HD2 Dome installs with just single cable, keeping your deployment clean and simple. In addition, the HD2 houses the radio and the cellular antennas within the same enclosure, ensuring minimal cable loss, and maximum signal quality. By adding the optional SIM Injector, the HD2 Dome becomes that much more convenient to use. Firstly, the router will be able to support an additional 8 SIM cards, upping the total number of carriers on standby to 12. More importantly the SIM Injector can be located somewhere convenient, so you can change your SIM cards without leaving the driver’s seat.
SpeedFusion SD-WAN for Any Remote Site
Use the SIM Injector to change an additional 8 cards effortlessly.
The HD2 Dome uses SpeedFusion SD-WAN to combine the bandwidth of two cellular links, providing unbreakable connectivity to any branch office or temporary site. It comes with an wide range of mounting options for any installation. For pole-mounted or rooftop installations, the HD2 Dome has a M35 screw bottom that can be used to screw the device onto a pole, or to secure it on a rooftop. For wall-mounted or pole-tied deployments, the HD2 Dome comes with an Ethernet splitter and a mounting bracket. With the bracket, the HD2 Dome can be fixed onto a wall using the screw mounts, or tied into place on the side of a pole. With the optional SIM Injector, the HD2 Dome can support a total of 12 SIM cards, ensuring that any datastreams carrying important VoIP and ERP related traffic remain unbreakable. The SIM Injector can be deployed to up 100 meters away from the HD2 Dome, enabling you to place the router at the point of best possible reception without worrying about climbing up to swap SIM cards.
Form SpeedFusion Connections With 2x Cellular WAN
Up to 100m range between HD2 Dome and SIM Injector
Minimum Distance Between Antennas and Cellular Radio
Use the SIM Injector to Change SIM Cards Without Climbing the Mast
HD2 Dome: Dual-Cellular SpeedFusion SD-Wan for Any Outdoor Installation.
The HD2 Dome combines the bandwidth of two cellular links to provide unbreakable connectivity wherever your ship takes you. It has multiple mounting options to make installation easy: For rooftop/poletop installations, the router has a M35 threaded screw mount. The HD2 Dome also has a mounting bracket for mounting on walls or tying to poles. The HD2 Dome installs with just single cable, keeping your deployment clean and simple. In addition, the HD2 houses the radio and the cellular antennas within the same enclosure, ensuring minimal cable loss, and maximum signal quality.
SIM Injector: Optimum Reception, 8x SIM Support,
EasySIM Swapping, Have it All.
Installations often require a trade-off between reception and convenience. The SIM Injector lets you have it both ways by separating the SIM Card and the cellular router by up to 100 meters. What’s more, the SIM Injector provides an additional 8 SIM cards to use with your HD2 Dome so you use SIM cards from all the countries along your route.
Achieving SpeedFusion SD-WAN between different countries has never been easier.
Multiple Mounting Options
The HD2 Dome offers significant deployment flexibility due to its modular construction. By itself, it has an M35 thread, making it easy to mount on top of any pole or on the rooftop of any vehicle.
The HD2 Dome comes with an Ethernet splitter that enables an additional GE LAN output. With the splitter installed, the HD2 Dome can then be used with the included mounting bracket to fix onto any wall, or to securely tie onto any pole.
The HD2 Dome, Ethernet splitter, and the mounting bracket are all included, so you can deploy this device just about anywhere.
SIM Injector –
More SIM, More Range
Using the SIM injector, you can add an additional eight SIM cards to your deployment. What’s more, these SIM cards can be located separately from the router.
This means you could mount the HD2 Dome outdoors in a high up place, while comfortably managing your SIM cards from an indoor location or from ground level. In addition, the SIM Injector also works as a PoE switch, powering up the HD2 Dome directly.
Together, the HD2 Dome and SIM Injector can make deployments significantly easier to set up and manage.
MAX HD2 Dome with SIM Injector | Quick start guide