The new R5020 5G Router from Robustel is the ideal router to use with your 5G SIM Card. In fact, for applications requiring an industrial grade, high speed, reliable and robust 5G router, the Robustel R5020 has it in spades.
With its on-board smarts, compact size and a competitive price point the R5020 is the perfect solution for customers looking to make the jump to 5G. Offering a similar form factor and feature set to Robustel’s popular R2110 series router the R5020 is also an ideal transitional product for existing Robustel customers to move from LTE to 5G.
The R5020 is powered by Robustel’s proprietary operating system RobustOS, a Linux-based OS with a clean, simple and modular user experience developed by Robustel specifically for use in Robustel devices. With additional CPU capabilities compared to traditional LTE routers the R5020 also offers the ability for customers to perform more in-depth EDGE computing tasks through writing applications using the RobustOS Software Development Kit (SDK).
With its on-board smarts, compact size and a competitive price point, the R5020 is the perfect solution for In-vehicle Applications, Fixed-Line Replacement and Failover with minimal configuration or engineering requirements. With its industrial interfaces the R5020 also opens doors for IoT applications in manufacturing, agriculture, security and smart cities that need high speed internet access.
KEY FEATURES of R5020
- Global 5G/4G/3G cellular coverage
- Supports Ethernet, Wi-fi and 4G/5G internet with WAN-failover
- Fully programmable Operating System with a well documented SDK
- Multiple industry standard VPN options available including DMVPN & IPSEC
- GNSS/GPS & ignition sensing for in-vehicle applications
- Powerful device management and monitoring functions through RCMS
- Industrial strength metal enclosure with a small footprint – DIN-rail + wall mount options
R5020 5G Router Specification
|Number of antennas||4 (ANT0 + ANT1 + ANT2 + ANT3)|
|SIM||2 (3 V & 1.8 V) Standard SIM;|
|Number of antennas||2 (ANT1 + ANT2, Multiplexing cellular antenna interface)|
|Horizontal position accuracy||< 2m|
|Number of ports||4 x 10/100/1000 Mbps, 4 LAN by default, can be configured as 1 WAN + 3 LANSupport 802.3at PD feature on ETH0 (optional)|
|Magnet isolation protection||1 KV|
|Number of antennas||2 (WiFi1 + WiFi2)|
|Standards||802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2*2 MIMO, supports AP and|
|Frequency bands||2.412 – 2.472 GHz (2.4 GHz ISM band)|
|5.15 – 5.825 GHz (5 GHz ISM band)|
|Security||WPA, WPA2, WEP|
|Encryption||AES, TKIP, WEP64|
|Data speed||5G: Up to 867Mbps2.4G: Up to 300Mbps|
|Number of ports||1 x RS-232 + 1 x RS-485|
|Connector||2 x 5-pin 3.5 mm female socket|
|ESD protection||±8 KV|
|Baud rate||300bps to 115200bps|
|Signal definition||TXD, RXD, GND (RS-232)Data+ (A), Data- (B), ground (GND) (RS-485)|
|Type||1x DI + 1 x DO, wet contact|
|Connector||2 x 5-pin 3.5 mm female socket|
|Isolation||3.75KV DC (opto-isolator)|
|Absolute maximum VDC||“V+” +30V DC (DI), +30V DC (DO)|
|Absolute maximum ADC||100 mA|
|Signal definition||IN, OUT, IGND, OGND|
|Reset button||1 x Tactile Switch|
|Expansion||1 x USB2.0 Host; 5V/500mA|
|LED indicators||1 x RUN, 1 x Modem, 1 x USR, 1 x RSSI, 1 x NET, 1 x WIFI|
|Software (Basic features of RobustOS)|
|Network protocols||PPP, PPPoE, TCP, UDP, DHCP, ICMP, NAT, HTTP, HTTPs, DNS, ARP, NTP, SMTP, Telnet, SSH2, DDNS, etc.|
|VPN tunnel||IPsec, OpenVPN, GRE|
|Firewall||DMZ, anti-DoS, Filtering (IP/Domain name/MAC address), Port Mapping, Access Control|
|Management||Web, CLI, SMS|
|Serial port||Transparent, TCP Client/Server, UDP, Modbus RTU to TCP|
|Others||Smart Reboot, Data Guard, Smart Roaming, etc.|
|Supported programming languages||C, C++, Linux Shell scripts|
|Flash available for SDK||5MB|
|RAM available for SDK||256MB|
|App Center (Available Apps for RobustOS)|
|Apps*||L2TP, PPTP, DMVPN, VRRP, QoS, SNMP, Language, RCMS, Dynamic route, Captive Portal, Modbus Master, TR069|
|*Request on demand. For more Apps please visit www.robustel.com.|
|Power Supply and Consumption|
|Connector||3-pin 3.5 mm female socket with lock|
|Input voltage||9 to 36V DC (without Ignition sensing) ;|
|10 to 30V DC (with Ignition sensing)|
|Power consumption||Idle: 500 mA@12 VData link: 1.2 A (peak) @12 V|
|Housing & Weight||Aluminum, 500 g|
|Dimension||125 x 100 x 48 mm|
|Installations||Desktop, wall mounting and DIN rail mounting|
|Operating Temperature||-25 to +70 °C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 to +85 °C|
|Relative Humidity||5 to 95% RH|
Robustel R5020 5G Router and 5G Fixed IP SIM Cards
The R5020 router is compatible with all 5G SIM Cards so you can use this router with a standard 5G Data SIM card when using it for 5G Internet, for example as an office 5G router or a 5G Backup router to provide 5G Internet in the event that a wired Internet service fails or maybe even use the R5020 router as a 5G homeworker router to provide high speed 5G Internet for homeworkers. In all these instances it is likely that you do not need remote access to your 5G router so a normal 5G SIM Card will provide an adequate 5G connectivity solution. However, if you need remote access to your 5G router then you will need to use a 5G SIM Card with a Fixed IP address which are called Fixed IP SIM Cards and in particular for a 5G SIM it would be called a 5G Fixed IP SIM Card. This is a service that provides a 5G SIM Card that connects to the 5G mobile network, but when the router is configured you enter the APN in the mobile network settings for your Fixed IP SIM provider and the router connects over the 5G network to their APN and at this point the Fixed IP SIM network provider can provide the connection with either a Public or Private IP address. In the case of a 5G Public Fixed IP SIM Card this means the router can be connected to from any device on the Internet, so your Robustel R5020 router is open to anyone on the Internet so you would need to ensure that you correctly configure the router firewall and security settings and if using port forwarding with the R5020 router then you would need to ensure that any devices on the LAN open to the internet are also correctly configured to ensure their integrity. A 5G Private Fixed IP SIM Card would give the router a Private Fixed IP address so it would not be open to the public Internet so in order to connect to your Robustel R5020 router you would need to connect your PC to your Fixed IP SIM Card providers network first of all using a VPN connection and then you would be able to access your router and connected devices.
4×4 MiMo Antennas for the Robustel R5020 5G Router.
This router is supplied with 4 x elbow joint 5G antennas with industry standard SMA antenna connectors. These are ideal if the router is installed in a location with good 5G network coverage indoors where the router is to be positioned.
However, in many circumstances, the router will be installed indoors where there may not be a good 5G signal so the installation of an outdoor 5G antenna would provide the R5020 router with a more stable and better performing 5G connection.
Ideally you should use a 4×4 MiMo 5G antenna and you can choose an omni-directional antenna or a directional 5G antenna.