WLP2800

The WLP2800 is the optimal communication device in vehicles for data-intensive applications like passenger WiFi and condition monitoring. Numerous interfaces ensure excellent interaction with electronic board systems.

Equipped with up to two LTE Advanced modules the total bandwidth can be extended to the needs of the intended applications.Through a transparent tunneling of the user data, the traffic can be distributed over two network providers in order to improve throughput and availability significantly. If the connection to a network provider is impaired, the data traffic is automatically redirected via the second provider without interruption.

User data can be protected by strong cryptography accordingto the IPsec standard, whereby the router ensures the confidentiality and integrity of the data in real time with more than 500Mbit/s. With VLANs, networks are separated and dedicated communication paths are made available for different applications.Intelligent flow management monitors the connections and ensures that buffer bloats in the mobile networks are avoided and the latencies are sufficient for real-time services, even under heavy load.

The WiFi coverage within the vehicle is ensured by upto two WiFi modules of the latest IEEE 802.11ac standard with 2x2 MIMO and Beam Forming technology, that can be operated on different channels and frequency bands.

The integrated ignition sense allows the WLP2800 to remain powered on after the vehicle has stopped, so that every task can safely be completed. The time delay between ignition off and power down is configurable.

 

At a glance - important applications and features

Applications

  • Passenger WiFi
  • Condition monitoring
  • Passenger information systems
  • Digital signage
  • Ticketing
  • Driver communication
  • CCTV

Features

  • Automotive E1-Mark
  • Ignition sense
  • Conductive Cooling Conzept
  • Dual LTE Advanced
  • Quad SIM
  • Mehrere WLAN ac AP/Clients
  • 2 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • VLAN, IPsec, Firewall
  • Multipath Routing, Load Balancing
  • Quality-of-Service (QoS) for prioritizing data traffic
  • Interfaces to CAN, RS-23, RS-485, Audio Line In/Out, IBIS or GNSS
  • Configuration via Cloud-based fleet management
  • Central orchestration and efficient distribution of software updates