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TW810: NB-IoT Modem

TW810: NB-IoT Modem

Seamlessly migration from your legacy GPRS/GSM modems to LTE CAT M1/NB1 Network


● Industrial MCU built in, rugged and reliable
● NB-IoT and EDGE/GPRS compatible
● 1-RS232, 1-RS485
● Modbus RTU, TCP/UDP, AT Command
● Up to 5 sync data center
● Wide operation voltage: 5-35VDC
● Working temperature: -35C~+75C


For more product information such as data sheets and User's Guide's, please go to the download page.


    Bivocom TW810 series LTE-M/NB-IoT modems are designed for applications require better signal and coverage, lower consumption serial modem for sending their field serial data to remote server via LTE CAT M1 and NB-IoT network, applications like smart building, HVAC, underground pipeline monitor, or moving assets management.

    Besides, it’s also a low cost and bandwidth solution to replace legacy GPRS/GSM serial modem, as we all know, GPRS/GSM network has been shut down in some regions by carriers, and more and more carriers have scheduled to shut down their GPRS/GSM network in the coming years, so Bivocom TW810 is a great fit and solution for those applications mentioned above.

    TW810 has built in independent MCU chipset, and multi-layer software detection and hardware protection mechanism to ensure reliability and stability, and RS232, RS485 easy to connect to serial port sensors, PLC, IPC and controller. 

    It supports transparent data transmission, helping you seamlessly transfer the data under MQTT*, Modbus RTU, TCP/UDP protocol to your remote server.

    It supports up to 5 sync data center, which enables you to receive the same data in different location and backup your data. 

    A powerful and ease to use config tool, allows you to choose different type of cellular network and protocols for your specific needs.


    Refunds must have:

    1. RMA before return
    2. In working and as-new condition,
    3. Within 30 days.

    Usually shipped within 72 hours or order. Shipping costs based on shipping method chosen.  All shipping costs non-refundable.

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