MegaFixed prepares your environment by delivering superior range, coverage, penetration, and capacity of any device available for use on FirstNet. MegaFixed includes the Assured Wireless AW12 High Power User Equipment (HPUE) modem and the AW12-EI, Ethernet Injector, bringing the power and device management capability needed by today’s sophisticated users.
The AW12 HPUE device is FirstNet Ready™ and meets all 3GPP and FCC requirements as both a Power Class 1 (HPUE) device on LTE Band 14 and as a Power Class 3 (standard power) device on all other AT&T bands. The AW12-EI is a router and power conditioner providing seamless integration to the PC or WAN port of standard Ethernet-connected routers, gateways, and switches.
A ruggedized mounting plate is available to mount the AW12-EI side-by-side with the AW12.
|Conversion||USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet|
|Compatibility||AW12 USB and power ports|
|Network management||Remote provisioning, subscription management, Assured cloud data analytics|
|Operation||With Ethernet routers, gateways and switches|
|Modes||Ignition, sleep-sensing, and sleep|
|Multicolor LED indicators||Sleep, awake/WAN connected, awake/WAN connection problem|
|Power||IEEE 802.3at Type 2 PoE from router/gateway, or 9-36 VDC vehicular power with transient protection|
|Operating temperature||-30°C to +65°C (-22°F to +149°F)|
|Storage temperature||-40°C to +90°C (-40°F to +194°F)|
|Operating humidity||(non-condensing) 0 to 95%|
|Shock, vibration, thermal shock||MIL-STD-810G|
|Dimensions||3.78″ x 4.02″ x 0.92″ (96mm x 102mm x 23.3mm)|
|Weight||5 oz (140g)|
What is the AW12-EI?
The AW12-EI is a companion product that provides an ethernet port and power conditioning to the AW12 device.
What kind of Ethernet connection does the AW12-EI provide?
The AW12-EI provides a high speed (Gigabit) Ethernet connection to the associated router, switch or other connected network device using a standard RJ-45 connector. It is also capable of PoE (Power over Ethernet) capability (see below).
What is the operating voltage range of the AW12-EI?
The AW12-EI has an extended DC input voltage range of 9 to 36 VDC providing protection from vehicular voltage transients. In addition, the AW12-EI also has the capability to accept operating power from PoE (Power over Ethernet) sources.
What are the PoE requirements of the AW12-EI?
When PoE operation of the AW12-EI is needed, care must be taken to assure that the power source meets IEEE 802.3at Type-2 PoE specifications, also known as PoE+. This ensures the connected PoE device has sufficient capability to provide the necessary DC power (up to 25 Watts) for full HPUE operation of the associated AW12.
What do the led status colors on the AW12-EI mean?
The multi-color LED on the AW12-EI provides invaluable data on the connection status of the associated AW-12 HPUE Modem:
Blue = Initialization
Flashing Red = Data connection error. Check that a properly provisioned SIM has been inserted.
Solid Red = No SIM is installed
Flashing Green = Connecting
Solid Green = Attached to the network
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