Cellferno M600 3G / 4G CAT6 Outdoor Cellular Router
Cellferno M600 – Outdoor LTE CPE for Super Fast Mobile Internet
Get fast mobile internet using the M600 series Outdoor LTE CPE. Created with speed and quality in mind, this outdoor CPE incorporates the latest Sierra Wireless 4G module and an advanced MIMO antenna system integrated with a waterproof casing.
- Cat 6 – Speeds up to 300Mbps
- 2 Band Carrier Aggregation
- LTE: 700/850/1800/2100/2300/2600 + more
- WCDMA: 850/900/2100 + more
The M series aims to bring reliable internet to residential, business, industrial, or IoT applications where cable-based internet is not available, or speed is lacking.
The M600 is equipped with Cat 6 2×2 MIMO technology. When this advanced technology is combined with the CPE’s built-in high gain antennas and mounted on top of a building, the M series is the best in its class for internet speeds.
Being able to stand up to harsh Australian conditions was at the front of mind when this product was designed, operating in temperatures up to 65°C, rugged stainless steel mount, IP67 protection and an in-built heater for clearing ice makes the M Series perfect for mission-critical applications.
Note: Grounded Data Cable for connection sold separately
The Cellferno supplies data via a Cat 5/6 Data Cable (see above). If you want Wi-Fi Connectivity throughout your building simply plug your Cellferno Cable in to the REYEE Dual Band Wi-Fi Router / Access Point. For larger premises these can be run in "MESH" mode reducing the need for data cabling.
Thanks to the team at Boosters for mobiles. You have been great at guiding me to the right solution and helping setup properly. I was struggling with a satellite NBN connection, which was terrible. Lag meant video calls were a nightmare. BFM team put me onto the Cellferno M600. I've linked this with a std Telstra sim and have had great success. Especially important during covid lockdowns while my wife and I work at home. Would recommend this product based on my experience. Good speed, easy to set up if you are reasonably tech savvy and can follow an instruction book. Make sure to get BFM team to give you info on where to locate and in which direction to point it. Thanks Jack.