IoT Module Scores Category M1 Certification

Telit reveals that its ME910C1-K1 LTE module has received LTE Category M1 certification from SK Telecom. Featuring optimized power consumption and enhanced coverage for deployment including deep inside buildings, the ME910C1-K1 gives Korean enterprises, smart cities, and other organizations a powerful new option for leveraging SK Telecom's Mobile IoT network.

 

With support for 375 kb/s uplink and 300 kb/s downlink, the ME910C1 series enables a wide variety of fixed and mobile IoT applications, including smart metering, security/ surveillance, point-of-sale terminals, fleet management and asset tracking.  Power saving modes and extended discontinuous reception make the ME910C1 ideal for IoT applications that require long battery life such as water and gas meters, health and wellness monitors. The ME910C1 also provides reliable connections even when IoT devices are deep inside buildings or in underground garages and parking. The ME910C1 is available in versions for use in Japan, Europe, Australia, North America, as well as, a global variant for worldwide deployments.

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As a member of Telit's best-selling xE910 family, the ME910C1 series can be applied as a drop-in replacement in existing devices based on the family's modules for 2G, 3G and the various categories of LTE. With Telit's design-once-use-anywhere philosophy, developers can cut costs and development time by simply designing for the xE910 LGA common form factors, giving them the freedom to deploy technologies best suited for the application's environment. For more information, checkout some NB-IoT Modules.

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