The ASE ComCenter II Outdoor is a high-quality data and voice terminal for the Iridium network, that offers excellent voice quality. It is a reliable, robust satellite communications terminal that saves time and money in materials and installation. The entire unit mounts outdoors and requires only one cable, so you are up and running in no time.
The ASE ComCenter II Outdoors features the following:
Uses the top voice quality of Iridium’s satellite network
Simple installation and setup
Cable to POTS equipment up to 3km away
No antenna cabling
IP addressable for data connects direct or using router
Built-in diagnostic tools
Rated for outdoor use.
Exclusive ASE SatChat text messaging
- Color-coded incoming and outgoing messaging
- Automatic system status messaging.
- POTS interface for extended voice links
- ASE ‘SmartDial’
- Supports pre-paid scratch & post-paid manager’s cards
Pre-assigned PIN(s) to protect post-paid usage.
- Data connectivity using Ethernet infrastructure
IP set-up utilities simplifies installation
- Real-time and historical diagnostic logs
- Exclusive ASE SatChat text messaging
- Color-coded incoming and outgoing messaging.
How it works
Bring your satellite communication indoors with the ASE ComCenter II Outdoor. The ASE ComCenter II Outdoor easily integrates into your building or vessel infrastructure using the POTS(RJ11) interface to connect to your PBX or standard analog phone. For data usage, connect to the internet or the embedded web pages using the Ethernet data port.
Installation is simple because the ASE ComCenter Outdoor has all the advanced circuitry - including the Iridium Antenna – integrated into the single-piece and requires only a single cable be run back to the control room.
For vessel or building installations, a common configuration is to install the ComCenter Outdoor outdoors with line-of-site to the satellite constellation. A single interface cable brings power, POTS and Ethernet indoors. Once indoors, standard RJ11 or CAT5 can complete the runs back to the control rooms housing the PBX and network routers.
Simple networks also can be configured with the POTS connected to an analog phone and the Ethernet connected directly to a single laptop.