New variant of award-winning router for security applications unveiled by CSL

CSL has announced the arrival of a new variant of its award-winning CSL Router. This new variant is supplied with two network diverse 4G WorldSIMs: one active and one on standby for total resilience. The CSL Router has been used in over 4,000 installations since its launch in 2018, providing instant connectivity for CCTV, HVAC, EAS, access control, payment terminals and much more.

The range now includes single and dual SIM options. Both send data via 4G, providing an instant and encrypted connection to the Internet on sites where wired broadband is unavailable, impractical or slow.

On both the single and dual SIM variants, a single static IP address allows remote access into the system without interfering with any IT infrastructure.

CSL’s sales director Rob Evans stated: “We have an ongoing commitment to provide security installers and their end users with reliable solutions boasting ever-enhanced resilience. The CSL Router with Dual 4G WorldSIM meets that desire. We’ve already had some great feedback following successful trials of the product.”

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