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Hughes 9202 BGAN Terminal

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Hughes 9202 BGAN Terminal

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The reliable and lightweight Hughes 9202 Land Portable Terminal boasts a compact and sleek design. A budget-friendly and highly attractive class 2 portable terminal, the Hughes 9202 is ideal for governments and NGOs, first responders, public safety and mobile health care workers, and remote personnel in industries such as utility, oil and gas, forestry, cable, and telecommunications.





Satellite TX Frequency 1626.5–1660.5 and 1668–1675 MHz

Satellite RX Frequency 1518–1559 MHz

GPS Frequency 1574.42–1576.42 MHz

SAT Continuous Time:

SAT Continuous TX Time Up to 3.25 hours at 128 kbps

SAT Continuous RX Time Up to 5.5 hours at 128 kbps

SAT Standby Time Up to 36 hours


Operating Temperature:

-5? C to +55? C with battery

-25? C to +60? C with DC supply)

Battery Charging Temperature:

-0? C to +40? C

Storage Temperature:

-20? C to +60? C with battery

-25? C to +80? C excluding battery

Environmental Specifications:

Humidity: 95% RH at +40? C

Wind: Operational wind loading (with stand secured to ground) 40 km/h (25 mph)

Water and Dust: IP-55 Compliant


Data Connectivity:

RJ45 connector

Two-line RJ11 for voice and fax

802.11 WLAN

RJ45 connector (ISDN) voice and data



Main Features:

Rugged and durable IP55 rating

Backlit LCD user display including four-button control

Two-line RJ11 for voice and fax

Full ISDN support including Unrestricted Digital Information (UDI)

Advanced integrated user interface (IUI)

Automatic Context Activation (ACA)

XL-band ready

Other Features:

Rechargeable lithium ion battery

SIM/USIM Slot (behind battery)

¼ inch UNC threaded hole for tripod mounting

Compass to assist pointing



Hughes 9202 Land Portable Terminal Rechargeable lithium ion battery pack
6 ft. Ethernet cable AC/DC adaptor with UK, EU, and US power cables
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 2.0000
Dimensions 216 mm x 216 mm x 41 mm
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