Huawei Delivers a 4G LTE Module Specifically for the Internet of Things in North America

Huawei has announced the availability of the LTE CAT M ME309-562 LGA module in North America in Q3 2017. Designed to provide 4G LTE connections specifically for Internet of Things (IoT), the new ME309-562 delivers exceptionally low power consumption and wide area coverage with low cost. The module supports enhanced Machine Type Communication (eMTC) and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

The ME309-562 is based on IoT chipset supplier Sequans Monarch platform, providing customers with greater flexibility at a lower cost. The new module is FCC, IC, PTCRB and GCF compliant, and offers multi-carrier support including AT&T and Verizon. The ME309-562 is the first module to come to market pursuant to the agreement executed by Huawei and Sequans and announced in February that Huawei would build a family of modules based on Sequans’ Monarch platform.

Huawei’s ME309-562 LTE Cat M1 module supports LTE bands 2, 4, 12, and 13 and numerous interfaces, including LGA (120 pin), UART, SIM, LED JTAG, power supply and antenna. It includes an embedded UDP/TCP/FTP/HTTP stack and proprietary FOTA.

The ME309-562 is compact in dimension, measuring just 18 mm x 24 mm. Designed to combine with many GPIO and UART interfaces, it supports LwM2M and FOTA for unit management and firmware updates. The ME309-562 also options eSIM perform support, reduced latency with higher reliability and a doing work atmosphere temperature assortment up to -40 º C to +85 º C. With its innovative options and reduced price tag, the ME309-562 will be broadly used in applications together with protection, POS, personnel and asset monitoring, remote sensing and other IoT applications.

Huawei gives a complete assortment of industrial embedded 2G/3G/4G modules, together with a Computer modules series, M2M module series and an automotive module series.