A new way to connect
EXPLORER 510 is focused on wireless connectivity. It harnesses
the power of the new EXPLORER Connect App, which turns your Android
and IOS smartphones and tablets into powerful satellite
When it comes to setting up you can be online in minutes using
your own wireless devices. The USB host allows wired connections to
the terminal and the optional EXPLORER LTE dongle (available in Q1
2015), so you can use local cellular if available and switch to
BGAN when needed.
Whether you're reporting the news, exploring for natural
resources, doing commercial or government business or helping
people in emergencies, EXPLORER 510's high quality voice and
broadband up to 464 kbps offer the performance you need to carry
out your work in the field.
Regardless of location or environment, with EXPLORER 510 you can
make and receive calls, use email, access the web, connect to your
corporate network, stream video & audio, and harness the power
of work specific IP applications to make sure you get the job
At 200mm x 200mm x 50mm, EXPLORER 510 is smaller than a standard
laptop and weighs less than 1.4 kg. In fact, it's the smallest
EXPLORER BGAN terminal ever but despite its compact size it
delivers reliable communication in any conditions.
Your ability to communicate and do your job will not weigh you
down with EXPLORER 510. Its unique design makes it an ideal tool
for field communication on its own, or as a companion alongside
EXPLORER 710 or a semi-permanent EXPLORER VSAT terminal.
EXPLORER 510 draws from the established EXPLORER legacy,
offering the same high-quality materials and manufacturing, but
featuring a whole new design direction for this leading series of
Media, government, humanitarian and utility users know that
EXPLORER terminals are designed and built to last. So whether you
are helping people on the fault line, creating news on the
frontline or measuring flow on a pipeline, you know you can rely on
EXPLORER 510 to connect every time.