Sequoia Are Now Supplying Telit/MOT M2M Modules

Sequoia Technology are pleased to announce that the recent acquisition of Motorola M2M by Telit Wireless Solutions has now been completed, this allows Sequoia Technology to actively promote the Telit MOT units into the UK M2M market.

Sequoia Technology are pleased to announce that the recent acquisition of Motorola M2M by Telit Wireless Solutions has now been completed, this allows Sequoia Technology to actively promote the Telit MOT units into the UK M2M market.


Telit MOT have 2 core product families, the G24 and G30.

Telit G24 Module
The Telit G24 module is a quad band device (850/900/1800/1900Mhz), benefiting from its compact size it is perfect for high volume, low cost applications.

The Telit G24 is feature rich including embedded TCP/IP and extended RF sensitivity, control/status indicators such as 8 x GPIO, 3 x A/D general purpose convertors and antenna presence detect.

Please take a look at the link below for full details then opt for the G24 in your new design.

Telit G30 Module
The Telit G30 module is a surface mount device allowing you to benefit from its small dimensions and cost effective design due to its Land Grid Array (LGA) form factor. LGA allows efficient and scalable manufacturing making the G30 the perfect choice for an M2M application such as AMR, Security and ePOS.

Feature rich like the G24, a quad band device - GSM/GPRS, extended operating temperature, UART MUX, jamming detection and embedded data protocols.

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