Peplink Expands 4G LTE CAT 12 Router Lineup -


Sometimes, 4G LTE CAT 4 is not enough for bandwidth-hungry users. So Peplink is unveiling 4G LTE CAT 12 routers! These routers are embedded cellular modem delivers up to 600Mbps downlink speed and 150Mbps uplink speed. New offerings include:

  • Single cellular: MAX BR1 ENT, MAX Transit
  • Dual cellular: MAX Transit Duo, MAX HD2, MAX HD2 IP67, MAX HD2 Dome
  • Triple cellular: Flex module for EPX
  • Quad cellular: MAX HD4, MAX HD4 MBX

All the devices are available NOW.

Model Modems Product Code Carrier / Region
BR1 ENT 1x CAT 12 MAX-BR1-ENT-LTEA-R-T America/Europe, FirstNet
1x CAT 12 MAX-BR1-ENT-LTEA-K-T Global*
MAX Transit 1x CAT 12 MAX-TST-LTEA-R-T America/Europe, FirstNet
1x CAT 12 MAX-TST-LTEA-K-T Global*
MAX Transit Duo 2x CAT 12 MAX-TST-DUO-LTEA-R-T America/Europe, FirstNet
2x CAT 12 MAX-TST-DUO-LTEA-R-T-PRM America/Europe, FirstNet
2x CAT 12 MAX-TST-DUO-LTEA-K-T Global*
2x CAT 12 MAX-TST-DUO-LTEA-K-T-PRM Global*
MAX HD2 1x CAT 12 + 1x LTEA MAX-HD2-LTEA-WF-T America/Europe, FirstNet
MAX HD2 IP67 1x CAT 12 + 1x LTEA MAX-HD2-M-LTEA-WF-IP67 America/Europe, FirstNet
MAX HD2 Dome 1x CAT 12 + 1x LTEA MAX-HD2-DOM-M-LTEA-WF America/Europe, FirstNet
Flex Module for EPX 3x CAT 12 EXM-3LTEA-R America/Europe, FirstNet
3x CAT 12 EXM-3LTEA-K Global*
MAX HD4 1x CAT 12 + 3x LTEA MAX-HD4-LTEA-WF-T America/Europe, FirstNet
MAX HD4 MBX 4x CAT 12 MAX-HD4-MBX-LTEA-R-T America/Europe, FirstNet
4x CAT 12 MAX-HD4-MBX-LTEA-K-T Global*

Remark: * except for China or HK TD LTE

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will the br1 line, i.e. mk2, be refreshed/upgraded at any point?

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Looking at the band support, none of these refreshed models support Band 71?

Do you think MK2 should be included? If yes, why?

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Yes, the above CAT 12 portfolio does not support Band 71. Currently, Transit Mini (CAT 4) support Band 71. But we will launch some Gigabit routers which supports Band 71 in the future.

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If you dont refresh it is going to become obsolete. Band 14 (at least on AT&T) would be a useful band to have. Also, I recommend upgrading the wireless radios to be a bit more powerful… at least 27 dBm on transmit power for both 2.4 and 5ghz radios… important for those that use the devices as WiFi as WAN.

Thanks for the clarification. I wanted to be sure this wasn’t the product refresh with Band 71 support mentioned in another thread.