The Quectel RM520N-GL 5G Cellular Modem is the latest in 5G cellular tech. It is a Qualcomm x62 5G sub-6GHz M.2 module measuring 52.0mm × 30.0mm × 2.3mm which supports both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes, as well as LTE.
The Latest Generation of Qualcomm 5G modems now support 5GNR Multi-Band Carrier Aggregation.
● 5G/4G/3G multi-mode module with M.2 form factor, optimized for IoT and eMBB applications
● Worldwide 5G and LTE-A coverage
● Both NSA and SA modes
● Multi-constellation GNSS receiver available for applications requiring fast and accurate fixes in any environment
● Feature refinements: DFOTA and VoLTE (optional)
● 5G Band Aggregation Supported
● More 5GNR Bands Supported than previous models
● LTE LAA B46 Support
IMPORTANT: Exercise extreme caution while installing MHF4 connectors to the modem antenna ports. The ports are delicate and easily damaged. Assure that the MHF4 connector is perfectly centered, level and aligned with the modem port. The MFH4 connector will then snap into place using minimum pressure. Do not apply excessive force.
A damaged modem connector port is not covered under warranty.
NOTE: Cellular service providers may require activating a specific data plan to use on a cellular internet device. The carriers are constantly updating and/or modifying existing cellular plans. It is the customer’s sole responsibility to assure a compatible cellular plan is available prior to purchasing cellular related components. Due to the nature of our products we do not offer refunds or returns on any of our products. We do always offer support and like for like exchange on any product that does not function as the manufacturer intended. Please see our official return policy.
NOT RECOMMENDED for use with the older versions M2M NEXG H721 (V1, V2, V3) due to this router’s high rate of burn out failures. We will warranty NO modems that are used in the earlier M2M NEXG H721 routers. We have not tested the V5 or V6 version, though others have and claimed it safe.
It is strongly recommended to invest in a quality power strip surge protector (i.e., APC, Belkin,…) to use behind a router and/or electronic equipment. This will help protect against Transients (momentary spikes/surges in voltage or current) that can be detrimental to expensive equipment. Transient damage to modems are not covered under warranty. Protect your equipment!