Low Profile BGAN (LPB) Terminal

Low Profile BGAN (LPB) Terminal
$21,009.00 (Ex. VAT)

The Hughes Low Profile BGAN (LPB) modem and antenna provide the user with reliable, remotely controllable satellite connectivity over the Inmarsat BGAN network. 

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The LPB modem delivers exceptional low power consumption (< 1 W idle) for off-the-grid installations. Both modem and antenna are IP-67 rated for outdoor use and can also be installed below ground-surface for inconspicuous operation. A thin layer of dry, non-metallic material over the antenna is permissible during TX/RX operation.

Package includes:

  • Low profile BGAN (LPB) modem
  • Low profile, lay flat, passive antenna
  • 3 m RF antenna cable (TNC)

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  • Satellite TX Frequency 1626.5–1660.5 MHz
  • Satellite RX Frequency 1525–1559 MHz
  • Modem Weight: 2.2 kg
  • Modem Dimensions: 253 mm x 176 mm x 53 mm
  • Antenna Weight: 1.2 kg
  • Antenna Dimensions: 240 mm x 240 mm x 29 mm
  • Operating Temperature -40° C to +75° C
  • Storage Temperature -45° C to +80° C
  • Humidity 95% RH at +40° C
  • Antenna and Modem – IP-67 Compliant Water and Dust
  • Non-operational Mechanical Vibration 200-2000 Hz,0.3 m2/s3; MIL-SPEC  810B Method 500.3 proc. 1
  • Input Voltage Range 9 Vdc to 26 Vdc
  • Power Consumption Transmit: < 20 W Narrow beam without transmit: ~3 W Idle (regional beam): < 1 W Off (wake on packet): < 10 mW (at 12 Vdc) Off (GPIO control): 0W
  • Other Features: LED status indicator USB Type B for connection to configuration PC SIM/USIM slot Boot mode button (in SIM slot) 3.5 mm audio jack for audio pointing tones Function button


Key Features:

  • Auto-on/autocontext activation automatically restores power and Packet Data Protocol (PDP) connection to the unit following loss of power and/or IP connection
  • Remote control via SMS—allows command and control of the terminal using SMS, including configuration, debugging, and access to its Web interface
  • Ultra-low power consumption
  • Basic installation; no PC required
  • Built-in GPS receiver
  • Over the air firmware upgrades
  • Minimal pointing of antenna is required; lay antenna flat and point arrow toward the satellite (antenna operates between 30°–60° elevation angle but can be tilted from horizontal, if necessary, at greater elevations.)


  • IP Ethernet connection via IP-67 rated 6-pin Amphenol connector
  • Power-on switch signal via IP-67 rated 3-pin power input connector
  • IP-67 TNC RF connection on modem to lay flat antenna
  • USB for local configuration and setup
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