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Note: The Freeway 1150 is no longer in production. New installations should use a Freeway 3114, a Freeway 3214, or a Freeway 3414 instead.

Ideal for mid-range applications and branch offices, the Freeway 1150 supports up to 48 serial ports of legacy protocols. Six PCI slots on the passive backplane accommodate the Intelligent Communications Processor boards which manage the serial ports. LAN connections are via 10/100 Ethernet. Dual Ethernet is also available. A flash disk or optional hard disk can be used for local storage of boot parameters and custom network applications that run on the Freeway.

Technical Specifications
System CPU: Intel-based
RAM: 16MB to 256MB
Bus: PCI
Operating System: BSD Unix
ICPs1 Max # of ICPs: 6
CPU: Motorola-based
RAM: 8MB
Serial Ports Max # of ports: 24/482
Type: Full duplex, DMA support
Electrical Interfaces:
EIA-232, EIA-449 (422), EIA 530, V.35
LAN Connections 10/100 Ethernet, Dual Ethernet3
Disk Drives 3.5" diskette, Flash disk, IDE hard disk4
Physical Mount: Rackmount or tabletop
Height: 17.8 cm (7 in.) 4u
Width: 48.2 cm (19 in.)
Depth: 50.3cm (19.8 in.)
Weight5: 14 kg (31 lbs)
Environmental Temperature
Operating:
10º to 55º C (50º to 95º F)
Storage/Transit:
-40º to 70º C (-40 to 158º F)
Humidity
Operating:
85% at 35º C (95º F) (NC)
Storage/Transit:
95% at 35º C (95º F) (NC)
Altitude
0 to 10,000 feet
AC Power 100 to 120 VAC, 200 to 240 VAC: 50 to 60 Hz
Certifications UL, CSA, FCC, CE
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  1. Intelligent Communications Processor boards (ICPs) manage the legacy protocols and contain serial ports that connect to the WAN. The Freeway 1150 uses ICP2432 boards.

  2. The maximum number of ports depends on the electrical interface. The larger number is the maximum ports when using the EIA-232 electrical interface. The smaller number is the maximum ports for all other electrical interfaces.

  3. Dual Ethernet is optional. The second Ethernet card occupies one slot normally occupied by an ICP. Therefore, when using Dual Ethernet, the maximum number of ICPs is reduced by one. The maximum number of serial ports is also reduced because the serial ports reside on the ICPs.

  4. Optional

  5. Excluding ICPs
 

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