LoRa Click

#Development Kit; #868MHz; #Modules; #Industrial

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Description

LoRa click is a LoRa® RF technology based SRD transceiver, which operates at a sub-gigahertz frequency of 433/868MHz. This click board™ features an embedded LoRaWAN™ Class A compliant stack, providing a long-range spread spectrum communication, with high interference immunity. The LoRa module used on this Click board™ is fully certified LoRa Sub-GHz, 433/868 MHz European R&TTE directive assessed radio modem, which combined with the advanced and simple command interface, allows for an easy integration into the final application, reducing development time, costs, and time to market.

# Developement Kit
# EU 863-870
# Industrial IoT
# Smart Building
# Smart Metering

Specifications

Type LoRa,RF Sub 1GHz
Applications: Automated Meter Reading, Home and Building Automation, M2M, IoT, Industrial Monitoring and Control
On-board modules: Microchip’s RN2483 Radio Modem
Key Features: Embeds LoRaWAN™ Class A protocol stack. Sub-GHz, 433/868 MHz European R&TTE Directive
Key Benefits: ASCII command interface. More than 15 km range (rural and suburban); more than 5 km (urban)
Interface: UART
Input Voltage: 3.3V or 5V
Click board size: L (57.15 x 25.4 mm)

Technical details

The main active element of the LoRa click the RN2483, low-power long range LoRa® technology transceiver module, from Microchip. It features the Class A LoRaWAN compliant stack, optimized for a robust LoRaWAN networking, immune to interferences, and suitable for the long-range wireless operation. It offers a long-range spread spectrum communication with high interference immunity. A receiver with the sensitivity of -148dBm combined with the 14dBm integrated amplifier allows for extended range links that can achieve up to 15km in open area (by the module manufacturer specification). LoRa click offers data rates of 300 kbps with FSK modulation and 5468 bps with LoRa Technology modulation.

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