MultiConnect Conduit

Multiprotocol Base Station for LoRaWAN networks

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Multitech is a certified partner.

Description

MultiConnect® Conduit™ is a programmable gateway that uses an open Linux development environment to enable machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity using various wireless interfaces. It also provides an online application store as a platform for developers to provision and manage their gateway and associated sensors and devices.

# EU 863-870
# Gateways
# Indoor
# LoRaWAN Certified
# US 902-928

Specifications

Conduit features two accessory card slots that enable users to plug-in MultiConnect mCard™ accessory cards supporting their preferred wired or wireless interface to connect a wide range of assets locally to the gateway. Available options include a LoRaWAN mCard capable of supporting thousands of MultiConnect mDot™ long-range RF modules connected to remote sensors or appliances. Backhaul options include Ethernet or carrier approved and certified 2G, 3G, and 4G-LTE options.

Frequency
EU868, US915, AS923
Dimension
147 x 96 x 43 (in mm)
Weight
~0.5 kg (with no accessory cards installed)
Chasis Type
Metal
Operating Temperature
-30 C to +70 C
Connectivity
Ethernet, 3G, WiFi
Certifications
EMC Compliance ✓, Radio Compliance ✓

Technical details

MultiConnect Conduit provides both the IBM Node-RED graphical, drag-and-drop interface and mLinux development environments, offering IT professionals, integrators and developers alike, programming choice and capability to utilize the distributed intelligence capabilities of the Conduit to provide analytics on incoming data and provide more actionable outgoing data.

For information on quickstart, datasheet and manual, click on the blocks below:

Conduit Specifications Quick Start Connect to The Things Network
MultiConnect Conduit's Distributors
Concept13

LoRaWAN - Sensors, Gateways and Consultancy

Multitech

Communications solutions for the Internet of Things

MultiConnect Conduit is included in the following solutions

Building Management Solution

Building management systems are the backbone of smart buildings. Allowing building owners and tenants to monitor, maintain and manage the functions within a structure. The solution deployment involves the installation of sensors, network and a cloud-based data store for the application.

Offered by The Things Industries
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