RN2483 LoRa Module

RN2483 LoRa Long-Range Sub-GHz Transceiver Module

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Microchip RN2483 433/868MHz LoRa®-Integrated Module is an integrated modem with a range of more than 15km (suburban). It is low power that enables a battery life greater than 10 years. It also gives the ability to connect millions of wireless sensor nodes to LoRa gateways and IoT-connected Cloud Servers. This robust system is due to LoRa's unique spread-spectrum based modulation that is capable of demodulation 20dB below noise level. This enables high sensitivity for ultra-long range, improved network efficiency and eliminates interference. The RN2483 modem operates over the 433 and 868MHz. This is the license-free Industry Scientific and Medical (ISM) frequency bands. It serves as the end-device in the LoRa network

# End Device
# EU 863-870
# LoRaWAN Certified


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RF Transceiver Applications:
Automatic Meter Reading, Wireless Sensor Networks, Home and Building Automation

Technical details

The RN2483 has the complete LoRaWAN™ protocol stack on the modem and is easy to configure via simple ASCII commands through the UART, greatly reducing development time. The RN2483 is European R&TTEcertified, saving significant certification costs. Additionally, it combines a small form factor 17.8 × 26.7 × 3 mm with14 GPIOs, providing the flexibility to connect and control a large number of sensors and actuators while taking up very little space.

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