Customize Devices


Features

Use any global LoRaWAN frequency band.

Work with any type of sensor output- analogue, pulse or digital (I2C, SPI, UART, GPIO).

Powered by an internal 3.6V battery or external power.

Able to power and control external sensors.

Maximum transmission power is 20 or 30 dBm to meet local regulations.

Maximum transmission power is 14 or 20 dBm to meet local regulations.

Internal or external antenna.

Descriptions
An end device consists of a sensor or actuator and a LoRaWAN communications node. The sensor measures and outputs data while an actuator receives and acts on commands. The role of the LoRaWAN communications node is to transmit and receive data via a wireless LoRaWAN network, generally connected to the Internet. In many cases, off-the-shelf devices consisting of a sensor and LoRaWAN communications node is suitable. In others, a custom approach is better. For example where:

The off-the-shelf sensor isn’t already integrated with a LoRaWAN communications node

Some specific behaviour or logic from the device is required.

A LoRaWAN communications node needs to be added to added to an existing device or actuator.

In these and other cases, our custom LoRaWAN communications node is recommended to power and control almost any sensor. The sensor can either be on board (integrated into the enclosure) or standalone (connected with wires to the LoRaWAN node).