Arduino LoRaWAN Shield (US900)

$79.00

Ultra long range, low-power LoRa™ wireless up to 15 miles

Peer-to-peer (LoRa) or Client-Gateway (LoRaWAN)

Compatible with Arduino Uno or Mega

Includes 6-axis accelerometer & temperature sensors

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Overview

The Haxiot LoRaWAN Arduino client is a LoRa and LoRaWAN end device built as an Arduino shield. LoRa and LoRaWAN technology provide ultra long range of 1-15miles to build Internet of Things (IoT) designs. This shield s compatible with Arduino Uno and Mega. The shield uses a built in LoRaWAN 1.0 compliant stack for use on any 900MHz LoRaWAN or LoRa network. The Arduino shield supports P2P connections using LoRa modulation as well as Client-Server connections using LoRaWAN (LoRaWAN Gateway required).  This Arduino compatible shield comes with a library for simple configuration. The shield contains a temperature  and a 6-axis accelerometer sensor to get your IoT project started.

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Key uses

  • Prototyping on Arduino
  • LoRa Network Testing
  • Automotive
  • Smart City

Specifications

LoRaWAN 1.0 compliant (Microchip RN2903)

Arduino IDE using LoRaWAN library

Antenna Type: PCB

Max antenna gain: 1.7dBi gain

Operating voltage: 3.3V

Power consumption (3V): Sleep 8mA, RX 22mA, TX 125mA (max)

Temperature range: -30°C to +85°C

Data rates: Up to 300kbps FSK or 12.5kbps LoRaWAN®

Low-Power Long-Range in 915MHz frequency band

Receiver Sensitivity: Up to -146 dBm

Transmit Power: up to 18.5dBm

Range: up to 15km suburban & up to 5km urban

Certification: United States (FCC), Canada (IC), Australia and New Zealand

Package Includes

Haxiot LoRaWAN Arduino Client

Documentation

LoRaWAN Arduino Datasheet

LoRaWAN Arduino Library

Arduino Examples

Weight .22 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 x 3.5 x .9 in