Basic LORA


Application Areas

  • Perimeter Security & Access Control
  • Real-Time Location System (RTLS)
  • Real-Time Monitoring of Shipments
  • Real-Time Visibility
  • Route Optimization
  • Smart Supply Chain
  • Time Sensitive Networks
  • Warehouse Optimization
  • Automatic Fleet Routing ( Telemetric)
  • Autonomous Transportation Logistics
  • Baggage management
  • Edge Intelligence
  • Enterprise Asset Management
  • Enterprise Asset Management
  • Fleet Management (FM)
  • High Speed Network Infrastructure
  • Indoor Positioning System (IPS)
  • Industrial Digital Thread
  • Industrial Wearable’s
  • Intelligent Urban Water Supply

Technology Overview

LoRa® and LoRaWAN™. Low–Power, Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) are projected to support a major portion of the billions of devices forecasted for the Internet of Things (IoT). LoRaWAN™ is designed from the bottom up to optimize LPWANs for battery lifetime, capacity, range, and cost. A summary of the LoRaWAN™ specification for the different regions will be given as well as high level comparison of the different technologies competing in the LPWAN space.


  • Long range communication with LoRa protocol
  • Ultra low consumption
  • Onboard LiPo cell charging and management
  • Arduino IDE compatibility


  • LoRa communication in EU and US bands
  • Ultra low power applications
  • LiPo cell powered applications
  • Remote sensing & monitoring
  • MCU and wireless development
  • Antenna socket : uFL (IPEX)
  • Transmitting power : +20dBm
  • Receive sensitivity : -139dBm LoRa 62.5Khz SF12 146bps
  • Operating frequency : 868MHz – 915MHz
  • Digital RSSI function
  • Operating voltage : 3.3V – 0V
  • Receive current without sleep : 14mA
  • Current receive + sleep : 1mA
  • Current super sleep : 300uA
  • LiPo charge current :
  • Battery voltage monitoring channel
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