Cellular connections to the network utilize a 915MHz LoRa radio to connect a network of transceivers for data capture and control. Each gateway can cover over 3 square miles containing hundreds of widely dispersed transceivers.
Cellular • 3G Verizon approved CE910 or DE910 • 3g Available UMTS HE910 or UE910 variants, penta-band • 4G LTE CAT1 - Verizon (Q42017) • 4G LTE CAT1 with GSM Fallback - AT&T (Q42017) • Internal cellular antenna or optional external antenna GPS • Internal 12mm patch or optional external antenna 915Mhz LoRa Radio • LoRa • 1mile line of sight range • Internal chip antenna or optional external antenna Processor • ARM M3 cortex for custom application Power Supply • Input 5-7.5V , 2 A peak current • Internal 900mAhr lithium backup battery • Up to 1 week standby time Mechanical Dimensions • 5.25” x 4.25” x 2.5” • UV stabilized ABS plastic Environmental • IP68 Temperature • Electronics: -40 to +85C • Lithium battery discharging: -20 to +60C • Lithium battery charging: 0 to 45C
Input/Output Points support connecting sensors or controls to the transceiver. The transceivers use a 915MHz LoRa (LoRaWAN available) radio to connect through gateways to the network. Transceivers make the system incredibly flexible and cost competitive.
915Mhz LoRa Radio • 1mile line of sight range Input/Output • Input/Output Points • 0-5V recommended limits • 0-6V absolute maximum • Supports a wide range of transducers Power • Standard 9V battery • Optional solar panel Mechanical Dimensions • 5.25” x 4.25” x 2.5” • UV stabilized ABS plastic Environmental • IP68 Temperature • Electronics: -40 to +85C • Battery: supplier specific
Gateways include cellular radios, the 915MHz LoRa radio, and Input/Output Points. These are perfect for maximizing tracking, sensing, controlling, and communicating with assets throughout the enterprise.