iM880B-L – LoRa® module for 868 MHz
iM880B-L is a compact and cost-effective radio module that operates in the license-free 868 MHz band. It combines a powerful Cortex-M3 controller with the LoRa® SX1272 transceiver of Semtech Corporation. With a sensitivity of up to -138 dBm and a maximum output power of +19.5 dBm, a link budget of more than 157 dB can be achieved, bridging distances of up to 15 km in free space. iM880B-L is approved for Europe, India, Thailand and LoRaWAN™ certified. iM881A-M – LoRa® module for 868 MHz
iM881A-M is a compact and cost-effective radio module that operates in the license-free 868 MHz band. It combines a powerful Cortex-M0 controller with the LoRa® SX1272 transceiver of Semtech Corporation. It has been specially developed for battery-powered devices. The radio module needs only 23mA for a set transmission power of 11dBm. Combined with an excellent sensitivity of up to -138 dBm, a range of 12 km can be achieved in an obstacle-free environment.
iM881A-M is RED and LoRaWAN™ certified
iC880A – SPI-LoRa® concentrator 868 MHz
iC880A-SPI concentrator module is a high-performance RF front end device designed for simultaneous reception of multiple (up to 9) LoRa® packets from different devices using different spreading factors on multiple channels. This unique feature facilitates the implementation of innovative network architectures. iC880A can be integrated into a gateway as a complete RF front-end device, enabling stable communication between a LoRa® gateway and a large number of LoRa® end nodes – including the compact and cost-effective iM880B-L or iM881A-M radio module – over long distances.
iM980A-L – LoRa® module for 915 MHz
iM980A-L is a compact and cost-effective radio module that operates in the license-free 915 MHz band and combines a powerful Cortex M3 controller with the LoRa® SX1272 transceiver. With a sensitivity of up to -137.5 dBm and a maximum output power of +17.5 dBm, the iM980A-L has a link budget of over 155 dB, allowing it to bridge distances of up to 15 km in free space.
iM980A is FCC and LoRaWAN™ certified.
iM980A-AS – LoRa® module for 923 MHz (see above, it's always the same. The frequency bands are license-free! The transmission power and sensitivity result in the link budget and thus the large reach.)
iM980A-L is a compact and cost-effective radio module that operates in the unlicensed 923 MHz band (Asian region) and combines a powerful Cortex M3 controller with the new LoRa® transceiver SX1272. It has a sensitivity of up to -137.5 dBm and a maximum output power of +17.5 dBm and a link budget of 155 dB.
SK-iM880B / SK-iM881A / SK-iM282A – LoRa® Starter Kit
The Starter Kit is a plug & play solution to get to know the functions and possibilities of the LoRa® radio modules iM880B-L, iM881A or iM282A. The set contains two demo boards and two radio modules, which are soldered on special adapter boards. The modules are already pre-programmed with the LoRa® firmware.
iU880B – LoRa® USB Adapter – 868 MHz
The iU880B is a compact and cost-efficient USB stick based on the LoRa® iM880B-L radio module. Thanks to the iM880B wireless module used, the USB stick has excellent wireless capabilities and effortlessly bridges several kilometers of distance.
Mote II – LoRa® development platform
Mote II is a testing and demo platform for IoT networks based on LoRa® technology. It is equipped with the low-power iM881A-M (868 MHz) bidirectional radio module and various sensors, such as proximity sensor, magnetic sensor, 3-axis acceleration sensor, pressure and temperature sensor. It also contains a GPS module, an integrated antenna and a display.
The firmware is provided by the open source project GitHub "Lora-net".
WSA01 – iM880B WiMOD Shield for Arduino® with iM880B-L
The WiMOD Shield for Arduino® is an expansion board for users of Arduino® or Arduino compatible boards for use with the LoRa® iM880B-L radio module.
A summary of the details for implementation of the HCI interface between the modules and the Arduino® platform was compiled in a software library developed for the Arduino® platform. This library is a convenient way to use the functions of the module.
WiMOD Lite Gateway – Demonstration Platform for LoRa®
LoRa® Lite Gateway (LGW) is a demonstration and testing platform that consists of an iC880A concentrator, a Raspberry Pi, and a pre-configured SD card, all housed in a chassis.
The device allows you to demonstrate and evaluate LoRaWAN™ functions and can be easily connected to existing servers (e.g. ioT.semtech.com, Loriot). The source code of the firmware is provided by the open source project GitHub (lora-net).
IoT Devkit – Starter Kit for end-to-end LoRaWAN™ applications
The 'IoT DevKit for LoRa®' contains a Lite Gateway, a Mote II, an iM880B-L on a demo board and an Arduino Shield Unit. With those units you can easily setup your own LoRaWAN™ network.
With the 'IoT DevKit for LoRa®' you can easily build up your own end-to-end LoRaWAN™ application.
- 1 x LoRa Lite Gateway (iC880A)
- 1 x Demo-Board + iM880B
- 1 x Mote II (iM881A)
- 1 x WSA01 Arduino Shield (iM880B)
- 3 x 868MHz Antennas
- 1 x Power Plug Adapter
- 2 x USB Cables
- 1 x Programming Adapter
- 1 x CD / USB Stick
The packets generated by a LoRaWAN™ end device are received by the Lite Gateway, and are forwarded to the Loriot LoRaWAN™ network server. You can choose other LoRaWAN™ network servers like TTN, as well. From there, the information is sent to the myDevices / Cayenne server, where the user can control his IoT application.
LoRino – LoRaWAN™ Development platform for Arduino™
LoRino is a demo platform that supports multiple modules as well as protocol versions. Equipped with an ultra-fast Cortex M0+ controller, LoRino is a cost effective and easy to use solution for implementing different IoT solutions. Due to the compatibility with Arduino™ different libraries for LoRaWAN™, LR_Base, SPI etc. can be used.
LoRa is a registered trademark of Semtech Corp.
LoRAWAN is a brand of LoRa Alliance