The N8-LRW is a radio module using LoRa modulation that guarantees high immunity to interference, and a very low sensitivity in reception. These characteristics which make it possible to reach a very long range.
The N8-LRW is a dual-mode module, capable of working on both LoRaWAN and Lora M2M. It can be operated under M2M or LoRaWAN modes, or under both modes simultaneously.
Under LoRaWAN, the module can be used in either class A or class C. Under Lora M2M, the module can be operated in ENSI or FCC.
The N8-LRW module is pin-to-pin compatible with other modules from ATIM. It has taken over all features of the ARM N8-LW model. Other UART / BRIDGE mode, the N8-LRW embarks a so-called "Standalone" mode, enabling users to directly connect it to sensors without going through an external microcontroller. You will find usage examples on a note app.
The Standalone mode allows for the integration of a new connected device in a very short time, even for users not familiar with embedded programming.
The Standalone mode can be used under both LoRaWAN and LoRa P2P.not familiar with embedded programming.
LoRaWAN (Class A and Class C)
|Output Power RF||
Ajustable from 2 to 20dBm
100bps to 10000bps
UART 2 wires + flow control by RTS/CTS
Rx (22mA), Sleep (0.6µA), Tx (50mA)
1 x digital entry
|Pin out casing||
25 pins half circle, 1,8mm pitch
30mm x 18mm x 2.5mm
EN 300 220-1 V2.4.1, EN 300 220-2 V2.4.1, EN301489-1 V1.9.2, EN301489-3 V1.4.1, EN61000-6-2 : 2005, EN62311:2008, Récepteur Classe 2
Humidity : 0 to 95% no condensation, Temp. fonct/stock : -20 à +85°C / -40 à +85°C
RaspBerry Pi B, B+, 2 carrier board
This board use the serial port of the Raspberry Pi mini computer to communicate with the LoRaWan module. It have an ULF antenna connector.
|UFL to SMA 60mm adapter cable compatible with the carrier boards equiped with ULF connector (In option)|
|868Mhz 1/2 wave Antenna for the carrier boards (In Option)|
To help you in your develeppment, please see below the library links:
Github Pages: http://atim-radiocommunications.github.io/armapi/
HTML Documentation: http://atim-radiocommunications.github.io/armapi/doc/html/index.html
|Country of Manufacture||France|