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This IoT LoRa radio module by Delock is energy efficient and offers very good transmission and reception characteristics. The UART TTL interface on the module allows components such as sensors, controllers, GNSS trackers, LoRaWAN gateways etc. to be equipped with a LoRa compliant transmitter unit. The SMA connector on the module provides flexible output power for the IoT coverage area.
The IoT LoRa module supports four energy-saving modes and, with its very low power consumption (5 μA), is suitable for use with rechargeable batteries.
RF output power
There are four power levels available on the RF output of the IoT LoRa module for the antenna.
Forward Error correction (FEC)
The module can detect radio interference automatically and actively prevent transmission errors. This ensures error-free data transmission and secures the range of the transmission.
1 x SMA jack
1 x 7 pin pin header male
• Pitch: 2.54 mm
• Chipset: Semtech SX1276
• Interface: UART TTL (3.3 V)
• FIFO: 2 x 512 byte
• Frequency range: 862 - 893 MHz
• Channels: 32
• Sensitivity: -147 dBm @ 2,4 Kbps
• Transmission power: 21 - 30 dBm
• Air data rate: 0.3, 1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19,2 Kbps
• Energy modes: (Normal, Wake-up, Power-saving, Sleep)
• Supports WOR (Wake On Radio)
• Supports FEC (Forward Error Correction)
• Power supply: 3.3 - 5.2 V
• Current consumption: 600mA@30dBm
• Operating temperature: -40 °C ~ 85 °C
• Relative humidity: 10 - 90 % (non condensing)
• Dimensions (LxWxH): ca. 55.7 x 24.0 x 14.2 mm
• Weight: ca. 8.4 g
• Antenna with SMA connector
• Controller with TTL (3.3 V) interface
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