LoRa Click Board
The LoRa Click Board is based on Microchip's RN2483 fully certified LoRa Sub-GHz, 433/868 MHz European R&TTE Directive Assessed Radio Modem.
The click is designed to use either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over the MikroBus UART interface (TXD, RXD, CTS) with the addition of a Reset pin (RST).
- Fully certified LoRa Sub-GHz, 433/868 MHz European R&TTE Directive Assessed Radio Module
- On board LoRaWAN Class A protocol stack
- >15 km range (rural and suburban); >5 km (urban)
- UART interface
- Supported by all MikroElektronika compilers
- Low power consumption
- Long range
- Sensitivity: -148 dBm
- ASCII command interface
- Two antenna connectors
- Uses a 3.3V or 5V power supply
- Temperature range: -40
- Compact design
- RoHS compliant
IC/Module: RN2483 LoRaTechnology Transceiver Module
The RN2483 is a low-power long-range transceiver module based on the LoRaTechnology. Intended for long range wireless data transmission, this module embeds a LoRaWANClass A stack for bidirectional end devices. This long range solution integrates a baseband controller, a command Application Programming Interface (API) processor, and a RF.
The RN2483 aboard the LoRa RF click board operates in the 433 MHz and 868 MHz frequency bands with sensitivity down to -148 dBm. The module makes use of a spread spectrum modulation of the Sub-GHz band and supports a specified range of more than 15km in rural and suburban settings, and more than 5km coverage in urban areas.
- LoRa RF Click Board (1)
- 1x8 male headers (2)
- Printed User Manual and Board Schematic (1)