LoRa / LoRaWAN Signal Repeater LoRa
You might have tried using Wireless Sensors in the past to find out that they don't work 100% of the time.¬†Just take¬†a look at what other Niagara 4 BMS Engineers had to say about them in this post here.
Issues like short battery life involve extra site visits. And unplanned visits can be costly when they come out of your own pocket.¬†
Another costly and time-consuming problem is the loss of signal. Configuring the sensors to avoid concrete walls involves many labour hours.¬†
So you will be happy to learn that you can install these sensors without ever worrying about the battery life and the loss of signal.
Thanks to its high radio power, the¬†LoRa¬†signal repeater¬†enables the signal level of the transmitters to be improved in the event of poor reception, without the need for prior configuration.
This repeater has¬†no limit on the number of transmitters to repeat.¬†It is¬†dedicated for use in LoRa private mode.
It is¬†powered externally¬†(7.5 to 24 VDC).
It is particularly suitable for buildings, subterranean offices or high-profile sites.
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|Communication mode compatibility||LoRa private|
|Dimensions||L 118 x H 79 x W 43 mm|
|Enclosure and IP rating||ABS IP 60|
|Radio antenna||Provided with antenna|
|Output power||25 mW (14 dBm)|
|RSSI signal||Accessible via embedded web server|
|Power supply||Main 7.5 up to 24 VDC or external 12 VDC power supply|
|LEDs||5 LEDs and 1 external power LED|
If you need help selecting your wireless sensors please¬†read our 5 min guide.¬†
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