1M2M’s ED1610 is an out of the box, ready to use universal Low Power WAN Smart Sensor/GPS Tracker. It has on board 3D accelerometer, 3D magnetometer,...
RF Performance Tested Products
The RF Performance of a device is critical for the successful development of LoRaWAN® networks to maximise the use of the Radio Spectrum available. The end devices have been RF tested and measured for output power (EIRP) via a full 3D radiated power scan, and have had their effective isotropic sensitivity (EIS) determined by measuring the devices ability to receive LoRaWAN® packets, following the LoRa Alliance® RF Performance Guidelines.
1M2M’s ED1610 is an out of the box, ready to use universal Low Power WAN Smart Sensor/GPS Tracker. It has on board 3D accelerometer, 3D magnetometer, GPS/GLONASS, temperature/humidity sensor, air pressure sensor, hall switch, Bluetooth Low Energy, 2 analog inputs, 2 digital inputs, 2 digital outputs, a +5V output for powering external sensors, a serial interface, a SDI12 interface, a light sensor, a VOC air quality sensor (optional), PIR-sensor (optional), a Noise sensor (future) and a 1-Wire interface. It comes with a versatile firmware that is configurable via downlink messages and can easily be adapted to a wide variety of use cases. It detects vibrations and shocks (<16G) and can send regular updates or alarm messages. It comes with a 8.800 mAh battery pack. There is also a rechargeable version both wired and wireless (QI) charging options.
The mQ Spark is a plug-and-play development board designed to give you an easy, cost-effective way to prototype IoT solutions.
It is based on the...
TEK 790 ATEX LPG
The ATEX certified LPG Tank Sensor is a flexible and configurable battery operated level sensor with an integrated LoRaWAN radio.
The Viloc Tag is a small, robust and waterproof tracker. Easy to install, removal detection and battery life up to 5 years. Viloc tags can be located...
The Viloc Tag is a small, robust and waterproof tracker. Easy to install, removal detection and battery life up to 5 years. Viloc tags can be located using LoRaWANTM geolocation and recovered using the Viloc recovery protocol. The Viloc Tag also features short range communication allowing it to communicate in real-time without compromising in battery lifetime.