IMST Mote II for LoRa Technology 404810 EU868

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Available on: 04-02-2022
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Key features highlights :

Frequency range: SRD Band 863 to 870 MHz
Modulation: LoRa® Spread-Spectrum
RF output power: up to +14 dBm (50Ω pad)
Total isotropic sensitivity (TIS):
-123 dBm ( TIS - SF7 - BW125kHz )
-120 dBm ( TIS - SF7 - BW250kHz )
-130 dBm ( TIS - SF10 - BW125kHz )
-136 dBm ( TIS - SF12 - BW125kH )
- RF (LoRa™)
- Digital IOs
- Analog Inputs
Dimension (LxWxH): 151 x 80 x 50 mm
Operating temperature: -30°C to +65°C
International protection marking:
IP65 housing
Sensors: 3D acceleration, temperature, pressure, GPS receiver
Certification: LoRaWAN certified product, Conformity according to EC Directive

Description :

The Mote II for LoRa® is an ultra-long range, high-performance, certified sensor device for LoRaWAN™. It operates in the license free EU868 MHz SRD frequency band. The Mote II is the best solution for evaluating network performance and a big amount of applications, such as Automated Meter Reading, Home and Building Automation, Wireless Alarm and Security Systems, IoT, Smart Cities etc. The Mote II provides LoRaWAN™ operation modes with an outstanding RF performance and a very low current consumption. The device includes the bidirectional LoRa® module iM881A especially designed and optimized for battery powered applications. Beside the LoRa® module Mote II comprises different sensors like accelerometer, altimeter, temperature and a GPS module. As user interface the Mote II offers a display and three buttons and LEDs. Everything is installed in an IP65 plastic housing which allows outdoor usage. The firmware will be provided by the open source github project lora-net.

The Mote II has a USB interface for configuration and development purposes. A direct programming and debugging interface is implemented. The programmer is connected with an USB standard A to Mini-B cable and is compatible to ST-LINK/V2. Therefore the STM tool chain can be used for programming and debugging the radio module.

In normal use the Mote II is battery powered with three AAA-cells. The best performance can be achieved with non-rechargeable batteries.

The housing can be easily opened. No additional tools are needed.

Mote II has successfully completed the Orange device interoperability test program to approve the excellence in the Orange public LoRaWAN™ network.

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Specifications :
Seller IMST GmbH
Manufacturer name IMST GmbH
SKU 77-406
Manufacturer Part number 404810
Seller SKU 404810
Product Attributes Dev kit, Geolocation
RF Region EU868 - Europe 863-870MHz
LoRa Class Class A
Solution Represented Smart Agriculture, Smart Cities, Energy and Utilities, Smart Industries, Location & Asset Tracking, Transportation, Other, Asset Tracking
RF power (dBm) 14
Battery type Alkaline
Output throughput (mW) 25
Antenna Integrated
RF transceiver SX1272
Interfaces Analog
Other interfaces UART
Depth (cm) 5
Width (cm) 8
Height (cm) 15.1
Technical datasheet
Certification CE, LoRaWAN Certified, RoHS
Lead-time if backordered (in working days) 100
Lead-time if in Stock (in working days) 5
Technical documents

Seller conditions Seller commercial condition
Seller shipping condition
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