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UP LoRa Node

The AIOT-ILDN01 platform is an industrial board solution, based on Murata ABZ IC, ideal for developing LoRa End nodes and devices.


The basic version of it comes with integrated Temperature and Humidity sensor and with embedded 3-axis accelerometer; the 3 grove-type connectors offer UART, RS-232/485 and I2C helpful to integrate any kind of industrial sensor.

 

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General
SKU AIOT-ILND02-A10-MURABZ-EU
Basic info
Part number AIOT-ILND02-A10-MURABZ-EU
Availability/Type Active
SoC Murata CMWX1ZZABZ-078
LoRa® Murata 868MHz LoRa® radio
Power requirement +5V (USB) 2 x AA battery for external power
Dimension 85 mm x 65 mm
Certification CE/FCC Class A
HS Code 8471500000
Country of Origin Taiwan

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The AIOT-ILDN01 platform is an industrial board solution, based on Murata ABZ IC, ideal for developing LoRa End nodes and devices.
The basic version of it comes with integrated Temperature and Humidity sensor and with embedded 3-axis accelerometer; the 3 grove-type connectors offer UART, RS-232/485 and I2C helpful to integrate any kind of industrial sensor.

The UP Industrial LoRa End Node platform is a flexible solution to easily interface your industrial sensors and create your LoRa device.

The latest technology brought by the Murata ABZ is ideal for developing LoRa End nodes and devices.

The basic version of it comes with integrated Temperature and Humidity sensor and with embedded 3-axis accelerometer; the 3 grove-type connectors offer UART, RS-232/485 and I2C helpful to integrate any kind of industrial sensor.

A basic firmware will come pre-installed with the node and furthermore, it is open-sourced onto UP Community, to give maximum flexibility to developers and creators.

The node’s LoRa parameters can be programmed via the embedded UART connector via simple commands.

 

The solution is fully certified for the 868MHz LoRa range and can also support 915MHz by project.

 

Main features:

  • 3 x GROVE connectors
  • 1 x UART1 (RS-232/422/485)
  • 1 x UART2(TX/RX)
  • 1 x I2C
  • 1 x Temperature & humidity sensor
  • 1 x 3-axes Accelerometer (2G/4G/8G/16G)
  • 1 x JTAG-debug port
  • 2 x battery connector for 2 x AA
  • 4 x LED (GPIO control)
  • 3 buttons
  • 1 x Reset button
  • 1 x SMA antenna hole
  • 1 x IPEX antenna hole
  • 0-60°C operating temperature

Reference:
      Assume that each node send a message of 32bytes each hour(60 min), here is rough estimate of capacity/connected nodes for each 8CH GW,
       SF7:  40000 nodes (best case with all nodes work at SF7--high speed)
       SF10: 5000 nodes (average--mid speed)
       SF12: 1500 nodes (worst case with all nodes work at SF12--low speed)
       Here is rough distance in typical city environment (note distance is related to environment)
       SF7:     1~1.2km
       SF10:   2~3km
        SF12:  3~5km
 
        Regarding open area, range is related to many factors especially density of building, height of antenna, noise floor...
        In ideal LOS(Line of Sight) environment, I would say the range will be 2~3 times than that in city.
        *This is just a rough estimation for reference only.

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