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UP LoRa node

The AIOT-ILND01 LoRa Node is available as a board or with an enclosure. It can be powered by two 14500 Lithium-ion batteries, or through its micro USB 2.0 port. It features built-in temperature and humidity sensors, as well as a 3-axis accelerometer, and is designed to also connect with a wide variety of sensors and inputs.

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Basic info
Part number AIOT-ILND01-A10-MURABZ-EU
Availability/Type EOL
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 8473308000
Country of Origin Taiwan

More Info

Form Factor
3.35" x 2.56" (85 mm x 65 mm)
ST STM32L Semtech SX1276
GROVE connectors x 3
- x UART1 (RS-232/RS-485) x 1
- x UART2 (TX/RX) x 1
- x I2C x 1
Temperature & humidity sensor x 1
3-axis Accelerometer (2G/4G/8G/16G) x 1
Micro USB2.0 type B for power supply x 1
JTAG-debug port x 1
Battery connector x 2 for 14500 Lithium-ion battery x 2
LED (GPIO control) x 4
3 buttons
- boot select x 1
- User defined x 2
- Reset button x 1
SMA antenna connector x 1
IPEX antenna connector (Optional) x 1
Power Input
+5V (via Micro USB)
14500 Lithium-ion battery for external power x 2
Operating Temperature
32 °F ~ 140 °F (0 °C ~ 60 °C)
Operating Humidity
0% ~ 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
      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

The platform can support TTN v3 Stack, and we have validated it based on the instruction from The Things Network.

 Gateway Demo: Integrated solutions of a gateway & network server


Installing the LoRa Packet Forwarder and the driver/HAL for the concentrator.
It can be downloaded from Github:


Getting Started Guide for setting up a private LoRaWAN network server using The Things Stack for LoRaWAN.

List of Contents


  • UP LoRa Node - AIOT-ILND01-A10-MURABZ-EU Datasheet Size665.5 KB Download
  • UP LoRa Node Manual AIOT-ILND01-A10-MURABZ-EU Size878.4 KB Download


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