TABLE OF CONTENTS
IronLink LoRa 434 & 868MHz
With an easy to connect process, you are creating the most substantial aspect of your IoT data network. This has been designed by developers in the industry with an aim to make deployment and integration as painless as possible. LoRa technology is ideal for battery-operated sensors and low power applications such as IoT, M2M, Smart City, Sensor networks, Industrial automation, and more.
3.7V 2-Pin Terminal LiPO Charger
3.7 LiPo Output 2A (Through Fuel Gauge)
Low-Power Long Range Transceiver
The RN2483 module complies with the LoRaWAN Class A protocol specifications and is the first LoRa module to pass LoRa Alliance Certification testing. It is certified to the LoRaWAN 1.0 specification, ensuring that designers can quickly and easily integrate their end devices into any LoRaWAN network. It integrates RF, a baseband controller, command Application Programming Interface (API) processor, making it a complete long range solution.
28 Pin header for addons
This header provides the flexibility to add on additional boards to suit projects needs.
6 channel 12bit ADC for sensor add-ons
Multichannel adc is provided to make it simple to take raw sensor data in from any sensor with analog outputs and send it over the LORA network.
GPS with Easy Mode
Combining advanced AGPS called EASY™ (Embedded Assist System) and proven AlwaysLocate™ technology, L86 achieves the highest performance and fully meets the industrial standard. EASY™ technology ensures L86 can calculate and predict orbits automatically using the ephemeris data (up to 3 days) stored in internal flash memory, so L86 can fix position quickly even at indoor signal levels with low power consumption. Or on-board GPS with 1second lock time (*When in easy mode)
ARM Cortex-M0 Processor
Cortex-M0 is ideal for energy-harvesting sensing applications. The exceptional code density of the Cortex-M0 significantly reduces memory requirements, which optimizes the use of on-chip Flash memory to save memory cost, reduce power, and increase performance.
With an integrated EEprom it’s easy to program and erase the contents without removing it from the board or test jig. Additional equipment is not required for this process and it’s possible to re-program EEPROM infinite number of times
This antenna gives the Iron Link Up to 15 km coverage at suburban; up to 5 km coverage at urban area
Rugged by design
By incorporating industrially rated components IronLink LoRA can withstand harsh environments.
HAL software for easy programming
Benefits include; Easier requirements gathering, Enhanced understanding across multiple teams leading to better feedback and collaboration, Faster iteration, Reduced cost.
Battery and power management
External devices and peripherals can be put into a deep sleep or de-initialised to save power when operating from a battery. Onboard Fuel gauge allows you to check the status of your battery, ideal for remote projects. This also allows for predictive maintenance for your solution, saving in cost and management time.
USB serial interface for debugging
A universal debugging option for user convenience.
Optional external upgraded GPS antenna
This upgrade antenna is Water resistant and features GSM with 28 dBi. This will extend the range for GPS communication with the board.
LoRa 915Mhz (US & AU Version)
Part 1 –
Quectel GNSS L86
Part 2 –
Main LoRa Antenna
Part 3 –
GPS Expansion Antenna
Part 4 –
LoRa 868/433 Mhz (EU Version)
LoRa 915Mhz (US & AU Version)
Part 5 –
GPIOs, I2C, SPI, ADC, UART
Part 6 –
ARM Cortex-M0 48Mhz, 128KB Flash, 16KB RAM
Part 7 –
Part 8 –
Part 9 –
Part 10 –
Onboard settings and indicators
IronLink Data sheets
RN2483 Commands Manual
GPS GNSS L86 Commands Manual
3D & 2D borad files