LoRaWAN module and its connections

Each LORA module has one or several specific functions. From taking real measurements to controlling physical parameters. Based on the internal program, it will make decisions by itself and/or send the necessary information to the server so that it can make the decisions. A Lorawan Module is an IoT device that connects to other devices via Bluetooth Low Energy technology. It has many applications in our daily lives.

  • Smart Home Automation
  • Health Care
  • Security
  • Education
  • Transportation

For example, with LoRaWAN smart home enabled automation, the module is used as a gateway between the internet and smart home automation. This permits any number of devices to connect to the internet through a single gateway. And, in the case of Health Care, one common module application is to use it to monitor patients remotely. This can include tracking vital patient data such as blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature, etc.

LoRaWAN Node - Wireless IoT Connectivity

Lora node sensors

Lora Node IoT Sensors & Devices cover a vast array of important applications: from Smart Sensors for Home use to agricultural or industrial IoT smart sensors to improve business efficiency. Lora is an open-source wireless sensor network (WSN) platform designed to be easy-to-use and deploy. It has already been used in many projects, including smart home automation, smart cities, environmental monitoring, healthcare, agriculture, and industrial control.
Lora is based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard, which allows it to operate at 2.4 GHz ISM band with low power consumption. It supports up to 16 channels per node, allowing multiple nodes to communicate simultaneously.
The Lora network has been designed to be used in many different applications, from smart cities to environmental monitoring, healthcare, and agriculture. In addition to being able to transmit data wirelessly, Lora also provides a mesh networking capability, meaning that each node can act as both a transmitter and receiver. This means that if one node fails, others nearby can pick up the slack.
Lora is a low power wireless technology that uses unlicensed radio spectrum (2.4 GHz ISM band) and operates at 2.4 GHz. It is based on IEEE 802.15.4 standard and is optimized for indoor use. The nodes communicate using CSMA/CA MAC protocol. Each node has a unique 48 bit address which allows them to form a large ad hoc network. The maximum number of nodes in a single network is limited to 128.
The Lora Alliance is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the adoption of Lora technology worldwide. The alliance provides technical support and training to developers who want to create applications using Lora technology.

Types of sensors that can be supported by Lora Nodes and LoRaWAN?

There are two main types of temperature sensor: thermistors and RTDs. Thermistors are inexpensive, easy to use, and require very little power. However, they only measure temperatures between 0°C and 100°C. RTDs are more accurate than thermistors, but they cost more and require more power. They operate between -55°C and +150°C.

Temperature

LORA Nodes support many different types of sensors, including temperature, humidity, light, motion, sound, pressure, vibration, and water. They also support other wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), ZigBee, WiFi, and cellular networks.

Humidity

A humidity sensor measures the percentage of water vapor in air. It works by measuring the resistance of a material called an electrolyte when exposed to moisture. This measurement changes as the concentration of water vapor changes.

Soil Moisture

Light Intensity

A light sensor measures the intensity of light falling upon it. It converts the light into an electric current using photodiodes.

Position by triangulation

Position by triangulation

Water Leak

Movement | Motion Detector

Ultrasound Sensor

Liquid Level

CO2 detector

Smoke Detector

PH leve

Foam Level

Viscosity Level

Dissolved oxygen

Pressure

A pressure sensor detects the force exerted by objects pressing against its surface. It uses a piezoelectric crystal to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Voltage

Current

Impedance

Distance

Motor Control (Step Motor, Lineal Motor, Servo Motor)

Pan and Tilt Control

Low Power Laser Control

Light Control

A pressure sensor detects the force exerted by objects pressing against its surface. It uses a piezoelectric crystal to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Digital Valve

Analog Valve

Power Level

Relays

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