MODBUS to LoRaWAN Converter
One of the latest and popular offerings from CASCADEMIC Solutions is the MODBUS to LoRa converter.
It uses the LoRaWAN™ technology, which is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification intended for wireless battery operated Things in a regional, national or global network. LoRa modulation technique provides significantly longer range compared to other wireless technologies.
The converter collects the data from MODBUS(RTU) slave device and converts it to LoRa environment. The gateway collects the data and sends to the cloud using GPRS.
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• Easy configuration and installation.
• Long lasting battery life.
• Secure communication using AES
• Quick turnaround time due to customization on existing solution as per OEM's requirement
• External flash memory upto 256 KB (extendable upto 8Mb).
• IP66 enclosure.
Smart remote metering, Energy & Gas Metering, Water Monitoring and Measurement are a few of the many uses for CASCADEMIC's MODBUS to LoRa Converter.
With the increase in the number of Industries and residential complexes and depleting energy resources, efficient energy management has gained high importance. With Smart Metering method from CASCADEMIC using the MODBUS to LoRa Converter it is possible to track and manage energy wastage and pilferage, thus greatly reducing operating costs. The MODBUS Converter works with and can be connected to most energymeters and the data can be passed on to the cloud through the LoRa Gateway for real time energy monitoring thereby enabling utility based billing.
|Processor||ARM Cortex M0+ based CPU|
|Operating Speed (Max)||48 MHz|
|Storage||8MB SPI Flash|
|Power Supply||5V through USB|
Battery: 3.7V, 1100mAh rechargeable battery
|Wired Interface support|
|Serial||RS232 / RS485|
UART / TTL
|Transmit Power||14dBm - 20 dBm|
|Bit rate||0.3 to 50 Kbps for LoRaWAN, can support up to 300 kbps|
|Spreading factor||7 to 12 (Adaptive Spreading Factor Support)|
|LED Indication||Power Status
MODBUS Slave device Status
LoRa Connection Status