IoT/LPWAN Networks

WSMS-123 – LORAWAN OUTDOOR MACRO GATEWAY

This Internet of Things (IoT) LoRaWAN MACRO Access Point/Gateway is specifically designed for long range wide area (LPWAN) applications. Applications include, but not limited to automatic meter reading, monitoring fault indicators, smart street lights, smart parking, smart waste collection, tracking devices, environmental monitoring, etc.

The LoRaWAN technology is designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost-prohibitive to connect. Because of its long range, high penetration, high sensitivity capabilities and its ability to connect many end-devices, it is a much more cost effective way for service providers to deploy LoRaWAN network for sensor applications in vertical market domains than any other methods (e.g. cellular, short range standards, etc’)..

Typical deployment is using star network configuration similar to mobile network base stations. This product can be configured as ‘last mile repeater’ to solve sensor connectivity issues when sensors are located on the edge of the coverage or out of it. It also provides a cost effective way to provide full redundancy coverage for the entire service area (local and up to nation-wide). The gateway supports internet connection through WiFi, Ethernet and optional Cellular. It incorporates a GPS and complete antennas kit for LoRaWAN, WiFi and GPS as well as a unit mounting kit.

Main Features:

  • LoRa Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: US 902-928MHz
    • Number of Channels: Up to 64 concurrent channels
    • Compliance to LoRaWAN 1.0.3
    • Rx Sensitivity:  Down to -142dBm
    • Tx Power:  Up to 27dBm
    • Patented repeater mode
    • Downlink LBT
    • Antenna Type:  2x External N-Type female
    • Cloud service for easy deployments
  • General Specifications:
    • Internet Connection:  Ethernet (RJ45), Cellular (optional)
    • GPS:   Included, N-Type female
    • Enclosure Protection:   IP67
    • Mounting:  Mounting kit included
    • Supply Voltage:   56V / 1.1A via  POE adapter
    • Operation Temp.:  -20ºC ~ 60ºC
    • Dimensions / Weight:  L:296 x W:226 x H:137mm / 3.8Kg

 

WAPS-232IS – LoRaWAN Outdoor MICRO Gateway

This Internet of Things (IoT) LoRaWAN MICRO Access Point/Gateway is specifically designed for long range wide area (LPWAN) applications. Applications include, but not limited to automatic meter reading, monitoring fault indicators, smart street lights, smart parking, smart waste collection, tracking devices, environmental monitoring, etc.

The LoRaWAN technology is designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost-prohibitive to connect. Because of its long range, high penetration, high sensitivity capabilities and its ability to connect many end-devices, it is a much more cost effective way for service providers to deploy LoRaWAN network for sensor applications in vertical market domains than any other methods (e.g. cellular, short range standards, etc’)..

Typical deployment is using star network configuration similar to mobile network base stations. This product can be configured as ‘last mile repeater’ to solve sensor connectivity issues when sensors are located on the edge of the coverage or out of it. It also provides a cost effective way to provide full redundancy coverage for the entire service area (local and up to nation-wide). The gateway supports internet connection through WiFi, Ethernet and optional Cellular. It incorporates a GPS and complete antennas kit for LoRaWAN, WiFi and GPS as well as a unit mounting kit.

 

Main Features:

  • LoRa Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: Compliant with the Israeli LoRaWAN regional Parameters and various regions WW are also available
      • Up to 16 concurrent channels
      • Compliance to LoRaWAN 1.0.3
      • Downlink LBT
      • Antenna Type: External N-Type female (one for 1-8ch, two for 9-16ch model)
      • RF Transceiver: SX1301 with SX1257 (SX1255 for CN470)
    • WiFi Specifications – 2.4GHz:
      • Wireless Freq. Band:  2400-2483.5MHz
      • Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n (ETSI EN 300-328 / 300-440)
      • Tx Power: 100mW e.i.r.p
      • Antenna Type: External N-Type female
    • General Specifications:
      • Internet Connection / Bacckaul: Ethernet (RJ45), WiFi or Cellular (optional)
      • GPS: Included, N-Type female, 1575.42GHz
      • Enclosure Protection: IP67
      • Mounting:  Mounting kit included
      • Support Ubuntu OS
      • Supply Voltage: 55VDC / 0.6A via  POE adapter
      • Operation Temp.: -20ºC ~ 60ºC
      • Dimensions / Weight: L:230 x W:200 x H:68mm / 2.05Kg

 

TUBS-HUB-100 – LORAWAN INDOOR GATEWAY

The Tabs Hub wireless gateway is an office base station for exchanging telemetry data with class A, B and C terminals in LoRaWAN communication networks.

Data exchange between the gateway and the server is carried out using Ethernet interface or Wi-Fi network. The embedded software of the gateway guarantees quick connection and subsequent management by the network server of the TrackCentral LoRaWAN Network Server. Hub is specifically designed for wide area IoT applications including, but not limited to home security, automatic meter reading, fault indicators monitoring, street lights monitoring and etc. This gateway is very suitable for small business or private use.

 

Main Features:

  • LoRa Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: Compliant with the Israeli LoRaWAN regional Parameters and various regions WW are also available
    • Up to 8 concurrent channels
    • Compliance LoRaWAN 1.0.3 / 1.1
    • Internal antenna
  • General Specifications:
    • USB 2.0
    • 2 x additional 10/100Мbit Ethernet ports
    • Wi-Fi 2.4Ghz 802.11 a, b, g, n, ac (providing also HotSpot)
    • Enclosure Protection: IP50
    • Supply Voltage: 12V / 2A via AC/DC adapter
    • Operation Temp.: 0ºC ~ 40ºC
    • Dimensions / Weight: L:145 x W:170 x H:56mm / 0.350Kg

TUBS-MINIHUB-100 – LORAWAN INDOOR GATEWAY

The Minihub gateway is a low-cost LoRaWAN compliant gateway utilizing a WiFi backhaul. It is a wall-plug type with interchanged plug options.

 

The gateway also includes a USB-C charging port that making it ideal for mobile applications using a mobile battery.

Main Features:

  • LoRa Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: Compliant with the Israeli LoRaWAN regional Parameters and various regions WW are also available
    • Up to 8 concurrent channels
    • Compliance LoRaWAN 1.0.3
    • Internal antenna
  • General Specifications:
    • USB type C port for optional power
    • Built-in WiFi backhaul (11 b/g/n, Client Mode) with internal antenna
    • Enclosure Protection: IP50
    • Supply Voltage: 220V or 5V through USB C
    • Operation Temp.: 0ºC ~ 40ºC
    • Dimensions / Weight: L:90 x W:80 x H:40mm / 0.200Kg

WRTM-326ACN321IS – LoRaWAN Pico Indoor Gateway

This Internet of Things (IoT) LoRaWAN PICO Access Point/Gateway is specifically designed for long range wide area (LPWAN) applications. Applications include, but not limited to home security, automatic meter reading, monitoring fault indicators, monitoring street lights, etc.

The LoRaWAN technology is designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost-prohibitive to connect. Because of its long range, high penetration, high sensitivity capabilities and its ability to connect many end-devices, it is a much more cost effective way for service providers to deploy LoRaWAN network for sensor applications in vertical market domains than any other methods (e.g. cellular, short range standards, etc’)..

Typical deployment is using star network configuration similar to mobile network base stations. This product can be configured as ‘last mile repeater’ to solve sensor connectivity issues when sensors are located on the edge of the coverage or out of it. It also provides a cost effective way to provide full redundancy coverage for the entire service area (local and up to nation-wide). This gateway is a Pico type and is very suitable for small business or private area use cases like parking spaces, exhibition centers, campuses, buildings, etc’. It can also provide coverage for indoor blind spots. The gateway supports internet connection through WiFi, Ethernet and optional Cellular. It includes a complete antennas kits for LoRaWAN and WiFi.

 

Main Features:

  • LoRaWAN Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: Compliant with the Israeli LoRaWAN regional Parameters and various regions WW are also available
    • Up to 16 concurrent channels
    • Compliance to LoRaWAN 1.0.3
    • Downlink LBT
    • Antenna Type: External SMA (one for 1-8ch, two for 9-16ch model)
    • RF Transceiver: SX1301 or SX1308 with SX1257 (additional SX1276 for LBT and background scan)
  • General Specifications:
    • Internet Connection: 1xWAN or 4G cellular
    • Power Supply: DC 12V/2A
    • Operation Temp.: 0ºC ~ 40ºC
    • Dimensions / Weight: L:195 x W:165 x H:35mm / 0.91Kg

WLRGF-100X321IS – LoRaWAN Femtocell Indoor Gateway

This Internet of Things (IoT) LoRaWAN Femto Access Point/Gateway is specifically designed for long range wide area (LPWAN) applications. Applications include, but not limited to automatic meter reading, monitoring fault indicators, smart street lights, smart parking, smart waste collection, tracking devices, environmental monitoring, etc.

The LoRaWAN technology is designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost-prohibitive to connect. Because of its long range, high penetration, high sensitivity capabilities and its ability to connect many end-devices, it is a much more cost effective way for service providers to deploy LoRaWAN network for sensor applications in vertical market domains than any other methods (e.g. cellular, short range standards, etc’)..

Typical deployment is using star network configuration similar to mobile network base stations. This product can be configured as ‘last mile repeater’ to solve sensor connectivity issues when sensors are located on the edge of the coverage or out of it. It also provides a cost effective way to provide full redundancy coverage for the entire service area (local and up to nation-wide). This gateway is a Femto type and is very suitable for small business or private area use cases like parking spaces, exhibition centers, campuses, buildings, etc. It can also provide coverage for indoor blind spots. The gateway supports internet connection through WiFi, Ethernet and optional Celluar. LoRa Antenna, USB cable and RJ45 cable are included in the package.

 

Main Features:

  • LoRaWAN Specifications:
    • Wireless Freq. Band: Compliant with the Israeli LoRaWAN regional Parameters and various regions WW are also available
    • Up to 8 concurrent channels
    • Compliance to LoRaWAN 1.0.3
    • Downlink LBT
    • Antenna Type: Internal or External SMA
    • RF Transceiver: SX1308 with SX1257 (additional SX1276 for LBT and background scan)
  • WiFi Specifications – 2.4GHz:
    • Wireless Freq. Band:  2400-2483.5MHz
    • Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n 
    • Tx Power: 100mW e.i.r.p
    • Antenna Type: Built-in
  • General Specifications:
    • Internet Connection: WiFi, 1xWAN
    • Power Supply: DC 5V/2A via micro USB
    • Operation Temp.: 0ºC ~ 50ºC
    • Dimensions / Weight: L:116 x W:91 x H:27mm / 0.16Kg

 

 

LoRaWAN Network Server (Network Management, Device Activation and Data Routing System)

TrackCentral is a LoRaWAN Network Server (LNS) that connects LoRaWAN-compliant devices to application backends in a star of stars topology. It is the first of a new generation of LoRaWAN Network Servers specifically designed along the following guiding principles:

– Carrier-grade robustness and security in a true multi-tenancy architecture;

– Multi-dimensional scale-out both for devices and gateways to facilitate large-scale (country-wide) traditional tower-based deployments as well as hybrid deployments following the inside-out deployment model; and

– High degree of deployment flexibility in both dedicated and hosted environments (LoRa Network Server as a Service, LNSaaS) facilitating a broad range of customer requirements.

Gateways, so-called Stations in TrackCentral parlance, are connected to TrackCentral via standard, secured IP connections while devices use single-hop LoRaWAN communication to one or many Stations. TrackCentral, in turn, relays messages between Stations and any number of application backends. It further provides a network operator with all the network management functionality required for large-scale (country-wide) deployments.

Main Features:

  • LoRaWAN 1.0.3 and 1.1
  • LoRaWAN Class A and C; Class B when finalized by the LoRa Alliance
  • Activation-by-Personalization (ABP) and Over-the-Air-Activation (OTAA)
  • Multi-dimensional scale-out for inside-out hybrid deployments
  • Full multi-tenancy among network operators and application owners
  • LoRaWAN-compliant and interoperable Join Server
  • LoRaWAN roaming for public and private networks
  • Available on Cloud and/or On-Premise deployment
  • Provisioning of GWs and end-devices
  • Status and performance monitoring
  • RF information (RSSI, SNR, DR, CHANNEL, etc’)
  • Traffic information – GW and end-device views
  • Centralized and remote management
  • Message routing to customers’ applications
  • Global Map