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RAK813 LoRaB BLE LoRa Relay Module nRF52832 SX127X 915 – 923 MHz

by RAKwireless
397 kr 318 kr

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RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module integrates LoRa with BLE. This module is based on the Semtech SX127X LoRa and nFR52832 BLE chipset. This module supports the 915MHz / 923MHz and BLE 2.4GHz frequency bands. RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module is a highly portable compact low-power consumption BLE Bluetooth device that facilitates long-range communication. RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module is compatible with multiple interfaces including SPI, I2C, UART, and GPIO. Using these interfaces, you can connect different sensors to the module. RAK813 is compatible with multiple protocols for LoRaWAN and BLE.

Features of RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module

  • Low-power consumption and highly portable
  • Long-range LoRaWAN support
  • LoRa point to point communication
  • Coverage of maximum 15 km in a suburban area and up to 5 km in an urban area
  • -146 dBm receiver sensitivity for LoRa
  • -96dBm receiver sensitivity for BLE
  • 2uA sleep current
  • Up to 20dBm PA boost
  • Adjustable LoRa TX Power 14 dBm (maximum) high efficiency PA
  • -20dBm to +4dBm BLE TX bower in 4 DB Steps
  • TCXO high-frequency stability
  • RX and TX filter building
  • GFSK, FSK, and LoRa technology modulation

Specifications of RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module

  • Model: RAK813
  • BLE Chipest: nRF52832
  • LoRa Chipset: Semtech SX127X
  • Storage Temperature: -40oC to 85oC
  • Operating Temperature: From -40oC to 85oC
  • Interface Support: SPI, GPIO, I2C, UART
  • Frequency Band (BLE): 2.4 GHz
  • Frequency Band (LoRa): 915 MHz
  • LoRa RX Sensitivity: -130dBm (minimum RSSI) | -15dBm (minimum SNR)
  • LoRa Transmit: Maximum 20dBm TX Power
  • BLE RX Sensitivity: -97dBm Minimum
  • BLE Transmit: 4dBm Maximum TX Power
  • Current Consumption RX Mode: 5.5mA
  • Current Consumption TX Mode: 30mA (14dBm)
  • Current Consumption Sleep Mode: 7.2uA
  • Dimensions: 2.72 x 2.3 x 0.17 cm | 27.2 x 23 x 1.7 mm

Applications of RAK813 LoRaB Relay Module

  • Parking Systems
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Industrial Control and Monitoring
  • Water Conservation
  • Smart Cities
  • Agriculture
  • Street Lighting
  • Thermal Sensing – Smoke Alarm
  • Asset Monitoring