Telethings LoNo1 - LoRa node/module


Telethings LoNo1 is a module used to send and receive information via radio connection.

It is based on LoRa technology. LoRa (short for "Long Range") is a "spread spectrum modulation" radio technique derived from "chirp spread spectrum" (CSS) technology, which uses an unlicensed radio frequency band that allows the development of cost-effective IoT systems and solutions as an alternative to GSM / GPRS. network.

In rural areas, the module communicates with the gateway at distances of up to 15 kilometers, while that range is up to 2 kilometers in urban areas.

It is compatible with Telethings LoGa1 and other LoRa gateways.

It is small in size and can respond to the requirements of users with very low power consumption (device consumption in low-power mode is below 5 uA).

Communication with other devices is done via predefined AT commands. In addition, it is possible to use the module MCU to develop end-user product firmware so it is not necessary to install an additional MCU which shortens the development time and lowers the cost of the product itself.

Plug & Play integration with Telethings IoT Cloud as well as thethingsnetwork platform is available


Model name Telethings LoNo1
Description LoRa wireless modul
Hardware Semtech SX1272 - LoRa transmitter
Host Interface LPUART
Power supply 3,3 V / 2 A DC
Bandwidth 125/250/500 kHz
Radio signal frequency 868 MHz
Device weight 20 gr
Device dimensions 2mm X 28mm X 2,5mm
Sensitivity Down to -137 dB
Payload Up to 256 byte with Cyclic Redundency Check (CRC)
Communication range 15 km rural environment <2 km; urban environment
Application Gas monitoring Parking spot finder Smart house sensors Watermeter ...
Storage temperature Storage temperature: -10°C - +60°C
Operating temperature Operating temperature: 0°C - +60°C


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