Advantech has launched two wireless industrial sensing systems using LoRaWAN technology to replace legacy network connections and for private networks.
The WISE-2200-M is a LoRaWAN Modbus read/write communication device. WISE-2200-M supports maximum 128 address and 30 rule settings and can easily connect to Modbus sensors and meters for many different applications with a better connection compared with traditional wireless technology.
The LoRaWAN systems provide a device-to-cloud solution by simply sending collected data through the LoRa gateway to the cloud. The LoRa modulation enables communication links as low as -130dbm with a range of up to 15 km in line-of-site installations.
High Security supports both public and private network infrastructure with AES 128 encryption between end-device and network server. A QR-Code with device Serial number and EUI address on device can pre-configure device’s information directly on network server.
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The WISE-4610 Advanced Industrial LoRa/LoRaWAN Wireless I/O Module features selectable Private LoRa and LoRaWAN options as well as Modbus support.
The application ready I/O module can be fitted with an IP65 enclosure and powered by solar rechargeable battery or 10~50VDC input. It also supports GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS systems.
Real Time Action supports digital output channel for remote power or switch on/off function and there are three power supply options with DC line power as well as optional battery and solar power.
Advantech’s New WISE-2200-M – LoRaWAN Single RS-485 I/O Module and WISE-4610 Advanced Industrial LoRa/LoRaWAN Wireless I/O Module are available for order now.
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