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What is LoRaWAN? 

LoRaWAN logoLoRaWAN logoLoRaWAN is a protocol for low-power, long-range, wireless radio networking.

As it operates in an unlicensed band, devices can be deployed without interference from other licensed radios. It’s convenient for small footprint devices to “talk” with other “things” on large scales.


  • Long range, very wide coverage
  • Low power consumption
  • One gateway for many systems
  • Excellent for M2M/IoT applications

We provide monitoring solutions for smart cities, industry and agriculture using sensors and gateways that connect to the LoRaWAN network

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LoRaWAN Gateway 

  • 915 MHz (US) frequency band
  • Sensitive external omni directional antenna
  • Range of 15 km (5 km in urban areas)
  • External 120VAC/12VDC power adapter
  • Optional use between Power over Ethernet or solar energy
  • Backhaul via Ethernet, WiFi or 3G/4G network
  • Support for The Things Network, Stream Communications, and Loriot
  • Configuration with the Web-based interface via Ethernet/WiFi
  • Operational between -40° to +85°C for outdoor installation
  • Enclosure with IP65 protection 
  • Plug-and-play installation, pole and wall mount materials are supplied with the unit




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Victron Energy LoRaWAN solutions

The VE.Direct LoRaWAN module tranmits hourly data updates via this network. 

Using the VE.Direct to LoRaWAN module you can connect the BMV battery monitor, MPPT solar charge regulator or Phoenix inverter to the free Victron Remote Management portal.

View information such as battery status or solar power on your desktop, iPad or mobile phone.

VE.Direct LoRaWAN manualVE.Direct LoRaWAN manual

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