All LoRaWAN end-devices sold by Telemetry2U are designed to work in conjunction with one of our Premium IoT Platform Plans. Products are shipped preconfigured and already linked to your account – it’s about as plug-&-play as you’ll find on the IoT market today!
Most LoRaWAN sensors are battery operated and run in Class-A mode, meaning they wake up at intervals to send data and at the same time check if any commands have been sent from Telemetry2U. Telemetry2U configure the transmit rate to 20-minutes by default (can be easily changed with a downlink command). Thanks to the low power consumption of LoRaWAN in general, you can expect up to 10-years of battery life and no external power usually translates to a simplified installation.
End-devices wirelessly send data to an internet connected LoRaWAN gateway and the distance between the sensors and the gateway can be up to 10km outdoors and 100’s of meters indoors.
The Dragino LAQ4 Indoor Air Quality Sensor combines a VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds), eCO2 (Equivalent Carbon Dioxide), Temperature and Humidity sensors all in one package. It is battery operated with an expected life of 7-10 months depending on environmental conditions. It will immediately send an up-link if any sensor exceeds your threshold and it also has a data logging function so you can manually download your data in emergency situations. You can also calibrate the VOC and ECO2 for greater accuracy.
The LHT65 is a long range LoRaWAN node that includes a built-in SHT20 temperature & humidity sensor and allows for easy interface with various external sensors. Telemetry2U offer multiple pre-configured options. Including a 1 meter waterproof temperature sensor, a 2 meter temperature sensor with a flat cable (ideal for fridges or freezers), a light sensor or a cable to interface to custom sensors with either an interrupt, ADC or counting sensor output. The LHT65 device is fitted with a button that can be used for power on/off control or to reset the device. LHT65 also comes with an LED to indicate connection status.
The LT-22222-L is a Long Range LoRaWAN I/O Controller offering multiple I/O Interfaces including: analog current inputs 4-20mA), analog voltage inputs, digital inputs, digital outputs and relay outputs. The LT I/O Modules are designed to simplify the installation of I/O monitoring while providing excellent performance.
The RS485-LN is a long range LoRaWAN node that provides spread spectrum communications combined with high interference immunity, whilst minimising power consumption. With the abundance of RS485/Modbus sensors available on the market, the optically isolated RS485 transceiver combined with the 7-24 Volt input range makes it suitable for many applications. Set-up is made simple via the programming port. Users can configure up to 16 custom commands that run on a time schedule, making the RS485-LN capable of communicating with multiple RS485 devices. Sensor responses can be sent individually or combined into one data record.
The RS485-LN is a long range LoRaWAN node that provides spread spectrum communications combined with high interference immunity, whilst minimising power consumption. With the abundance of RS485/Modbus sensors available on the market, the optically isolated RS485 transceiver combined with the 7-24 Volt input range makes it suitable for loads of applications. Set-up is simple via the USB programming port. Users can configure up to 16 custom commands that run on a schedule, meaning the RS485LN is capable of communicating with just about any RS485 device. Sensor responses can be sent individually or combined into one data record depending on your requirements.
The Dragino LLMS01 is a LoRaWAN leaf moisture and temperature sensor and when used with Telemetry2U, quickly enables a level of smart farming through the Internet of Things (IoT). Leaf Moisture can be important for controlling anything from fungus and diseases to irrigation systems. With T2U, you can be alerted if your leaf's require watering/moisturizing or when there is a dew or they are frozen, helping you optimize growth and general farm management.
The LSE01 is a LoRaWAN Soil Moisture & EC Sensor for Agriculture applications. It detects Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature and Soil Conductivity, and uploads the the via wireless to LoRaWAN Network. .It is designed to measure the soil moisture of saline-alkali soil and loamy soil. The soil sensor uses the FDR method to calculate the soil moisture, with compensation for soil temperature and conductivity.
The Dragino LSPH01 is a LoRaWAN Soil pH and Temperature Sensor. When used with Telemetry2U, it quickly enables a level of smart farming through the Internet of Things (IoT). pH is critical for plant growth, as it influences the availability of essential nutrients and their chemical reactions. The Silver Chloride (Ag-Cl) reference electrode and the pure metal pH sensitive electrode offer high accuracy and stability over the range, with temperature compensation. It can be buried in the soil for long term use, with the battery lasting up to 5 years.
The Dragino LGT92 LoRaWAN GPS tracker offers a low power GPS module combined with a 9-axis MEMS sensor (accelerator, gyroscope and compass). Its primary function is to provide motion detection and up-link the current GPS positions. It also has a emergency button that will immediately force an up-link when pressed. The power for both the GPS module and MEMS sensor are controlled by the MCU to achieve the best energy profile, but the power settings are user configurable.
The LDS02 is a LoRaWAN door/window sensor that detects open/close events and then sends its status it to a LoRaWAN network. The LDS02 is small in size (40 x 15 x 15mm) and is powered by a two standard AAA Alkaline batteries. In ideal LoRaWAN network coverage conditions, the LDS02 transmits up to 70,000 data records to the server for the life of the battery. Poor LoRaWAN network coverage will allow for the transmission of roughly 16,000 data records. The LDS02 product design allows for a battery life between 2 and 10 years. Once finally flat, the AAA batteries are straight forward to change.
Based on the LSN50 Open Source platform, The waterproof (IP68) LDDS75 offers long range connections to LoRaWAN networks. The LDDS75 uses ultrasonic sensing to measures distances between 280-7500mm (in typical conditions, around 25C, 65%). Temperature compensation is performed internally to improve the reliability of data. The LDDS75 can be applied to scenarios such as horizontal distance measurement, liquid level measurement, object proximity and presence detection, automatic control etc. Great for keeping an eye on your rain water tanks.
The LWL02 is a LoRaWAN Water Leak sensor that detects water leak events and sends its status it to a LoRaWAN network server. The LWL02 is small in size (40 x 15 x 15mm) and powered by 2 x standard AAA alkaline batteries that are easily replaced and can last for years (2-10) if good signal strength to the gateway. As well as detecting leaks, the LWL02 can be used to detect low water levels. This can be handy for fish tanks, water tanks and many other applications where water level is critical.
The Dragino LDDS20 LoRaWAN Ultrasonic Liquid Level Sensor uses a non-contact method to measure the height of liquid in a container, without having to open the container. The sensor can be installed directly below the container without a hole, so it is perfect for measuring toxic substances, strong acids, strong alkalis and various pure liquids in high pressure and high temperature air tight containers.
The LSN50 V2 is an IP68 waterproof LoRaWAN node with an external antenna to reach extremely long ranges. This version is not supplied with a sensor, allowing users to customise their own sensor configurations for custom applications. With the pre-fitted cable gland and onboard Terminal Blocks, sensor installation is simple. It runs on an open source platform, with all design files available for reference and modification. The pre-loaded firmware has multiple running modes and input types that include; ADC's, I2C, digital inputs with interrupt and a counting input and supports many existing sensors.
The Dragino LSN50v2-D20 LoRaWAN Waterproof IoT Temperature Sensor Sensor is fitted with a digital DS18B20 temperature probe on a 2-meter Silica Gel cable. The probe is double pressed to the cable for a waterproof seal with anti-rust properties, making it suitable for air, object or liquid temperature measurements, with a range of -55 to 125C with 0.5C accuracy. The node is fitted with an external antenna for extra long range and the internal 8500mA battery can last up to 10-years with a modest 20-minute uplink interval and good signal strength to the LoRaWAN gateway.
The Dragino LSN50v2-S31 LoRaWAN Temperature and Humidity IoT Sensor is fitted with a quality Sensorion SHT31 probe in an anti-condensation enclosure with a 3-meter cable that has been factory calibrated and temperature compensated, so can precisely measure Temperature and Humidity both indoors or outdoors. It has a temperature range of -40 to 85C and a Humidity range of 0 to 99.9%. As an added bonus, the Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD) and the Dew Point is also calculated and displayed when used with Telemetry2U.
The Dragino LSN50v2-S31B LoRaWAN Temperature and Humidity IoT Sensor is fitted with a quality Sensorion SHT31 probe in an anti-condensation enclosure that is attached to the main body. It has been factory calibrated and temperature compensated, so can precisely measure Temperature and Humidity both indoors or outdoors. It has a temperature range of -40 to 85C and a Humidity range of 0 to 99.9%. As an added bonus, the Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD) and the Dew Point is also calculated and displayed when used with Telemetry2U.
The Dragino LTC2-LT LoRaWAN Waterproof IoT Temperature Sensor is fitted with a 3-wire PT-100 temperature probe on a 2-meter cable. The probe is double pressed to the cable for a waterproof seal with anti-rust properties, making it suitable for air, object, or liquid temperature measurements, with a range of -200 to +200C with 0.5C accuracy. The node is fitted with an external antenna for extra-long range and the internal 8500mA battery can last up to 10-years with a modest 20-minute up-link interval and good signal strength to the LoRaWAN gateway.