Long Range Wireless
- Long Range Wireless is a wireless networking device, which is used for connecting RS232/RS485 serial equipment to your PC over a standard wired gateway network.
- EAD acts as a Gateway and can connect maximum of 5 node for one gateway. Each node has 32 registers. Based on configured register the module(Gateway) sends the query to the Node wireless. The response from the Node is received by the Gateway and creates a HTTP packet that is then send to Server.(HTTP method GET or POST we can configure).
- In LoRa Node the modbus query is received by the node wireless over the LoRa network. This query is sent to poll and the serial device is connected. The response obtained from the serial device is sent back to the LoRa Gateway.
Features & Specifications
|Interface||RS 232 & RS 485|
|Connectors||9 Pin Male D-Type for RS 232 and RS 485|
|Data Rates||1200 to 115200 bps|
|Data Bits||7 or 8|
|Parity||Odd, Even and No Parity|
|Stop Bits||1 or 2|
|Green||Transmit Data from Serial|
|Yellow||Receive Data to Serial|
|Input||6 to 30 V DC, 300 mA|
|Maximum nodes for one Gateway||5|
|Maximum registers for one Node||32|
|Operating||0 °C to 55 °C|
|Storage||–4 °C to 66 °C|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||100 mm(L) x 54 mm(W) x 32 mm (H) for Box Product, 79 mm (L) x 50 mm (W) x 23 mm (H) for Board Level|
|Long Range Wireless|