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LoRa Network

This M50 LoRa radio modem can be used to make a long range wireless network. The Cigorn gateway can be used for a long range wireless router on a LoRa network.

This radio can cover so many miles, so the LoRa network can be all wireless, or use the M22 enclosure to connect a LoRa network to you network or to the IoT.

RV-M50 Daisy Radio

Raveon’s RV-M50 Daisy Radios are our smallest solution daisy chaining all your large scale operations using the license-free ISM band radio channels. This LoRa radio is perfect for tracking any number of items over as many locations as you can imagine, making it perfect for you to connect to the internet of things. The Daisy radio is our smallest model yet, making it perfect for daisy chaining your system together across any and all locations. It also integrates flawlessly with your current Raveon M7, or M8 systems, so using it to improve your current solutions or expand operations is quick and easy.

Daisy Radio modules can be incorporated into your products, giving them miles of wireless communication capability.  The Daisy Radio modules use the same UWARC universal wireless interface, so you can design all Daisy Radio modems or our M8 series radios into your products, and just plug in the one you actually want to use.

The Daisy Radio modules are available in our M22 Tech Series enclosures.  The M22 enclosures have a myriad of IO options and features.

The RV-M5 Daisy Radios utilize LoRa communication technology.  The work for data communications or GPS tracking.  Raveon’s Pier-to-Pier mode uses the LoRa protocol to directly communicate between radio to radio, with no need for a “Base Station”.  Simple pier-to-pier data communications is perfect for  daisy-chaining your network. Daisy Radios can pass along data over many miles, with very low power consumption, low RF power, and small antennas.  An their low cost high performance help make you systems more economical.

Daisy Tech Series

The ISM band Daisy Modems are used within the  M22 Tech Series enclosure. The Tech Series is designed to be universal for use with any of our modems, and works especially well with the LoRa radio daisy chain systems. The Tech Series unique design allows for interchangeable front I/O panels, so you can connect to your system in a myriad of differing ways. One other new feature is our more rugged power connector, designed to stay connected through even more extreme conditions. IO options are RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, USB, GPIO, and Flexible IO.

More information on the Tech Series Click Here for Tech Series info.

General Purpose Tracker using LoRa

Raveon utilizes our ISM band Daisy Radio in a miniature enclosure to create a general purpose tracker.

The RV-V50 Miniature Tracker is a small, very low-power GPS/GLONASS transponder for use in the license-free ISM or cellular bands. Having the longest communication range in its class, it can locate and monitor assets such as automobiles, trucks, racers, rental equipment and more. Its built-in rechargeable battery has extremely long battery life.

 

 

Skyline HUB to Daisy Chain your Network

The Skyline Wireless Hub can connect thousands of Daisy Nodes to your network. The RV-M50 or RV-M6 can connect into the HUB.

This will link to those low-cost miniature Daisy Radios to your network. Connect to the Skyline Wireless Hub using an Ethernet connection, or another radio.

The Skyline Wireless Hub has 2 base radios in it: ONE to connect to many Daisy Radios. And ANOTHER that can talk 10-50 miles away to another base radio connected to your network.
So your utility network can connect to the HUB with Ethernet locally, or a long range way have many HUBs around the cities, to wirelessly link to your network and Daisy Chain many thousands of remote sensors/meters.

 

 

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Range of 1 to 25 km

Integrated radio transceiver and radio modem with ARM MCU

Configurable range, bandwidth, data rates, and security

Low power options, from DC 5V to 30V

Best in class sensitivity: reliable down to -139dBm

Ideal for OEM integration – highly configurable and small form factor

Data rates of 1,750 to 21,870 bps

Data encryption available using AES 128

Optional GPS tracking with TDMA protocol.

Flexible modem addressing allows for unlimited number of devices on a system.

Available performance diagnostics over the air

Model…………………………. RV-M50-EC-oo (oo=options)

Size…………………………… 61mm X 37mm

Weight……………………….. 1.5 oz

Input Voltage………………… 4.7-5.5 VDC full-spec standard (3.3V reduced spec)

………………………………… 7-28 VDC optional

Power Consumption………… Sleep (<50uA)

………………………………… Receiving data: <250mW (50mA @5V)

………………………………… Transmitting data: <3000mW (600mA @5.0V)

Frequency Bands……………. EC – 902-928MHz

…………………………………. ED – 863-870

…………………………………. EF – 779-787

Serial Port Baud Rates (programmable)

1.2k, 2.4k, 4.8k, 9.6k, 19.2k, 38.4k, 57.6k, 115.2k

Over-the-air Baud Rates (programmable)

9 rates from 1.75kb/s to 21.87kb/s

Full Spec Operating Temperature range….. -30C to +60C

TX-RX and RX-TX turn-around time……….. <5mS

RF I/O Connector…………………………….. MCX (Female)

Addressing (Individual address)……………. 4,398,046,000

Options……………………………………….. Internal GPS – GX option

Security

Encryption Method………………………….. AES128

Electronic Serial Number…………………… Silicon ESN

Configuration Monitor……………………….. Serialized on update

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Daisy layout

For a layout of the Daisy radio case, click here.

For the full Datasheet, click here. (PDF)

For the full GPS tracking datasheet, click here. (PDF)

RV-M50 datasheet. (PDF)[:]

For the mechanical size and configuration information, click here: Daisy Radio Mechanicals (pdf)

For the full standard datasheet, click here. (PDF)

For the M50 Daisy Radio Technical Manual, click here. (PDF)

For the Daisy brochure, click here. (PDF)

For information about LoRa radio RF propagation:  AN205(LoRa_Range). (PDF)

For a layout of the Daisy radio case, click here.

To learn how to connect to the internet from Linux using our Daisy Cellular modem, click here. (PDF)

The RV-M50 Data sheet and User manual are Here(M50 Info).

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RG-K5 Raspberry Pi Hat

The RG-K5 is an interface board to connect a Raveon RV-V50 or RV-Z50 radio modem to a Raspberry pi processor board. The hat also provides many features such as EEPROM memory, Arduino CPU, watchdog, and a 3-axis accelerometer.

 

 

 

 

Tech 21 with plates

Tech Series

Our Daisy Radio Modems can be placed in the smaller M22 Tech Series enclosures giving access to the interchangeable front I/O panels, allowing you to connect to the modem any way you want. The 6 different options for interchangeable front I/O panels are:

  • RS-232
  • RS-422
  • RS-485
  • USB
  • GPIO General Purpose IO
  • FIO   Flexible digital IO
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