IoT Kit v3 based on LoRaWAN

IoT Kit v3 based on LoRaWAN  is designed to facilitate beginners and developers to quickly learn LoRa and IoT technology. It help users to turn the idea into a practical application and make the Internet of Things a reality. It is easy to program, create and connect your things everywhere. A number of telecom operators are currently rolling out networks, but because LoRa operates in the open spectrum you can also set up your own network.

IoT kit v3 based on LoRaWAN will show how to build LoRa network, and how to use the network to send data from a LoRa sensor node to various IoT servers. When used as a private LoRa network, the LoRa gateway will connect your other LoRa nodes up to 500 meters ~ 5km however expect up to 10km range (when in line of sight) when connecting your LoRa node to a LoRa gateway!

Package Includes:

  • 1 x LPS8 Multi Channel LoRaWAN Gateway
  • 2 x (LoRa Shield + Antenna + Arduino UNO + USB Cable)
  • 1 x Flame Sensor
  • 1 x Relay Module
  • 1 x Photosensitive Sensor
  • 1 x Buzzer
  • 1 x Ultrasonic Sensor
  • 5 x LED (White)
  • 1 x DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor
  • 10 x dupont wire (Male to Male)
  • 10 x dupont wire (Female to Female)
  • 10 x dupont wire (Female to Male)
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ETS IoT - Wireless Development Module

The ETS IOT WDM board is built around a dual-core ESP32 chip with 4MB of SPI flash onboard, providing both LoRa, LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE via a “3D antenna” on the PCB.
The board’s LoRa support operating at 868MHz with an included SMA antenna.
The board can be programmed using the Arduino development environment, and the example code shows you how to both send and receive data via LoRa.

Flipping the board over there is a battery holder for a 18650 Li-Ion cell, and while a 18650 sort of looks like a “standard” AA battery, it’s significantly different. So don’t make the mistake of substituting in the more common AA battery to try and power the board. They’re not quite the same size, but I’ve seen people attempt this substitution nonetheless.

MCU Specifications:

  • CPU: Xtensa dual-core 32-bit LX6 microprocessor, up to 240MHz
  • ROM: 448KB for booting and core functions
  • SRAM: 520KB for booting and instructions
  • SRAM: 16 KB in RTC
  • SPI Flash: 4MB
  • Ultra Low Power(ULP) Co-processor
  • Crystal oscillator: 40 MHz
  • 8x Hybrid Digital IO with Special Functions
  • Special Functions: 1x I2C, 1x SPI, 1x UART
  • 4x Hybrid Analog & Digital IO: 4 No’s
  • 2x Hybrid Analog & Digital IN: 2 No’s
  • Analog Resolution: 8,10,12-bit configurable
  • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
  • Onboard Temperature Sensing (typ., -40°C to 90°C with Accuracy ±0.3 °C)
  • Onboard Humidity Sensing (typ., 0%RH to 100%RH with Accuracy ± 2%RH)
  • Onboard LED: 1xRED
  • Baud rate configurable
  • 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) in the 2.4GHz band
  • General ISM < 1GHz LoRa™ Transceiver 868MHz Surface Mount
  • Onboard Antenna for Wi-fi & Bluetooth
  • Open source software

LoRa Specification:

  • LoRa Chip: RF96
  • Data Rate: 300kbps
  • Power Output: 20dBm
  • Sensitivity: -148dBm
  • Current Transmitting: 120mA
  • Operating Temperature:-20°C ~ 70°C
  • RF Family/Standard: General ISM < 1GHz
  • Protocol: LoRa™
  • Modulation: FSK, GFSK, GMSK, MSK, OOK
  • Frequency: 865-867 MHz
  • Antenna Type   – External Antenna via SMA / I-Pex connector
  • Supply Voltage: 1.8V ~ 3.7V
  • Receiving Current: 12.1mA
  • Transmitting Current: 120mA
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ 70°C

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IoT Trainer Kit - RPi4 Version
IoT Trainer Kit - RPi4 Version

ETS-IoT Kit – A Platform to Experiment Internet of Things

IoT trainer kit is an all-in-one prototyping platform for sensor-based IoT projects. It’s packed with state of the art sensor technology and ready-to-use software applications, capable of fulfilling all your IoT application needs. It contains inbuilt Raspberry Pi4 with all in one sensor platform to enable infinite IoT application prototype possibilities.

 It also has a GPS module to add localization capability for the IoT projects. In addition to that, it consists of Pushbuttons, OLED display, and status LEDs to demonstrate or visualize IoT applications.

Technical Specifications:
                     On-Board Processor

     § Raspberry Pi 4 – 4GB

  • On-Board Sensors§  SHT31 – Temperature & Humidity Sensor (SMD Type)§  3×3 channel relay§  2 Push button§  OLED displayPorts for External Interface:§  SPI§  8 Analog I/O§  4 USB 2.0 port§  5x5V Power supply §  Breadboard§  M-F Jumper Wires – 40 No’s§  Power Adaptor with USB Cable§  IR Sensor§  Vibration Sensor§  DHT11 Sensor§  LM35 Module§  Soil Moisture Sensor§  GAS Sensor (MQ2)§  Servomotor
  • §  Air Quality Sensor (MQ135)
  • §  Rain Sensor
  • §  LuX Sensor – BH1750
  • §  Ultrasonic Sensor
  • §  Magnetic Door Sensor
  • §  PIR Sensor
  • §  Micro HDMI to VGA Converter &
  • §  F-F Jumper Wires – 40 No’s
  • §  M-M Jumper Wires – 40 No’s
  • Additional External Sensors & Accessories (Included):
  • §  3×3.3V Power supply
  • §  3.5mm analog audio-video jack
  • §  31 GPIOs to interface external sensors
  • §  I2C
  • §  UART
  • §  Buzzer
  • §  3 RGB LED
  • Onboard User interfaces
  • §  ADXL345 – Tripple Axis Accelerometer Sensor (SMD Type)
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