Sentrius RG1xx LoRaWAN Gateway + Wi-Fi / Ethernet + Optional LTE (US Only)

Recommended for New Design (RND)

Overview

New: RG191 with LTE for operation in US (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet / LTE) - now pre-certified for AT&T and Verizon!

The Sentrius™ RG1xx LoRaWAN-Enabled Gateway is the ultimate in secure, scalable, robust LoRaWAN solutions. Gather data from as far as 10 miles via LoRaWAN and sync to the cloud via Wi-Fi / Ethernet, or add LTE in the US with our optional LTE version. The RG1xx gives you full ownership over your network, adding multi-protocol connectivity to your sensors and devices to create actionable IoT intelligence. 

  • IP67 enclosures available
  • Full onboard Linux OS, configurable via web GUI
  • Now supports TR-069 remote management
  • Broader region support: North America, EU, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, New Zealand
  • Support added for the new Semtech Basics Station forwarder in addition to ChirpStackSenet, AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN, Actility and TTN packet forwarders

Note: Gateway operation cannot be switched between regions.

Also available: Sentrius RG1xx pluggable M2.COM LoRaWAN adapter. Bring our RG1xx to the inside of any Linux-based device, expanding upon Semtech drivers and reference design for improved RF performance. 
 

Specifications

Compliance
Standard RG1xx: FCC, ISED, EU, UKCA, AS/NZS, NCC.
LTE Variant: FCC, ISED, PTCRB, Verizon & AT&T
Antenna Options
3x Ext. Antennas (standard)
5x Ext. Antennas (US LTE Version)
Security
Standards - WEP, WPA, WPA2.
Channels
8
Chipset (Wireless)
Semtech SX1301/1257 (LoRa)
CSR8811 A08, QCA6004 (Wi-Fi)
Quectel EG91-NA (US LTE Version)
Operating Systems Supported
Embedded Linux, 4.x Kernel
Packet Forwarder
Default support for the following;
Senet through legacy Semtech UDP packet, proprietary Senet or Semtech Basic Station forwarder
The Things Network (TTN) through Semtech Basic Station or Semtech UDP packet forwarder
ChirpStack through Semtech Basic Station or Semtech UDP packet forwarder
AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN through Semtech Basic Station forwarder
Actility ThingPark through Semtech Basic Station forwarder
Original Semtech UDP packet forwarder.
Range
Up to 10 miles
Transmit Power
+27 dBm
Wireless Specification
LoRaWAN
802.11a/b/g/n
Optional LTE (US only)
Part NumberAccessoriesAdditional DescriptionAntenna TypeChipset (Wireless)Frequency Range (Max)Frequency Range (Min)Frequency Range 2 (Max)Frequency Range 2 (Min)Frequency Range 3 (Max)Frequency Range 3 (Min)InformationLogical InterfacesOS/SoftwarePart GroupProduct TypeRegionSystem ArchitectureTechnology
Sentrius RG1xx LoRa-Enabled Gateway + Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Ethernet
450-0190
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
690-1002 / 690-1003 Sentrius RG1xx IP67 Gateway - Including LoRaWAN (868MHz), Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz870 MHz863 MHzIP67 Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Europe (EU) // EU863-870 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx LoRa-Enabled Gateway + Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Ethernet
450-0191
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
690-1002 / 690-1003 Sentrius RG1xx IP67 Gateway - Including LoRaWAN (915MHz), Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz928 MHz902 MHzIP67 Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway North America (NA) // US902-928 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
RG186
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG186 Gateway - 868 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz870 MHz863 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Europe (EU) // EU863-870 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx LoRa-Enabled Gateway + Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Ethernet
RG186-M2
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
LoRaWAN Concentrator Card for EU Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz870 MHz863 MHzStandard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) Embedded Module Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
RG191
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG191 Gateway - 915 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz928 MHz902 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway North America (NA) // US902-928 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx LoRa-Enabled Gateway + Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / Ethernet
RG191-M2
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
LoRaWAN Concentrator Card for US Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz928 MHz902 MHzStandard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
690-1002Buy NowN/A Pole Mount Bracket For use with outdoors IP67 Gateway 450-0190 / 450-0191 Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) N/A
690-1003Buy NowN/A Wall Mount Bracket For use with outdoors IP67 Gateway 450-0190 / 450-0191 Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) N/A
Sentrius RG1xx
455-00055
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG1xx Gateway 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, CSR8811 A08, QCA6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz927.8 MHz916 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway New Zealand (NZ) Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
455-00056
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG1xx Gateway - 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz924.8 MHz920.2 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Hong Kong (HK) // AS923 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
455-00057
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG1xx Gateway - 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz928 MHz915 MHzCan only be switched between AU915 and AS923 after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Australia (AU) // AU915-928/AS923 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
455-00054
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG1xx Gateway - 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External Semtech SX1301/1257, QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz924.8 MHz920.2 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Taiwan (TW) // AS923 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN
Sentrius RG1xx
455-00028Buy Now
N/A Sentrius™ RG186 Gateway – 868 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet It is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) United Kingdom (UK) // EU863-870
Sentrius Gateway
455-00102
Recommended for New Design (RND)
Buy Now
N/A Sentrius RG1xx Gateway - 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet External QCA (CSR) 8811, QCA AR6004, Semtech SX1301/1257 2483 MHz2400 MHz5825 MHz5150 MHz924.8 MHz920.2 MHzIt is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase. Ethernet Web-based Interface (WebLCM) Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet) IoT Gateway Singapore (SG) // AS923 Hostless 802.11abgn, LoRaWAN

Development Kits

  • 450-00107-K2

    450-00107-K2

    Additional Description
    Sentrius RG191 Gateway - Including LoRaWAN (915MHz), Wi-Fi, Ethernet & LTE
    Antenna Type
    External
    Logical Interfaces
    Ethernet
    Learn More

Documentation

Name Part Type Last Updated
Overview - Understanding LoRa All Documentation 02/28/2019
RoHS 3 - Packaged and Cellular Products All Certification 10/07/2021
Application Note - Setting Up Basics Station on ChirpStack All Application Note 08/20/2020
The Things Stack cert. ca_minimal - no comments All Software 04/08/2021
ISED ICES-003 Issue 7 Declaration of Compliance All Certification 05/18/2021
User Guide/Datasheet - RG1xx + RG191+LTE All Documentation 11/14/2023
PCN 8G-2021 – RG1xx All Documentation 08/13/2021
PCN 1E-2022 - RG186-M2 All Documentation 01/26/2022
AT&T Certification - RG191+LTE All Certification 11/28/2022
Verizon Certification - RG191+LTE All Certification 11/28/2022
Release Notes - RG1xx + RG191+LTE v93.9.6.44 All Documentation 03/16/2023
PCN_6A-2023 - RG1xx All Documentation 07/05/2023
Release Notes - RG1xx + RG191+LTE v93.9.6.57 All Documentation 07/24/2023
Application Note - Setting Up the RG1xx Wi-Fi Profile via AVsystem All Application Note 08/14/2023
Application Note - RG1xx AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN All Application Note 09/05/2023
Application Note - RG1xx/RS1xx AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN All Application Note 09/05/2023
Release Notes - RG1xx + RG191+LTE v93.9.6.77 All Documentation 09/07/2023
Product Brief - Sentrius RG1xx Series Gateway 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
455-00102
RG186
RG191
Product Brief 03/21/2023
900 MHz Compatible Antennas for RG191 - Datasheet 450-0191
RG191
Datasheet 05/08/2019
FCC and ISED Certifications - RG191 RG191 Certification 12/18/2020
NCC Certifications - RG191 455-00054
RG191
Certification 12/18/2020
AS/NZS Certifications - RG191 455-00055
455-00057
RG191
Certification 12/18/2020
Quick Start Guide - Sentrius RG1xx v3.0 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
455-00102
RG186
RG191
Documentation 03/05/2020
Application Note - Setting up Basic station on the Things Stack v3 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
455-00102
RG186
RG191
Application Note 08/09/2021
Application Note - Setting up Basic Station on The Things Network (TTN v2) 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
455-00102
RG186
RG191
Application Note 05/06/2021
PCN 3A-2020 – RG1xx 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
RG186
RG191
Documentation 04/27/2020
PCN 9A-2018 - RG1xx 450-0190
450-0191
RG186
RG191
Documentation 11/26/2019
PCN 10A-2018 - RG1xx 450-0190
450-0191
RG186
RG191
Documentation 01/17/2019
PCN 11A-2019 - RG1xx 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
RG186
RG191
Documentation 11/25/2019
PCN_11A-2022 - RG1xx 450-00107-K2
450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
455-00054
455-00055
455-00056
455-00057
455-00102
RG186
RG191
Documentation 11/11/2022
EU Certifications - RG186 and RG186-M2 450-0190
450-0191
455-00028
RG186
RG186-M2
Certification 01/07/2021
868 MHz Compatible Antennas for RG186 - Datasheet 450-0190
455-00028
RG186
Datasheet 05/08/2019
PCN 2B-2021 – RG1xx 450-0190
455-00028
RG186
Documentation 11/06/2022
Product Brief - Sentrius RG1XX-M.2 Concentrator Card RG186-M2
RG191-M2
Product Brief 04/06/2021
Datasheet - Sentrius RG1xx-M2 Concentrator Card RG186-M2
RG191-M2
Datasheet 11/08/2022
M2 Concentrator Card - Sample JSON files.zip RG186-M2
RG191-M2
Software 01/17/2019
FCC and ISED Certifications - RG191-M2 RG191-M2 Certification 12/19/2020
Product Brief – Sentrius RG191+LTE 450-00107-K2 Product Brief 03/21/2023
FCC and ISED Certifications - RG191+LTE 450-00107-K2 Certification 11/12/2020
Release Notes – RG191+LTE v93.9.5.7 – Pre RG1xx integration 450-00107-K2 Documentation 08/13/2021
Regulatory Information - RG191+LTE 450-00107-K2 Certification 06/10/2021

FAQ

Is there a way to perform a factory reset via the web UI and/or TR-069 on the RG1xx?

Unfortunately, this is currently not supported and physical access to the unit(s) would be required. You cannot factory reset a RG1xx gateway through the web UI or by using the TR-069 protocol remotely. See here for general instructions and information on this process.

Can I really expect 15 km distance transmission using LoRaWAN in my day to day application operation?

All Laird Connectivity LoRa products should be referred as LoRaWAN as they all supports its protocol. LoRaWAN protocol make use of LoRa Chirp Spectrum Modulation within a license-free sub-gigahertz frequency band that allow to transmit regularly small packets up to 15km. 

It’s important to consider that 15km can only be achieved within absolute best conditions, some of which would be an outdoor “line of sight” transmission, interference free environment, ideal humidity/temperature, highest Spreading Factor, ect… Such range magnitude cannot represent any “real world” distance transmission and shouldn’t be expected by default.

What LoRaWAN specification does RG1xx support?

Let's break down the LoRaWAN classes for a clearer understanding:

Class A: Energy-efficient, with uplink transmissions followed by sporadic downlink listening for incoming messages, suitable for low-power devices.

Class B: Features scheduled receive windows in addition to Class A behavior, offering a balance between energy efficiency and predictable downlink communication times.

Class C: Maintains an open receive window, allowing near-continuous downlink reception for immediate responses, but consumes more power compared to Class A and B.

For more in-depth information on LoRaWAN classes, you can refer to:

https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/docs/lorawan/classes/


Now, let's talk about RG1xx's LoRaWAN support:

  • The RG1xx fully supports LoRaWAN v1.0.2.
  •  The LoRaWAN v1.0.3 introduces full support for unicast and multicast class B devices. The sections regarding class A and class C remain unchanged from LoRaWAN v1.0.2, except for the addition of a new MAC command called "DeviceTimeRequest," which is used to synchronize a device's real-time clock. If your devices operate in class A or class C, there is no need to upgrade to LoRaWAN v1.0.3. However, if you plan to use class B, it is recommended to utilize LoRaWAN v1.0.3.

Considering this information, it's important to note that our RG1xx supports LoRaWAN v1.0.3 for Class A and C, but it does not support Class B due to the absence of a GPS onboard module in the gateway.

Does ACS initiate the connection to RG1xx for check-in?

No, RG1xx connectes to ACS and checks in see if it has any waiting directives. If not, it disconnects. 

How can I downgrade firmware for RG1xx?

You can load a specific version of firmware by using the following URL with replacement of <ga_version> with the actual GA release version. The GA version can be found in release notes.  

https://connectivity-firmware.s3.amazonaws.com/rg1xx-lora-gateway/firmware/<ga_version>/fw.txt


For example, GA6.2 is desired firmware to be downgraded to, the URL should be the following: 

https://connectivity-firmware.s3.amazonaws.com/rg1xx-lora-gateway/firmware/GA6.2/fw.txt



How does Laird's RG1xx LoRaWAN Gateway synchronize the clock?

RG1xx uses ntpd (Network Time Protocol Daemon) to synchronize the clock by exchanging messages with external time server. 

What is the default check-in time for AVSystem?

If you are using the remote management through Laird account of AVSystem, the default check-in time is 300 seconds. This can be changed under Settings > Remote Management Service in the RG1xx web UI. 

What is the absolute maximum supply voltage for the RG1XX?

As per RG191 User Guide/Datasheet the absolute maximum supply voltage for the RG1XX is recommended to be 12V. While some components may be able to tolerate higher voltages, the entire system is designed to operate optimally at 12V. Deviating a little from this value is possible, but it is essential to be cautious about power dissipation and other potential implications which may damage the components of the gateway. Hence using higher supply voltage is not recommended and it will also void the warranty.

How to trigger and perform a factory reset on the RG1xx gateway?

A factory reset on the RG1xx gateway can be used to reset all settings to their default values − at any time. This process restores the original "factory" condition of your RG1xx gateway. It is recommended for troubleshooting purposes or for users who no longer have access to the web UI. Please note that a factory reset is irreversible, therefore there is no way to recover your previous configuration. It is also required to reconfigure your RG1xx gateway once the factory reset has been completed. If possible, we advise developers and system integrators to back up their existing settings before continuing.

Please follow the instructions in our latest Sentrius RG1xx / RG191+LTE User Guide under section 9.8 (Factory Reset). If this approach does not work for you, try the following:

First remove the power supply from your RG1xx gateway completely for at least 10 seconds. Press and hold down the User Button. Do not release the User Button. Now restore the power supply while the User Button is still pressed. Wait until all LEDs start flashing. Release the User Button and observe the LEDs while the RG1xx gateway is performing the factory reset in the background. This usually does not take longer than 3 minutes and your RG1xx gateway might restart automatically afterwards. Do not remove the power supply while the LEDs are flashing. This means that the factory reset is still in progress.

Does the RG1xx gateway support Bluetooth Classic and/or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)?

Unfortunately, there is currently no built-in driver or software support to utilize any Bluetooth Classic / Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) features. For this reason, the Bluetooth radio is completely disabled and cannot be used from a user perspective. Please note that from a pure hardware point of view the RG1xx gateway is leveraging our WB50NBT wireless bridge module which is featuring the CSR8811 chipset from Qualcomm (formerly Cambridge Silicon Radio or CSR), so technically proper support for Bluetooth could be implemented at a later stage in the future. However, at this time there no plans to offer a RG1xx gateway with Bluetooth support from our side.

Is it possible to change the region settings on the RG1xx gateway afterwards?

No. Our RG1xx gateways ship with a region lock; each region is using a different power table due to different regulatory reasons and requirements which we must comply with. We do not allow nor support to modify the region settings, so you must purchase the appropriate model for the desired region of operation. If you bought the wrong model for your region, we advise you to get in touch with your seller or distributor and ask for a RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization).

Based on the part number we set the region settings during manufacturing for each RG1xx gateway individually. The only exception here is for the Australian variant where you can toggle between the AU915 and AU923 regions in the web UI. Please find a complete list of all available part numbers with the corresponding regions in our latest Sentrius RG1xx / RG191+LTE User Guide under section 2.3 (Ordering Information).

What LoRaWAN MAC version does the RS1xx support?

LoRaWAN version: MAC V1.0.2
Regional Parameters version: PHY V1.0.2 REV B

Where are the access keys for the gateway in TTI (The Things Industries) v3?

The access keys used in TTN v2 are not used anymore in TTN v3 the API key is used instead. Follow the below steps to create an API Key for an application from The Things Stack Console.

 

  1. Navigate to your application.
  2. Select the API Keys section on the left menu and click the + Add API Key button.
  3. Fill in the Name and select the Rights of your API key.
  4. Click on the Create API Key button in order to create the API key. This will open the API key information screen.

 

Note: Please make sure to save your API key at this point because it will no longer be retrievable after you leave the page.

What is IP rating

IP stands for Ingress Protection. Its a standard we use to check the sealability of a product once it is installed.

It is composed as IP## , where first digit is for dust/solid objects and the 2nd digit, is for liquids.
Here is the meaning for each numerical code:

First Digit Description
0 No protection
1 Ingress of solid object diameter 50 mm is protected
2 Ingress of solid object diameter 12.5 mm is protected
3 Ingress of solid object diameter 2.5 mm is totally protected
4 Ingress of solid object diameter 1.0 mm is totally protected
5 Protected against harmful dust
6 Totally protected against dust

2nd Digit Description
0 No protection no protection against liquid object No test
1 Protection against water drop vertically
2 Protection against water drop 15° Tilt from its normal position
3 Protection against water spray 60° from the vertical direction
4 Protection from water splash from all direction
5 Protection from water jets from all direction
6 Protection from strong water jets from all direction
7 Protection from water dip 1 m depth water for 30 min
8 Protection from water sink should be decided between customer and manufacturer

Can the RS1xx AS923 (455-00063) work with an AU915 gateway which uses overlapping channels to AS923?

No, an RS1xx AS923 sensor will not work with an AU915 gateway because it cannot receive the downlink packets due to differing bandwidth and frequency plans used and therefore will drop off the network.

How many end-devices can a LoRaWAN gateway support?

End-devices do not actually make a connection with a gateway. End-devices broadcast to all gateways within range and the gateway forward packets to a network server if it can hear them. So, a gateway does not have a hard number for supporting devices and it is rather dependent on how much bandwidth a gateway can support. For example, factors such as payload size, interval of each data transmission or data rate being used can affect how much air time is consumed and therefore the gateway processes. Also environment factors should be considered.   

It's normally best to experiment with real devices in actual sites in order to figure out how many devices can transmit data without much data loss, using desired configuration/setup.

What is Laird Connectivity's product lifecycle EOL and PCN policy?

Laird Connectivity is committed to the long-term supply of all its standard embedded wireless modules and packaged products. Laird Connectivity’s products are specifically designed to meet the needs of the industrial and medical markets, which typically require 7 – 10 years product lifecycle. Although Laird Connectivity can’t guarantee that a component used in our products will not be obsoleted and cannot be reasonably substituted, Laird Connectivity can assure customers we will continue to sell our product when we have customer demand and can obtain the necessary components to build our products.

View our full policy here. 

How do I check if all the needed ports are open for my network server installed in Linux machine

If your network servers is installed in Linux machine,
iptables --list shows what ports are allowed. Make sure all the intended ports are included here.

The below is an example of output on a machine that had Chirpstack installed.

root@ip-172-31-17-202:/home/ubuntu/Variants# iptables --list

Chain INPUT (policy DROP)

target prot opt source destination

ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:ssh
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:http
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:https
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:1883
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:1884
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:8083
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:8883
ACCEPT udp -- anywhere anywhere udp dpt:1700
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:3001
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:8886
ACCEPT all -- anywhere anywhere ctstate RELATED,ESTABLISHED
ACCEPT all -- anywhere anywhere


Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT)

target prot opt source destination

Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT)

target prot opt source destination

ACCEPT all -- anywhere anywhere

 

Can the RG1xx UI be accessed on a cellular network

If you have normal RG1xx (non LTE version) and add Ethernet to Cellular bridging capability, you can access to RG1xx UI via port forwarding but with the following requirement

  • need to forward whatever external port to internal port 443 to reach the gateway on that bridging device.
  • Cellular provider allows incoming connections on that port.

 

Can AS923 and AU915 networks coexist in the same area?

Yes, as long as they are operating on different networks such that AS923 sensors talk to the AS923 gateway and vice versa for AU915 devices. 

How do I wake up the RM1xx from deep sleep?

Once the RM1xx is put into deep sleep, it can wake up by detecting an external GPIO signal. GpioSetFunc can be used to configure which pin to use in order to wake up from deep sleep.

From the definition of GPIOSETFUNC (nSigNum, nFunction, nSubFunc), when the GPIO pin is configured to DIGITAL_IN (nFunction = DIGITAL_IN), nSubFunc parameter's bit 4 and 5 control when it wakes up the radio.

Bits 4, 5

0x10 When in deep sleep mode, awake when this pin is LOW
0x20 When in deep sleep mode, awake when this pin is HIGH
Else No effect in deep sleep mode

For example, the following line of code sets GPIO pin# 28 to trigger waking up RM1xx from deep sleep when it goes from HIGH to LOW. rc = GpioSetFunc(28,0x01,0x23)

Refer to GpioSetFunc defined in RM1xx BLE Central smartBASIC Extensions Guide v1.1 for more details.

What is the differnce between the RG1xx LoRaWAN Gateway and lower cost gateways?

There are a number of low cost hobbiest gateways on the market based on devices such as the Raspberry Pi, paired with a Semtech SX1272/SX1276, normally used in a LoRaWAN node. These low cost gateways often are single channel devices, operating on a single spreading factor. A single channel gateway can miss many of the LoRaWAN messages broadcast. The Laird RG1xx is an 8 channel gateway based on the industry standard Semtech SX1301/SX1257 chipset providing a scaleable solution able to receive on multiple channels/spreading factors at the same time.

What is LoRaWAN 923 requirement on end devices?

LoRaWAN 1.02 spec requires the end-devices to broadcast JoinReq message on Freq 923.2-923.4 Mhz.  The max output power is 14dBm. The end devices can only use SF10BW125 to join the network, which is DR2.

Are there any reset timing requirements for RG1xx-M2?

M2 card reset pin is active high and you need to hold the line high for 100ns min after power supply has stabilized

Is the SPI on RG1xx-M2 a master or slave?

SPI on RG1xx M2 is slave mode only

What is the voltage level of the SPI communication bus for RG1xx-M2 card.

The Sentrius M2 Card's SPI logic level is at 3.3V.
 

What is the functionality of pin 38 GPS 1PPS?

This is an output from a GPS module on the RG1xx. The 1PPS is a standard output from GPS modules. Currently GPS is not supported on the RG1xx.

What is the functionality of pin 71 for RG1xx-M.2 concentrator?

PIN 71 is an input to the RG191 and is the reset  for the SX1301.

What is the functionality of pin 41 for RG1xx-M.2 concentrator?

Pin 41 is used to identify the type of M.2 card.

What is the part number and the e-cad models of the 75-pin connector for connecting the RG191 LoRa module?

The Connector for the RG1xx Concentrator Card on the Sentrius RG1xx is a standard PCIE M.2 Key connector.
There are various suppliers for these connectors but the Sentrius Gateway uses a Kyocera, Part# 24 6411 067 401 894 E.

Generic ECAD Models can be downloaded from Mouser

Become a Laird Connectivity Customer and Gain Exclusive Access to Our Design Services Team

  • Antenna Scans
  • Antenna selection and placement
  • Custom antenna design
  • Worldwide EMC testing / certifications
  • Embedded RF hardware / firmware design
  • Cloud architecture and integration
  • Mobile application development
  • Product & Industrial Design

Talk to an Expert

Buy Now

Distributor Part In Stock Region Buy
Mouser 450-00107-K2 53 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 450-00107-K2 17 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 450-00107-K2 10 North America Buy Now
Avnet 450-00107-K2 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics 450-00107-K2 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 450-0190 18 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 450-0190 10 North America Buy Now
Mouser 450-0190 2 North America Buy Now
Avnet 450-0190 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 450-0190 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 450-0191 19 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 450-0191 14 North America Buy Now
Avnet 450-0191 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 450-0191 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 450-0191 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00028 11 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00028 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00028 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00028 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00028 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00054 5 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00054 3 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00054 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00054 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00054 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00055 13 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00055 2 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00055 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00055 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00055 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00056 2 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00056 2 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00056 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00056 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00056 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00057 53 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00057 9 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00057 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00057 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00057 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 455-00102 2 North America Buy Now
Avnet 455-00102 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 455-00102 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 455-00102 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 690-1002 4 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 690-1002 4 North America Buy Now
Avnet 690-1002 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 690-1002 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 690-1002 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 690-1003 9 North America Buy Now
Avnet 690-1003 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey 690-1003 0 North America Buy Now
Mouser 690-1003 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics 690-1003 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG186 105 North America Buy Now
Farnell RG186 22 EMEA Buy Now
Mouser RG186 22 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics RG186 10 North America Buy Now
Avnet RG186 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG186 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG186 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG186 0 North America Buy Now
Avnet RG186-M2 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG186-M2 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG186-M2 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics RG186-M2 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG191 767 North America Buy Now
Mouser RG191 79 North America Buy Now
Farnell RG191 10 EMEA Buy Now
Avnet RG191 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG191 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG191 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG191 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics RG191 0 North America Buy Now
Avnet RG191-M2 0 North America Buy Now
DigiKey RG191-M2 0 North America Buy Now
Future Electronics RG191-M2 0 North America Buy Now
Symmetry Electronics RG191-M2 0 North America Buy Now

Distributors

Distributor Phone Number Region Website
Alpha Micro UK Only +44 1256-851770
EMEA Website
Arrow Electronics 1-855-326-4757
+44 2039 365486
APAC, North America, South America, EMEA Website
Avnet 1-480-643-2000
+44 1628 512900
APAC, North America, South America, EMEA Website
Braemac Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia +61 2 9550 6600
+64 9 477 2148
APAC Website
Cal-Chip Connect 1-215-942-8900
North America Website
DigiKey 1-800-344-4539
North America, South America, APAC, EMEA Website
EBV Elektronik EMEA Website
Farlink Technology China, Hong Kong +86 13266922199
APAC Website
Farnell 1-800-936-198
+44 3447 11 11 22
EMEA Website
Future Electronics 1-800-675-1619
1-514-428-8470
North America, South America, APAC, EMEA Website
Glyn +49-6126-590-0
EMEA Website
Jetronic China, Hong Kong and Taiwan 852-27636806 
APAC Website
Laird Connectivity 1-847-839-6925
+44 1628 858941
North America, South America, APAC, EMEA Website
M2M Germany +49-6081-587386-0
EMEA Website
Martinsson +46 8 7440300
EMEA Website
McCoy South East Asia +65 6515 2988
APAC Website
Mouser 1-800-346-6873
+44 1494 427500
North America, South America, APAC, EMEA Website
RS Components +852-2421-9898
+44 3457-201201
North America, South America, APAC, EMEA Website
Ryoyo Japan +81-3-3543-7711
APAC Website
Solsta UK Only +44 (0) 1527 830800
EMEA Website
Supreme Components International India, South East Asia +65 6848-1178
APAC Website
Symmetry Electronics 1-866-506-8829
North America Website
Tekdis Australia and New Zealand +61 3 8669 1210
APAC Website
Telsys +972 3 7657666
EMEA Website
WPG +44 1628 958460
EMEA Website