Sentrius RM1xx LoRa + BLE Module
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Specifications

Antenna Options
Dipole Antenna
Antenna Type
External
Bluetooth Version
4
Chipset
LoRa: Semtech Sx1272. BLE: Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822
Chipset (Wireless)
Semtech SX1272, Nordic nRF51822
Connector
USB Pluggable
Data Rate
LoRa: 980 bps - 21.9 kbps. BLE: 1 Mbps.
Development Kit Contents
Development Kit DVK-RM191 and Free Software Tools
Frequency Range (Max)
928 MHz
Frequency Range (Min)
902 MHz
Input Power
2.1V - 3.5V Internal DCDC converter. 1.8V - 2.1V Internal LDO.
LoRa Version Class
LoRaWAN 1.01 (End Device)
Logical Interfaces
Serial, GPIO, SPI, I2C, ADC
OS/Software
smartBASIC
Output Power
2mW and 32mW
Power Consumption (Rx)
15.3 mA
Power Consumption (Tx)
45.7 mA
Product Type
Development Kit
Protocols
LoRa Class A and Bluetooth Low Energy
Range
LoRa: Up to 15 km. BLE: Up to 100 m.
Receive Sensitivity
LoRa: -126 dBm. BLE: -91 dBm.
System Architecture
Hostless
Technology
Bluetooth 4.1, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE), LoRaWAN
Transmit Power (Max)
+15.5 dBm
Wireless Specification
LoRa MAC Class A Specification

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FAQ

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. 

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.

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 enable the Built-in VSP functionality on the Peripheral role DVK-RM1xx?

In order to enable the built-in VSP functionality on the DVK-RM1xx, SIO_28 must be tied to VCC. There is a jumper, J6, on the DVK-RM1xx board that brings out SIO_28 but it ties it to GND instead of VCC so some alterations must be made.  Using a red jumper cable, connect J6 pin 1 (SIO_28) to J11 pin 3, VCC_LORA, this enables VSP.  Now, select the nAutorun jumper, J12, depending on which VSP mode is needed: nAutorun (SIO_25) == GND (J12 pins 1-2) puts the module into VSP OTA mode which can be used to download smartBASIC scripts OTA to the module.  nAutorun (SIO_25) == VCC (J12 pins 2-3) puts the module into VSP Bridge mode which can be used as a serial cable replacement to transfer UART data.  Now, reset the DVK-RM1xx or power cycle it and it should begin advertising for a VSP connection. If you do not see the advertisements then remove jumpers J10 (DTR) and J5 (RTS) and reset or power cycle the DVK-RM1xx again.  If you are still having issues getting the board to advertise for a VSP connection, please contact support.