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

Accessories
N/A
Additional Description
Sentrius RG1xx Gateway 923 MHz, including LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi & Ethernet
Antenna Type
External
Chipset (Wireless)
Semtech SX1301/1257, CSR8811 A08, QCA6004
Frequency Range (Max)
2483 MHz
Frequency Range (Min)
2400 MHz
Frequency Range 2 (Max)
5825 MHz
Frequency Range 2 (Min)
5150 MHz
Frequency Range 3 (Max)
927.8 MHz
Frequency Range 3 (Min)
916 MHz
Information
It is not possible to switch/reconfigure the supported region after purchase
Logical Interfaces
Ethernet
OS/Software
Web-based Interface (WebLCM)
Part Group
Standard RG1xx (Wi-Fi / LoRa / Ethernet)
Product Type
IoT Gateway
Region
New Zealand (NZ)
System Architecture
Hostless
Technology
802.11abgn, LoRaWAN

Documentation

Name Part Type Last Updated
Product Brief - Sentrius RG1xx Series Gateway 455-00055 Product Brief 03/21/2023
Overview - Understanding LoRa 455-00055 Documentation 02/28/2019
AS/NZS Certifications - RG191 455-00055 Certification 12/18/2020
Quick Start Guide - Sentrius RG1xx v3.0 455-00055 Documentation 03/05/2020
Application Note - Setting up Basic station on the Things Stack v3 455-00055 Application Note 08/09/2021
Application Note - Setting up Basic Station on The Things Network (TTN v2) 455-00055 Application Note 05/06/2021
Application Note - Setting Up Basics Station on ChirpStack 455-00055 Application Note 08/20/2020
PCN 3A-2020 – RG1xx 455-00055 Documentation 04/27/2020
Application Note - RG1xx AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN 455-00055 Application Note 09/05/2023
PCN_11A-2022 - RG1xx 455-00055 Documentation 11/11/2022

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FAQ

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

All Ezurio (formerly 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.