The current market offers expensive gateways or undeveloped models for outdoor use.
Today, the solution adapted to this lack is called LORIX One. With more than 10 years of experience in
the deployment of WiFi gateways, we have designed a small, high-performance, easy gateway
to be deployed and adapted to any climate.
Any company can now create a professional and economical LoRa network. A Linux system
embedded and fully open allows simple integration on a Cloud (preconfigured loriot).
We wish you every success with your future LORIX One gateways!
ARM Cortex -A5 600MHz
128MBytes DDR2 200MHZ
HW < 1.0d : 256MBytes flash with PMECC
HW > 1.0d2 : 512MBytes flash with PMECC
Linux Yocto 4.4
Base configuration and factory reset
Loriot gateway application / SSH server / Python / Toolchain/sources completely open
Ethernet 10/100Mbps with passive PoE 24VDC
Permits to bring power and data with only 1 cable
SD-CARD Slot to extend/replace the internal flash
USB connector providing serial interface to manage/update the gateway
SX1301 comme coeur du système LoRa
8 canaux, 49 démodulateurs @ 863-870MHz
Sensibilité RX: -140dBm
Puissance TX: 27dBm
PoE 24V passive
Operating ambient temperature
-30 à +55°C
200mm (7,87 inches) inclinable antenna @ 2dBi
IP65 500mm (19,68 inches) antenna @ 4.15dBi
The IP43 version is a semi-waterproof gateway with a drilled closing cap. of three holes. These will allow water to drain off in the event of condensation.
The IP65 version is a waterproof gateway with a pre-drilled closing cap, ideal for areas exposed to multi-directional water splashes.
The difference is only in the holes under the cap. A gateway IP65 can become IP43 by drilling the holes if it is to be moved into a different place. Drilling the plug allows you to modify your IP65 gateway to IP43, useful if the latter must be moved to a site with different constraints.