The DLOS8 is an open source outdoor LoRaWAN Gateway. It lets you bridge LoRa wireless network to an IP network via WiFi, Ethernet, 3G or 4G cellular. The LoRa wireless allows users to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates.
The DLOS8 uses semtech packet forwarder and fully compatible with LoRaWAN protocol. It includes a SX1301 LoRaWAN concentrator, which provide 10 programmable parallel demodulation paths.
DLOS8 has pre-configured standard LoRaWAN frequency bands to use for different countries. User can also customized the frequency bands to use in their own LoRaWAN network.
DLOS8 can communicate with ABP LoRaWAN end node without LoRaWAN server. System integrator can use it to integrate with their existing IoT Service without set up own LoRaWAN server or use 3rd party LoRaWAN service.
Open Source OpenWrt system
Managed by Web GUI, SSH via LAN or WiFi
Emulates 49x LoRa demodulators
Outdoor LoRaWAN Gateway
10 programmable parallel demodulation paths
LoRaWAN packet filtering
Far seeing LED indicator
Built-in GPS module for location & timing
External fiber glass antenna
Power Consumption:12v 300 ~500mA
Smart Buildings & Home Automation
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
1 x SX1301 + 2 x 1257 LoRa Tranceiver
10M/100M RJ45 Ports x 1
1 x 2.4G WiFi (802.11 bgn)
1 x USB host port
Power by 12v DC or PoE
Weight: 1.7 KG
Volume Weight: 2.5kg
XXX: Frequency Band
868: For Bands: EU868,IN865
915: For Bands: US915,AU915,AS923,KR920
YYY: Cellular Option
4G Cellular Option
EC25-AU: with Quectel EC25-AU for Latin America, New Zeland, Taiwan
EC25-E:with Quectel EC25-E for EMEA, Korea, Thailand, India.
EC25-A: with Quectel EC25-A for North America/ Rogers/AT&T/T-Mobile.
EC25-J: with Quectek EC25-J for Japan, DOCOMO/SoftBank/ KDDI