The DWM-RAK4260 LPWAN Module is based on Microchip’s ATSAMR34J18B. It is a SiP device integrating a 32-bit ARM Cortex -M0+ MCU with a LoRa Transceiver in a compact BGA package.
The SAMR chip provides a number of highly configurable peripherals (configurable as I2C/SPI/UART interfaces). There are 12-bit ADC in addition to the aforementioned.
It is a perfect solution for any LoRaWAN® end node developer. The integration of the MCU and LoRa® transceiver reduces the size and minimizes costs. Having such a compact solution within a single package reduces time to market and allows for rapid development and deployment for a number of scenarios.
DWM-RAK4260 is a solution that is cost-efficient and flexible. It can be deployed in a wide variety of IoT scenarios that require the long-range connectivity and great battery life that LoRaWAN® provides.
If you need a complete development board, you can choose the RAK4260 Evaluation Board that has DWM-RAK4260 LoRa® Board pre-soldered in RAK4261, with RAK5005 development board included.
Complete documentation of this product can be found on our website documentation page.
You can find a comparison table of our LPWAN modules here.
High-quality Low power LoRa® device (Microchip ATSAMR34J18 SiP)
Fully supported 862 to 1020 MHz frequency coverage (all LoRaWAN® bands)
High level of accuracy and stability (32MHz TXCO)
Max Tx Power: 20dBm
Max Sensitivity (SF12 BW125kHz): -136dBm
Rx Current: 17mA (typical)
A rich selection of interfaces: I2C, SPI, ADC, UART, GPIOs
RAK4260 LPWAN Modules
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