Laird Connectivity Announces New Multi-Wireless Gateway Variant for Bridging LoRaWAN Devices to the Cloud
April 09, 2020
The RG191 + LTE is an ideal platform for long-range, low-power IoT applications.
Laird Connectivity has announced a new flexible multi-wireless gateway for bridging LoRaWAN devices to the cloud. The Sentrius RG191 + LTE Gateway is a LoRaWAN-enabled gateway version that now provides Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Cellular in one solution.
The RG191 + LTE is an ideal platform for long-range, low-power IoT applications. The gateway leverages Laird Connectivity's WB50NBT wireless bridge certified module and offers enterprise dual-band Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and now LTE CAT 1 for complete design freedom. According to the company, the RG1xx + LTE offers a LoRaWAN range up to 10 miles and is pre-loaded with various LoRa Packed Forwarder software.
The RG191 + LTE comes equipped with two enclosure options, including an IP67 variant for the harshest environments. Both variants work with Laird Connectivity's RS1xx sensor series for simple out-of-the-box integration. The software included on the RG191 + LTE enables hassle-free configuration of all wired and wireless interfaces, as well as simple drop-down presets for leading LoRaWAN network providers such as Senet, the Things Network (TTN), Semtech UDP forwarder, and Chirpstack.
The RG191 + LTE gateway is ideal for many of the most challenging industrial settings and applications, ranging from smart metering to equipment monitoring to municipal asset management and more.
The RG191 + LTE is fully certified for FCC, IC, and PTCRB with carrier support for AT&T and Verizon.
For more information, visit: https://www.lairdconnect.com/