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      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3
      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3

      LoRa LoRaWAN Gateway - 868MHz Kit with Raspberry Pi 3

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      Description

      LoRa is a perfect long-range wireless solution to create low-power, wide area networks.So far we have released several “LoRa” boards such as Seeeduino LoRaWan and Grove LoRa Radio etc. However if you want to build you own LoRa network, there are 3 things   that you should prepare to get started: a Gateway, at least one Node and a local server where you can monitor all your devices. 


      This kit provides all the basic elements you need: a Raspberry Pi 3, a Seeeduino LoRaWAN with GPS and a gateway & local server that allows you to collect and transfer data among all your LoRa nodes. By connecting the gateway with Seeeduino LoRaWAN and Grove modules, you can build your IOT prototype within minutes.


      Regarding the gateway module RHF0M301, it is a 10 channel(8 x Multi-SF + 1 x Standard LoRa + 1 x FSK) LoRaWan gateway moduel with a 24pin DIP port on board, users can easily connect the RHF0M301 with PRI 2 bridge RHF4T002, adapter for Raspberry Pi 3 and RHF0M301.


      There are several type of RHF0M301 distinguished by different communication frequency. This kit provides RHF0M301-868MHz (for the 915MHz version, please click here), so we also included a 868MHz antenna. Apart from that the kit also contains an 8GB SD card and USB cables, Ethernet Cables and other accessories. 


      Note:

      Please update the firmware when the first time to use it. Please always plug 3.7V Lipo battery in case USB power supply is not sufficient.



      Features

      • Low power consumption & wide area

      • Industrial standard reliability

      • Economic solution to build LoRa /LoRaWAN network

      • Rich Accessories of sensor and actuator

      • Real time monitoring

      Documents

      • For libraries and documents, please visit our Wiki  page.

      • For technical discussion, please come to our Forum.

      • For projects that you would like to share with the community, please visit Recipe.


      Technical Details

      Dimensions200mm x 130mm x 50mm
      WeightG.W 408g    
      BatteryExclude

      Part List

      Raspberry Pi 3 1
      Seeeduino LoRaWAN with GPS1
      Gateway module RHF0M301 – 8681
      PRI 2 Bridge RHF4T0021
      8GB Micro SD Card – Class 101
      USB to UART Adapter1
      0dBi Rubber Duck Antenna1
      Micro USB Cable 20cm1
      Micro USB Cable 100cm1
      RJ45 Ethernet Cable 200cm1
      5V/2.1A American Standard Adapter with Micro USB Connector1

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      Questions and Answers

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      I am trying to upload a blink sketch to Seeeduino LoRaWAN. But the Upolad process is pending. Note: I also chose Parallel Programmer.
      on Oct 25,2017
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      Hi there~ Could you please tell us more about your code.You can send your code to us via # techsupport@seeed.cc #. And please attach the screenshot of the erro info. Regards
      on Oct 25,2017 17:47 PM
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      I sent the email. Title is: "Upload is Pending to Seeeduino LoRaWAN"
      on Oct 25,2017 20:26 PM
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      Yes we have got your email, and we will give a feedback to you asap.Regards.
      on Oct 26,2017 09:55 AM
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      the document said the username/password is rxhf/risinghf but I cannot login and get the error "permission denied, please try again"
      on Jun 18,2017
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      Hi,there~Please enter the use name & password manually.Pay attention that there should not be any space key.If you still can not login,please let us know.Regards.
      on Sep 27,2017 14:08 PM
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      Hi, Cn this be used as a stand alone or do you need a cloud connection?
      on Jun 06,2017
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      Hi,there~You can use it both as stand alone mode and cloud connection mode.You can find a specific guide about those two mode at the end of our wiki page Resource-->User Manual.
      on Sep 27,2017 13:54 PM
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      Hi, I can use this gateway for geolocation of the nodes? This gateway have the LoRaWAN protocol?
      on Apr 20,2017
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      Yes,you can.And this gateway dose have the LoRaWAN protocol.
      on Sep 27,2017 10:09 AM
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      Could you add a picture with an assembled kit? that would be really usefull.
      on Apr 17,2017
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      Hi,there~You can find the assembled picture at the end of our wiki page Resource-->User Manual.
      on Sep 27,2017 13:56 PM
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      I'm using SSCOM to get the devAddr, but once I try to send the at+id command, the program actually asks for username and password, at which point it accesses the Raspberry device as if it would in SSH. How can I actually get the devAddr?
      on Oct 12,2017
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      Hi there~ The devAddr is the ID of Lora Node.For this kit is Seeeduino_LoRAWAN.So you should plug the Seeeduino_LoRAWAN into your computer and use Arduino IDE to upload the SerialUSB code below into Seeeduino_LoRAWAN.Code # http://wiki.seeed.cc/Seeeduino_LoRAWAN/#update-firmware # Then you can use SSCOM and at+id to get the devAddr.Regards
      on Nov 22,2017 16:27 PM
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      Are there the source codes of the LoraWan server? If they exist, where are they?
      on Jul 24,2017
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      Hi,luca~The source codes of the server is not available for customers, we do not have it either.Regards
      on Oct 16,2017 09:11 AM
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      What kind of Network Server should I use?
      on Jul 11,2017
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      Getting it up and running with The Things Network (http://www.thethingsnetwork.org) is the fastest way. Check out here: https://github.com/jpmeijers/ttn-resin-gateway-rpi
      on Jul 11,2017 20:27 PM
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      How can I get DevAddr and DevEui of the gateway device?
      on Jun 21,2017
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      Hi,there~You can use SSCOM to get device ID,then you can use the command "at+id" to get the DevAddr and DevEui.
      on Sep 27,2017 09:57 AM
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