Home > Buy Products > Bluetooth Modules > PW1-928 RF Data Transceiver Module

Bluetooth Serial Adapter - PW1-928 RF Data Transceiver Module

The PW1-928 RF transceiver module is designed for reliable bi-directional transfer of digital data over distances of over 300 feet in cluttered urban environments (over half a mile in true line of sight).

Request a Quote


For quantity discount Request a Quote


The PW1-928 RF transceiver module is designed for reliable bi-directional transfer of digital data over distances of over 300 feet in cluttered urban environments (over half a mile in true line of sight). Operating in the 902 to 928MHz frequency band, the module generates a nominal +7dBm into a 50-ohm load and achieves an outstanding RX sensitivity of–112dBm.

The module uses the industry standard LoRa direct sequence chirp spreading protocol combined with a proprietary data structure to both simplify user implementation and to significantly improve packet transmission reliability. It has a Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) serial interface that can be directly connected to typical microcontrollers, RS-232 converters or USB adaptors. The module automatically handles all radio functions resulting in a true UART-to-antenna wireless link. Configuration setup is also accessed through the UART interface.

Features

  • True "asynchronous UART to aerial" solution
  • Direct sequence (chirp) spread spectrum
  • 9.6kbps user payload data rate
  • Uses highly robust augmented LoRa protocol
  • Low power standby and TX-from-standby modes
  • Adjustable output power
  • User programmable address and channel-group
  • 3.3-volt logic I/O
  • Digital RSSI (read via serial port)

Applications

  • Direct RS-232/485 wire replacement
  • Asset tracking
  • Automated meter reading
  • Industrial/home automation
  • Wireless sensors
  • Remote data logging
  • Fleet management
  • Traffic and display signs
  • Mass-transit communications
  • Oil and gas sensing

 

MY CART
You have: 0 items
Cart Sub-Total: $0.00
MY CART
Site by Delgar.net