The CubeCell Capsule is the ideal LoRaWAN sensor with a very small volume of 38cc self-contained unit, that is with in an IP67 housing either fully enclosed or with a Gore-Tex™ gas membrane to allow sensed gasses to be detected. The capsule provides for a well-designed LoRaWAN Node that provides all the basic needs to communicate to LoraWAN gateway the sensed information. It is power efficient, easily configured and supports a wide range of “Out the box Sensors” as well as those of your own design. The key aspects of the Capsule are:
- Ultra-low power design, 3.5uA in deep sleep via 3.3v supply of 10uA when sleeping and supplied from the LiPo battery supplied.
- Has a 100mAh battery wired for use and is charged before dispatch and requires a sketch to be loaded to take the unit out of long-term sleep. The battery has a typical life of 3 month with transmission of 29 bytes every 5 minutes at SF7.– The unit complies with international regulations regarding transportation by: land or Air or if carried in luggage or sent by post as it is connected to the device and contain very low level of Lithium.
- Supports solar energy management, can directly connect with a 5.5~7V solar panel via external connections integrates with a lithium battery management system (charge and discharge management, overcharge protection.
- The version supplied by SecureThings is supplied with a O ring seal to provide long-terms weather proof seal and 100mAh battery.
- Arduino-Compatible and programming can be carried out using a USB to serial with correct lead or using the optional Debug board standard sketches available!
- CE and FCC certification;
- Based on ASR605x (ASR6501), which integrates the PSoC® 4000 series MCU (ARM® Cortex® M0+ Core) and SX126X (the latest Semtech LoRaWAN chips);
- LoRaWAN 1.0.3 support;
- Optional USB debug Micro USB interface with complete ESD protection, with integrated CP2102 USB to serial port chip, convenient for program downloading, debugging information ;
Pictures’ below show the CubeCell Capsule disassembled, showing in order:
- The sensor end;
- The RF/ Antenna end and battery;
- Open showing battery and O Ring seals