LoRa Modules

35 LoRa Modules from 13 Manufacturers meet your specification.

LoRa modules from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Narrow down on LoRa modules based on frequency, data rate, power and various other parameters. View product specifications, download datasheets and get pricing on the modules.

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  • Technology: LoRa
Description:Ultra-Long Range, Low-Power Sub-GHz Radio Module
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
863 to 870 MHz
Integrated Antenna:
No
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.6 V
Data Rate:
0.24 to 50 Kbps
Output Power:
15 dBm
Sensitivity:
-138 to -128 dBm
Interface Type:
UART, SPI, I2C
more info
Description:LoRa Radio Module with Active Steering Technology
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
863 to 915 MHz
Supply Voltage:
2.5 to 3.6 V
Output Power:
14 to 19 dBm
Sensitivity:
-138 dBm
Interface Type:
UART
more info
Description:LoRa Edge™ Transceiver for Multi-Band Worldwide Asset Management
Technology:
LoRa, WiFi
Frequency:
434 - 915 MHz / 2412 - 2484 MHz
WiFi Standards:
802.11 b/g/n
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.7 V
Data Rate:
1 to 2 Mbps
Output Power:
Up to 22 dBm
more info
Description:868 / 915 MHz, Dual in Line LoRa Module
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
868 / 915 MHz
Integrated Antenna:
No
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.7 V
Data Rate:
300 kbps
Output Power:
22 dBm
Sensitivity:
-148 dBm
Interface Type:
SPI
more info
Description:LoRaWAN + BLE Module with Integrated Antenna
Technology:
Bluetooth, LoRa
Frequency:
868/915 MHz (LoRa), 2.4 GHz
Bluetooth Standards:
Bluetooth v5
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Supply Voltage:
1.9 to 3.6 V
Output Power:
4 dBm (Bluetooth), 15 dBm (LoRa)
Sensitivity:
-95 dBm (Bluetooth), -137 dBm (LoRa)
Interface Type:
GPIOs
more info
Description:100 Km LoRa/LoRaWAN IoT Module from 860 to 1020 MHz
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
860 to 1020 MHz
Supply Voltage:
1.9 to 3.6 V
Output Power:
17 to 19.5 dBm
Sensitivity:
-137 dBm
Interface Type:
12C, UART, SPI, USB
more info
Description:LoRa Module for Industrial and Agriculture Applications
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
902 to 928 MHz
Integrated Antenna:
No
Supply Voltage:
2.5 to 5.5 V
Data Rate:
0.7 to 21.8 kbps
Output Power:
30 dBm
Interface Type:
UART, USB, 12C
more info
Description:LoRa Module for Long-Range and Low-Power IoT Applications
Technology:
LoRa
Supply Voltage:
2 to 3.6 V
Data Rate:
0.018 to 62.5 kb/s
Output Power:
22 dBm
Sensitivity:
-148 dBm
Interface Type:
12C, UART, ADC, GPIO
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Description:LoRa Module for Asset Tracking, Smart Cities, Industrial and IoT Applications
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
860 to 930 MHz
Supply Voltage:
3.9 V
Interface Type:
12C, SPI, UART, USB
more info
Description:Sub-GHz Low Power LoRa Module
Technology:
LoRa
Frequency:
863 to 928 MHz
Supply Voltage:
1.8 to 3.5 V
Data Rate:
2 to 4 kbps
Output Power:
18.5 dBm
Sensitivity:
-136 dBm
Interface Type:
GPIO, SPI, SWD, UART, USB, I2C
more info

What is a LoRa Module?

A LoRa module is a device that provides wireless connectivity over the LoRaWAN protocol. LoRa is a wireless technology that offers long range, low power and secure data transmission for M2M and IoT applications. LoRa modules usually consists of a LoRa transceiver and an MCU followed by additional components like RF switches, LNAs, TXCOs etc.

LoRa modules consume very little power and have a long range of 2-5 km (urban) and up to 15 km (suburban). They are used in IoT devices that run on battery power and are connected to a large network spanning hundreds of nodes spread over a large area. 

Important parameters when looking for a LoRa module:

Frequency: The frequency used by Lora Technology is different in different countries. So based on the country of applications it is important to pick the frequency of the LoRa module. Click here to see LoRa frequency bands in various countries.

Range: This is the maximum distance up to which a LoRa module can transmit and receive wireless signals.

Data Rate: This is the maximum speed at which the LoRa module can transmit and receive data.

Modulation schemes: Modulation is the process of converting data into wireless signals so that it can be transmitted. The modulation technique used can affect transmission speed, amount of transferable data and range up to which data can be transferred. A LoRa module may support several modulation techniques for the transmission of data. 

Current consumption: LoRa modules consume very little power due to power saving technologies for battery-powered operation. They have significantly different power consumptions when in transmit/receive mode versus when in idle/sleep mode.

Interfaces: A LoRa module is connected to the device via an interface. A LoRa module may support several interfaces through which it can be controlled. Some common interfaces include I2C, UART, SPI etc.

everything RF lists LoRa Modules from the leading manufacturers. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Once you find parts that meet your specification, download the data sheet, compare products and request quotations. Inquiries sent via everything RF are directed to the manufacturers who get back to you with a quote or information.

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