LoRaWAN current loop 4-20 mA sensor TP-11

The TP-11 converter is designed for reading data from devices with 4-20 mA interface with subsequent accumulation and transfer of this information to the LoRaWAN® network.The battery for the converter is an irreplaceable battery with 6400 mA capacity. With battery power, the converter operates as Class A LoRaWAN® device. The converter can operate from an external power source with a voltage of 10 ... 36 V. In that case, the converter operates as Class C device.In addition, the TP-11 converter has two security inputs that trigger the alarm message to the LoRaWAN® network and two open-drain outputs for the external devices control.

4-20 mA current loop interface: 1

Open-drain outputs: 2

Security inputs: 2

USB-port: mini-USB, type B

Operating temperatures, °С: -40…+85

Built-in temperature sensor: yes

LoRaWAN® class: A or C depending on the presence of the external power supply

Number of LoRaWAN® channels: 16

Frequency plan: RU868, EU868, KZ865, custom (EU868 based)

Activation type: ABP or OTAA

Communication period: 5, 15, 30 minutes, 1, 6, 12 or 24 hours

Data collection period: 5, 15, 30 minutes, 1, 6, 12 or 24 hours

Antenna connector: SMA

Sensitivity: -138 dBm

Radio coverage within line of sight: up to 15 km

Radio coverage in restrained urban condi: up to 5 km

Transmitter power by default: 25 mW (configurable)

Maximum transmitter power: 100 mW

External power: 10...36 V

Battery type: 6400 mAh

Output voltage of the 4-20 mA interface: 24 V

Housing dimensions, no more than, mm: 93 х 78 х 66

Ingress protection rating: IP65

Mounting: clamp fastening to the support, DIN-rail, wall-mounting

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