Laird RM126x Ultra-Low Power LoRaWAN Module and IoT Devices ecosystem
Laird growing LoRaWAN ecosystem leverages years of RF expertise to enable secure, low-power, long-range IoT sensor and gateway deployment easily using LoRaWAN technology. The LoRaWAN protocol targets key IoT requirements such as bi-directional communication, end-to-end security, mobility, and localization services. Our portfolio of LoRaWAN solutions delivers high performance with unparalleled design flexibility.
We are pleased to announce the RM126x series of LoRaWAN® modules. This embedded LoRaWAN module series delivers exceptionally long range with minimal power consumption for challenging RF use cases.
The RM126x series modules are in a small form factor PCB package with a built in MHF4 connector, TCXO and a DC-DC converter. The module is designed to operate in both hosted and hostless modes. Based on the Silicon Labs EFR32 series SoC and the Semtech SX126x radio, the RM126x provides a low power, long range solution for you to easily develop your LoRaWAN implementation. The RM126x series supports LoRaWAN classes A, B and C, and also includes a LoRa Point to Point (LoRa P2P) capability which enables you to create your own private ultra-long range radio network between two RM126x modules.
- Semtech SX1262/1 + Silicon Labs EFR32 Series (SoC)
- Powerful Core Cortex-M33:
- 512 kB FLash, 32 kB RAM
- Supports LoRaWAN and LoRa P2P
- Supports LoRaWAN classes A, B, and C
- Built in TCXO & DC-DC converter
- Multiple firmware development options:
- Hosted: AT Command Set
- Hostless: C development using Simplicity Studio
- Ultra-low power consumption
- External antenna connector – MHF4 connector
- Global certifications/registrations:
- RM1262: FCC, ISED, AS/NZS
- RM1261: EU,UKCA, NCC, MIC, IN
- Certified sub-GHz FlexPIFA & i-FlexPIFA antennas available
RM126x Series development kits.
The RM1262 kit contains:
- RM1262 DVK Board (exposes all available HW interfaces)
- 1x USB cable
- 1x Laird Connectivity i-FlexPIFA antenna (902-928 MHz)
The RM1261 devkit contains:
- RM1261 DVK Board (exposes all available HW interfaces)
- 1x USB cable
- 2x Laird Connectivity i-FlexPIFA antenna (863-870 MHz and 902-928 MHz)
Other IoT DevicesPowered by LoRaWAN
Laird growing Sentrius™ LPWAN ecosystem of long-range IoT devices leverages years of RF expertise to enable secure, low-power, long-range IoT sensor and gateway deployment easily using LoRaWAN technology. The LoRaWAN protocol targets key IoT requirements such as bi-directional communication, end-to-end security, mobility, and localization services.
Our portfolio of LoRaWAN sensors and gateways delivers high performance with unparalleled design flexibility. These innovative solutions enable simple out-of-the-box integration and provide everything needed to create a complete end-to-end IoT network. Wirelessly connect battery operated wireless devices to the internet in regional, national, or global networks.
How It Works
Sub-GHz Antennas from Laird Connectivity are designed for use in sub-GHz applications such as LoRaWAN. Laird FlexPIFA (Planar Inverted-F Antenna) and i-FlexPIFA (Inverted FlexPIFA) formats, which now support 868MHz and 915MHz frequency bands, are now available.
These ultra-reliable antenna designs deliver strong performance in challenging environments, providing unmatched flexibility to solve real-world antenna design challenges.
Covering 863-870MHz or 902-928MHz frequency bands, they are ideal for use with LoRaWAN or proprietary sub-GHz radio applications for use in FCC and EU/UKCA regions.
868 & 915 MHz FlexPIFA Series
The 868 & 915 MHz FlexPIFA series is a flexible, peel-and-stick PIFA antenna platform designed for rapid integration into devices and housings. PIFA antenna technology provides consistent performance across the 868 and 915 MHz ISM band and are less likely to detune in proximity of metal or a human body. Visit the product page for details and access to the datasheet.
868 & 915 MHz i-FlexPIFA Series
The 868 & 915 MHz i-FlexPIFA series is an inverted, flexible, peel-and-stick PIFA, designed with the radiating element facing outward when adhered to a plastic enclosure interior. This orientation gives increased flexibility by granting different mounting options, like the underside of a forward-facing enclosure. Visit the product page for details and access to the datasheet.
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