Seeed’s LoRa-E5 is the world’s first LoRa module to include an embedded ST system-level MCU. The module also features an ARM Cortex M4 ultra-low-power MCU and a LoRa SX126X. Hence the module extends its support to both (G)FSK and LoRa. Seeed’s LoRa-E5 module encompasses an ST system-level package chip STM32WLE5JC, which is the first SoC to integrate a LoRa RF and MCU chip. LoRa-E5 is the ideal candidate for modern digital IoT applications because of its small size, ease of installation, and simple fine-tuning.
LoRa-E5 is appropriate for LoRaWAN sensor nodes and other wireless communication applications, notably long-distance, ultra-low-power applications, by increasing the capabilities of LoRa technology. It has the potential to play a significant role in the future provision of smart and efficient networks. Smart cities, industrial applications, smart home applications, healthcare, agriculture, and other areas are examples.
A hardware engineer, Orkhan AmirAslan at The Things Network (TTN), has created a feather-style breakout board for the LoRa-E5 module, which was made using the Seeed Fusion PCB assembly platform, a one-stop store for electronics manufacturing.
Business Users with LoRa-E5 modules Get Free PCBA Prototyping
Seeed Fusion is also giving support dedicated to corporate users to help rising start-ups and small businesses. This would inspire more designers to use the power of LoRa technology, especially in these trying times. With Seeed Fusion, you can get your prototyping expenditures reimbursed once your product reaches batch production (100 pieces or more). Not just one prototyping cycle, but as many as are required (up to 6 percent the batch order value). If you need a large quantity of LoRa-E5 modules, we propose using the Seeed Fusion PCB Assembly service to receive the modules for only $5.90.
Continued Collaboration With Seeed
Seeed can help designers with product development and mass production if they have a project strategy in place. Seeed also aides with sales and distribution through their global sales network. Furthermore, by becoming a senior partner, designers can earn licensing costs through sales. Every participant has got a restriction of two PCBA boards. Each of which is absolutely free, encompassing PCB fabrication, parts, assembly, and delivery. Additionally, including the LoRa-E5 module is a must in the design.
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