Device Solutions has announced Cellio LoRa, a long-range low-power wireless network system for end-to-end automation and instrumentation applications. The system includes connectivity, hardware, software and cloud intelligence for asset mapping, supply chain and sales force and inventory management.
Long Range radio, LoRa is used to connect sensors and controllers wirelessly. Gateway devices connect via CDMA-Cellular, GSM-Cellular, or Wi-Fi 802.11bgn. The system enables users to gain visibility into operations and assets such as sensors, instruments, equipment, location, usage, status, decision making, supply chain, operator indicators, etc.
Stand-alone or configured with transceivers to optimize architecture, data transmission and connections, Cellio can be used in single locations and enterprise configurations comprised of millions of sensors and controls connected to equipment.
Cellio LoRa wireless devices includes three product options:
- Gateways—CDMA-Cellular, GSM-Celluar, or Wi-Fi connections to the network utilize a 900MHz LoRa radio to connect a network of transceivers for data capture and control.
- Transceivers—up to 16 general-purpose inputs/outputs (GPIO) support connecting up to 16 sensors or controls per transceiver.
- All-in-One Devices—including CDMA-Cellular, GSM-Cellular and/or Wi-Fi radios, the 900MHz LoRa radio and 16 GPIO's.
Pricing is based on an all-inclusive monthly service—an all upfront hardware cost, or a combination of the two.