Yes. The device Works Independently. No Software or App required to Control. Power Supply and Internet Connectivity is required.

The device coverage is illustrated in PPT. The Lanes can be 1 or 2. The device can be mounted on a Wall or Infront of Counter Top. Sample Installation Images attached.

We can configure any Language/Any Script or Any Recorded Audio to Play.  It can be configured to give alert of Unwanted entries during Specific time.

With respect to time we can See the Crowd density and plan accordingly the staffing and other maintenance plans.

it doesn’t have any GPS. But we can Configure the location based on Installation Location.

It will be better Provide Lightings to get Proper detection in Indoor.(No Direct Sunlight to the device)

The device doesn’t Store any Photographs. Currently the Violated and Overcrowded Pictures can be sent to Customer GMAIL. Cloud Alerts can be Configured

We Can supply you the sample devices. Kindly Send your Shipping Address along with GST Number to send a Performa Invoice.


  • In theoretical, the range for LoRa communication is Minimum: 300m & Maximum: 10Km

  • In practical, the range for LoRa communication depends on various factors like Environment, Obstacles, Radio Interference, ground level of deployment and many.  In general, we can say it is Minimum: 300m & Maximum: 3Km but field analysis is highly recommended.

The minimum data rate for transmission of the signal is 5 (LoRa: SF7 / 125 kHz, near) & the maximum data rate is 0 (LoRa: SF12 / 125 kHz, far)

It depends on data rate,

Data Rate

Payload Size in bytes

0 (SF12)


1 (SF11)


2 (SF10)


3 (SF9)


4 (SF8)


5 (SF7)


  • Here the data can be transmitted in a secure way by AES method (Advanced Encryption Standard).

  • The data can communicate with encrypted keys in two different methods,

    • ABP – Activate By Personalization

    • OTAA – Over The Air Activation

  • Long Range

  • Low Power

  • Low Operational Cost

  • Maximum Lifetime

  • Multi-Usage

Dragino Products FAQ

The RF96 mark means this module is the HopeRF RFM95W-868-S2 or RFM95W-915-S2 module. Both modules use the Semtech SX1276 IC on it. Meanwhile, if the LoRa module has a RF98 mark, which means it is hopeRF RFM98W-433-S2 module and use the sx1278 chip.

The RF96 mark means this module is the HopeRF RFM95W-868-S2 or RFM95W-915-S2 module. Both modules use the Semtech SX1276 IC on it. Meanwhile, if the LoRa module has a RF98 mark, which means it is hopeRF RFM98W-433-S2 module and use the sx1278 chip.

The Dragino LoRa products base on SX127x solution normally has three version: 433, 868 and 915. This means the device is best tuned at this frequency. The exactly work frequency is set in the software.

Below is the table shows the model info:

Version LoRa IC Support Frequency Best Tune Frequency
433Mhz Semtech SX1278 Band2(LF): 410 ~525Mhz

Band3(LF): 137 ~175Mhz

868Mhz Semtech SX1276 Band1(HF): 862 ~1020Mhz 868Mhz
915Mhz Semtech SX1276 Band1(HF): 862 ~1020Mhz 915Mhz

Some countries may need different frequency such as ~920Mhz. In this case, User can choose the 915Mhz version, the performance is similar.

Yes, in our product, the 868Mhz and 915Mhz module use the SX1276 HF Radio path, the difference of these two modules are 3 inductors which can let the module work best in 868MHz or 915Mhz. So if user use the 868Mhz model as 915Mhz, the software is complete the same. the difference will be the Radio performance which is not siganificant between 868Mhz and 915Mhz.

No,in hardware side, the 433Mhz module use the LF Radio path in hardware(410 ~525Mhz ), and 868Mhz use the HF radio path (862 ~1020Mhz ) of LoRa chip. To save space and support PA mode, there is no radio path for LF in the 868Mhz module. So use 433Mhz in 868 module won't work, (actually it might work if you put both transmit and receive device very very close)

First , User should understand that Radio link quality and performances are highly dependent on environment.

Better performances can be reached with following options,

  • Outdoor environment with No obstacles.

  • No high level radio interfere in the ISM band you use.

  • At least 1 meter above the ground.

Also, Radio performances are degraded with following,

  • Obstacles: buildings, trees, Vehicles and etc.,

  • Inner buildings environments.

  • High ISM band usage by other technologies.

  • Radio communication are usually killed with bad topographic conditions. It is usually not possible to communicate through a hill, even very small.

Check the Antenna

  • Check if the Antenna has a good connection to the Antenna connector

  • Check if the Antenna has the good performance in the require frequency. (need special device, so may not possible to check in most case.)

Check the Frequency Setting in Software

  • Check if in the software, the correct frequency is set.

Check the Modem Setting in Software

  • Check if the modem is set to the correct modulation, Different modem setting will affect heavily in the distance and datarate. 

  • user can download a modified version from Dragino Modified Radiohead Lib which add extra function to support change the LoRa Radio in a friendly way.

User can change the LoRa Bandwidth in the LoRa Radio. the detail of bandwidth description can be found at the Semtech Sx1276 datasheet. Changing Bandwidth will effect the distance for LoRa Radio,. In case User use the RadioHead Library, user can download a modified version from Dragino Modified Radiohead Lib which add extra function to support change the Bandwidth in sketch.

Here we talk about the difference on the LoRa and LoRaWAN part, which are the general difference due to hardware limited. other system features like connecting to the IoT Server depends on the software design.

  • Both gateways use LoRa for physic layer transmit/receive. but the LG01/OLG01 supports only 1 channel frequency transmit or receive at one time. while 8 channels gateway can handle 8 channels at the same time.

  • The LoRaWAN is a software stack runs on LoRa technology. In LoRaWAN protocol, the end node will send data at different frequency at different time. So the gateway is required to run at different frequency channels to make sure it can get all data sent from the LoRa End device. The single channel gateway such as LG01 due to hardware limitation, it is not fully compatible with LoRaWAN protocol, because it can't receive data sent from different frequency at the same time. Assume a end device send data in eight different frequency, the LG01 can only get 1 of 8 due to this limitation.

  • Some LoRaWAN devices now can work with LG01 but some not.Now LG01 can't support OTAA LoRa Devices. Here is a reference link (Connect to TTN LoRaWAN example) for how to use the LG01-P and LoRaWAN ABP device. It also shows how to send the end device to work at only one single channel.

  • Due to channel limitation, the LG01 can't support too many devices, in a lab test, we see packet lost if there are more than 50~60 LoRaWAN devices if each device sent a LoRa packet at each 10 minutes. this is far below a real LoRaWAN gateway can support. By using private LoRa protocol, it is possible to support several hundreds LoRa devices in LG01, the LoRa devices in this case will be in polling mode in most of the time, so not good for low power use. For the LG01-P single channel gateway, each packet will need to take 2~3s to process. So we can consider the packet capacity is 20~30/minutes.

  • LoRa is an innovation Wireless Technology developed by Semtech. It offer long range, low power consumption and secure data transmission.Public and private networks using this technology can provide coverage that is greater in range compared to that of existing cellular networks. It is one of the most promising technology used for IoT solutions.

  • LoRaWAN is a protocol specification built on top of the LoRa technology developed by the LoRa Alliance. It uses unlicensed radio spectrum in the Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) bands to enable low power, wide area communication between remote sensors and gateways connected to the network. This standards-based approach to building a LPWAN allows for quick set up of public or private IoT networks anywhere using hardware and software that is bi-directionally secure, interoperable and mobile, provides accurate localization, and works the way you expect. The specification is available for free to download from the LoRa Alliance website today.

  • RadioHead is a Packet Radio library for embedded microprocessors. It provides a complete object-oriented library for sending and receiving packetized messages via a variety of common data radios and other transports on a range of embedded microprocessors. It supports LoRa chip as well.

LoRaWAN and RadioHead both are software protocol run on top of LoRa and they have below difference.

  • LoRaWAN provides a standard for communication , Different vendors' LoRa devices , LoRa Gateway can communicate with each other if all these devices follow the LoRaWAN standard. LoRaWAN design for a nationalwide network scale to support millions devices.

  • Radiohead library provide a fast way to evaluate the LoRa technology. It only provide the base connection for LoRa. The library itself doesn't provide mechanism to support large scale network. and different vendors devices can't communicate with each.

If both devices have the same Radio Settings in LoRa: Frequency, Spread Factor, Bandwidth, Preamble length and SyncWord. Both devices can communicate with each via LoRa.

There are some things need to be considered:

  • It is possible one device has encryption on the LoRa data, so even the other device receive its packet, it will be encrypted.

  • If the Device is using the standard LoRaWAN protocol, first check if the device is running in OTAA or ABP mode.

    • For ABP mode, according to LoRaWAN protocol, the end node will send data on different frequency, for example: send first data on 868.1Mhz , send second data on 868.3Mhz ,,etc. So if we use single channel gateway (LG01) or other LoRa node such as LoRa Shield to receive the data, we have to set the receive device at one match frequency, it will only get the data sent in that frequency, if the device send out data on unmatch frequency, the LG01 won't get it.

    • For OTAA mode, the software support is still under developing in LG01.

Above info is suitable for all Dragino LoRa Products.

We can‘t not simply give the answers for this question. The update interval for each LoRa node is also quite important.

The LG01/OLG01 LoRa Gateway is a single channel gateway, it can receive one packet at a time. for example, if there are two LoRa packet arrives the gateway at the same time. one will be ignored.

When discuss the capacity for LG01, we can use packets/minute to see how many packet it can process and calculate how many nodes it can support. The packets / minute here not only include the rx time in lora, but also include the LG01 avr part to pass this data to Linux and call a linux command. Packets/minute will be different if user use different software in the LoRa part. but it normally takes 2~3 seconds to process a packet, so we can consider 20~30 packets/minutes.

Single Channels gateway are mainly used for private LoRa protocol. Not for LoRaWAN protocol

The single channel gateway has limitation to use with standard LoRaWAN sensor. In single channel gateway, the gateway can only set to work at one frequency and one data rate. A standard LoRaWAN Sensor can works in different frequency (3~72 depends on the frequency bands) and different data rates. So Single channel gateway will lost most of packets because the frequency and data rate mismatch.

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It depends upon the  Number of sensors interfaced and  sampling interval of communication between end-node and gateway. For example, if an end-node attached with DS18B20 Sensor sending data for every 15 minutes then it will make the battery lasts up to 2 years. If every 30 minutes then it will last upto 4 years.

Up to 16 sensors can be interfaced with LSN50,

  • Analog Pins: Two analog pins can be effectively used to interface analog sensors. It can be extended upto four with some limitations.

  • Digital Pins: Fourteen Digital pins are there to interface digital sensors.

Analog sensors, Digital sensors, I2C sensors & SPI sensors can be interfaced with LSN50

  • LSN50 V2 is a Long Range LoRaWAN Sensor Node. It is designed for outdoor data logging with IP68 enclosure and powered by Li/SOCl2 4000mAh nonchargeable battery for long term use and secure data transmission. 

  • It is designed to facilitate developers to quickly deploy industrial level LoRa and customized IoT solutions.

  • It helps users to turn the idea into a practical application and make the Internet of Things a reality. 

Ursalink Products FAQ

IN865 and EU868 can be configurable but US915 need hardware changes. So it is not possible.

No, It won't support. The gateway need communicate with Network server first, you can use our embedded network server, and it support transmit data via MQTT & HTTP.

Yes, it supports Python scripting, with that you need use the embedded network server and develop python app by yourself .

Yes,  the gateway have "Device Hub" - the device management platform to access the gateway remotely .

Yes, Could remote configure the gateway via device management platform..

Downlink packets are not sending from gateway side, mostly need it will be sent from the network server. Ursalink gateway have embedded Network server to send downlink packet via MQTT.

UG87 Outdoor gateway comes with two models, one with 1dBi and another one with 5dbi fiber-grass antenna.

UG87 Outdoor gateway comes default with GPS, but WiFi is optional.