This LoRa tracker is a development board for...
This LoRa tracker is a development board for LoRa 433Mhz or 868Mhz frequencies (depending on the model), with LoRaWAN enabled and connected WIFI 802.11b / g / n, Bluetooth/BLE, 2.4cm OLED display, SD card input and count of number of people (Paxcounter).
Paxcounter is a proof-of-concept device that measures the flow of people in real time. It counts how many mobile devices are around to estimate the number of people present. Paxcounter detects Wifi and Bluetooth signals on the air *.
Compatible with the PlatformIO V4 environment only.
Comes with: 1 LoRa node ESP32 Paxcounter TTGO v2.1.6, 1 antenna 433 or 868 Mhz, 2 headers (soldering), 1 power cable. Battery and micro-USB cable not integrated.
Supply voltage: 1.8 to 3.7v
Current: 10 to 14mA
Transmission current: 120mA @ + 20dBm, 90mA @ + 17dBm, 29mA @ + 13dBm
ISM frequencies: 433 or 868 Mhz (depending on the model)
Transmitting power: + 20dBm - 100mW
Sensitivity: -139dBm @ LoRa & 62.5Khz & SF = 12 & 146bps, [email protected]&5Khz&1.2Kbps
Stability in frequency: +/- 15KHz
FIFO: 64 bytes
Data Rate: 1.2K ~ 300Kbps @FSK, 0.018K ~ 37.5Kbps @LoRa
Modulation modes: FSK, GFSK, MSK, GMSK, LoRa TM, OOK
Consumption: Sleep 0.2uA, [email protected]
Operating temperature: -40 - + 85
RSSI digital function
Automatic frequency correction
Automatic gain control
Fast wake up and frequency hopping
Data Packet Manager
Antenna connector: SMA female
* The Pacounter data is transferred to a server on the LoRaWAN network and / or via a cabled SPI slave interface. Paxcounter does not permanently store MAC addresses and does not scan scanned mobile devices.
Depending on the laws of your country, it may be illegal to search for MAC addresses on wireless networks. It is the sole responsibility of the user to comply with the applicable laws in his country, and Passion Radio disclaims any liability for the use and software / hardware applications made from the Paxcounter.
Unless specifically authorized, it is not allowed to scan wireless networks in public areas and publish data from this operation.
More information and documentation Paxcounter on Github: https://github.com/cyberman54/ESP32-Paxcounter and https://github.com/LilyGO/ESP32-Paxcounter
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14 days to return, 2 warranty
Response within 24h to 72h
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