Introducing the HopeRF RFM6601
The RFM6601W module is a LoRa wireless communication system-on-chip (SoC) that integrates a RF transceiver and a 32-bit RISC MCU. It uses ARM Cortex M4 with a 48 MHz operation frequency and has continuous frequency coverage from 150 MHz to 960 MHz. The module provides ultra-long range and ultra-low power communication for LoRa applications, with a high sensitivity of -138 dBm and a maximum transmit power of up to +22 dBm.
The RFM6601W module has a working voltage of 2.4V - 3.7V and a working frequency of 433.92 MHz, 470 MHz, 868 MHz, and 915 MHz. It has a receiving sensitivity of -138 dBm @SF=12, BW=125KHz, a Tx current of 108mA @+22dbm, 433.92MHz, and an Rx current of 10mA @433.92MHz.
The module is suitable for a wide range of applications, including smart meters, supply chain and logistics, building automation, agricultural sensors, smart cities, retail store sensors, asset tracking, street lights, parking sensors, environmental sensors, healthcare, safety and security sensors, and remote control applications.
In terms of associated products, the RFM68LCW is an ultra-low power, high-performance, integration LORA/FSK transceiver for a wide range of 150 to 960 MHz wireless applications. The RFM97CW Sub-GHz radio transceivers are ideal for long-range wireless applications, with high integration that simplifies the peripheral materials needed in system design. The RFM90CW is a high-performance, low-power, and low-cost wireless transceiver module that operates in the ISM frequency band.
In conclusion, the HopeRF LORA Transceiver Module RFM6601 is a powerful and versatile module that provides ultra-long range and ultra-low power communication for LoRa applications. With its high sensitivity, maximum transmit power, and wide range of applications, it's an excellent choice for a wide range of wireless communication needs. Contact Ineltek today to learn more about this module or to arrange samples.
Download the HopeRF RFM6601 LoRa Module Data Sheet