Short-range wireless device manufacturer LPRS (Low Power Radio Solutions) will be presenting its newly FCC and IC approved platinum eRIC (easyRadio Integrated Controller) module for the first time at the latest Motiv8 Technical Forums.
Also on display will be its range of Circuit Design ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) modules and the updated range of IQRF Wireless Mesh Network modules, both available from LPRS.
There will be a professional demonstration of a Wireless Sensor System which simulates humidity, temperature and PH for data collection using an MU-2 transceiver and an Arduino.
Motiv8 Technical Forums provide a full day of networking and follow a format of specialised presentations and workshops with a supporting exhibition area. Free to attend, they include parking, Wi-Fi, breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
These forums focus on the very latest technologies around power, power management, sensors, sensor technologies, IoT, M2M and wearable technologies. The first event will be held at the Moller Centre, Cambridge on 15 October and the Williams F1 HQ, Oxford on 20 October 2015. For more information or to register to visit either forum go to www.motiv8forums.com.
The newly approved eRIC9-FCC wireless transceiver module has FCC certification for use in the USA and IC approval for use in Canada as well as all of the European approvals, therefore reducing the complexities OEM’s can face when submitting their own products for certification.
The modules are available with selectable operating frequencies for world markets in the ISM bands of 868MHz for the UK and Europe, and 915MHz for the USA and Canada.
LPRS designs and manufactures the eRIC and easyRadio Advanced (eRA) wireless modules in the UK (pictured above is the eRIC9 transceiver module). It focuses on short range, licence free, sub-1GHz wireless technology with designs based on Microchip technology (LPRS is a certified Microchip Design Partner).
The LPRS product range now includes; Raspberry Pi and Arduino Shield wireless platforms, antennas, wireless key fobs, a wide range of sensor products, Circuit Design wireless products and the IQRF range of wireless mesh networking components for telemetry, industrial control and building automation.