New — the LoRaWAN bridge

The LoRaWAN Bridge is a device which can be used to convert legacy and costly communications protocol (Ethernet, Modbus, M-Bus, WM-Bus or Pulse) to LoRaWAN. It’s a cost-effective and energy-saving device that transparently receives complete wireless M-Bus telegrams (FSK radio modulation) from utility meters and forwards them via LoRaWAN networks (LoRa radio modulation) to the Internet.

These connections have ranges of up to kilometres between the sender and the gateway antenna – without the usual mobile costs in traditional smart metering solutions.