LoRa Asset Monitoring Sensor

Tech Specs
LoRa Remote Input Device Sensor

The Micro Edge is Nube iO’s very own LoRa IoT asset monitoring sensor. The Micro Edge has been specifically designed for low cost monitoring and collecting of data from machine and asset usage.


  • 1x pulse input for and accumulation of the pulse count for a water or electrical meter
  • 3 x universal inputs
  • Transmission range: 2km line of sight or 100m in a dense environment
  • Power: Battery powered using 3x AA batteries or 24V AC/DC
  • Transmission protocol: LoRa transmission (915Mhz)
  • Life span: 5-7 years dependent on push rate and environmental conditions
  • Supported Frequencies: 915Mhz
  • Temperature and 0-10V DC sensor monitoring

remote input lora sensor

Feature Spotlight

LoRa Wireless Comms

5 Year Battery Life

3 Analogue inputs, 1 pulse input

Up to 2KM transmission range


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Why LoRa

LoRa is a low-power, long-range wireless technology designed for the Internet of Things. It is less affected by buildings and other obstructions than regular WiFi, with one gateway generally being able to provide coverage for a 70x70m 3-story building.

LoRa is expected to hold 75% of the IoT device market share soon. The LoRa community is expanding rapidly, with many new contributions and developments occurring every day.

Distance vs. Power Consumption

Considering LoRa transmission messages are very small, around 50 bytes, less power is required than say to make a phone call or upload a photo. Using LoRa, our sensors can achieve a 5+ year battery life when pushing data once a day. Alternatives either cannot transmit the required distance, or are too costly to do so.

Indoor Network Coverage

LoRa runs on a low radio frequency, which enables the transmission to penetrate common building obstacles such as furniture, walls, pipes and even concrete. Our LoRa Raw devices can transmit around 100m in a commercial building, which is impressive considering the weaker penetration of WiFi.

Active & Open Community

The LoRa community is very active and open, comprising of companies and individuals who are further developing LoRa and LoRaWAN. Because of this, the technology is constantly improving and there is lots of available support online and through forums. This is different from legacy, proprietary software.

Device Guide

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