Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Otto Wireless launches Mipot LoRaWAN modules

23 October 2019 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Otto Wireless Solutions has been appointed as a distributor for Mipot Spa, an Italian-based company specialising in the R&D, design, manufacture and sale of ISM-band RF wireless modules, aimed specifically at wireless automation vertical markets. Mipot’s product range features a full range of high-quality RF modules developed in accordance with technical regulations and laws applicable in different markets.

Mipot Spa was established in 1973 and has continued to grow steadily by adding additional technical capabilities as they have become available. The company currently produces approximately 1 million RF modules per annum and is increasing its business in Europe and outside of Europe in markets such as USA, China, India, and others.

In addition to the long-standing business, Mipot has developed a full set of LoRaWAN RF modules to support current, as well as future customers. It has also introduced a new 2,4 GHz RF module for a worldwide band which will be available in South Africa soon (pending successful local Type-approval).

Mipot also offers a professional ODM service to customers who require integration of its RF modules into their printed circuit boards (or any other wireless technologies, such as Wi-fi, LTE, BLE, GPS, etc. Mipot is looking to this service as a strategic key point to transfer to its customers all the knowledge in this sector which it has accumulated over 40 years of experience.

The business in South Africa kicks off, via Otto Wireless Solutions, with the introduction of the competitively priced, ICASA-approved LoRaWAN module, 32001353. This attractively priced and capable module is fully LoRaWAN compliant, low-power, and operates over the full industrial temperature range from -40°C to +85°C.

Thanks to the small form factor and low current consumption, this module caters for the implementation of highly integrated low-power battery operated solutions for IoT (Internet of Things) applications, security systems, sensor networks, metering, smart buildings, agriculture, supply chain etc.

As a pre-certified solution, integration into final applications is simplified, which reduces the development time, costs and time-to-market. The embedded stack is fully compliant with LoRaWAN Class A and C specifications by LoRa Alliance.


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