KONA MICRO IOT GATEWAY

Enterprise LoRaWAN® Gateway for Mission Critical Deployments

Contact us
find distributor

01

02

Channels

8 Rx / 1 Tx

INGRESS PROTECTION

IP30

BACKHAUL

3G/4G, ETHERNET

Operational Temperature

0°C to +40°C

Operational Humidity

5% to 95% Condensing

The KONA Micro IoT Gateway is designed for enterprise and lightweight industrial applications that require “Always On” connectivity. Configured with an internal 3G/4G modem and a built-in battery backup, the KONA Micro IoT gateway continues to operate and transmits sensor data to the network even when the main site has lost power. Simple to configure and cost effective, it is an ideal hub for deployment of enterprise-level applications in areas where LoRaWAN® coverage is not yet readily available or for private networks where the operator requires unfettered access to the gateways regardless of their deployment location.

Full Spec Sheet

TECHNICAL AND FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

  • Enable critical enterprise IoT applications with ‘Always On’ connectivity. Battery backup and an integrated 3G/4G modem.
  • Reduce set up costs with plug-n-play installation using a custom provisioned factory image.
  • Improve coverage and service resulting in increased IoT application adoption and customer satisfaction.
  • Simplify management with the KonaFT OAM tool.
  • Operational status indicated with multi-function LED.
  • Fully integrated with the broader eco-system of LoRaTM network servers and sensors.
  • NA 915, EU868, AUS923, JP920
  • ISM Bands
  • Four Hour Battery Backup
  • Time Duplex 8 Rx / 1 Tx
  • Integrated Cellular 3G/4G Modem
  • External LoRa Antenna
  • Operational Status LED
  • 27 dBM Tx Power
  • Plug - n - Play Operation
  • Factory Image for Mass Deployment
  • In-Service Updates
MTBF 830,000 hours
DC Power Consumption < 7W
Operational Temperature 0°C to +40°C
Operational Humidity 5% to 95% Condensing
Ingress Protection IP30
Size 115 x 115 x 40 mm
Weight 350 g (<200 g without battery)
ISM Bands NA915, EU868, AS923, JP920, CH779
Tx Power 14 dBm to 27 dBm
Rx Sensitivity -139.5 dBm (SF12, 293 bits/sec)
Rx Noise Figure 3.5 dB
Rx Linearity -10 dBm
Rx Dynamic Range 70 dB Analog, 100+ dB Digital
successful projects

Innovative Smart Adult Care Solution

Why Office Space Utilization Metrics Are So Important in the New World of Work

A Must Use Technology for Water Quality Monitoring Solutions

How Property Managers Can Optimize Electricity, Heat & Water Bills For Individual Tenants

A Key Technology to Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment

Robbery Prevention Solution with TEKTELIC VIVID Sensors

01

01

Gateway Photo
How do I update the software (BSP) on my gateway?

The software on your gateway can be easily updated using the Operations, Administration and Maintenance (OAM) features of the Kona Network Server or OAM Server.

Can I use my own sensors with you Gateway?

Absolutely, there are thousands of instances where our customers use their own end devices and just connect them to KONA Gateways, leading to complete control and customization of your LoRaWAN solution

What Cellular networks can I use for backhaul with your Gateways?

All of our gateways use either common Sierra Wireless Modem, Quectel modem, which are compatible with the majority of global cellular networks

Why is there a battery?

Because the KONA Micro has a built-in 4–6-hour battery backup, the KONA Micro IoT gateway continues to operate and transmits sensor data to the network even when the main site has lost power, to ensure time sensitive, continuous data can be maintained, which is a requirement for some Use Cases such as cold chain monitoring and security.