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Narrowband IoT (NB‑IoT), also known as LTE Cat NB1, is a standards-based Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technology that works virtually anywhere. It simply and efficiently connects devices on already established mobile networks, and securely and reliably handles small amounts of fairly infrequent two‑way data. It provides very low power consumption, excellent extended range in buildings, easy deployment into existing cellular network architecture, network security & reliability and lower component cost.
NBSN95 is a Long Range NB-IoT Sensor Node. It is designed for outdoor data logging and powered by 8500mAh Li/SOCl2 battery for long term use and secure data transmission.
NBSN95 is an open source project. It is based on the STM32L072CZT6 ultra-low-power ARM® Cortex®-M0+ micro controller. Developers can download software and hardware design files and adapt it for their projects.
This sensor node uses Quectel BC95-G. This module supports B1/B3/B8/B5/B20/B28.
NB-IoT and LTE-M are very new services. Ask your mobile operator about availability of SIM cards, coverage, frequencies used and login procedures before you buy this product. See for example Deutsche Telekom IoT.
NBSN95 has an external antenna and an IP68 enclosure with a waterproof M12 cable hole for an external sensor. With a USB to TTL adapter, you can use AT commands to configure the NBSN95.