LoRaWAN™ Technology IoT Products

Stand-alone modules

Catena 4610

This single-board IoT device for LoRaWAN™ technology projects is ready to go. Feather compatible, with radio, on-board T/P/RH/light sensors, provisions for screw terminals and more.

Catena 4612

Tiny but mighty, this single-board IoT device for LoRaWAN™ technology projects performs measurements like a rock star … no external components required!

Catena 4801

Do one thing, but do it well: Modbus, M-Bus, other RS485 devices measured and controlled via your favorite LoRaWAN™ technology network.

Catena 4618

Front view of MCCI Catena 4618

Featuring robust temperature/humidity sensor (the SHT31-DIS-F from Sensirion), this single-board IoT device for LoRaWAN® technology excels in outdoor environmental monitoring applications.

Wings for the Adafruit Feather family — add a Feather, or buy from us assembled and tested

Catena 4450

Catena 4450 with Feather and battery

Turn an Feather M0 LoRa into a powerful IoT device. Sensors (T/P/RH/light) and interfacing specifically designed for use with LoRaWAN™ technology and The Things Network.

Catena 4460

Know what you’re breathing! This tiny add-on for the Adafruit Feather family combines temperature, pressure, light and humidity with the Bosch IAQ air-quality index, plus MCCI’s tweaks for LoRaWAN™ technology networks.

Catena 4470

Industrial control? No problem with this Adafruit Feather add-on. Controls Modbus, M-bus and other RS-485 devices; measures temperature, pressure and humidity, and light. Includes MCCI’s tweaks for LoRaWAN™ technology networks.

Tools for Developers

RWC5020B LoRaWAN Tester

RWC5020B Tester

A compact stand-alone tester, providing a perfect solution for test and measurement of LoRaWAN technology devices, which is fully suitable for R&D, QC, and manufacturers. Made in Korea by RedwooodComm, distributed in the eastern US by MCCI’s LoRaWAN experts.

RWC5020M LoRaWAN Tester

Image of RWDC5020M

The computer-controlled version of the RWC5020B allows cost-effective test and measurement of LoRaWAN technology devices and gateways, which is fully suitable for R&D, QC, and manufacturers. Made in Korea by RedwooodComm, distributed in the eastern US by MCCI’s LoRaWAN experts.

Open source software

Know what’s in your devices. MCCI’s curated software for LoRaWAN™ technology devices is fully open. Our Arduino libraries start with the LoRaWAN MAC, plus higher level libraries that let you focus on your application, not
on data-comms. We also publish Dockerized servers for your data storage and dashboard.