This guide contains a list of compatible motes for Sertone.

As long as your mote or device is Lorawan compatible, it should be compatible with Sertone. Of course, your gateway and mote must also be compatible taking into considerations the frequency of both gateway and mote must be correct.

Shown below is a list of compatible motes or sensors you can use in your application or use case.

Adeunis RF Demonstrator

The LoRaWAN by ADEUNIS RF demonstrator is a field test device and ready to use system, which provides connection to the any operated network using the LoRaWAN protocol. With 3 integrated sensors (GPS, accelerometer, temperature) this demonstrator allows to transmit and instantly view the radio frames on the compatible networks.
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Dragino Lora Shield on Arduino

The Dragino Lora Shield is a long range transceiver on a Arduino shield form factor and based on Open source library.The Lora Shield allows the user to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates.
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 Dragino LoRa GPS Tracker

If you are looking for a DIY to get GPS data from a remote Arduino via Wireless Lora Protocol and show the track on the GoogleEarth, you can look at this node. This DIY lets you create both node and gateway.
[View Instructable]



Arduino Temperature Sensor

This DIY is an Arduino temperature sensor which lets you get remote sensor data and save the data to a server or gateway. This DIY also lets you setup both a node and a gateway using Dragino shields.[View Instructable]






The Things Network Node

A matchbox full of sensors, a light and a button. Show off, or just connect this bunch of sensors to your IFTTT account – it is up to you. It is perfect for the prototyping of use cases without the need for programming or soldering skills.[View Product Info]




The Things Uno

Imagine an Arduino Uno with LoRaWAN connectivity. We thought we are using one of the most popular microcontrollers and make it LoRaWAN ready for you to prototype with.
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MultiTech mDot

The MultiConnect® mDot™ is the first MBED integrated and deployable product. Featuring an FCC/CE certified LoRaWAN™ ready, Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) sub-GHz ISM band module.
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Adafruit Feather RFMxx

This is the Adafruit Feather 32u4 LoRa Radio (RFM9x) – our take on an microcontroller with a “Long Range (LoRa)” packet radio transceiver with built in USB and battery charging. Its an Adafruit Feather 32u4 with a 433/868/915 MHz radio module cooked in!
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SODAQ ONE: the LoRa® IoT development board

SODAQ ONE is the one IoT development board to rule them all. Make anything you can think of, with this tiny Arduino compatible board.
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iM880B-L – Long Range Radio Module

The iM880B-L is a compact and low-cost radio module that operates in the unlicensed 868 MHz band and combines a powerful Cortex-M3 controller with the new LoRa™ transceiver SX1272 of Semtech Corporation.
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LoPy – the LoRa, WiFi and Bluetooth IoT development platform

LoPy is a MicroPython triple-network dev platform which doubles up as a LoRa Nano gateway. Arduino IDE compatible.
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Moteino MEGA

This is the R1 revision of MoteinoMEGA, it is designed for use with RFM69/RFM12B transceivers (RFM69W, RFM69HW, RFM69CW, RFM12B).
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SMOVE is a ready to use LoRaWAN accelerometer for remote sensing of motions, vibrations and tilt. The compact enclosure holds all electronics including batteries and embedded antenna. The design has been optimized for Long range, Long battery life, and reliability.
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RisingHF New Temperature and Humidity Sensor

RHF1S001-480×480RisingHF temperature and humidity sensor offers cost effective LoRaWAN end node solution for a variety of applications. Its reliable and low power design allows a battery operation up to more than 5 years without any maintenance.  IP64 enclosure concept and water splash proof unique sensor design are ideal for outdoor use and installation in low accessibility locations.
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CLICKEY is a low-cost easy IoT system to protect and find back your valuables and kids or pets with your smartphone.
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Arduino LoRa Sensor With InAir9B Radio

Here I will describe step by step how to make working LoRa sensor with LoRaWAN stack based on inAir9B module and Arduino UNO (same may be applied to Mega). Wireless SX1276 LoRa Module, 868MHz and 915MHz, 3.3V, SMA Connector.
[View Instructable]





SparkFun Soil Moisture sensor

Sparkfun Soil moisture senor with LCD screenThe SparkFun Soil Moisture Sensor is a simple breakout for measuring the moisture in soil and similar materials. The soil moisture sensor is pretty straight forward to use. The two large exposed pads function as probes for the sensor, together acting as a variable resistor.
[View Sparkfun Guide]





UVM-30A UVA/UVB sensor

The UV Sensor is used for detecting the intensity of incident ultraviolet(UV) radiation. This form of electromagnetic radiation has shorter wavelengths than visible radiation. This module is based on the sensor UVM-30A, which has a wide spectral range of 200nm-370nm.
[View Tutorial]





RN2483 Microchip

The RN2483 is a fully-certified 433/868 MHz module based on wireless LoRa® technology. The RN2483 utilizes a unique spread spectrum modulation within the Sub-GHz band to enable long range, low power, and high network capacity.
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RN2903 Microchip

The RN2903 is a fully-certified 915 MHz module based on wireless LoRa® technology. The RN2903 utilizes a unique spread spectrum modulation within the Sub-GHz band to enable long range, low power, and high network capacity.
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868 / 915 MHz LoRa™ / LoRaWAN™ module

This is a Lorawan wireless module that combines high performance to small dimensions and low cost, providing the system integrator a simple and easy way to add LoRa / LoRaWAN long range connectivity.
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InAir9B Wireless SX1276 LoRa Module, 868MHz and 915MHz, +20dBm, 3.3V, SMA Connector

The inAir9B is a 868 and 915Mhz wireless module using the Semtech SX1276 chip, with a standard SMA connector (for antenna). It has a maximum of +20dBm output power.[View Product Info]





Wireless SX1278 (SX1276) LoRa Module, 433MHz, 3.3V, SMA Connector

The inAir4 is a 433Mhz wireless module using the Semtech SX1278(or SX1276) chip, with a standard SMA connector (for antenna). The frequency is configured in software, and will typically be used for the 430 to 435MHz ISM band(contry dependant).
[View Product Info]




Dragino Lora Shield

DPP_038-2The Dragino Lora Shield is a long range transceiver on a Arduino shield form factor and based on Open source library.The Lora Shield allows the user to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates.
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Froggy LoRa shield for Arduino

Froggy Factory creates the LoRa shield for Arduino to enable you to easily access to this technology. Thanks to the Arduino Library, you only need to write few lines of code before achieving your first LoRa radio transmission.
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LoRabee RN2483

The LoRaBee with the Microchip RN2483 module and SMA Antenna is not Available at this moment.
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Adafruit RFM95W Lora Radio Transceiver

Sending data over long distances is like magic, and now you can be a magician with this range of powerful and easy-to-use radio modules.
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Waspmote SX1272 LoRa module SMA 4.5 dBi - 868 MHzThe LoRa communication protocol extends wireless connectivity so that sensors can transmit data at distances of several miles, even through buildings.
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FMLR IoT MultiSensor Hub

Foto Funkmodul FM868-433-1The FMLR MultiSensor Hub integrates
8 Sensors into one compact water and dust protected device. It provides an ideal platform for fast prototyping of IoT Sensor devices. The Hub can be commissioned by Smartphone via NFC.
[View Product Info]

You may also look at the following breakout boards:

RN2483 breakout (bare board)

This breakout board offers an affordable solution for makers working with the popular RN2483 and RN2903 LoRa transceivers from Microchip, widely used for LoRaWAN.
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OSH Park – LoRa Breakout Module

4 layer board of 1.26×0.76 inches (31.90×19.20 mm).
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LoRa FeatherWing Development Breakout

2 layer board of 2.00×0.90 inches (50.80×22.89 mm).
[View Product Info]


And here are some popular software libraries you can check out…

IBM LMIC v1.5 (LoRaWAN in C) adapted to run under the Arduino environment

Arduino-LMIC library

IBM Long-Range Signaling and Control (LRSC)

LoRaWAN endpoint stack implementation and example projects.