Unlock Unlimited Communication Range - Versatile Data Transceiver to Meet All Your Communication Needs

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The LoRa611II-DZ module is the latest wireless communication module launched by  NiceRF. Developed based on Semtech's LLCC68 chip, it utilizes advanced LoRa spread spectrum modulation technology with  high receiving sensitivity.making its penetration ability and communication distance far superior to current common FSK and GFSK products, and has stronger anti-interference ability.This enables unparalleled penetration and communication distances, far surpassing current FSK and GFSK products, with superior resistance to interference. To cater to diverse customer application needs, we've designed this module series with a versatile software, allowing users to switch between different operating modes through PC software. In MESH mode, the routing module features automatic routing capabilities, enabling users to create network transmissions without blind spots or distance limitations through the combination of multiple modules. Additionally, users can enhance data security by encrypting wireless data using AES128 through PC software or serial port commands.


The LoRa611II DZ module has a compact design and an output power of 160mW, making it an ideal choice for widely used industries such as wireless remote control and remote transmission.

The LoRa611II-DZ module is designed with an output power of 160mW and is widely used in industries such as wireless remote transmission control

The features of the 160W high-power long-range data transmission station
The LoRa611II-DZ long-range data transmission station offers multiple transmission modes,NO MESH,MESH, with selectable operating frequencies of 433/470/868/915 MHz. It provides TTL/RS232/RS485 interfaces. Utilizing LoRa spread spectrum modulation with frequency hopping technology, it achieves high reception sensitivity, surpassing the penetration capability and communication range of commonly used FSK and GFSK products, while also exhibiting stronger anti-interference properties.
AES128 Data Encryption Mode
The LoRa611II-DZ data transmission module features built-in data encryption functionality, and additionally supports AES128 encryption. Users can freely read or modify the module's AES128 key through PC software. Enabling AES128 encryption mode may slightly increase the wireless transmission delay, but provides the best protection for airborne data. Customers with high requirements for data transmission encryption can enable the module's AES128 encryption functionality.
LBT Function (Listen Before Talk)
When multiple transmitters are operating simultaneously, the data transmission module ensures that they do not interfere with each other and avoid conflicts. Before transmitting, the module checks whether other transmitters are currently emitting wireless signals in the environment. If other transmitters are detected, the module temporarily refrains from transmitting until those transmitters stop emitting signals.
CRC Check
The module has activated the CRC check within the wireless chip, providing an internal verification mechanism for wireless data. However, in extreme conditions, it has been observed that interfered wireless data may bypass the CRC check, leading to the module outputting erroneous data. CRC checks are typically employed in data communication, particularly in digital and network communication, to ensure data integrity and accuracy.


No Blind Spots, No Distance Limitations: Single Module Clear Transmission up to 5km @ Low Speed
Under low-speed conditions, this module disregards blind spot restrictions, enabling comprehensive communication coverage in all directions and positions without any blind spots or limitations on communication distance. In an ideal open environment, communication between individual modules can extend up to 5 kilometers.
Optional Hop Count in MESH ModeIn MESH (Mesh Networking) mode, the optional hop count refers to the maximum number of hops that data can traverse between each node in the network. The hop count determines the number of intermediate nodes data passes through from the source node to the destination node.
The configurable hop count allows users to adjust the network's transmission distance and latency based on specific application requirements and network topology. By increasing or decreasing the hop count, the coverage range and transmission performance of the network can be adjusted to meet various communication demands.
Typically, increasing the hop count will increase data transmission latency but can expand the network's coverage range. Conversely, reducing the hop count will decrease latency but may limit the network's coverage range. Therefore, users can flexibly adjust the hop count settings according to their specific application scenarios and requirements to achieve optimal communication performance.

Node/Router/Node+Router Optional in MESH Mode

In MESH mode, the option of Node/Router/Node+Router refers to the ability to configure devices as nodes, routers, or both nodes and routers when building a Mesh network.
Node (Node): In a Mesh network, a node refers to a device that does not have the capability to forward data but can only transmit and receive data as an end device. Nodes are typically used to connect terminal devices such as sensors, terminal controllers, etc., to send data to other devices in the network or receive data from other devices.
Router (Router): In a Mesh network, a router refers to a device with the capability to forward data. It can receive data from other devices and forward it to the target device. Routers can build routing tables in the network and transmit data packets to the correct destination device based on the packet's destination address. Routers are typically used to build the backbone structure of the network and are responsible for data forwarding and relaying.
Node+Router: Some devices have the ability to function as both nodes and routers simultaneously. This means they can participate in data transmission as end devices and also forward data as routers to other devices. Such devices can enhance the stability and coverage range of the Mesh network, making the network more resilient and fault-tolerant.


In the same MESH network, all modules including nodes, routers, and node + routers need to have different NODE IDs set.
When hop=0, the number of hops is not limited. When Hop=n, the data packet can be forwarded a maximum of n times. When HOP>0, the number of hops set in modules within the same MESH network can be different.
Modules with hop=0 cannot communicate with modules where hop>0.
To communicate with older versions that do not have the hop count feature, set hop to 0.
Built-in hardware reset protection circuit
The built-in hardware reset protection circuit refers to a circuit integrated within the device, designed to safeguard the device from adverse effects caused by unexpected power fluctuations or interference. This circuit enhances the stability and reliability of the device, shielding it from external environmental factors, thereby extending its lifespan and enhancing both its safety and performance.

40 communication channels in the same frequency band
The number of communication channels in the same frequency band typically refers to the non-overlapping frequency channels that devices can use. This feature is crucial for avoiding channel interference and enhancing communication efficiency. Therefore, devices with 40 communication channels offer better communication performance and flexibility, enabling them to better meet complex communication requirements.

The data transmission station demonstrates versatile applications across various fields, catering to diverse scenarios:
 Wireless Remote Control: The data transmission station enables wireless control of various devices, machines, or systems, such as remote-controlling vehicles, robots, or model aircraft.
 Remote Meter Reading: In utility sectors like water, electricity, or gas, the data transmission station facilitates remote meter reading, allowing for remote monitoring and management of user consumption.
Industrial Data Acquisition: In industrial settings, the data transmission station can collect data from various sensors and equipment status information, facilitating the monitoring of production processes and equipment operation.
Home Automation Telemetry: Within smart home systems, the data transmission station can be utilized for home automation telemetry, including remote monitoring of environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity, and light levels.
 Wireless Data Communication: Serving as a wireless communication device, the data transmission station supports various data communication scenarios, including remote control, text,ect.

Access Control Systems: The data transmission station  can be applied to access control systems, achieving  remote control and monitoring of access devices, including access control switches and records
 The technical features and diverse application scenarios of the LoRa611II-DZ data transmission station make it a standout in the field of wireless communication. Whether it's long-distance transmission, data encryption, interference resistance, flexible network configuration, or multi-frequency band selection, it demonstrates stability and reliability in various complex environments. Whether you're seeking limitless remote control, secure remote monitoring, industrial data acquisition, or smart home applications, the LoRa611II-DZ data transmission station can meet your needs, providing robust support and assurance for your applications.

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