Dragino HP0D-915 Outdoor LoRaWAN Full Helium Hotspot Miner
HP0D outdoor LoRaWAN gateway
3 dB fiberglass outdoor antenna
N-type female to SMA plug cable
The HP0D is an outdoor LoRaWAN gateway. It lets you bridge a LoRa wireless network to an IP network via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or optional 3G or 4G. The LoRa wireless allows users to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data rates.
HP0D has passed Helium Full Hotspot Approval. It supports the miner feature from Helium and has a built-in ATECC608 encryption chip. It can be used as a Helium Full Hotspot for the project. It also supports Semtech packet forwarder and LoRaWAN Station connection, and is fully compatible with LoRaWAN protocol. HP0D supports two LoRaWAN servers at the same time; users can use HP0D for helium mining and connect up to two LoRaWAN servers at the same time.
Dragino covers the HP0D $40 onboarding cost and $10 location cost for each HP0D, so it is ready to use for Helium; the user only needs to input HNT wallet address and use QR Code to onboarding HP0D when it arrives.
HP0D has pre-configured standard LoRaWAN frequency bands to use for different countries. Users can also customize the frequency bands to use in their own LoRaWAN network.
- Open source Linux system
- RPi4 with 4G RAM
- Managed by Web GUI, SSH via Internet
- Supports Semtech UDP packet forwarder
- Supports LoRaWAN station connection
- Supports Helium miners
- External fiberglass antenna
- Firmware OTA
- 802.3af PoE
- Lighting protection
- Remote monitoring
- Supports Helium LoRaWAN server and secondary LoRaWAN server
- Includes prepaid $40 onboarding cost and $10 location cost
|Dimensions||450 mm × 193 mm × 125 mm (17.72 in. × 7.6 in. × 4.92 in.)|
|Temperature||–20 °C to 65 °C (–4 °F to 149 °F)|
|Technology||LongFi LoRaWAN, LoRaWAN|
|Frequency||US915, AU915, AS923, KR920|
|CPU||Raspberry Pi 4 1.5 GHz|
|System Memory||4 GB RAM|
|Antenna Type||External Antennas|
|Power||12 V DC, POE|
|Storage||1× 32 GB MicroSD Card|
|Operating System Support||Linux|