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Works Worldwide: LPRS, Europe’s
leading manufacturer of short-range wireless devices, now offers Internet of
Things (IoT) and other wireless control or communication system builders with a
system-on-chip fully integrated wireless controller which meets international
frequency requirements and transmission standards.
Provides Secure Communication for IoT Devices:
Now available with
operating frequencies for World Markets the LPRS eRIC (easyRadio Integrated
Controller) module is just half the size and half the cost of the long
established and field proven easyRadio range and can be set by users to operate
in a number of low power modes offering current consumption as low as 32µA.
Provides On-Board User Application Memory: The
low-cost feature-rich LPRS eRIC (easyRadio
Integrated Controller) wireless module has been designed to provide system
builders with a simple to integrate complete wireless communication solution
combined with a wide range of user options. eRIC modules are supplied
preconfigured to operate as standalone modules but can be modified by any
developer to take full advantage of the internal processor’s features.
Low Power for IoT Devices: The
low cost, high security easyRadio Integrated Controller (eRIC) offers designers
seven power saving modes of operation to ensure maximum battery life of remote
sensors. The LPRS eRIC transceiver power saving modes provide control of the
duty cycle of the receiver so that the ‘ON’ time can be set to 12.5%, 6.25%,
3.1% , 1.56%, 0.78%, 0.39% & 0.2% with corresponding levels of power saving
from its “always on” current of 16mA.