Using the VE.Direct to LoRaWAN module you can connect your BMV, MPPT or Phoenix Inverter to the Victron Remote Management portal. View information such as battery status or solar power wherever you are on your desktop or mobile phone. You can check the status of your connected products on Victron's free remote monitoring website: the VRM Online Portal.
Long Range Wide Area Network- LoRaWAN is a wireless network that operates on the 868Mhz frequency. It has a long-range and uses small amounts of power. The VE.Direct LoRaWAN module can send hourly data updates via this network. You do not need a subscription to make use of this network. If you do not have coverage in your region it is possible to add your own gateway.
What is LoRaWAN? The VE.Direct LoRaWAN (Long Range wide area network) module is essentially a radio transmitter that broadcasts data (in this instance information about the status of your Victron installation) to a nearby Internet of Things (IoT) gateway. The gateway should be within about 2km of your location if you live in a town but could be as far away as 30km if you live in a rural location. This device uses infrastructure provided by ‘The Things Network’. Their network of gateways is constantly expanding and you can check coverage in your area here: https://www.thethingsnetwork.org/map
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