IoT LoRa Conference Button

The purpose of installing a Wireless 3-Button Conference Solution on the premise is to:

  • Raise request for different services
  • Get different services
  • Communicate service need

Use cases of 3-Button Conference Solution:

  • Office conference room request for IT service, Pantry service or Admin service etc.
  • Restaurant table to request drinks, food or bill.
  • Manufacturing unit to request different components.
  • Hotel rooms to ask different services like reception, food, laundry etc.

The technical details of 3-Button Conference IoT device on the premise are:

  • Wireless – Works on LoRaWAN Technology
  • Worldwide Unlicensed Band – India License-free LoRa frequencies 865-867 MHz
  • Integrated Big-Data Analysis Platform- Dynamic cloud based Dashboard for Real-time reports and analysis
  • Real time data transfer
  • Encrypted and secure data
  • Unlimited button presses
  • Low Power- Huge Battery life with 3 – 5 years with standard two AA – Alkaline Batteries
  • LED indicator on push feedback metallic buttons. Green, blue and red colours
  • Wall mounted IP65 Ingress protection enclosure with
  • Inbuilt confirmation alarm and LED light
  • Designed, Engineered and developed in Germany
  • Model No: MTC-IN-FB01
  • Enclosure Size: 158 x 86 x 60 mm
  • Net Weight: 382 gm
  • Ingress protection: IP65
  • Battery Life: 5 Years
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to +55°C
  • Voltage: 3v (2 x AA Battery)
  • Frequency: IN 865 -867 MHz (CE & ETA-Approved)
  • SF Supported: 7 – 12
  • OTAA and ABP: Compliant
  • LoRa Chip: SX1276
  • Bit rate: up to 300 kbps
  • RF output.: 20 dBm

FAQ – 3-Button Conference

Does the product needs charging?

No, the wireless button works on 2 AA standard alkaline batteries

How often do I have to replace the batteries?

The device can run for up to 5 years

How do I replace the batteries?

Use a standard Phillips (+) screw driver to remove four screws provided on the top to remove the top cover and insert batteries in the battery holders

How do I know the device has started?

A single very short beep (chirp) after inserting the batteries indicates start of the device

How to ensure the device has successfully joined the network?

The join attempt will start some time after the start of the device (by default 30 seconds). 3 very short beeps (chirps) in rapid succession indicate a successful join of the network

How do I know the correct mounting position of the device?

Mount the device on base and ensure while opening the wires do not get stretched