TD next TD1208r - a very low consumption high end module for embedded applications!
The TD1208R is the new TD1208 generation, featuring a castellated PADs design with an even more optimized consumption. Because each customer is unique and each business has its own special features...
TD next gives you the ability to embed your own application into the TD1208R modules. Highly programmable with our free SDK, the TD1208 is the most integrated and lowest-power engine for most battery-operated Sigfox objects, including yours.
TD next’s TD1208R devices are high performance, low current SIGFOX™ gateways.The combination of a powerful radio transceiver and a state-of-the-art ARM Cortex M3 baseband processor achieves extremely high performance while maintaining ultra-low active and standby current consumption.
The TD1208R device offers an outstanding RF sensitivity of –126 dBm while providing an exceptional output power of up to +16 dBm with unmatched TX efficiency. The TD1208R device versatility provides the gateway function from a local Narrow Band ISM network to the long-distance Ultra Narrow Band SIGFOX™ network at no additional cost.
The broad range of analog and digital interfaces available in the TD1208R module allows any application to interconnect easily to the SIGFOX™ network. The LVTTL low-energy UART, the I2C bus, the multiple timers with pulse count input / PWM output capabilities, the high-resolution / high-speed ADC and DAC, along with the numerous GPIOs can control any kind of external sensors or activators. Featuring an AES encryption engine and a DMA controller, the powerful 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 baseband processor can implement highly complex and secure protocols in an efficient environmental and very low consumption way.
- 2.3V to 3.3V Power supply
- 1.8 µA sleep mode consumption
- LGA25 (25.4×12.7×3.81mm) Land Grid Array package with castellated pads
- High CAF Resistance
- SIGFOX™ transceiver (fully certified)
- Sensor network
- Health monitors
- Remote control
- Home security and alarm
- Industrial control