Telit announced Bravo, an evaluation kit for rapidly creating and deploying a wide variety of IoT products, including drones, wearables, smart home devices and more. Featuring Telit’s ME910C1-WW LTE module, based on the Qualcomm MDM9206 LTE IoT Modem from Qualcomm Technologies, and three Bosch Sensortec environmental and motion sensors, Bravo provides application developers, device manufacturers and product designers with everything they need for the First Mile of IoT.
Bravo includes the ME910C1-WW, the 3GPP Release 13 Category M1/NB1 evolution of the Telit LE910 Series of LTE modules. Key features include: global deployability, with support for 13 4G bands and four 2G bands for GSM/GPRS fallback; maximum downlink and uplink data rates of 300 kbps; Power Saving Mode (PSM) and extended Discontinuous Reception (eDRX) to maximize battery life; a maximum coupling loss (MCL) of +15dB/+20dB to ensure reliable connections, including deep inside buildings, as well as certification by global mobile operators for immediate use on their LTE-M and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) networks.
The 28.2×28.2×2.2 mm ME910C1-WW module based on the Qualcomm MDM9206 LTE IoT modem makes Bravo ideal for developing applications for wearables, industrial sensors and other IoT devices. Bravo also can be connected to popular open hardware platforms such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
Bravo is just the first of a series of new evaluation kits aimed to make IoT development fast and easy to deploy. An Arduino board, including the Telit miniature ME310G1 module using Qualcomm Technologies’ next generation Qualcomm 9205 LTE IoT Modem, supporting Arduino IDE and Bosch smart sensor is upcoming.
Bravo supports Telit OneEdge, a software suite whose integrated, secure, easy-to-use tools dramatically simplify design, deployment and management of IoT products. OneEdge enables zero touch on-boarding, security built in at the point of manufacture, SIM-less cellular subscription management, simplified enterprise integration and more. Three Bosch Sensortec sensors are included in Bravo to support a wide variety of applications.
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