Astronode S

Compact surface mount module for highly integrated, battery powered IoT systems

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BIDIRECTIONAL

The Astronode S sends your messages, gets them acknowledged and receives your commands anytime, anywhere.

COST-EFFICIENT

The Astronode S total cost of ownership is up to 3 times lower than traditional satellite IoT alternatives.

LOW-ENERGY

The Astronode S protocol is optimized for low energy operation, with the lowest peak power available.

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A bidirectional satellite communication module with a serial interface and a compact, surface mount form factor

Astronode S

$49

discount on volume applies

  • Power supply: +3.3 VDC
  • Peak power consumption (RF Tx): <0.35 W
  • Deep sleep current: <500 nA
  • Serial interface: 3.3 V UART
  • Antenna connection via solder pin
  • Encryption: Two-level 256-bit AES with unique device key
  • Dimensions: 35 mm x 31 mm x 4.1 mm
  • Footprint: Castellated pads
  • Certified: CE & FCC

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Discover our data plans

Plan1

$1.30/month

Data included 1kB/device

Plan5

$2.40/month

Data included 5kB/device

Plan15

$3.50/month

Data included 15kB/device

Plan30

$6/month

Data included 30kB/device

Plan60

$11/month

Data included 60kB/device

No activation fee, no hidden fee.

Automated billing system applies the most cost-effective plan for your devices.

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FAQ

Is the Astronode S certified?

Yes, the Astronode S is compliant with CE, FCC, RoHS and REACH.

What kind of battery can I use to power an Astronode S?

The Astronode S needs a power supply of 3.3 V with peak currents of about 80 mA. A wide range of available battery technologies and form factors can be used in combination with a carefully designed power supply circuit.

Where can I find all technical information and documentation about the Astronode S?

For more information, please visit our Astrocast Documentation Platform.

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