LoRaWAN certification program was announced on 10th of November 2015. We’ve learned that there is a remarkable interest among LoRaWAN community to get the products certified. Hence, we’ve released a FAQ to help the community with the most common questions.
The purpose of LoRaWAN certification is to ensure that a product complies with the LoRaWAN specifications and is compatible with LoRaWAN networks and other LoRaWAN products. Only through the certification can a manufacturer be sure that their product functions correctly without interfering with others.
The world’s first LoRaWAN certification testing was done in Etteplan’s laboratory in Jyväskylä, Finland.
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Wireless devices are becoming more common due to industrial internet. This means an increasing number of devices with an antenna. The antennas are usually covered and hidden inside the devices. Industrial internet devices are also heading for a direction where they become smaller, cheaper and less power consuming all the time. Often they are also battery-operated. All this causes headache for a person responsible for wireless (radio) link performance and operation.
A fault in an electronic device can stem from a variety of sources: electronics and/or mechanical design, an error or a poor work method in assembly, a deviation in component quality or simply a low-quality component. When choosing a component, it is important to identify the factors that are critical in terms of its reliability.
The FINAS accreditation service has granted accreditation to the Jyväskylä testing laboratory of Espotel Oy, which is part of the Etteplan Group, in accordance with requirement SFS-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005. The company’s accreditation code is T298.