LoRaWAN Smoke Detector

  • Price: Negotiable
  • MOQ: 50 SQM
  • NRC: 0.88 from ISO354
  • Fire protection performance: Class A
  • Eco-Friendly: E1

LoRaWAN Smoke Detector

HKT-SD100 is a smoke detection product that supports the standard LoRaWAN. It adds wireless transmission and wireless networking functions to the traditional independent smoke detector, and transmits fire alarm information wirelessly in real time.

LoRaWAN smoke detector can report to the remote monitoring platform, so it is convenient for the monitoring personnel to know the fire alarm, dealing with it in time, to realize the centralized monitoring and management of the independent smoke detector.

Features of LoRaWAN Smoke Detector

  • Battery powered, no wiring required; wireless transmission, convenient for networking
  • Support LoRaWAN™ standard, system application can be expanded (optional)
  • Support NB-IOT standard (optional)
  • Smoke detection, sound and light alarm, tamper alarm, undervoltage alarm, remote silencer, platform linkage
  • Support remote upgrade and remote configuration
  • Low battery voltage prompt


HKT provides customized services:

  • ODM
  • Pre-sales & After-sales Services
  • Technology Support

Product Specification

Parameter Description
Communication Standard LoRaWAN protocol
Type of alarm Led indicator on, Alarm sound, wireless remote alarm
Alarm Sound Output >80dB (at 3m )
Smoke detecting IR photoelectric smoke detection
Temperature detecting detecting ambient Temperature
Frequency CN470,EU868,US915,AU915,AS923,IN865
Working temperature -20℃~+50℃
Working Humidity 10%~95%RH(relative humidity, non-condensing)
Battery 1500mAh Lithium manganese battery
Battery type 3.0V Built-in Li-SOCL2 battery
Dimension φ110*50mm


LoRaWAN Smoke Detectors have various applications:

•Home Safety: Alert residents and authorities about smoke and fire hazards.
•Commercial Spaces: Enhance fire detection in offices, stores, and public buildings.
•Industrial Settings: Monitor manufacturing environments for potential fire risks.
•Smart Cities: Contribute to urban safety by detecting fires in public areas.
•Warehouse Monitoring: Safeguard goods and facilities from fire damage.


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