Hi all, I want to control street lights instantly so nodes must be class c because need to send current light data
I just saw ttn doesn’t support class c
I also control lights via raw Arduino Lora repo
So loraserver supports class c and always listen ?
Yes, It does. You Just need to configure this on Devices profiles.
Yes I saw it before
Have you ever worked with class c?
Yes, i’m currently working with class C nodes using the stable release of this loraserver. Works fine!
im using arduino lmic, but it doesnt support class c i guess what are you using for node?
and i see Class-C confirmed downlink timeout what is it for?
class -c is anytime send and recieve right?
The node I’m using was built on demand for my client, for this reason, I cannot share too many details about it, but search for MCUs whose providers has LoRaWAN libraries available for use. There is some in the market.
I think that this timeout is referring about the time that a node waits to receive an ack packet. This information is available on LoraWAN specifications and it is different for each region.
The main characteristic of a class C node is the receive window always opened except when is transmitting something.
im using lmic, arduino for node but it only supports class-A
if you got any arduino package please share