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VE.Direct LoRaWAN module connected to which LoRa Network by default?

To which LoRa Network does a "VE.Direct LoRaWAN module" connect by default? TTN? If yes will the devices out in the field switch to cluster V3 automatically?

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Lasse answered ·

Hi roochr,

Good question! Yes yhe VE.Direct LoRaWAN Module connects to the TTN network by default. Currently the application only runs ons the V2 stack but we will migrate in the coming months to the V3 stack.

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roochr answered ·

Hi Lasse

Do you have any news about the migration to V3?


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https://www.victronenergy.com/live/vedirect_lorawan#faq

Q14 How about the TTN new v3 infrastructure?

The Things Network (TTN) is rolling out a new version of their infrastructure called V3. Currently the VE.Direct LoRaWAN modules connect to VRM through version V2 of TTN. This means the VE.Direct LoRaWAN modules cannot yet make use of new gateways which are using the new V3 version of TTN.

We plan to migrate to the new V3 version of TTN in the course of 2021. No action will be required from your side; the VE.Direct LoRaWAN modules will automatically reboot and reconnect to VRM via the new V3 version of TTN when we roll out this update. After this update has been rolled out, the VE.Direct LoRaWAN modules will be able to make use of both gateways on version V2 and gateways on version V3. Coverage will not be negatively impacted by this update.

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roochr answered ·

Hi Lasse. Any news here regarding the migration for TTN V3 stack?

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