New channel alliance for LoRa-WAN high-tech components

The Swiss specialists for engineering and IT, Miromico, and the well-known distribution house, Computer Controls, have agreed on a partnership for the sale and consulting of integrated circuits, electronic systems and Internet of Things products.

The distribution specialist for consulting-intensive, high-quality electronic components, Computer Controls AG (CCAG), headquartered in Zurich, is now serving the European market with FMLR modules and gateways for LoRaWAN applications (Long Range WAN), analog, mixed-signal and digital microchips as well as customer-specific IoT solutions from Miromico AG.

The core product of the new product family by CCAG is currently the world’s smallest LoRaWAN-module with Maxim MCU from Miromico. The module enables a wireless connection to almost all devices, systems and sensors communicating with low data rates over a distance of more than 50 km, e.g. for smart city solutions. For the immediate construction of IoT-Sensor networks, the system can be expanded with additional sensors with low power on an external carrier board.

The miniature module is flanked by additional FMLR modules, also with a small footprint of 14 x 19.5 mm, for seamless integration in LoRaWAN installations. Possible applications for these modules are telemetry, smart metering, battery-operated sensors, wireless sensing, remote data acquisition or industrial and home automation.

LoRaWAN, an internationally recognized radio technology for IoT data transmission, reaches locations that remain inaccessible for today’s mobile communications.

The LoRaWAN software stack for the module is available as an open source solution and can be operated on the integrated microcontroller. The modules are available with additional on-board flash memory to enable over-the-air (OTA) updates.

Another product highlight from Miromico is the FMLR-PGWC mPCIe LoRaWAN gateway card as a plug-and-play solution for wireless communication networks with long range and low power according to the LoRaWAN standard. The card in mini PCIe formfactor communicates with a host processor via a serial USB 2.0 interface (CDC).

With the components of Miromico AG, which was founded in 2002 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, CCAG now has highly sophisticated products for the LoRaWAN area in its sales program and is once again demonstrating its position with the current product portfolio as a full-service provider for high-tech companies. >> More

 View this Press Release on the Website from CCAG


Miromico AG
Sarah Frigg
Head Marketing at Miromico
Gallusstrasse 4
CH-8006 Zürich, Switzerland
Tel +41 43 | 222 57 00

Computer Controls AG
Andrea Tinner
Marketing Manager
Computer Controls AG
Industriestrasse 53
CH-8112 Otelfingen, Switzerland
Tel +41 44 308 66 66


About Miromico

Miromico is a leading, innovative high-tech company, focusing on designing hardware, products, OEM platforms and design services in the areas of integrated circuits, electronic systems, and software. It has many years of technology experience in the field of RF technology and in particular the Internet-of-Things (IoT). As LPWAN solution provider, Miromico provides its customers leading- edge wireless modules, sensors, and gateways that are at the forefront of technology.
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Über die Computer Controls AG

Computer Controls Group is an innovative reseller and electrical engineering solutions provider. It is the equivalent for technical distribution of high-level electronic components, test and measurement instruments and systems in Switzerland and Eastern-Europe. We offer highest technical competency and a vast variety of products to our customers, for all test-and-measurement as well as design or research-and-development needs. More information is available at

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

Computer Controls AG
Industriestrasse 53
CH8112 Otelfingen
Telefon: +41 (44) 30866-66
Telefax: +41 (44) 30866-55

Andrea Tinner
MarCom Manager
Telefon: +41 44 308 6666
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