Efficient miner for a new cryptocurrency, Helium (HNT)
Complete set-up in minutes using a smartphone
LongFi™ technology maximises range and battery life
Low Power – uses as much power as a broadband router (15W)
Easily manage Hotspots and tokens from the mobile app

Frequency Selection

The Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot Miner comes in three different frequency variants:

470 MHz (CN470) – this is suitable for China.
868 MHz (EU868, IN865, RU864) – this is suitable for EU, India, Russia and a variety of other countries.
915 MHz (US915, AU915, KR920, AS923-1/2/3) – this is suitable for USA, Australia, New Zealand and lots of countries in South America and Asia.
In the Nebra HNT hotspot miners, the frequency plan for the LoRa concentrator (for example US915 or AU915) is determined automatically based on the location that you choose for the “location assert”. This means that within the frequency variants (470 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz) you can move it to a new location with a different frequency plan and it will auto-update. This only works within a single frequency – for example you can change from a US915 to AU915 location. But you can’t change from a US915 location to EU868 or CN470 without changing the concentrator module.

Proof of Coverage

The Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot Miner earns HNT Helium tokens when devices connect, and for validating wireless coverage delivered by peers. Using a system called Proof-of-Coverage, Hotspot Miners earn more HNT when they’re in range of other miners, but need to be at least 300 metres apart.

The range depends on the environment:

Rural areas: ~10 miles or more.

Dense areas: ~ 1 mile.

Single HNT Hotspot Miners earn less as they can only issue Challenges over the internet, and can’t participate in Proof-of-Coverage.