a LoRaWAN development board that can be used with a arduino nano, RN2483 and can be extended with i2c sensors, GPS and moreDesigned by Lemcke Solutions, Ships from Netherlands
This is version 2.1 of my LoRaLem RN2483 board. This version is a much improved version of the previous (red) version. I've developed a board to easily get started with LoRaWAN, for instance with ...Read More…
This is version 2.1 of my LoRaLem RN2483 board. This version is a much improved version of the previous (red) version.
I've developed a board to easily get started with LoRaWAN, for instance with "the things network". Just solder on a RN2483 and a arduino pro mini (3.3v 8Mhz) and you're good to go.
The board is designed in such a way that it fits perfectly in this project box:
The board has the following features:
The board can be powered by a accu, for instance a 3.7v lipo
To get started with this board, at a minimum you will need the following parts:
With these parts you can get started, powering the circuit by the FTDI module. If you want to rake it to the next step, you will need a TP4056 connector to power the circuit through that. The TP4056 will give you the possibility to charge the battery, while it's online and will protect your lipo from over/under charging.
Attached is a source code sample that will work on a board with GPS and SI7021 sensors. It will send temperature, humidity and coordinates via "the things network
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At day-time I'm a freelance IT engineer. In my free time I like to tinker around with electronics, automate my home and toy around with things like LoRaWan. I'm not a professional hardware engineer, but I like to develop, try and test things. Once they come out good (enough), I like to put them on sale here on Tindie so others can enjoy them too.