Universal Node (868MHz) for The Things Network TTN, providing plenty different ports, programmable with Arduino IDEDesigned by JossiTech in Germany
This is a universal Node for The Things Network that provides different ports for different Purposes, it is easily programmable with Arduino IDE, like any standard Arduino Board (eg. Arduino Uno). ...Read More…
This is a universal Node for The Things Network that provides different ports for different Purposes, it is easily programmable with Arduino IDE, like any standard Arduino Board (eg. Arduino Uno). Furthermore it fits in a suitable enclosure.
The PCB provides the following Ports:
The node consists of an ATmega328p Microcontroller and a RFM95W Radio to communicate with „The Things Network.“ You can find further information, an arduino example and the Eagle-Files under the github link further down.
For easy soldering, the positions of the components are labeled on the board. I have used no SMD-Devices, so you need no special equipment or skills for assembling and soldering. Also the soldering of the RFM95W Radio Module is not very difficult. Find the right position, stick it with a tape and solder it carefully.
You can purchase the PCB only, PCB with enclosure or a kit with all necessary parts, including the enclosure and the ATmega328p Microcontroller with burned Bootloader, ready to use with Arduino IDE.
Check out the documentation on Github for further information!
Be aware that for programming the ATmega328p you need a FTDI-Module (USB to Serial). You can find it everywhere for less money...
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