What is it? It's a complete solution to perfectly fit the RAK831 Gateway onto a Raspberry Pi. It also has all screw holes to mechanically mount the whole thing onto the Pi and Gateway. Which Featur...Read More…
It's a complete solution to perfectly fit the RAK831 Gateway onto a Raspberry Pi. It also has all screw holes to mechanically mount the whole thing onto the Pi and Gateway.
It is over current protected (polyfuse), it has a Power LED, LED on GPIO 17, Pads for connecting something I2C related, BME280 T/H/P Sensor and the Header for the RAK831 Module.
Currently, there is no comparable solution to mine available. So I thought "let's make it"
It's a much smaller and neater solution, but still a same powerful solution as the currently available IMST iC880a + Breakout based ones.
The Breakout is configured to be compatible with the reference Setup from ttn-zh. So you can really use it like an iC880a setup.
The modules are hand assembled in Switzerland. I test every module prior shipping. This is a free time project from a Nerd, thus it lacks from any certifications and isn't RoHS conform.
How big is the PCB?
How can I power the thing?
It just doesn't work. What can I do?
What color of the PCB do I get?
What do I get if I buy one of this?
How can I get this thing together with my RAK831 and Pi running with The Things Network?
What is this strange RAK831 thing you're talking about?
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