Quite small adapter to perfectly fit the RAK831 next to an Raspberry Pi ZeroDesigned by kilobyte, Ships from Switzerland
What is it? It's a complete solution to perfectly fit the RAK831 Gateway next to an Raspberry Pi Zero. It also has all screw holes to mechanically mount the whole thing onto the Pi and Gateway. Whi...Read More…
It's a complete solution to perfectly fit the RAK831 Gateway next to an Raspberry Pi Zero. It also has all screw holes to mechanically mount the whole thing onto the Pi and Gateway.
It just connects the Raspberry Pi Zero to the RAK831 Gateway.
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?
Lucas | May 9, 2018
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