LoRa (WAN) Node Low Power Arduino Based with NFC Memory, MikroBUS extension and Temperature/Humidity SensorsDesigned by IOT-LoRa & ESP32 in France
What is it? It is a LoRa Node Low Power with RFM95 Module powered with Lithium 3.7v AA battery. - low power since Power led and power regulator of the Arduino Pro Mini has been removed. - NFC memory…Read More…
It is a LoRa Node Low Power with RFM95 Module powered with Lithium 3.7v AA battery. - low power since Power led and power regulator of the Arduino Pro Mini has been removed. - NFC memory to configure the node and to save datas. - Mikrobus connector extension to extend its capabilities to infinite Finally, this LoRa Node has a Led and Power Level measure to control the voltage of the battery.
I would like to have a flexible node that I can configure and read some information with my smartphone and which I can put everywhere (no need complex material to configure on site).
I would like to used for various usage so I decided to use the MikroBUS connector for infinite variation of this node (https://www.mikroe.com/click).
I would like also low power which guarantee me at least 5 years of life of this node.
Easy to program, so the node is based on Arduino pro mini.
I think it is special beacuse it have a very small format (50mm x 70mm) with MikroBUS extension (to support various extension boards) and a NFC memory to configure it and local data with my smartphone (So, I do not need special software and complex interfaces to configure it)
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