Thanks for fast shipping (received within 3 day). my solder iron will warm up soon I think this board is a great value for migrating to TTN V.3 with the new and huge MCCI library (probably you update the documentation?) on the schematic there is missing JL, and RST on the board is marked as JP1. that's what I've seen so far
I'm very pleased LPD/LPS are back again with this LoRaWAN development board. I was sad when the LoRaWAN Mini disappeared. I wanted to buy more but when it disappeared from Tindie I thought I would have to make my own... until I saw this updated version with more flash memory - great! To be honest the LoRaWAN Mini didn't have enough memory for both a LoRaWAN stack and an Adafruit soil sensor.
This megaBrick is professionally assembled to high quality with lead free solder (I don't like lead free for hobby use but lead free is the professional choice when you sell products). I would like to upload a photo but Tindie doesn't let me. It doesn't waste power on inefficient regulators or LEDs (unless you solder a link) so it can run for over a month on a 400mAh battery (with the 'LowPower' library), probably a lot longer with reduced transmissions (my tests sent a transmission every 10 minutes).
I wish LPS every success with this megaBrick and I hope it remains available for a long time. However in case it disappears soon, I recommend any purchaser to save/download the product page and schematic asap. Also a recommendation for LPS; the Tindie product page is good but doesn't print cleanly (Tindie website problem) so it would be helpful to have a downloadable PDF with the product specs, usage information and schematic.
Message to LPS: if you improve the technical documentation by making it downloadable (printing the Tindie page doesn't work) I will increase my documentation review from 4 to 5 stars.
Response from Low Power Solutions | Nov. 14, 2020
Thank you so much for the great review, I appreciate :-). As per your feedback I have added the printable version (PDF) of the documentation which also includes schematic, please check product page. Regarding your low power application. I am working on a base board for megaBrick which will include, apart from other useful things, an RTC that can be used as an external wake-up source. Using this, will allow going into deep sleep with RTC as a wake-up source.