This board packs everything you need to perform LoRa/LoRaWAN Development, it has a lot of GPIO to access sensors and peripherals control. It has a STM32WLE5x MCU, Cortex M4 CPU which has enoug power. I really like it. I consider this is a very good way to start in LoRa/LoRaWAN development, but you'll need some Development skills for STM32 devices or use their Arduino port which will need some adjustments to work on this board.
I have been looking for a low Iq 3.3V power supply for my experiments and found the TPS62840 on the TI page. On Tindie this nice implementation was available, and I did some measurements yesterday. After connecting the board due to an error under reverse voltage I saw the chip glowing and I lost the first unit. I was happy to have ordered a few of them as the measurements finally showed that Iq was as low as 30nA (mean value over 1 minute). This is so low that just measuring the output voltage with my USB scope (which sinks around 2 uA) makes the current go up by a factor of > 60! The ripple factor was around 1/1000 at no load and 2/1000 at 660mA (5 Ohm load). The voltage dropped to 3.2V at 660mA load. I still have to explore the other available features. Great power supply!
Just plugin ATMEL ICE adapter wire into the SWD 10 pin socket, connect supply via the USB type-c port and you are done! Works like a charm.. thank you orkhan, looking forward to more products from you.
I ordered this board in order to continue testing a Local implementation of LoRa and LoRaWAN. The build quality is professional.Definitively I recommend this board for all those that want to deploy a LoRa/LoRaWAN network. The feather form factor will make compatible with many addon's that are needed to complete the solution you're looking for.