After the succes with the first versions of the “TvB Wireless Node’s” I decided to develop a new, upgraded LoRaWAN node.
This new node will support 2 different LoRaWAN modules:
- Microchip RN2483 LoRaWAN module
- HopeRF RFM9X LoRaWAN module
This means the node can be fitted with an RFM95 or an RN2483, whatever fits you best.
Here’s a sneak peek of the new node!
The node is about te same size as the SODAQ LoRaONE and doesn’t have a build in GPS or accelerometer.
When comparing the price tag there’s a huge difference!. Most project’s don’t need fancy extra’s. They only need a compact, powerful and multi purpose LoRaWAN node. So here’s my solution that fits all my use cases.
Changes from the previous version:
- Combined RFM9X and RN2483 design on back-side
- Added voltage protection circuit
- Added battery charger circuit with charging LED for lithium ion battery’s
- Added a small RGB-led
- Changed the programming header to a fully compatible 6-pin FTDI connector.
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