HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa

HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa

HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa

HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I find it amazing how powerful and versatile these can be. You can monitor and control just about anything with relatively simple programming, and LoRa adds SO much versatility in positioning and use, as much as MANY miles from a LoRa Gateway, with no cell network service charges, and battery life that can be measured in YEARS.It can even be programmed to be a single-channel LoRa gateway.433MHz is the best choice for long range and ability to shrug off (some) LOS obstacles.The OLED screen is nice for initial setup or later use "in the field", or as a general purpose interactive microcontroller.The board's built-in support to charge and protect a Lithium cell is so useful.Be sure to determine if the included antenna /aerial is a true 433MHz one before use- some of these (other brands, anyway?) have come through with incorrect antennas.max 87% off,max 75% off,ranking top14HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa
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  • WIFI LoRa 32 development board with 433/470MHz antenna, It supports Sniffer, Station, softAP and Wi-Fi Direct modes. This product is based on the WIFI Kit 32 added SX1278 chip, that is, LoRa remote modem, 433MHz frequency, about -139dBm high sensitivity, +20 dBm power output
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This product is based on the WIFI Kit 32 added SX1278 chip, that is, LoRa remote modem, 433MHz frequency, about -139dBm high sensitivity, +20 dBm power output, high reliability, transmission distance (measured open area communication distance 3.6Km).

Onboard 32MByte Flash, Wi-Fi antenna, 0.96-inch blue OLED display, lithium battery charging circuit and interface, CP2102 USB to serial chip, the perfect support for Arduino development environment, can be very simple and fast for program verification and product development.

Specification:
Operating voltage: 3.3V to 7V
Operating temperature range: -40 ° C to + 90 ° C
Supports Sniffer, Station, softAP and Wi-Fi Direct modes
Data rate: 150 Mbps 11n HT40,72 Mbps 11n HT20,54 Mbps 11g, 11 Mbps 11b
Transmit power: 19.5 dBm 11b, 16.5 dBm 11g, 15.5 dBm 11n
Receiver sensitivity up to - 139 dBm
UDP continues to throughput by 135 Mbps

Package Including:
1 * WIFI LoRa 32 Development Board with OLED
1 * 433/470MHz Antenna
1 * Pin sticker
2 * Pin headers

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HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa

HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I find it amazing how powerful and versatile these can be. You can monitor and control just about anything with relatively simple programming, and LoRa adds SO much versatility in positioning and use, as much as MANY miles from a LoRa Gateway, with no cell network service charges, and battery life that can be measured in YEARS.It can even be programmed to be a single-channel LoRa gateway.433MHz is the best choice for long range and ability to shrug off (some) LOS obstacles.The OLED screen is nice for initial setup or later use "in the field", or as a general purpose interactive microcontroller.The board's built-in support to charge and protect a Lithium cell is so useful.Be sure to determine if the included antenna /aerial is a true 433MHz one before use- some of these (other brands, anyway?) have come through with incorrect antennas.max 87% off,max 75% off,ranking top14HiLetgo ESP32 LoRa SX1278 0.96 inch OLED Display Development Boa