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Lora Hack - HPRF

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The Lora Hack - HPRF module is a tiny Arduino™ compatible development board with LoRa capability built-in. It is tailored for battery powered long-range monitoring and control applications. It will allow you to connect anything to the cloud.

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The Lora Hack - HPRF module is a tiny Arduino™ compatible development board with LoRa capability built-in. It is tailored for battery powered long-range monitoring and control applications. It will allow you to connect anything to the cloud.

Package content:

  • 1 x Lora Hack - HPRF board;
  • 1 x 14way pin header strip;
  • 1 x 12way pin header strip;
  • 1 x 6way header.
  • Note: The package do not include the antenna. Choose one here.

Board Features:

  • Dimensions: 26mm x 41mm;
  • Breadboard-friendly;
  • Microcontroller: ATmega328p
  • Board Supply: 3,3V up to 6V;
  • 8 Analogue pins;
  • 14 Digital IO pins;
  • SPI / I2C / UART;
  • 2 User LEDs;
  • Reset Button;
  • Integrated LoRa modem RFM95W(868MHz);
  • Integrated LDO 3,3V up to 600mA;
  • Built-in LIPO Battery Charger with status LED;
  • JST Battery Connector;
  • Micro USB connector for power;
  • Programmable over FTDI serial cable;
  • Open source Hardware: github repository;
  • Open source Software; github repository;

LoRa Features:

  • Uses license-free ISM band;
  • Long Range (up to 15Km);
  • Low power consumption;
  • Low data-rate (from 0.3 kbps to 50 kbps depending on distance);
  • Is a secure protocol, the encryption of your information is always ensured;

Lora Hack HPRF Description

Loading Firmware to Board

To load firmware to the board you will need an FTDI compatible cable (for example the FTDI Hack). The FTDI interface pads are on the left side of the battery connector (check image above).

You can use the Arduino IDE to edit the code and also as the software tool to load the firmware into the board. In order to do it you have to configure the IDE for the correct target board:

- Under the menu "Tools" choose the Board "Arduino Pro or Pro Mini";

- Under the menu "Tools" choose the Processor "ATmega328 (3.3V, 8MHz)";

- Under the menu "Tools" choose the Port that corresponds to you FTDI cable.

Arduino IDE Target Board

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