Hello, i am trying to make a LoRa node, with a RN2483 PICTail board, and an Arduino.
And the node should be powered by a battery, so i can have it ex. in my car.
I have used this post, to get the Arduino code, and the connections to the RN2483 chip.
I then used the RN2483 PICTail userguide here, to find the pins on the board (page 20).
But i don’t seem to get it to send.
Do i need to power the RN2483 board with USB and 3.3V from the arduino at the same time ??
And is what i have done even possible, or do i wreck the boards ??
Yesterday i updated the RN2483 to ver. 1.0.1
I’ve tried both with an Arduino Uno and Nano, the code works and i get feedback to the serial monitor.
Thanks in advance