The BARGAIN basement part 5

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also handy for all your lab test cables :wink:

Nice. Similar product from Orico below
(With 5mm instead of 4mm diameter slots and in different colors.)
Both companies make quality products.

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  • good quality - recommended

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https://www.elektor.nl/dragino-lora-iot-development-kit-868-mhz

Elektor (NL) has put the Dragino Lora IoT kit on sale.

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WARNING ! don’t expect this to work on TTN

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The RFM95 module on the Arduino will be LoRaWAN compliant in combination with LMIC. The single channel gateway is NOT LoRaWAN compliant.

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It’s single channel for sure. But it seems the be able to connect to TTN (no guarantee from me off-course).

See :

Edit : and as @pe1mew states, the single channel gateway is NOT LoRaWAN complaint (you need a full channel for that).

Especially if that is an AMS1117 with a typical Iq of 5mA.

yes gentleman, I know this, but if you’re new (hence my warning) , please use SEARCH and see all the DRAGINO/TTN problems yourself, OTAA / firmware updates ect ect.
It’s a cheap LORA kit… not LoRaWAN.

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Yes exactly my thinking…

One would expect that they have learned from the past.
The battery holder only fits half AA size so battery capacity is limited. I can’t imagine they would constantly drain it with 5mA.

On the positive side, there appear to be 6 SOT-23 chips on the board. Of which possibly one or two LDO’s and the rest MOSFET’s to switch power to components on/off (maybe).

We will only know for sure when/if a circuit diagram becomes available.

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got a present this morning… because you never can have enough :rofl:
NL - https://www.lidl-shop.nl/POWERFIX-Bit-en-schroevendraaierset/p100257293

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pro node wall mount ? :wink:

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adv-holder

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update

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