The WORKBENCH part 1


no not LMIC… inside is a RN2483 + 328p + dc boost converter (designed and build by rocket scream)
Tx every 5 min. then deepsleep… awaken by the rn2483 itself


code here

(Ssozonoff) #872

OK so you are not using the

Mini Ultra Pro V3 (With Radio)



Any reference for this nice enclosure?
Rocket scream gave me one, and still on “to do” box, shame on me


there seems to be a problem worldwide buying the rn2483A that should be solved end of june.

@Charles … what’s that ?


Enclosure, sorry





found them on ebay but $9 that’s a shame :wink:


this is also a very nice one Charles

$4.99 incl. shipping


(Jeff Uk) #879

…and sadly the board ‘still’ not yet released?! :frowning:


your patience will be rewarded Jeff :wink:
V2 will be even better


“This item does not ship to Germany” :disappointed:


bad luck… try this one :sunglasses:




(Gerardvtk) #884

don’t forget this link:


That’s interesting, just send to fab a 1284P board for a customer, I plan to use MightyCore for bootloader
don’t forget this fully assembled one Moteino Mega LoRa, really nice.

(Gerardvtk) #886

I used MightyCore, I will check your Moteina Mega Lora.
I use these two nodes in my little vineyard for temp/Hum. I use their sketch because the sketch generator sketch (otaa) stopped after one time sending. ( Lowpower.h). I am not good enough to solve that.
Distance to the gateway about 250 meter with some houses and hedges, etc between nodes and indoor gateway.



(Jeff Uk) #888

…have one on me :wink:

Need a couple of degrees more here before I can join in!



Just reading something about dead volume in relation to a temp / humidity sensor
(thanks Anatol from closedcube for the doc)

so placing a sensor in the 'open but, inside a weather enclosure like this one

a so called Stevenson screen, will result in a lot of ‘dead volume’ hence the humidity calculations can give problems…

SHT31D with PTFE filter.

next week I expect the new Rocket Scream low power extra long life V 2.0 LoRaWAN node :sunglasses: and I’m going to combine him with the above, precise and fast Sensirion sensor.
In the past these sensors gave sometimes problems because they didn’t had a ‘real’ I2C bus… but now they do, ‘real’ I2C onboard … so no problems going to sleep/wake up ect.

Also nice is that you can set an alarm temperature and when that is reached it wakes the processor and transmits a LoRaWAN frame .

more next week …


a so called Stevenson screen, will result in a lot of ‘dead volume’ hence the humidity calculations can give problems…

why should a Stevenson give problems?
the sensor is shielded from direct influence but good airflow is guaranteed.
I‘m interrested in your following analysis