LoRa development packs jump-start projects: Page 2 of 2

October 17, 2019 //By Julien Happich
LoRa development
STMicroelectronics has introduced two $99 ready-to-use development packs that enable all types of users from large corporations to independent designers or even schools to utilize LoRa’s long-range, low-power wireless IoT connectivity.

The P-Nucleo-LRWAN2 pack is for high-frequency (868MHz/915MHz/923MHz) ISM bands. It comes with the I-Nucleo-LRWAN1 node expansion board designed by USI, which combines an STM32L0-powered module with ST’s sensor devices including the LSM303AGR MEMS e-compass (accelerometer/magnetometer), LPS22HB pressure sensor, and ST HTS221 temperature and humidity sensor. The P-Nucleo-LRWAN3 pack for low-frequency (433/470MHz) ISM regions comes with a node expansion board embedding the STM32L0-powered RisingHF module RHF0M003, together with an ST LSM6DS33D accelerometer, ST LPS22HB pressure sensor, and HTS221 temperature and humidity sensor.

STMicroelectronics - www.st.com


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