Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M

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Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M
Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M

SX1262 LoRa Node Module For Raspberry Pi Pico, LoRaWAN Protocol Support, EU868 Band
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Overview

The Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M is a LoRa node expansion module designed for Raspberry Pi Pico based on SX1262, which supports LoRaWAN protocol and EU868 band. It is allowed to connect the TTN, TTS servers through a LoRa gateway to use LoRa Cloud service fast and easily.

Features

  • Standard Raspberry Pi Pico header supports Raspberry Pi Pico series boards
  • Supports LoRaWAN protocol and EU868 band
  • PH1.25 battery and recharge controller allows connecting rechargeable Lithium battery
  • 2x LED indicators for monitoring module operating status

Specifications

  • RFID: SX1262
  • Frequency range: EU868 (863~870MHz)
  • Modulation: LoRa/(G)FSK
  • Emit power: >[email protected]
  • Operating voltage: 3.3V
  • Module power consumption:
  • Communication bus: SPI
  • Operating temperature: -40 ~ 85℃
  • Dimensions: 21.00 × 52.00mm

Pinout

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Dimension

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Setup Environment

Hereby we use VScode IDE in Windows 10 to show you how to use the LoRa module.

Hardware Connectint

connection
  • Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M x1
  • Raspberry Pi Pico x1
  • Micro USB Cable x1

About LoRa Network

The Pico-LoRa-SX1262 is connected to Raspberry Pi Pico and works as an End Node. User LoRaWAN protocol, the End Node connects to the TTS server, transmit or receive data to/from TTS server through the LoRa Gateway. Here is the topology of the Network.

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Please check if the module is available in your city according to the local network. Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M is suitable for the area which is covered with EU868. You can also go to LoRa Alliance and check your local network.

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Access Network

  • Register an account in TTS and log in.
  • Create an Application.
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  • Add an End Device
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  • Configure the End Device as the picture. Please save the DevEUI and the AppKey for further using.
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  • Download the Demo Codes and save it to the directory of Pico-SDK
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  • Open the VScode, and open the pico-lorawan directory with VScode. Add the DevEUI and AppKey saved to the example\otaa_temperature_led\config.h file.
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  • Build the project and program it to the Raspberry Pi Pico. Then you can check the serial data
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About the Demo codes

  • The demo codes are based on the pico-lorawan project, and updated to compatible the Pico-LoRa-SX1262-868M module
  • For more details about the LoRaWAN protocol, pleaser refer to LoRa Allicance
  • If you want to create your own cloud server, pleaser refer to lorawan-stack,chrpstack

If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a tickets.