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.
- 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
- 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
- To use the Raspberry Pi Pico with C/C++, please refer to C/C++ Development manual
- To use the Raspberry Pi Pico with Micropython, please refer to MicroPythonenvironmentmanual
Hereby we use VScode IDE in Windows 10 to show you how to use the LoRa module.
- 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.
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.
- Register an account in TTS and log in.
- Create an Application.
- Add an End Device
- Configure the End Device as the picture. Please save the DevEUI and the AppKey for further using.
- Download the Demo Codes and save it to the directory of Pico-SDK
- 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.
- Build the project and program it to the Raspberry Pi Pico. Then you can check the serial data
About the Demo codes
If you require technical support, please go to the Support page and open a tickets.