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Adafruit RFM96W LoRa Radio Transceiver Breakout – 433 MHz – 3073

5 5 out of 5 (1 customer review)

Adafruit RFM96W LoRa Radio Transceiver Breakout – 433 MHz – 3073

5 5 out of 5 (1 customer review)

If you’re looking for a simple way to send data over long distances, the Adafruit LoRa Transceiver Board 433 MHz... More

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Description

If you’re looking for a simple way to send data over long distances, the Adafruit LoRa Transceiver Board 433 MHz could be just what you need. LoRa is short for Long Range Radio. Designed primarily for M2M and IoT applications, it won’t send data fast but it will send it far – up to 2km line of sight using simple wire antennas, or up to 20Km with directional antennas and settings tweaking.

Specifications

SKU

1245502

mpn

3073

brand

ADAFRUIT INDUSTRIES

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  • This product was a skeptical purchase. That being said it has pleasantly surprised me in how quickly I was able to integrate it into my circuit.
    I was using it for a speed controller which then sent the data as a form of telemetry for my electric race car. It is worth noting that depending on which arduino board you use, the pins will change due to allocated SPI clock pins etc. The RFW9x is a 433MHz system which I used with a MEGA2560 and it worked a treat! The Data sheet is you bible when setting this up so give it a read first. The example code is a little complicated so I would use this video here to get you started: https://youtu.be/tO1hYr6hNa4

    If you get stuck, don't give up. It does work you just need to find a way!

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