The long-range LoRa® wall switch powered by coin cells and the Arduino IDE

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easySwitchBox does one simple thing – send on\off signals to any relay or actuator, or really trigger any event wirelessly and from a distance. Even up to a couple kilometers using LoRa®. It’s easy to program using the Arduino IDE, and communication is secured by an authentication chip. easySwitchBox not only makes your project more convenient, but makes it look more professional.

Features & Specifications

  • IDE control: Fully compatible with the Arduino IDE
    • Enumerates as an Arduino Pro Mini @ 8 MHz
    • Compatible with all RFM 69 \ 95 compatible open source libraries available
  • Radio transceivers: Three transceiver options will be available
    • HopeRF RFM95 LoRa® 433/868/915 MHz (long-range version)
    • HopeRF RFM69-HCW 433/868/915 MHz (mid-range version)
    • HopeRF RFM69-CW 433/868/915 MHz (low power consumption version)
  • Security: On-board Atmel/Microchip ATSHA204A crypto-authentication chip
    • Provides secured handshakes
  • Antennas: Tuned PCB antenna options that are soldered to the main board
  • Interface: Long-run soft-touch buttons similar to high-quality home switches
    • Each button has a built-in LED for message delivery confirmation
  • Power: utilizes two CR2032 coin cell batteries
    • On-board coin cell holders
    • Reverse polarity protection
    • High-efficiency power converter
    • Batteries can last as long as two years of daily use
  • Mounting: Two options are provided for mounting
    • Pre-applied adhesive tape on the back
    • Screws through holes in the back plate
  • Open source hardware: For all your hacking desires

Antenna option renders

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