LoStik

by Ronoth, LLC

Open source USB LoRa® device. Get connected and take advantage of the growing IoT network.

View all updates Mar 06, 2019

LoDev Launch

Today we're launching LoDev S76S, an STM32 LoRa® development platform that’s software-compatible with Arm® Mbed™. Available now on Crowd Supply.

LoDev by Ronoth, LLC is an open source LoRa® development board featuring the S76S SiP (system-in-a-package) from AcSip. The S76S is a compact SiP including the STM32L073 micro-controller, SX1276 LoRa® radio, and RF matching components, all in a very compact, breadboard-ready 11 x 13 mm package. It comes with an FCC modular certification, and is compatible with the Arm® Mbed™ platform. LoDev allows IoT (Internet of Things) engineers and hobbyists to develop their own sensors and devices with long-range connectivity.

LoDev is open-source and made by a hardware enthusiast for hardware enthusiasts. It is breadboard-friendly and comes with a ton of software examples to get you started. It was built with the Mbed™ IDE and community in mind, but will work with any IDE supporting ARM Cortex.

For this project to become a reality we need your support. Hop on over to the Crowd Supply campaign page to ensure you get one of the first LoDev units before the end of the crowdfunding campaign.

LoRa® and LoRaWAN™ are trademarks of Semtech Corporation or its subsidiaries. Arm® and Mbed™ are trademarks of Arm Limited.


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Product Choices

$46

LoStik 915 MHz - America, Australia

One LoStik, programmed and ready to go. The 915 MHz version uses the RN2903 and is for US, Canada, South America and Australia. If you are unsure which version you need check out the frequency plan for your country.


$46

LoStik 868 MHz - Europe

One LoStik, programmed and ready to go. The 868 MHz one uses the RN2483 and is common for Europe. If you are unsure which version you need check out the frequency plan for your country.


$85

LoStik Duo 915 MHz - America, Australia

Don't own a LoRa® gateway or know if there is one in your area? You can still benefit from long range LoRa® communications in packet radio mode without the need for a gateway or the complexity of LoRaWAN. The 915 MHz version uses the RN2903 and is for US, Canada, South America and Australia. If you are unsure which version you need check out the frequency plan for your country.


$85

LoStik Duo 868 MHz - Europe

Don't own a LoRa® gateway or know if there is one in your area? You can still benefit from long range LoRa® communications in packet radio mode without the need for a gateway or the complexity of LoRaWAN. The 868 MHz one uses the RN2483 and is common for Europe. If you are unsure which version you need check out the frequency plan for your country.

Credits

Ronoth, LLC

We are a handful of crazy tech entrepreneurs who have a passion for open-source hardware and software. We've worked together for close to 10 years now and have probably had more than three ventures, but we're only counting the best ones. We're always fascinated with the uncountable ways the internet has changed and connected the world around us and continuously look toward new ways we can be a small part of this generations most exciting advancement.


Steven Osborn

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