LoRa Stik

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

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LoRa is one of the leading wireless technologies powering the emerging Internet of Things. It is used in tons of cool technologies from automatic meter reading, smart parking, and even livestock tracking. It has the unique ability to send packets over pretty long distances using little power (We’re talking kilometers!) LoRa is perfect for devices that are located over long distances and need to send small amounts of data.

Unfortunately configuring and deploying these devices can be more challenging than it needs to be. It can also be tiresome setting up and testing new networks. That’s where LoRa Stik comes in. If you’re looking to build an automated backyard garden, DIY home automation, or garage door opener, LoRa Stik can help you out. This device is ideal for connecting your Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, or any PC to the LoRaWAN network.

Key Features

  • Works with any PC, Raspberry Pi, or Beaglebone
  • Simple serial interface
  • Supports Packet mode LoRa or LoRaWAN
  • Compatible with The Things Network
  • Based on the RN2903/R2483 by Microchip
  • 2 User Programmable LEDs
  • Open Source

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