I have been collecting information about functional nodes for basic LoRaWAN tests for a while. This time I present the HELTEC LoRa 32 v1 Wifi module, it collects several interesting functions in IoT applications.
This node is the integration of an ESP32 and a LoRa Chip SX1276 (868-915Mhz) 0.96 inch Oled screen, usb-serial converter CP2102.
- Maximum frequency: 240 MHZ Flash: 32M-Bits
- Processor: For Tensilica LX6 Dual Core
- Display: Oled 0.96 “blue
- Chip Master: ESP32
- LoRa chip: SX1276
- Compatible frequency band: 868-915 MhZ
- Open communication distance: 2.8 Km aprox
- Processing capacity: up to 600 MIPS
- Dual mode Bluetooth: traditional Bluetooth and Bluetooth low power BLE
- Development environment: perfect support for Arduino, ESP-IDF and Mongoose OS.
- Operating voltage: 3.3-7V
- Operating temperature range: -40-90 °
- Receiver sensitivity: -139dBm (SF12, 125 KHZ)
- UDP Continuous Performance: 135 Mbps
- USB adapter chip: CP2102
- Support mode: tracker, station, softAP and direct Wi-Fi
- Transmit Power: 19.5dBm @ 11b, 16.5dBm @ 11g, 15.5dbm @ 11n
- Data rate: 150 Mbps @ 11n HT40, 72 Mbps @ 11n HT20.54 Mbps @ 11g 11 Mbps @ 11b
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