LILYGO® TTGO Meshtastic T-Beam V1.2 ESP32 LoRa 915 Mhz Wireless Module WiFi GPS NEO-6M With OLED Display (Soldered) for Arduino Q407


Note: Q407 replaces part Q349 in September 2023. It is T-Beam v1.2 instead of v1.1 (Q349 SKU). OLED is soldered to T-BEAM (pictures may show multiple sides of this product, only 1 unit included in sale)

  • Meshtastic pre-installed
  • ESP32 - Wifi & Bluetooth
  • SX1276 - LoRa Transceiver
  • Frequency: 915 MHz
  • NEO-6M - GPS receiver
  • SMA antenna connector
  • Power, Program and Reset switches
  • Comes with 0.96 inch OLED display 
  • Firmware file: firmware-tbeam-1.x.x.bin

Warranty & Support:

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Online Technical Manuals and Instructions (Click Here)

State sales tax of 7.5% will be added to FLORIDA purchases only. There is no sales tax for any other state.

Dev board return policy

Development boards are specialty items that generally cannot be resold on return, especially if the firmware has been flashed. Defective boards can be replaced or returned for refund within 30 days of purchase. Non-defective boards can be returned in the same time frame if in like-new condition with a 20 percent restocking fee applied. If the board has had altered firmware or became bricked due to a non-standard firmware flash, the board may not be eligible for return.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Mohamad Husseini

Starts right up, I love the screen. Right away, I was able to flash code into it no problem at all!

Edward Harding

Quick shipping and works exactly as stated!

Sean Souza
Super fast shipping

LILYGO® TTGO works as described. About 2 miles open air range.

Anthony Good
Excellent Meshtastic nodes!

These are great devices to use with Meshtastic. They are affordable, reliable, and work well. Highly recommended, and they ship super quick!

Description of frequency was confusing

The Description of the device lists:
Frequency options:
433 MHz
868 MHz
915 MHz
923 MHz

but this device sold is only 915 MHz. I don't see any options for selecting a different frequency.
Are other frequency models actually available?