LILYGO® TTGO Meshtastic T-Echo LoRa SX1262 Wireless Module 915MHz NRF52840 GPS for Arduino H505

$66.97
The T-Echo is the latest device to be release by LILYGO® supporting a low power consumption microcontroller. This is the white color, without BME280
  • firmware file: firmware-t-echo-1.x.x.uf2
  • TTGO's GitHub page for the T-Echo
    LILYGO SKU H505

Features

  • nRF52840 - Bluetooth BLE 5.0, NFC and very low power consumption
  • SX1262 - LoRa transceiver
  • 1.54" eInk display
  • L76K - GNSS receiver - Supporting GPS, BeiDou, GLONASS & QZSS
  • Reset, Program and capacitive touch buttons
  • U.FL antenna connector
  • Does NOT include BME280 Humidity and Pressure Sensor
  • Comes with a case and battery

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

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James Peters
A solid intro device for Meshtastic

For a plug-and-play Meshtastic solution, this has been a great little radio to play with. While I haven't had a chance to do a proper range test yet, it's been an opportunity to learn and get all the foundations laid for when I eventually DO start working at range. Great battery life on the default settings, but it will be interesting to see how that changes once I'm out in the woods with it!

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Macon Cobb
Reboot loop

I purchased and received the two T-Echos quickly and in good condition. I loaded them with Mestastic 1.3 and tested the units. They worked well and functioned probably until one started a constant reboot loop. I am researching the issue and trying to factory reset the unit and then load Meshtastic again. The other unit is still working properly. I am new to Meshtastic and I would buy a newer version of the T-Echo if one is released.