LILYGO® TTGO T-Beam V1.1 IPEX ESP32 LORA 868 / 915MHZ WiFi Wireless Bluetooth Module GPS NEO-M8N IPEX 18650 With Battery Holder Q107
LILYGO SKU: Q107
- Frequency: 868/915 MHz
- NEO-M8N - GNSS receiver (supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou)
- Power, Program and Reset switches
- Screen sold separately
- Firmware file:
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The Hardest part is getting access to the unit through Arduino. Once done, pretty straightforward. The power management is sophisticated and documented, but the documentation is well hidden.
BEWARE! The github entries for this are often updated and this board isn't currently shipping so, future updates may break the code for this board. Download libraries when you place your order! Another gottcha is that the libs directory has the dependent libraries with example code. The examples you want for this board (and the vital utilities.h and/or board.h) are in the examples directory on the same level as libs. Do be careful, won't you?
Arduino - Update to 1.8.15 or later, 1.8.13 doesn't cut it. I got it working with both the ESP32 Dev Board AND the T-Beam board settings: 1276 radio, 40MHz, DIO, 921600.