LILYGO® TTGO LoRa32 V2.1_1.6 Version 915Mhz ESP32 LoRa OLED 0.96 Inch SD Card Bluetooth WIFI Wireless Module ESP-32 SMA Q211


LILYGO® TTGO LoRa32 V2.1_1.6 Version

At the TTGO LoRa V2.1 ,we added the SMA and IP5306 to the board, which allows it to do more things.

In terms of the power switch, LILYGO has changed the switching interaction mode.
The added SMA antenna can enhance signal transmission.

(Notice: does not include battery and SD card)
Compatible batteries with Micro JST available here

Product Description

Working voltage: 1.8~3.7v
Acceptable current: 10~14mA
Transmit current: 120mA@+20dBm
Operating frequency: 433/868/915MHz
Transmit power: +20dBm
Receive sensitivity: -139dBm@LoRa &62.5Khz&SF=12&146bps
-136dBm@LoRa &125Khz&SF=12&293bps
-118dBm@LoRa &125Khz&SF=6&9380bps
Frequency error: +/-15KHz
FIFO space: 64Byte
Data rate: 1.2K~300Kbps@FSK
Modulation Mode: FSK,GFSK,MSK,GMSK,LoRa TM,OOK
Interface form: SPI
Operating temperature: -40℃- +85℃

Digital RSSI function

Automatic frequency correction
Automatic gain control
Fast wake-up and frequency hopping
Highly configurable data packet handler
SMA Antenna


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.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Alan Frost
Awesome product

Easy to configure with metastatic! So many possibilities for sensors,etc.

Di'Luna Smith
Nice little device, could use better documentation

I quite like the little LoRa Radios I purchased, they all powered on when tested and were well packed. Though i do wish Lilygo made it a bit easier to find proper detailed documentation on these things, a link to a PDF or a little spec sheet would have been nice as they do require a battery and some ancillary parts to work

Not a huge complaint but was a slight annoyance having to google for the correct model number