Tim BishopVishnu Kumar
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Modular LoraWAN end node using a Seeed Grove Base ATtiny3224

Create a modular, battery operated LoraWAN end node using any number of Seeed Grove sensor modules. Modularity = repair & reuse.

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Modular LoraWAN end node using a Seeed Grove Base ATtiny3224

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Grove - Temperature&Humidity Sensor (SHT40)
Seeed Studio Grove - Temperature&Humidity Sensor (SHT40)
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Grove - Wio-E5 (STM32WLE5JC)
Seeed Studio Grove - Wio-E5 (STM32WLE5JC)
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Seeed Studio Grove Base ATtiny3224
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SparkFun Snappable Protoboard
SparkFun Snappable Protoboard
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IP66 Junction Box
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PCB MOUNTING STANDOFF, NYLON 6.6, 12.5MM
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Polymer Lithium Ion Battery - 2200mAh 3.7V
Seeed Studio Polymer Lithium Ion Battery - 2200mAh 3.7V
Select a battery with an integrated low voltage disconnect
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Seeed Studio Grove - Universal 4 Pin Buckled 5cm Cable (5 PCs Pack)
Seeed Studio Grove - Universal 4 Pin Buckled 5cm Cable (5 PCs Pack)
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Seeed Studio Seeed 4-pin female jumper conversion cable
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Software apps and online services

Microsoft Visual Studio Code
With the PlatformIO plugin

Story

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Schematics

Schematic of the Grove Base ATtiny3224

Code

LoraWAN node code for the Grove Base ATtiny3224

battery powered LoraWAN end node using the SHT40 I2C temperature and humidity sensor and the Wio E5 LoraWAN module

Credits

Tim Bishop

Tim Bishop

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Vishnu Kumar

Vishnu Kumar

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