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What is it?

This adapter board connects a Raspberry Pi (Zero, 2 Model B or above) to an IMST iC880A LoRaWAN concentrator board.
You can use the board instead of jumper wires which makes the work much easier.
Power is provided by Raspberry Pi.

What you find here

  • KiCad Fils
  • Gerber Files
  • Pictures of the iC880A-Adapter-Board

iC880A-Adapter-Board

It is easy to build the board. You need to solder the following parts to complete it:

  • 1 pc of 1x20 pinheader
  • 1 pc of 2x20 pinheader
  • 2 pcs of 1x3 pinheader

Pinout

iC880A <-> Raspberry Pi

  • 07 <-> 38 ... GPIO20
  • 08 <-> 36 ... GPIO16
  • 09 <-> 32 ... GPIO12
  • 10 <-> 31 ... GPIO6
  • 11 <-> 29 ... GPIO5
  • 13 <-> 22 ... GPIO25-Reset
  • 14 <-> 23 ... GPIO11-CLK
  • 15 <-> 21 ... GPIO9-MISO
  • 16 <-> 19 ... GPIO10-MOSI
  • 17 <-> 24 ... GPIO8-NSS
  • 21 <-> 02 ... 5V-VCC

LoRaWAN-Gateway

To build a LoRaWAN-Gateway you need just a

  • Raspberry Pi (Zero, 2 Model B or above) + power supply
  • this iC880A-Adapter-Board
  • IMST iC880A LoRaWAN concentrator board
  • antenna + cable

Setup the LoRaWAN-Gateway

To set up the software on your LoRaWAN-Gateway, see setup scripts at https://github.com/OpenIotNetwork/ic880a-setup-scripts

Info

You find information about our LoRaWAN initiative at https://openiot.network
See also OpenIoT-Forum at https://forum.openiot.network/t/openiot-ic880a-adapter-board/112

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