LoRa 1W Breakout - 433M30S

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Do you need power? This breakout for the 433M30S module from EBYTE is a 1W (30dBm) LoRa transceiver. LoRa is great for long range (miles), low power (in sleep), and low data rates (~500bps). This breakout board is designed to connect to any platform that has SPI and 6 available GPIO. We include a robust edge mount SMA connector to connect large LoRa (433MHz) antennas.

We've successfully broadcast 12 miles line-of-sight (thank you foothills!) using the equivalent 915MHz module so theoretically, the 433MHz frequency should travel even further. Your results may vary.

Our example sketches make quick work of the initial setup for the SX1276 LoRa transceiver from Semtech, and the RadioLib Arduino Library makes advanced configuration and protocols (AX.25, Hellschreiber, Morse, RTTY, and SSTV) a cinch too!

We do not plan to regularly produce SparkX products so get them while they’re hot!

You need a HAM license in the USA: The 433MHz band is not 'open' or 'license free' in the USA. If you want to operate a device in the USA, you need to get your HAM radio license. 433MHz is open in many other parts of the world. Please check your local regulations for more information.
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  • SPX1276 Based Design
  • 433MHz center band
  • 1W Power Amplifier
  • Edge mount SMA connector


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  • Member #136296 / about 7 months ago / 1

    This is not legal to use in the US even with an amateur radio license. Until the FCC updates the V/UHF rules the use of spread spectrum modulation on UHF is not permitted.

    • PPC / about 5 months ago / 1

      The onboard SX1276 transceiver is capable of much more than spread spectrum LoRa modulation (FSK, GFSK, MSK, GMSK, LoRa, and OOK modulation) and is very configurable from software.

      You can absolutely use this module legally in the amateur band for many other digital modes.

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