buying the hardware
I am starting this journey and need your support to buy the first hardware. Please let me know which expansion and development board I should get to start off. I am okay to get the most features of the development board and will need to explore most of the sensors.
Hi @Shoaib-Waqar I understand DHL shipping to Sweden takes 2-3 days. If you order today we will hand it to DHL by tomorrow.
@Matthew-Felgate-0 Thank you.
sorry for asking the same question again as I have to travel outside Sweden. If I order tomorrow (18th Feb), will I be able to receive the package by 26th Feb (Friday).
thank you for guiding
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explore most of the sensors
Pysense can be good if you need a start point with sensors at all.
But in opposite pysense occupy many pins and it can be harder to test some "custom" sensors not included on the board.
The answer as always depend of needs. And as @Gijs point you it also depend of communication channel interested, wifi, bt, Lora, Sigfox, LTE-M1...
@Shoaib-Waqar Hi Shoaib we ship with DHL and its a just few days to go from UK to Stockholm.
You can order online. https://pycom.io/webshop-2/
Thanks for the info.
One more question.
If I order from Stockholm, how many days it would take to reach the items.
Good to see you're interested in our products!
If you're interested in sensors, I'd highly recommend the Pysense 2.0 X as it includes some sensors on the board already.
Per the development board, it really depends on which networks you want to use, theres an overview here: https://docs.pycom.io/products/. The Fipy has the most networks, but does not support any of the 433 MHz ranges of LoRa, for that, you will need a Lopy4 (which does not have a LTE modem).
In the core, all devices work exactly the same, depending on which networks are available and which features your expansionboard offers.