Non-cellular multi-purpose wearable device featuring Pymesh and the following…

  • LoRa, WiFi and Bluetooth
  • OLED (Piezo touch screen)
  • GPS
  • Accelerometer
  • State of the art antennas
  • LiPo battery
  • QI wireless charging
  • 6 exposed pins (2 charging/4 universal in/out)

Available on back-order




Meet the PyGo1 which is in essence a LoPy4 module on steroids! We packed the LoPy4 in an IP67 case, gave it an OLED (Piezo touch screen sensing), a GPS, an accelerometer, some state of the art antennas, a LiPo battery and a QI wireless charging solution. The PyGo1 features six exposed pins: 2 for power and 4 universal inputs/outputs with digital/analogue capabilities so that you can connect different types of sensors and actuators. Developers can physically connect Things and sensors to a PyGo! And yes, before you ask, rest assured, we will be adding electrical circuit protection to ensure PyGo can have a bath and still retain its cool IP67 protection.

Best of all, the PyGo modules are fully programmable using existing Pycom IDE such as Pymakr and can link up with any other Pycom modules. We launched the PyGo modules with the ability to mesh together at distance of up to 12KM. PyGo1 includes WiFi, Bluetooth, LoRa and Sigfox. The PyGo1 gives access to all the world’s LPWAN networks on one tiny board.

The PyGo1 includes 1-year of Sigfox connectivity.

If you are purchasing the PyGo1 and wish to connect via USB to your computer, you will also need to purchase either the PyGo cradle.


PyGo1 Features

  • Powerful CPU
  • Five networks: WiFi, BLE, LoRa, LoRa (MESH) and Sigfox
  • Up to 1KM WiFi range
  • MicroPython enabled
  • Electrical circuit protection
  • Ultra-low power usage: a fraction compared to other connected microcontrollers
  • Pymakr IDE supported
  • Pylife Application with IFTTT style environment for light programming
  • OLED
  • IP67 rated
  • Qi Wireless charging


  • Espressif ESP32 SoC
  • Dual processor and WiFi radio system on chip
  • Networking processor handles the WiFi connectivity and the IPv6 stack
  • Main processor is entirely free to run the user application
  • An extra ULP-coprocessor that can monitor GPIOs, the ADC channels and control most of the internal peripherals during deep-sleep mode while only consuming 25uA


  • Analog channels: 8_12 bit ADCs, 2_8 bit DAC
  • Timers: 2_64 bit with PWM with up to 16 channels
  • DMA on all peripherals
  • 2 Pins (Power)
  • GPIO: 4 analog input (0-3.3V 12bit SAR ADC) and digital (3.3V logic) input/output pins.

Hash / Encryption

  • SHA, MD5, DES, AES

WiFi Networking

  • 802.11b/b/n 16mbps


  • Low energy and classic


  • Running at 32KHz


  • Node range: Up to 50km

Security & Certifications

  • SSL/TLS support up to 1.2
  • WPA Enterprise security
  • AES encryption engine


  • RAM: 64Mbit
  • Flash Memory: 8MB
  • Hardware floating point acceleration
  • Python multi-threading


  • LiPo battery: 420mAh LiPo 4.2V


  • Connect upto 200 devices in a mesh using our LoRamesh technology

Sigfox Operating Frequencies

  • RCZ1 – 868MHz(Europe)
  • RCZ2 – 902MHz (US, Canada and Mexico)
  • RCZ3 – (Japan and Korea)
  • RCZ4 – 920-922MHz (ANZ, Latin America and S-E Asia)

Sigfox Specification

    • Semtech SX1272 – Long Range, Low Power RF Transceiver 860-1000MHz with LoRa® Technology
    • Class 0 device. Maximum Tx power:
    • – 14dBm (Europe)
    • – 22dBm (America)
    • – 22dBm (Australia and New Zealand)
      • Node range: Up to 50km
      • Sigfox pre-certified (October 2016)
      • Power
  • Sigfox (Europe): 17mA in Rx mode, 47mA in Tx mode and 0.5uA in standby
  • Sigfox (Australia, New Zealand and South America):
  • 24mA in rX mode, 257 mA in Tx mode and 0.5uA in standby

Bluetooth Networking

  • Low energy and classic
  • Compliant with Bluetooth v4.2 BR/EDR and BLE specification
  • Class-1, Class-2 and Class-3 transmitter without external power amplifer
  • Enhanced power control
  • 10dBm transmitting power
  • NZIF receiver with -98 dBm sensitivity
  • Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH)
  • Standard HCI based on SDIO/SPI/UART
  • High speed UART HCI, up to 4 Mbps
  • BT 4.2 controller and host stack
  • Service Discover Protocol (SDP)
  • General Access Profile (GAP)
  • Security Manage Protocol (SMP)
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • HID
  • All GATT-based profile supported
  • SPP-Like GATT-based profile
  • BLE Beacon
  • CVSD and SBC for audio codec
  • Bluetooth Piconet and Scatternet

LoRa Operating Frequencies

  • 868MHz(Europe) at 14dBm maximum
  • 915MHz (North and South America, Australia and New Zealand) at 20dBm maximum

LoRa Specification

  • Power consumption: 10mA Rx, 28mA Tx
  • LoRaWAN stack – Class A and C devices
  • Node range: Up to 40km
  • Nano-gateway: Up to 12km (Capacity up to 200 nodes)
  • Auto-connect to the ThingsNetwork

WiFi Networking

      • Up to 1km range
      • 802.11b/g/n 16mbps
      • Power: 12mA in active mode, 5uA in standby


      • 41 x 24 x 12.5 (mm)


    • 24g
    • 54g (Packaged)

Additional information

Weight 0.024 kg
Dimensions 4.1 × 2.4 × 1.25 cm

24 g


41 x 24 x 12.5 (mm)

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