ARDUINO IOT 33 & AS32-TTL-100

Hello.
I would like to connect an Arduino IoT with AS32-TTL-100 but there are no drivers. It works partially with driver for LORA E32. I really don’t know if this driver can be used or I connected the hw incorrectly. The manual does not describe the use of PullUP & Voltage divider resistors, but it doesn’t matter if they are there or not, it does not work. IoT does not have SoftwareSerial or HardwareSerial I used Serial1. Can anyone advise me how to ensure that air transmission works?
well thank you


Exit the program:
Sleep mode
Reset= OK
Info= AS32-TTL100-V2.0
Soft v.= 32T20-O32M-V4.01
Handsh= OK
Voltage= 3.19Volts
Konf= 0xC0 ,0xFF ,0xFF ,0x1A ,0x8 ,0xC0 ,
RSSI a= ERROR
RSSI g= ERROR
******* OK ********
RSSI aktu= ERROR
RSSI glob= ERROR
RSSI aktu= ERROR
RSSI glob= ERROR
RSSI aktu= ERROR
RSSI glob= ERROR


Code>

/* Test na RSSI */
byte AUX_PIN=2;
byte M0_PIN =3;
byte M1_PIN =4;
enum MODE_TYPE
{
MODE_0_NORMAL = 0,
MODE_1_WAKE_UP,
MODE_2_POWER_SAVIN,
MODE_3_SLEEP = 0xFF
};
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
Serial1.begin(9600);
while(!Serial){}
delay(100);
pinMode(M0_PIN, OUTPUT);
pinMode(M1_PIN, OUTPUT);
SwitchMode(MODE_3_SLEEP);
triple_cmd(0xC3);// nazov, verzia
Serial.print(“Info= “);Module_info(1);
triple_cmd(0xF3);// nazov, verzia
Serial.print(“Soft v.= “);Module_info(1);
triple_cmd(0xE1);// nazov, verzia
Serial.print(“Handsh= “);Module_info(1);
triple_cmd(0xC5); 
Serial.print(“Voltage= “);Module_info(2);
triple_cmd(0xC1);
Serial.print(“Konf= “);Module_info(3);
sixple_cmd(0xAF,0xAF,0x73,0x00,0xAF,0xF3);
Serial.print(“RSSI a= “);Module_info(1);
sixple_cmd(0xAF,0xAF,0x74,0x00,0xAF,0xF4);
Serial.print(“RSSI g= “);Module_info(1);
//SwitchMode(MODE_0_NORMAL);
Serial.println(“******* OK ********”);
}
void loop() {
sixple_cmd(0xAF,0xAF,0x74,0x00,0xAF,0xF4);
Serial.print(“RSSI g= “);Module_info(1);
delay(500);
}
//—————————————————-
void triple_cmd(byte Tcmd){
uint8_t CMD[3] = {Tcmd, Tcmd, Tcmd};
Serial1.write(CMD, 3);
delay(50);//need ti check
}
void sixple_cmd(byte a,byte b,byte c,byte d,byte e,byte f){
uint8_t CMD[6] = {};
Serial1.write(CMD, 6);
delay(50);
}
void cleanUARTBuf(){
bool IsNull = true;
while (Serial1.available()){
Serial1.read();
}
}
void Module_info(int typeStr){
uint8_t Readcnt, idx;
Readcnt = Serial1.available();
if (Readcnt > 0){
if(typeStr==1){
String input = Serial1.readString();
Serial.print(input);
}else if(typeStr==2){
int inx = 0;
byte incomingByte[2];
while( Serial1.available( ) ){
incomingByte[inx++] = Serial1.read();
}
Serial.print((float)((incomingByte[1] << 8) | incomingByte[2])/1000);Serial.print(“Volts”);Serial.println();
}else{
while( Serial1.available( ) ){
byte incoming = Serial1.read();
Serial.print(“0x”);Serial.print(incoming,HEX);Serial.print(” ,”);
}
Serial.println(“”);
}
}else{
Serial.print(” nemam data “);
cleanUARTBuf();
}
}
void SwitchMode(MODE_TYPE mode)
{
WaitAUX_H();
switch (mode)
{
case MODE_0_NORMAL:
digitalWrite(M0_PIN, LOW);
digitalWrite(M1_PIN, LOW);
Serial.println(“General working mode”);
break;
case MODE_1_WAKE_UP:
digitalWrite(M0_PIN, HIGH);
digitalWrite(M1_PIN, LOW);
Serial.println(“Wake up mode”);
break;
case MODE_2_POWER_SAVIN:
digitalWrite(M0_PIN, LOW);
digitalWrite(M1_PIN, HIGH);
Serial.println(“Power saving mode”);
break;
case MODE_3_SLEEP:
digitalWrite(M0_PIN, HIGH);
digitalWrite(M1_PIN, HIGH);
Serial.println(“Sleep mode”);
break;
default:
return ;
}
void WaitAUX_H(){
while((digitalRead(AUX_PIN)==LOW)) {
Serial.print(“.”);
delay(100);
}
}

A schematic would be a big help, not a frizzy thing that is hard to read. Drawing it will help a lot in your understanding of the circuit. Include all of your connections, power, ground, interconnects etc. Include links to all the parts. The frizzy thing you showed has resistors, what are they for? You ask about a driver, for what? I would suggest you order the Arduino Cookbook and while you are waiting for it to arrive review several tutorials on the Arduino and basic electronics.

Thank you,
I'm sending all possible wiring diagrams, but none work (nano IoT/ nano/ uno). I have 6 pieces of AS32-TTL-100, neither pair works.I also wrote to the manufacturer, but she replied that I did not support arduino -> "We have no test the modules with Arduino, so I am afraid we are not able to support you to configure the module with Arduino. "
I think I'm making a mistake in the electrical connection
well thank you

I found this link on my thrid hit: How to Use the E32-TTL-100 SX1278 LoRa Module | Microcontroller Tutorials All i did was search for "AS32-TTL-100" it came back with over 90,000 hits. You might try that approach.

I have read it all. There must be some difference AS32-TTL-xxx / E32-TTL-xxx