how to make Raspberry pi Lora connection with Sparkfun pro micro node?

hello,

i have a Raspberry pi + LoRa/GPS Hat and the things node, wich includes the sparkfun pro micro a LoRaWan module and a temprature sensor.
i'd like to make a private lora connection between the 2. just raspberry and the node. not via internet (Private).
i need to read the sensor values and to log them in the raspberry pi.
The only things i could find where tutuorials on how to make it via the cloud or something like that.
(i'm not that experienced in raspberry or arduino)
i would love to get some help

It would be much easier to first link two Arduinos or two Pis.

The different systems will likely have different librairies and it might be difficult to work out which side is at fault if\when it does not work.

RubenG0182:
(i'm not that experienced in raspberry or arduino)

A very chalenging project for someone lacking in experience ............

well i want to use the raspberry to log the files and the things node wich includes the sparks fun, to acht as a sensor and send everything via lora

RubenG0182:
well i want to use the raspberry to log the files and the things node wich includes the sparks fun, to acht as a sensor and send everything via lora

I dont understand that.

You will get better answers if you provide a full description of what you want to do and provide links to the equipment you want to use.

And as I suggested start with the basics, get two Arduinos talking to each other with LoRa for instance.

i have a raspberry pi with lora hat Raspberry Pi LoRa/GPS HAT - 868MHz - Seeed Studio
the things node The Things Node | The Things Network

so basicly i want them to connect via lora and be able to read the temprature logs from the Raspberry pi. that way i can like check every 2 weeks if the tempratures have changed.

Myself I would not attempt to use a node, specifically designed to be used with The Things Network via LoRaWAN to communicate with a plain LoRa module, as used in the Pi HAT.

The TTN node will put the temperature data onto the Internet anyway, when used as intended, so the Pi would not need to use LoRa, just an Internet connection.

Good luck.

As far as I know LoRa and LoRaWAN are not compatible to begin with. That's another problem.

wvmarle:
As far as I know LoRa and LoRaWAN are not compatible to begin with.

They are not.

However in theory its possible to use the LoRaWAN device in the Things Network Node for plain LoRa, but you may well struggle to find examples.