This device can be ordered pre-flashed with the LNPoS firmware and will be set up with a demo account on the lnbits.com demo server for testing.
Setting up the LNPoS device with your own clearnet LNBits server is very simple, launch the device into AP mode and copy-paste the settings from your LNBits wallet.
The LNPoS device has the following features:
+ Create “offline” lightning invoices – Payment proof is via a secret available when the invoice is paid.
+ Create online lightning invoices – The device will poll for payment of the invoice after creation
+ Operate as a Lightning ATM allowing vending of sats via a LNURLw QR code
+ Creation of onchain bitcoin invoices via an xpub on the device – The device will poll the mempool for invoice payment.
What’s included in the product?
+ One 3D printed LNPoS case
+ One LilyGo T-Display Keypad
+ One LilyGo TTGO ESP32 board
+ One JST 1.25 connector cable
+ One switch should you wish to install your own 3.7 volt battery in the case – The LilyGo TTGO board has a connector for a JST 1.25 connector.
What you’ll need:
- If you want to run it without external power; a 3.7v battery of around 500mah – 1000mah
- The device comes flashed to work with the demo LNbits site. You should use your own clearnet LNbits instance if you want to use this in a “live” environment.
Disclaimer: LNPoS and LNbits are FOSS projects. The LNbits shop is not responsible for the LNPoS or LNBits software and cannot support the configuration or reflashing of the LNPoS device. The LNbits and Makerbits communities are excellent resources and have plenty of contributors who will be willing to help you out.
We cannot be held responsible if you are unable to configure your own LNbits installation or set up the device with your own node’s settings.