SIM7000C Module SIM7000C Development Board NB-IoT/eMTC/EDGE/GPRS/GNSS/GPS 4G Communication Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi
Price: $ 41.06
SIM7000C is based on Qualcomm MDM9206 platform to develop LTE CAT M1 (eMTC enhanced machine type communication) and NB-IoT (narrowband Internet of things) module, can support LTE TDD / LTE-FDD / GSM / GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) / EDGE (enhanced Data rate GSM evolution) Multiple frequency bands, the peak of uplink and downlink data traffic reaches 375 kbps. It also supports GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) functions.
Both NB-IoT and eMTC are emerging Internet-based communication technologies based on LTE (4G) evolution. They have the advantages of low power consumption, low cost, and wide coverage. They are ideal for applications such as smart meters, remote control, asset tracking, and remote monitoring. IoT applications such as telemedicine, mobile POS terminals and shared bicycles. GSM/GPRS and EDGE are traditional 2G and 2.5G communication technologies that support the use of mobile phone cards for applications such as texting and wireless communication. So whether you want to try new technology, do evaluation comparisons, or want to support more ways such as communication and positioning, that is a good choice.
- For Raspberry Pi Zero/Zero W/Zero WH/2B/3B/3B+
- Support TCP, UDP, PPP, HTTP, FTP, MQTT, SMS, email and other functions
- Support for GNSS positioning (GPS, GLONASS and Beidou)
- Onboard USB interface for testing AT commands, acquiring GPS location information, etc.
- Take the UART control pin and access the main control board such as Arduino/STM32
- On-board level shifting circuit, defaults to 3.3V operation, can be set to 5V through 0 ohm resistor
- Onboard SIM card slot, support for normal SIM card and NB-IoT dedicated card
- 2 LED indicators onboard for easy viewing of module operation status
- Support serial port baud rate (300bps ~ 3686400bps)
- Support for AT command control (3GPP TS 27.007, 27.005 and SIMCOM Enhanced AT command set)
- Support for the SIM Application Toolkit (SAT Class 3, GSM 11.14 Release 98, USAT)
- Provide a complete supporting information manual (sample programs such as Raspberry/Arduino/STM32)
- Supply voltage: 5V
- Operating voltage: 5V / 3.3V (default is 3.3V)
- Sleep mode current: 1.2mA (@DRX=2.56s)
- Power saving mode current: 9uA
- Working temperature: -40° C ~ 85° C
- Storage temperature: -45° C ~ 90° C
- Product size: 30.2mm x 65mm
Instructions for use
Users except micro USB cable, LTE antenna, GPS antenna before using the module. In addition, you need to prepare the following things:A normal SIM card (no downtime, mobile or Unicom card, and GPRS enabled) or NB-IoT dedicated card (Telecom, Mobile or Unicom).
1. Install the SIM card into the SIM card slot, connect the GSM antenna, and connect it.
USB cable to the computer.
2. Connect one end of the micro USB cable to the USB port of the PC and the other end.
The USB interface of the SIM7000X NB-IoT HAT, the PWR light is red,
NET light is off;
3. Press the PWR button for about 1 second, wait about 10 seconds, and see the NET light on.
Flashing once every second, the module starts working
4. Open the Device Manager and you can see the COM port shown below.
5. If the above picture identifies the COM port, but an exclamation mark appears, it means that there is no security.
Install the driver, you need to receive the load under the driver