GPS Lora SD Shield for Raspberry Pi, R2 (LORA Module not include)

(3 customer reviews)

$8.60

SKU: MPC1056 Category: Tags: , , , ,

Description

GPS:

  • Use GPS module Ublox Neo-7M, or NEO-6M or ATGM332 compatible GPS module. All have the same performace.
  • Fast and high speed locating.
  • By test
    • with our 3M meter GPS antenna, fixed in 30 seconds
    • by small ceramic antenna fixed in 3- 10 mintues, in brand new module.
  • On board backup battery, for next time quick fix location.
  • On board 1PPS fix GPS LED to indication location is fixed.
  • Interruption pin and 1PPS pin can connect to RPI by jumper.

Reserved Lora RF Transceiver (blank, need to buy alone):

MicroSD:

  • Support micro SD card, CE pin also selectable by CE0 or CE1

Other Features:

  • All the breakout pins for raspberry pi
  • Break out IIC pins
  • On board power led

Antenna:

  • Universal GPS and Lora antenna connection.
  • Support IPEX or SMA antenna, can also straight soldering pin/wire antenna.
  • Antenna soldering is for your inspriation only! You can attach antenna anyway you like by soldering.

Packaging:

Documentation please see on this page.

Update Logs:

  • Latest and should be last version R2.1.
    • On board jumper change to SMD soldering jumper. To ease the soldering for Lora module.
    • Image not yet updated for this.

Additional information

Weight 0.03 kg
Wireless Tech

Lora

3 reviews for GPS Lora SD Shield for Raspberry Pi, R2 (LORA Module not include)

  1. barewires (verified owner)

    My first bench tests were done when the shield was not attached to the Raspberry Pi GPIO. Powered by a ‘PL2303HX USB to COM/UART/TTL Integrated Programmer Cable’ had 5 volts (red) to GPIO pin 2, Ground (black) to pin 6, and serial data out (green) to pin 10, and therefore the dongle could be plugged into any system with a serial terminal at 9600 baud. The Shield does requires a ‘GPS Magnetic Active External Antenna w/ 3m cable’ which is also very convienient as the antenna can be placed outside a window.
    As there is no lithium battery storing ephemeris data, a cold power will always take some time. The $GPRMC data = time showed after 8 seconds, date after 27 and full lat/long data after 1m40 seconds. With a full view of the sky the data will be much faster.

    At this stage

  2. Chao

    Good to know this, thanks a lot for the review, any suggestion please add, also email. Thanks!

  3. eceronv (verified owner)

    Great product with great possibilities, recommended as a breakout board

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