Product description: xyz-mIOT 2.09 M95FA Quad Band GSM + HDC2010, DRV5032 module for Arduino and Raspberry Pi
Small module cooperating with Arduino, combining many possibilities to facilitate communication in IoT. It is equipped with 4 range GSM module M95FA, temperature and humidity sensor HDC2010 and Hall effect sensor DRV5032. An additional ATSAMD21G microcontroller provides 13 I/O pins, UART, I2C, SPI interfaces and analog inputs. On the board you will find: a connector for SIM cards, a charging module for LiPol batteries and a u.FL socket for mounting an external antenna.
Elements layout on the xyz-mIOT board
Technical specification of the module
- Microcontroller: SAM21 Cortex-M0+ 32-bit
- Frequency: 48 MHz
- RTC: 32.768 kHz
- Flash memory: 256 kB
- SRAM: 32 kB
- 13 I/O pins (voltage 3.3V)
- 12 with PWM capability
- 5 analog inputs
- UART, I2C, SPI interfaces
- 8 external interrupts
- Pin current: 7 mA
- Built-in modem: Quectel M95FA
- Supported standards: GSM
- Frequencies: 850 / 950 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
- SIM connector nano size
- u.FL connector
- Temperature and humidity sensor: HDC2010
- Hall effect sensor: DRV5032
- Built-in USB-UART converter: 4 pins
- Built-in lipol charger module
- Modem button: Power
- Works with Arduino and Raspberry Pi
- Board dimensions: 32 x 30 mm
The module has 5 analog pins, SPI, I2C, power supply, UART and digital pins. Additionally on the board there is a miniUSB connector, lipol charger, sensors and additional connectors for connecting i.e. vibration sensor.
The manufacturer provides several versions of the module differing in built-in modem and sensors.
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