Maduino Zero A9G IoT Microcontroller

MakerfabsSKU: RB-Mkf-20
Manufacturer #: OAC010A9G

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  • Maduino Zero A9G IoT Microcontroller
  • Solution based on the 32-bit Atmel’s SAMD21 MCU and GPRS/GSM GPS module A9G
  • Integrates a microcontroller ATSAMD21G18, GRRS/GSM GPS module A9G
  • Is based on Arduino

The Maduino Zero A9G IoT Microcontroller is an IOT (Internet of things) Solution based on the 32-bit Atmel’s SAMD21 MCU and GPRS/GSM GPS module A9G.

It integrates a micro Controller ATSAMD21G18, GRRS/GSM GPS module A9G, which is the upgrade version of Maduino GPRS A7, power management and storage, to make the A9G ready for a real project for IOT projects such as smart-home, outdoor monitoring, etc.

The Marduino Zero A9G based on the Arduino, users can program it with Arduino IDE, which is very easy especially suit for the non-programmers.

  • 1 x Maduino Zero A9G IoT Microcontroller
  • 40 x 55 mm
    • BAT Input Voltage: 3.4 - 4.2 V
    • ATSAMD21G18, 32-Bit ARM Cortex M0+
    • Micro SIM connector
    • Integrated Power Control System
    • Support AT Command
    • Quad-band: 850 / 900 / 1,800 / 1,900 Mz
    • Support GPS
    • Support GPRS data traffic, the maximum data rate, download 85.6 Kbps, upload 42.8 Kbps
    • Support SMS text messaging
    • Support USB power charge
    • Support Micro SD Card
    • Interface: I2C / SPI / UART / 18*GPIO
    • Arduino compatible
    • Working Temperature: -40 – 85 ℃
    • Default baud rate: 115,200

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    Donald
    GPS receiver plus!

    There are A9G modules available, but this board combines GPS with a SAMD21 MCU with GPIO broken out. It has a 4-pin I2C connector on board so adding an OLED is easy. The power options are great too. It can run on external DC or a LiPo battery. The battery can be charged while in use. There's a micro SD card for logging as well. I was able to get my Lat/Long within a minute near a window indoors. The A9G received NMEA sentences, but its control is different a u-blox receiver. All-in-all, a great module at a great price.

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