SIM808 Shield - GSM&GPRS + GPS

SIM808 Shield - GSM&GPRS + GPS

SKU 113990113
44.95
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Description

SIM808 Shield is an Arduino compatible shield that based on SIM808 module, it offers 2G GSM and GPRS data along with GPS technology for satellite navigation.
 
What’s it for:
  • Receive GPS data and A-GPS data
  • Send and receive SMS messages
  • Send and receive GPRS data (TCP/IP, HTTP, etc.)
  • Make and receive phone calls (External microphone and speaker is required)
  • Output PWM , buzzer vibrational motor control
  • Read value of analog voltage
 
Features:
  • Compatible with Arduino Uno, Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Mega
  • Powered via Arduino USB connection or Arduino external power supply
  • Communicates with Arduino via UART-TTL and digital input/output.
  • Integrated GPS/CNSS and supports A-GPS
  • Supports 3GPP TS 27.007, 27.005 and SIMCOM enhanced AT Commands
  • Supports GPS NMEA protocol
  • Supports Real Time Clock
  • Uses standard SIM Card holder
 
Specification:
  • Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900MHz – 2G GSM network
  • GPRS multi-slot class12 connectivity: max. 85.6kbps(down-load/up-load)
  • GPRS mobile station class B
  • GPS Receiver channels: 22 tracking / 66 acquisition
  • Coarse/Acquisition code: GPS L1
  • Tracking sensitivity: -165dBm
  • Time-To-First-Fix: Cold starts: 30s (typ.), Hot starts: 1s (typ.), Warm starts: 28s (typ.)
  • Horizontal position accuracy: < 2.5m CEP
  • Update rate: 5Hz
 
Part List:
  • 1 x SIM808 Shield - GSM/GPRS + GPS
 
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WeightG.W 30g    
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