Can I use GSM board with UPS PIco Advanced?
Can I use Itead Raspberry Pi GSM Board (SIM800) with UPS PIco Advanced - Uninterruptible Power Supply (HV3.0B+) at same time?
¿Can I send data to a web-server through GPRS with this modem?
I need my Raspberry Pi to send data regularly to the internet from a remote location. ¿Can I use the GPRS connectivity of this modem to send data to a web-server?
SIM800 Module GSM GPRS Expansion Board UART V2.0
Can I place phone call with this?
Is the RPI3 powerful enough to supply power or should we use an external power cord?
Wil this work with RPi Zero W
Is it possible to connect the RX, TX and GND pins to the UART pins on the Pi Zero W? Will it work on disabling the console on the RPi Zero W
Turn on modem without pressing power button
Is there a possibility to power modem permanently without pressing power key?
Would it fit on an RPi Zero?
Weight of board?
How much does the board weigh?
compatible with raspberry PI 3?
and what is the delivery time for transport in Europe?
compatible with Australia?
just wondering if I get this device can I use it within Australia?
Is this modem 3G?
Is this modem 3G compatible?
Where is the documentation for sending the AT commands
I need to see how sending AT commands can achieve different results, such as sending an SMS, making a call, executing a USSD
Can this item receive and send SMS messages?
SIM800 GSM GPRS Expansion Board /w Antenna for Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
UMTS or GSM Support?
2G (GMSK900) service is no longer available in my country. Does this module support UMTS? if so on which bands?
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Please Note. This item is being discontinued. We now stock our own Raspberry Pi GSM board here!
Connect your Pi to the world's mobile networks! The Raspberry Pi GSM Add-on V2.0 from Itead is a customized SIM800 quad-band GSM/GPRS/BT module for use on the Raspberry Pi. This GSM module is plug and play, and can be accessed via UART for GSM mobile network access. We have designed a case for the Itead GSM Board and Raspberry Pi here!
AT commands can be sent via the serial port on Raspberry Pi, thus functions such as dialing and answering calls, sending and receiving messages and surfing on line can be realized. The module supports powering-on and resetting via software, and also features a micro-USB power input, which can be used to power both the Raspberry Pi, and the GSM board at the same time.
This package includes both fixed and flexible SMA antennas.
- Raspberry Pi plug and play GSM Board
- Quad-Band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- 1x Grove interface for ICC
- Speaker and Mic output/input
- Micro USB for firmware updates
- 5V 2A Micro USB Power input
- PCB size：85mm X 56mm X 1.6mm
- Operation Level：Digital 3.3V DC
- Baud rate：9600(default)
- SIM Input - Standard Size 1FF
SIM 800 GSM Board Wiki
Raspberry Pi SIM800 Library