Store > Sixfab 3G – 4G/LTE Base HAT for Raspberry Pi
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Global IoT Connectivity: Seamlessly link Raspberry Pi to Mini PCIe modem modules
Plug-and-Play Setup: Easily integrate with various Pi models (A+/B+/Pi 2/Pi 3/Pi 4/Zero)
Fast LTE Data: High-speed connectivity between modem with optimized power efficiency
Unlocked SIM Compatibility: Exposed micro SIM card slot for flexible data options
Certified & Ready: Pre-certified with FCC, CE, ROHS for hassle-free deployment.
Ideal for Development: Suitable for PoC, prototyping, and pilot production
Sixfab 3G-4G/LTE Base HAT for Raspberry Pi
Extra tall 40-pin GPIO stacking header
Short 40-pin GPIO Stacking Header
Right Angle Micro USB Cable
Note:Mini PCIe modem modules and antenna are not included.
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(verified owner) – 2 January, 2020
Works very well with EC25 module on a Raspberry pi 3B+
PPP connection very good in Italy with Vodafone carrier (APN: mobile.vodafone.it)!
Very important: Remove the PIN code of the SIM before using!
– 2 April, 2020
Using this hat with the EC25-E I get coverage where phones fail! I have used this without problems in the UK, FR, GER and the USA. I was not expecting it to work in the USA, but it did while using a UK Simm. Sixfab products are made very well.
– 1 June, 2020
One of my favorite. Works with UC20G and EC25. Congrats guys.
– 29 December, 2020
Great Hat to work with Raspberry Pi for a mini-PCIe module for 4G connection. Really nice build quality. And will work with other modules too – not just the ones on the website.
(verified owner) – 5 February, 2021
Using this with the EC25-A, the sixfab power/ups hat and a Pi 4B+ and it works great! Another great product from sixfab!
Michael L. Lewis
(verified owner) – 5 March, 2023
works great! I use my setup as a Mobile WIFI hot spot. I am an over the road truck driver, and this has proven to be a lot cheaper than paying for internet access every night. I am looking however to start working with the GPS function of the device (EC25 for North America). I can get the raw data from the device, however, when testing the output while moving it only shows the originating data LAT and LONG even after driving 4-6 hundred miles. stopping and restarting the program fixes this, as does starting a separate instance in a new window interrupts the original and it updates then in the first instance of the program.
I have looked for how to fix this issue, and would be grateful of some guidance, but as I said I use mostly for internet on the road and it is flawless.