We are back again with another tutorial on Sixfab GSM/GPRS Shield. This has been designed with Quectel M66 GSM/GPRS module which is based on 2G chipset and bears optimal performance for SMS and audio service. It basically work with AT commands. To know more about the AT commands of Quecctel M66 you may visit Quectel site. Read More
We are back again with second tutorial on our Sixfab Raspberry Pi NB-IoT Shield. In this tutorial we will be showing how to access a sensor of the shield among the built-in sensors are available. We have selected temperature and humidity sensor for this demonstration. Read More
It is a narrow band IoT (NB-IoT) shield for Raspberry Pi. NB-IoT is very suitable for IoT applications with low power consumption. Shield also has the built-in 3-axis accelerometer, temperature, humidity, light sensors, optocoupler, and relay. If you like, you can also add your own sensors using the built-in 4 channel ADC. Read More
We are here again with our Sixfab Arduino NB-IoT Shield Tutorial. As you all know from the details of the product that there are built-in sensors, relay and USER led on the shield. So we will be showing you how to access all of them in this tutorial and sending the received data over local server (Note: Remote Server can be used too). Read More
We are back again with another tutorial on Sixfab Arduino NB-IoT Shield. Previously we have learned how to connect the shield with local server and sent a string value. In this tutorial we are going to learn how we can access the sensor values of the built-in sensors of the shield and send them over local server. To keep it easy we are going to access single sensor which will be ambient light sensor(ALS-PT19). Read More
Sixfab Arduino NB-IoT shield is a Narrow-Band IoT(LTE CAT-NB1) shield for Arduino, based on Quectel’s BC95 module. NB-IoT is a Low Power Wide Area(LPWA) technology that is the latest cellular network option for low power connected projects.
This shield has been designed with built-in temperature, humidity, light sensors, 3-axis accelerometer, relay, micro sim card slot and a built-in antenna. If there is a need for long-range, better signal quality, a U.FL antenna receptacle is placed, can be selected over RF Switch by the short-headers easily. Read More
Original Raspbian Jessie kernel doesn’t support Quectel EC25/UC20 modules, then we fixed kernel, you can replace your module files with new files.