Mobile and Internet of Things hardware device for software developers
|Wireless Technologies||3G, Galileo E1, GLONASS, GPS|
|Antenna Connectors||GPS: U.FL, GSM: U.FL|
|Available for||AFRICA, APAC, AUSTRALIA, EMEA, KOREA, LATIN AMERICA, NORTH AMERICA, RUSSIA|
|Download||GSM/G, GSM/GPRS Uplink: 9.6 kbps, HSPA+ Downlink: 42.0 Mbps, HSPA+ Uplink: 5.75 Mbps, UMTS Downlink: 384 kbps, UMTS Uplink: 384 kbps|
|Frequency Bands (MHz)||1800, 1900, 2100, 850, 900|
|Interfaces||1-Wire, Analog Input, CAN, Current Measurement Inputs, Ethernet, I²C, MNOSFET Outputs, SIM on Chip, Three State Logic, U.FL, USB|
|Memory||4 MB Flash|
|Microcontroller||PIC32MZ: 32bit, 200MB Flash Memory|
|Operating Temperature||-40 C to +85 C|
|Script||C, C++, Python|
|Voltage Supply||9-60V DC|
USB 2.0 Interface
The PingPong Board has two extension connectors: One that provides power (3.3V/ 3.8V) and one communication bus connector. The communication buses are: UART, SPI, CAN and I²C. Just stack one or more of the following extension boards on top of the base board and the device is ready to use.
Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth >>
I/O & Serial Board >>
Satallite communication >>
ISM/ RF >>
NFC/ RFID >>
Sigfox/ LoRA >>
Send and receive data
Track and Trace
With its built-in GNSS module the PingPong can also be used to determine the position, motion, speed and acceleration. Especially in combination with the aforementioned points - telemetry and remote control - numerous possibilities for applications in the logistics sector are imaginable.
One application example is the optimization of routes and fuel consumption in fleet management. If a vehicle consumes an unusually large amount of fuel over a short distance, this can cause a warning message that guides the vehicle to the nearest car service station.