Get on with a board that gets you into the newly available LTE-M networks. The GPy gives you full flexibility during testing, install, deployment and is delivered RCM, IC, CE and FCC certified.
With WiFi, BLE and cellular LTE CAT M1/NB1, the GPy is the latest Pycom triple-bearer MicroPython enabled micro controller on the market today – the perfect enterprise grade IoT platform for your connected Things. Create and connect your things everywhere, fast.
PLEASE NOTE: Pycom modules are powered by the NEW and FEATURE PACKED Espressif ESP32 chip. As a result our firmware is evolving constantly as the ESP32 IDF matures. Regular firmware updates are therefore provided.
- Powerful CPU
- 1KM WiFi range
- MicroPython enabled
- Fits in a standard breadboard (with headers)
- Ultra-low power usage: fraction compared to other connected microcontrollers
|Ports for LTE Bands||Tx frequencies||Rx frequencies|
|Low bands 5, 8, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 28||699 to 915 MHz||729 to 960 MHz|
|Mid bands 1, 2, 3, 4||1710 to 1980MHz||
1805 to 2170 MHz
LTE-M Operating Frequencies
- 34 bands supported from 699Mhz to 2170Mhz (Total world-wide support)
- One single chip for both CAT M1 and NB1
- 3GPP release 13 LTE Advanced Pro
- Supports narrowband LTE UE categories M1/NB1
- Integrated baseband, RF, RAM memory and power management
- Reduced Tx power class option
- Peak power estimations: TX current = 420mA peak @1.5Watt RX current = 330mA peak @1.2Watt
- Data rates:
- 300kbps DL
- 375 kbps UL (LTE Cat M1 in 1.4Mhz in 1.4 Mhz, HD-FDD)
- 40 kbps DL
- 55kbps UL (LTE Cat M2 in 200 kHz, HD-FDD)
- 2 x UART, 2 x SPI, I2C, I2S micro SD card
- Analog channels: 8×12 bit ADCs, 2×8 bit DAC
- Timers: 2×64 bit with PWM with up to 16 channels
- DMA on all peripherals
- Voltage Input: 3.3V – 5.5V
- 3v3 output capable of sourcing up to 400mA
- Espressif ESP32 SoC
- Dual processor + WiFi radio system on chip
- Network processor handles the WiFi connectivity and the IPv6 stack
- Main processor is entirely free to run the user application
- An extra ULP-coprocessor that can monitor GPIOs, the ADC channels and control most of the internal peripherals during deep-sleep mode while only consuming 25uA
Security & Certifications
- SSL/TLS support up to 1.2
- WPA Enterprise security
- AES encryption engine
- RAM: 4MB
- Flash Memory: 8MB
- GPIO: Up to 22
- Hardware floating point acceleration
- Python multi-threading
Hash / Encryption
- SHA, MD5, DES, AES
- 802.11b/g/n 16mbps
- Low energy and classic
- Running at 32KHz
- 55mm x 20mm x 3.5mm (Without Headers)
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Documentation and Resources:
- How to Build Internet-Connected Electronics Projects
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- Pycom GPy Overview
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- Pycom Bluetooth
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- Internet of Things with Pycom and Adafruit IO - From Zero to Hero
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- Pycom LoPy Overview
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- Pycom Pysense Getting Started Guide
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