GSM/GPRS Shield - SIM800

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  • Part No :
  • GSM-2023
  • Availability:
  • Out of Stock
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  • Same Day
  • Weight:
  • 0.2Kg
  • Made By:
  • rhydoLABZ
  • Mfr.Part.No:
  • GSM-2023
  • Quality Rank:
  • 100/100
Price:
Rs 1649
(Tax Excl.)
Introducing rhydoLABZ GSM/GPRS Shield, an all-in-one SIM800 shield that lets you add voice, text/SMS, data connectivity and Bluetooth to your arduino project in an easy to use manner. With right program running, you could just plug and play as it has got an arduino form-factor. It is built with a stamp sized Quad Band GSM/GPRS engine - SIM900, works on frequencies  850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 MHz. This shield fits on top of any classic Arduino or compatible, and packs a surprising amount of technology into it's little frame. This module can do just about everything.

The GSM/GPRS Modem is having internal TCP/IP stack to enable you to connect with internet via GPRS. The shield is manufactured with Automatic Pick and place machine to meet the high quality standards. On its own, this shield can't do anything. It requires a microcontroller like an Arduino to drive it! Additionally a SIM Card with cellular connectivity! The shield can be powered either via Arduino or directly over RMC connector. You can grab some stacking headers from our store, if you would like to stack a shield on top.


The shield design is compatible with the older Arduino footprint as well as the new R3 footprint, which means that this shield is totally compatible with most of the Arduino Boards. That includes most popular Uno to the veteran Duemilanove. It also supports 3V3 boards such as Arduino Due, with onboard level shifting buffer gates. The shield can also used with Arduino Mega and Leonardo but the serial communication feature via software pins wont be available for these two boards, still that wont affect the functionality of the shield as they can be communicated over the hardware serial pins. 

These shields are manufactured with Automatic Pick and Place Machine for high quality standard. The shield itself is high quality PTH PCB with professionally designed circuitry. The onboard low dropout 3A power supply allows you to connect wide range unregulated power supply (7V-12V), also withstands the peak current draw that occurs during network scanning. The onboard level shifting circuitry is designed using buffer gates for added reliability. We have also considered optional customization as per users convenience, for which the design includes onboard PCB jumpers. 

Features:
  • AT command interface
  • Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • Make and receive voice calls
  • Send and receive SMS messages
  • Send and receive GPRS data (TCP/IP, HTTP, etc.)
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Configurable Baud rate (9600-115200, factory default value: 9600)
  • Standard Audio Jack Connectors for external speaker and mic
  • Selectable interface between hardware serial port and software serial port
  • Inbuilt Powerful TCP/IP protocol stack for internet data transfer over GPRS.
  • Level shifting circuitry to make it Arduino-safe
  • SMA Commector with external antenna
  • Indicator LEDs for Power, Netlight and Status
  • Standard Flap type SMA Socket
  • ESD Protection over TVS Zener array
  • Seperate Reset switches for both Arduino and the sheild
  • Slide switch to swap the shield between Arduino and PC
  • Provision to select between hardware and software serial ports
Specification:
  • Input Voltage: 7V - 12V DC
  • Normal operation temperature: -20 °C to +55 °C
  • Current: 60mA @ 9V
  • Dimensions: 69.5x53.5 (MM)
Note: For more details, kindly refer the wiki page.

Package Includes:
  • 1x GSM/GPRS Shield - SIM800
  • 1x Duck type antenna
  • 1x 2 Pin Female RMC connector (2mm)
Resources:

NOTE: FM Functionality is not available with this version of SIM800

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Great spec

By William from South Carolina, United States on April 26, 2016
Quad band gsm with built in Bluetooth.
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    • Q
    • How can I connect the same with a laptop/PC ? Also, I request you to ship this product as soon as possible.

      asked by Prabhat Gupta on May 23, 2016
    • A
    • You can plug in the shield to a UNO board, and place the dpdt slide switch to USB. Then connect the arduino to your PC's USB port. You can use the arduino board without a controller, if the controller is mounted make sure that its not giving out any data on its UART.

      Using an Arduino board would be the most convenient method. Otherwise you could also use a converter board to connect the TTl pins of the shield to your PC's serial or USB port.

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