GPS Shield GPS Record Module With SD Interface For Arduino


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GPS Shield GPS Record Module With SD Interface For Arduino

Introduce:

The expansion board is specifically designed for the Arduino UNO and other GPS record expansion board. Provides two kinds of GPS antenna interface. Supports 3.3V and 5V two voltage levels of operating base (such as leaf maple), IO port interface leads with multiple analog pins can be directly connected to the electronic building blocks for rapid prototyping. With SD card slot, support for GPS information record.
Can be used with FT232RL module, directly connected the FT232RL module's TX, RX, VCC, GND to GPS corresponding feet, through the serial debugging software to view the data.

Feature:

Provides 3.3V and 5V operation level select, so it can be compatible with more baseboard, such as 3.3V ChipKit UNO32, leaf maple and other platforms, compatibility stronger.
Use active GPS antenna.
With micro SD interface.
Can be set via jumpers connected to TxD and RxD you need Ardino pins (D0-D8 optional), it is more stronger expansibility than directly connect D0D1.
Provides multiple electronic building blocks interface to facilitate quick access various types of electronic building block modules, the Add button, LED display or a relay switch function.
TF deck, SPI interface. Support Arduino library.
With reset button, you can direct reset Arduino backplane.
What INT1 INT0 is? If you use a jumper connected to ON, then the two trigger signals from the GPS module (such as every second clock signal, each output prompt signal information) pin is connected to the Arduino interrupt pins, you can use these trigger an interrupt to do the setting you need- Default is off.

Description:

Board size: 56 x 54mm
Weight: About 45g
Operation temperature: -40°C to +85°C

Package included:

1 x GPS shield with antenna

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