SODAQ ONE EU (RN2483) v3- LoRa Enabled including a GPS Antenna and a Molex antenna
A small scale (45x25mm) prototyping board for the LoRa RN2483 to develop internet of things applications. Named the SODAQ ONE (EU), it includes a LoRa and GPS Antenna. Read more
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This is the third generation of our successful SODAQ ONE board. It is equipped with a solar charge controller and runs on a LiPo or a permanent battery. It has the Ublox Eva (M)8M GPS module (depending on which version is chosen). This module is not only miniature, but with it's assisted GPS feature it can get a fix within seconds. We've now added an extremely low power Accelerometer/Magnetometer. This gives the board a nifty feature where it can stay in (deep) sleep mode until it moves. An essential feature for developing low power devices.
Let's imagine you want to develop a bicycle tracker using the SODAQ ONE. You would like to track the position of the bike, but only when it has moved. This is possible if you keep the device in deep sleep until it detects motion. If the motion continues for a while, the bicycle may have changed position so only then the GPS will switch on to get a new reading and send this location over the LoRa network. Efficient right? This system will allow you make most efficient use of your battery capacity by only using the GPS when really needed, essentially increasing the battery life of your system.
The board is so small (45x25 mm) you can fit it inside almost anything (Seriously, look at the picture). To ease the development we have fitted two rows of headers so you can use it on a breadboard. Why? Well, it has 14 free I/O lines that you can use for your own purpose. Whether you want to build a weather station, control street lights or get a signal when you have received (snail) mail. It's all possible with the SODAQ ONE.
|Microcontroller||ATSAMD21G18, 32-Bit ARM Cortex M0+|
Arduino M0 Compatible
45 x 25 mm
14, All can be used for digital and 12 log with PWM, UART, SPI and TWI (I2C)
|Analog Output Pin|
Available on all pins
|DC Current per I/O pin|
Up to 16KB by emulation
Serial Wire Interface
5V USB power and/or 3.7 LiPo battery
Solar charge controller, up to 500mA charge current
uBlox EVA 8M
Anaren antenna included
Medium GPS antenna included
This board is fully programmable implying that the below demo is not an accurate representation of the boards full potential. We have loaded our universal tracker software onto Cayenne following the tutorial on our support page, and within minutes we created a fully operational tracking device.
What options do I have for visualisation?
We have tested the Universal Tracker Code with the following dashboards:
- Create your account on and sign-in on the AllThingsTalk Maker
- If you have an activation code, simply claim your device
Cayenne from MyDevices
- Create your account on and sign-in on Cayenne
- A Thingsboard tutorial will come soon
- Ubidots made a tutorial how to connect our SODAQ ONE sending over The Things Network and show it on the Ubidots dashboard.
- Click here to see the Ubidots tutorial