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Banana Pi 4G Module PIEC25-E (BPI-R2 and BPI-R64 Compatible)

by Banana Pi
725 kr

Banana Pi releases its official 4G module named PIEC25-E. For the moment, the PIEC25-E 4G module only works with Banana Pi R2 and Banana Pi R64. Rumors hold that the Banana Pi team is working on modifications to make PIEC25-E 4G module compatible with other Banana Pi boards but as we write, no such official statement has surfaced so far. Banana Pi 4G module is compatible with 5V/2A DC input. As an additional source of power supply, you can also use the Micro USB port. The PIEC25-E 4G module comes with the IPEX connector. This module also works with the GNSS antenna. There is a SIM Card connector onboard. The PIEC25-E 4G module from Banana Pi works in Thailand, India, Africa, Europe, Korea, and the Middle East.

Specs of Banana Pi 4G Module PIEC25-E (BPI-R2 and BPI-R64 Compatible)

  • DC input compatibility: 5V/2A DC input power is compatible with PIEC25-E 4G module
  • The Banana Pi 4G module can also receive power from Micro USB port
  • Banana Pi PIEC25-E 4G module is compatible with Banana Pi R64 and Banana Pi R2
  • This 4G module features an onboard IPEX connector
  • The board support 4G antenna via the antenna interface
  • There is an onboard SIM Card connector on PIEC25-E module
  • The module contains a GNSS antenna interface

Disclaimer

  • SIM Card is NOT available with this offer
  • The Banana Pi PIEC25-E 4G module only works with BPI-R2 and BPI-R64
  • The PIEC25-E 4G Module from Banana Pi works only in the following regions:
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • Korea
    • India
    • Thailand
    • Middle East

Getting Started with Banana Pi 4G Module PIEC25-E?

It is a simple 5-step process to get started with the Banana Pi PIEC25-E 4G module.

  1. Connect the 4G module with a compatible 5V/2A power adapter
  2. Connect the 4G module with Banana Pi R2 or Banana Pi R64 with the help of a USB cable
  3. To check if the system detects the 4G module, you need to run the ‘isusb’ command
  4. You need to check of the 4G module detects the USB device. You can do it by running ‘ls /dev/ttyUSB*’ command
  5. The last step is to run the ‘ppp1.s’ script to verify that the dialing is being done properly with the 4G module