5. Datasheets

This section contains all of the datasheets for our devices. This includes pinouts and schematics (for certain devices).

5.1 WiPy 2.0

Pinout

The pinout of the module is available as a PDF file.

Wipy Pinout

Specsheets

The specsheet of the WiPy 2.0 developer version is available as a PDF file. The specsheet of the W01 which is the OEM version of the WiPy 2.0 can be found in the following link.

W01 drawings

For the exact dimensions, pin-out and footprint details of the W01 please refer to the following PDF file.

5.2 LoPy

Pinout

The pinout of the module is available as a PDF file.

LoPy Pinout

Warning

DO NOT connect anything to Pins P5, P6 and P7, as this pins are used byt the SPI bus that controls the LoRa radio. These pins should be treated as NC. Wiring connections to these pins will cause incorrect behaviour of the LoRa radio.

Specsheets

The specsheet of the LoPy developer version is available as a PDF file. The specsheet of the L01 which is the OEM version of the LoPy can be found in the following link.

L01 drawings

For the exact dimensions, pin-out and footprint details of the L01 please refer to the following PDF file.

5.3 SiPy

Pinout

The pinout of the module is available as a PDF file.

LoPy Pinout

Warning

DO NOT connect anything to Pins P5, P6 and P7, as this pins are used byt the SPI bus that controls the Sigfox radio. These pins should be treated as NC. Wiring connections to these pins will cause incorrect behaviour of the Sigfox radio.

Specsheets

The specsheet of the SiPy developer version is available as a PDF file. The specsheet of the S01 which is the OEM version of the SiPy can be found in the following link.

5.4 Pysense

Pinout

The pinout of the board is available as a PDF file.

Pysense Pinout

5.5 Pytrack

Pinout

The pinout of the board is available as a PDF file.

Pytrack Pinout

OEM baseboard reference design

Our OEM baseboard reference design with schematic and layout are available here and here.

The complete Altium project and Gerber files are available on this link.

OEM baseboard top view

5.6 Expansion Board

Pinout

The pinout of the board is available as a PDF file.

Expansionboard Pinout

Warning

Be gentle when plugging/unplugging the USB cable. Whilst the USB connector is well soldered and is relatively strong, if it breaks off it can be very difficult to fix.

Specsheet

The specsheet of the expansion board is available as a PDF file.

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Deep Sleep Shield Schematic

The Deep sleep shield schematic is available on this link.

5.7 Powering with an external power source

The modules can be powered by a battery or other external power source.

Be sure to connect the positive lead of the power supply to VIN, and ground to GND.

  • When powering via VIN:

    The input voltage must be between 3.4V and 5.5V.

  • When powering via 3V3:

    The input voltage must be exactly 3V3, ripple free and from a supply capable of sourcing at least 500mA of current

The battery connector for the expansion board is a JST SH 2P variant. The expansion board exposes the male connector and an external battery should use a femail adapter in order to connect and power the expansion board.

Warning

The GPIO pins of the modules are NOT 5V tolerant, connecting them to voltages higher than 3.3V might cause irreparable damage to the board.

Warning

Static electricity can shock the components on the module and destroy them. If you experience a lot of static electricity in your area (eg dry and cold climates), take extra care not to shock the module. If your module came in a ESD bag, then this bag is the best way to store and carry the module as it will protect it against static discharges.