To setup the hardware please follow: Raspberry Pi 3G/4G & LTE Base HAT - Getting Started
- Quectel EC25 - A, E, EUX
- Quectel EC21 - A, E
- Quectel EG25G
- Telit LE910C1 - EU, NF
- Telit LE910C4 - EU, NF
- Telit ME910C1 - WW
Head over to connect.sixfab.com and log in with your credentials.
An active Sixfab SIM is required to create a device.
If you don’t have one, please register and activate a SIM from the "SIM -> Register a SIM" section.
Skip this step if you already have an active registered SIM.
View your available SIM cards by going to "SIM -> My SIMs".
Click on the "Create Device" link in the row the SIM for which you will create the device.
5. Selecting Device Deployment Region
Here, choose according to your region.
For devices to be deployed Worldwide
For devices to be deployed in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
For devices to be deployed in Asia-Pacific only
7. Unplug the USB cable from the HAT
If the USB cable is plugged in, unplug the USB.
Open a terminal on the Raspberry Pi and run the code you copied.
Once the installation is completed successfully, Hit Enter to reboot the Raspberry Pi and then plug the USB cable to the HAT.
Once the installation is completed, the following dashboard will appear with the device information.
After a successful connection, please wait for information to appear on the dashboard. This may take a few minutes.
Check the Firmware version under the LTE Modem
As for now, the latest FW versions are:
- Telit LE910C1 - NF : 260009
- Telit LE910C1 - EU : 220009
- Telit LE910C4 - NF : M0F.660010
- Telit ME910C1 - WW : M0B.800005