u-blox C027

The u-blox-C027 is a complete starter kit that allows quick prototyping of a variety of applications for the Internet of Things. The application board has a MAX-M8Q GPS/GNSS receiver and a LISA or SARA cellular module, enabling straightforward development of locationaware,global communicating ap

Table of Contents

  1. Pinout
  2. Features
  3. See also





  • LISA-C200, LISA-U200 or SARA-G350 cellular module
  • MAX-M8Q GPS/GNSS receiver


  • High-performance ARM(R) Cortex(TM)-M3 running at 96MHz
  • 512 KByte on-chip FLASH
  • 32 KByte on-chip SRAM for code (additional 32kB dedicated to specific libraries)

Interfaces and electrical data

  • A standard-based header connector with
    • 6 analog inputs,
    • 9 PWM capable outputs,
    • 22 GPIOs,
    • 1 x SPI,
    • 1 x I2C,
    • 1 x UART
    • 1 x I2S
  • GNSS antenna SMA connector for external GNSS antenna
  • Cellular antenna SMA connector for external cellular antenna
  • Ethernet RJ45 connector
  • CAN screw terminal connector
  • SIM mini SIM card holder
  • USB mini USB with mbed Interface
    • Drag and drop programming
    • serial port
  • IO voltage 3.3 V output, 5 V compatible input
  • Power supply:There are three mutually exclusive ways to supply the board:
    • 12V ± 10% @ 900 mA either on power jack or header connector pins
    • Via USB

external power supply is recommended

Due to the USB current limitation, optimal RF performance can be achieved only by supplying the board either through the 12 V DC In connector or the VIN pin of the row connector.

Import programC027_SupportTest

C027_Support library test

See also

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