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Project mangOH, open source reference design for the CF3 form factor modules

Project mangOH, open source reference design for the CF3 form factor modules

Project mangOH™ is an open source reference design for the CF3 form factor modules, including Sierra Wireless WP Series & HL Series. When used with WP Series, it provides an out-of-the box wireless and cloud connected reference design, and enables rapid prototyping of new ideas for IoT developers. With its Arduino connector and its 3 IoT connectors fully supported by the Legato™ platform, you can try out multiple wireless and sensor technology combinations to best meet your specific use-case requirements. Once your prototype is complete, you can then reuse the industrial-grade design and IoT modules in final production.

Hardware specs include:

  • Size: 100mm x 120mm (4in x 4.75in)
  • 3 IoT Connectors
  • 2 CF3 connectors
  • 1 Arduino Leonardo connector
  • 1 USB 2.0 OTG
  • 1 USB 2.0 Host
  • 1 RS232/Serial
  • 1 RJ45/Ethernet
  • Audio Jack
  • SD card
  • 3 SMA/uFL antenna connectors (Primary, Secondary/Diversity, GPS)
  • Accelerometer, Gyroscope
  • Battery/Battery Charging Management

 

LICENSE

Creative Commons License
Project mangOH by Sierra Wireless is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at source.sierrawireless.com/mangOH

3D PRINTING

Project mangOH design is meant to fit in a Euro card standard size casing (100x120mm). Face plates can be 3D printed easily depending on the IoT Connectors you are using:

All 3D printable files can be found on: http://www.thingiverse.com/Sierra_Wireless_MangOH/designs

More info on the official homepage Project mangOH

 

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