Arduino MKR GPS Shield
Give all your Arduino projects a geolocation function with this Arduino MKR GPS Shield, equipped with a GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver.
GPS shield for Arduino MKR: track your inventions wherever they are
Ever dreamed of being able to locate your fleet of drones in real time, or of sending your mobile robot into unexplored areas using just a map? This Arduino MKR shield opens the door to satellite geolocation technology. Both light and efficient, it will adapt to all your creations.
This 100% open-source shield is designed specifically for the new Arduino MKR board format. It also includes an additional Eslov connector, an I2C port for connecting your GNSS receiver to any compatible programming board.
Technical specifications of the Arduino MKR GPS Shield
- GNSS receiver: u-blox module SAM-M8Q
- MKR headers / Eslov
- Input voltage: 3.3V
- Operating voltage: 3.3V
- Backup battery: CR1216
- Serial/I2C/DCC communication
- Dimensions: 45 x 25 mm
- Weight: 14 g
Resources for the GNSS shield for Arduino
Below you’ll find all the useful information you need for your Arduino MKR GPS shield: