Removed from a Navman Halo Qube 2.5 AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) system - fleet management equipment.
This module provides the data communications from the module via the mobile telephone network.
It could be used as a "drop in" replacement module or for experimentation where high speed data communications are required M2M using the mobile telephone network.
Siemens Cellular Engine Module
Designed/manufactured in Germany
Part #: S30960-S1055-A200-A
Quad band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz)
For mobile devices and solutions such as rugged PDAs, gateways, routers, security monitoring systems, fleet management systems, remote computing and remote data acquisition systems.
HSDPA with up to 3.6 Mbps download speed
RIL/NDIS driver for Windows-based devices
USB 2.0 full speed
Voice and data support
Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, making this module suitable for operation on all 3G networks in Australia.
Uses a 50-pin board-to-board connector that connects to the external appli-cation and incorporates several sub-interfaces: power supply, USB interface, UICC/SIM inter-face, analog audio interface, as well as various status and control lines
Typical supply rail is 3.4V
Supplied with the antenna lead terminated with a panel mount TNC male connector but no mobile network antenna is supplied.
I will also supply two Siemens manuals:
Hardware User - basic information, modes possible, some interfacing information, mounting, etc
Hardware Interface - far more detailed technical data on all aspects of using this module including pin assignments for all 50 pins of the connector.
Excellent condition, clean and undamaged.
3x mounting screws (supplied in case they are useful)
Removed under safe ESD conditions and stored on ESD foam, within an ESD sealed bag
Prior to removal from the Halo Qube 2.5, the complete equipment was powered up and I have ensured access to the mobile network with a suitable registered SIM card (holder on the host board) - all is fine.