SODAQ ONE with ISM and GPS antennas

Regular price $175.00


If the item is out of stock you can still place your order as a back-order. In this case we will not charge your card until the items are available to ship. Back-ordered items ship usually within 1 to 4 weeks depending on the product line.


SODAQ ONE with RN2903 LoRaWAN™ module 1.0.1ver beta Australian firmware. Bundled with active GPS and wire ISM antenna.

This device only works with AU spec gateways within the Australian ISM band 915-928MHz.

For developers only. Not for commercial deployment.


Always check and comply with the applicable local radio regulations. Please note that your actual EIRP is dependent on the end-device configuration and antenna gain.



This board is based on our successful Autonomo, a proven 32 bit Arduino compatible platform. It is equipped with a solar charge controller and runs on a LiPo or a permanent battery. We additionally included a GPS module: the Ublox Eva 7M to be specific. It's not only miniature but with it's assisted GPS feature it can get a fix within seconds. We've also added a low power Accelerometer/Magnetometer chip. This gives the board a nifty feature where it can stay in (deep) sleep mode until it moves or has a change in magnetic field. An essential element for developing low power devices.

Let's imagine you want to develop a bicycle tracker using the SODAQ ONE. You would like to track the position of the bike, but only when it has moved. This is possible if you keep the device in deep sleep until it detects motion. If the motion continues for a while, the bicycle may have changed position so only then the GPS will switch on to get a new reading and send this location over the LoRa network. Efficient right? This system will allow you make most efficient use of your battery capacity by only using the GPS when needed, essentially increasing the battery life of your system.

Think even more out of the box with the implemented Magnetometer. Use the board to develop a parking sensor (fit the device on the street, and as soon as a car parks, it changes the magnetic field). Perhaps mount it to a fence and use the compass direction to determine whether the gate is open or not. This feature extends the range of possibilities and opens up many doors for potential projects.

The board is so small (40x25 mm) you can fit it inside almost anything (Seriously, look at the picture). To ease the development we have fitted two rows of headers so you can use it on a breadboard. Why? Well, it has 14 free I/O lines that you can use for your own purpose. Whether you want to build a weather station, control street lights or get a signal when you have received (snail) mail. It's all possible with the SODAQ ONE.



Microcontroller ATSAMD21G18, 32-Bit ARM Cortex M0+

Arduino M0 Compatible


40 x 25 mm

Operating Voltage


I/O Pins

14, All can be used for digital and 12 log with PWM, UART, SPI and TWI (I2C)

Analog Output Pin

10-bit DAC

External Interrupts

Available on all pins

DC per I/O pin

7 mA

Flash Memory

256 KB




Up to 16KB by emulation

Clock Speed

48 MHz


Serial Wire Interface


 5V USB power and/or 3.7 LiPo battery


Solar charge controller, up to 500mA charge current



LoRa Microchip

RN2903 Module


uBlox EVA 7M




MicroUSB Port