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LTE Modem and USB Add-on v2 Datasheet

Table of contents

  1. Board Connections and I/O
  2. Specifications
    1. Physical Specification
    2. Radio Specification
      1. VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7607 (EMEA)
      2. VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7610 (North America)
    3. SIM Cards and Supported Networks
    4. Power Consumption
  3. LEDs
    1. Status LEDs
    2. USB LEDs
  4. Connector Pinouts
    1. J2 - Serial Debug Port
    2. J5 - USB Port 2
    3. J6 - USB Port 3
  5. Environmental
    1. Operating Temperature
  6. 2D/3D Drawings
  7. Emergency Boot Switch

Manual

Board Connections and I/O

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Specifications

Physical Specification

SpecicifcationValue
Weight (with modem and lid)14g
Dimensions37.0 x 43.3mm
Downstream USB ports2
Cellular 3GPP Bands SupportedSee Radio Specifications below
WWAN Antenna Connectors (MIMO)UFL-R-SMT-110
Recommend AntennasW3907B0100
Downstream USB Connectors4 Position JST GH, Vertical, BM04B-GHS-TBT
Downstream USB Mating ConnectorJST GHR-04V-S
Debug Console ConnectorBM04B-SRSS-TB
Debug Console Mating ConnectorSHR-04V-S-B
J1 Connector (bottom of board)Samtec Inc, MPN: QTH-030-01-F-D-K
J1 Mating ConnectorSamtec Inc., MPN: QSH-030-01-L-D-A-K

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Radio Specification

VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7607 (EMEA)

SpecificationDetails
4G LTE, Cat-4B1, B3, B7, B8, B20, B28
3G Fallback, HSPA+, UMTSB1, B8
2G Fallback, EDGE, GSM, GPRS900, 1800
Bandwidthup to 150/50 Mbps Download/Upload

VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7610 (North America)

SpecificationDetails
4G LTE, Cat-4B2, B4, B5, B12, B13, B14, B17, B66
3G Fallback, HSPA+, UMTSB2, B4, B5
Bandwidthup to 150/50 Mbps Download/Upload

SIM Cards and Supported Networks

The modem card requires the use of a Nano SIM card.

AT&T (FirstNet), Verizon and Sierra Wireless are supported by VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7610.

For Band 3 support, the VOXL-ACC-LTEH-7607 modem is required and Band 3 SIM cards need to be requested through ModalAI.

Power Consumption

Configuration5V Power Consumption (mA)
Baseline (USB Hub, Glue Logic, All LEDs ON)150
Baseline plus Qty-2 USB Peripherals at Max 500mA*1180
Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + WP Series^ HSDPA Band 12010
Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + WP Series^ HSDPA Band 81930
Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + WP Series^ LTE Band 12240
Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + WP Series^ LTE Band 72150
Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + WP Series^ LTE Band 252265

*For each of the two downstream peripherals removed from the hub, subtract 500mA plus ~30mA logic from the power requirement.

^ Band power consumption information is limited to WP7502, WP7504, and WP8548 (max of these three, at listed mode & band). For other module power consumptions or alternate bands, please contact your local Sierra Wireless FAE, or ModalAI.

LEDs

Status LEDs

LEDDescription
5VDC INIlluminates GREEN when the board is powered
WWAN STATIlluminates GREEN when the modem is initialized
PWR GOODIlluminates solid GREEN when all local power is good

USB LEDs

The USB PORT2 PWR and USB PORT3 PWR LEDs illuminate green to indicate the USB device is powered when plugged in

Connector Pinouts

J2 - Serial Debug Port

  • Connector - BM04B-SRSS-TB
  • Mating Connector - SHR-04V-S-B
PinDescription
13.3 VDC
2UART_RX_3P3V
3UART_TX_3P3V
4GND

J5 - USB Port 2

  • Connector - 4 Position JST GH, Vertical, BM04B-GHS-TBT
  • Mating Connector - JST GHR-04V-S
PinDescription
15VDC (500mA max)
2D-
3D+
3GND

J6 - USB Port 3

  • Connector - 4 Position JST GH, Vertical, BM04B-GHS-TBT
  • Mating Connector - JST GHR-04V-S
PinDescription
15VDC (500mA max)
2D-
3D+
3GND

Environmental

Operating Temperature

TODO

2D/3D Drawings

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Emergency Boot Switch

Typically left in the OFF state, this switch can be used to enable emergency boot mode. More information can be found here.