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ARDUINO MKR FORM FACTOR

Compatible with all Arduino MKR boards: add sensors and interfaces to build your application

LONG-RANGE CONNECTIVITY

Sending data up to 15 Km for any IoT project

TRACKING & POSITIONING

Best-in-class, low-power GNSS technology, combining CloudLocate and LoRaWAN

LOW-POWER HIGH
PERFORMANCE

Extremely low-power board with Move-X and u-blox innovative module designs

Arduino MKR form factor
+ LoRaWAN +
GNSS technology

Cicerone is perfect for tracking applications that need meter-level accuracy and long-range low-power LoRaWAN connectivity.
It is based on u-blox MAXM10S GNSS and Move-X MAMWLE modules. This combination allows for best-in-class synergy between GNSS technology and long-range wireless connectivity for power-constrained applications.
The board is designed to extend the battery life of IoT asset tracking applications thanks to an on-board LiPo charging circuit and u-blox CloudLocate positioning.

For makers and engineers

• Quickly build complex IoT solutions in a small form factor thanks to the compatibility with Arduino IDE
• Expand the hardware with MKR shields

Applications

• Asset tracking
• Supply chain and logistics management
• Smart agriculture
• Smart cities
• Environment monitoring
• Infrastructure monitoring

MAMWLE by Move-X

The Move-X MAMWLE is a low-power, LoRaWAN-compliant radio module based on ST's STM32WLEx microcontroller by STMicroelectronics. Powered by a powerful 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 with clock frequency up to 48MHz and paired with up to 64kB SRAM and 256kB Flash, it is suitable for most IoT applications.

MAX-M10 by
u-blox

The MAX-M10 series is built on the ultra-low-power u-blox M10 GNSS platform, which provides exceptional sensitivity and acquisition times for all L1 GNSS systems. The extremely low power consumption of less than 25 mW in continuous tracking mode allows great power autonomy for all battery-operated devices, such as asset trackers, without compromising on GNSS performance.

Partners

Industry leaders have partnered with Move-X to design technology for a better world.

At ST, they create technology for a sustainable world, in a sustainable way. They enable safer, smarter and greener ways of living while acting together to protect the planet.

u-blox logo

Adhering to the Swiss tradition of technological innovation u-blox continuously strives to find modern ways to boost customers businesses and build a sustainable future.

Distributors

Design your IoT device with our Cicerone board

Tech specs
  • Radio module:
    • Move-X MAMWLE (STM32WLE5)
  • CPU architecture: 
    • STM32 Cortex® M4 32 bit @ 48MHz
  • CPU flash memory:
    • 128 KB
  • SRAM:
    • 48 KB
  • LoRa radio:
    • Semtech SX1261/2 (868-915 MHz)
  • GNSS module:
    • u-blox MAX-M10S
      • BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, GPS / QZSS
      • u-blox services: CloudLocate and AssistNow
  • Board supply options (by priority):
    • VIN (5V)
    • USB (5V)
    • Battery
  • Supported batteries:
    • Rechargeable 3.70V Li-Ion or Li-Po with onboard SC OD
    • OC protections, minimum suggested capacity 500mAh
  • Battery management specs:
    • 210 mA, charge voltage 4.2V, red LED for status
    • Battery voltage monitor through MAMWLE ADC
  • Operating voltage:
    • 3.3V
  • LEDs:
    • Battery charge state (red), user application (green)
  • Buttons:
    • Reset, user application
  • Connectors:
    • Arduino MKR headers:
      • up to 22 GPIO, 16 PWM, 7 analog in
      • VREF output
      • SPI, UART, I2C
    • 10-pin JTAG/SWD for ST-LINK
    • JST PH 2.0 for Li-Po battery
    • u.fl for LoRa antenna
    • u.fl for GNSS passive antenna
    • Micro USB type B
      • board supply and battery charging
      • UART
      • firmware upload
  • USB-UART Bridge chip:
    • CP2102N
    • Connected to MAMWLE USART2, BOOT0 and RESET
  • Dimensions:
    • 62.9 x 25.0 x 7.52 mm
Download Datasheets & Resources

Cicerone board datasheet

MAMWLE module Datasheet

MAX-M10S datasheet

Move-X GitHub