miniPCIe Adaptor & Raspberry PI Hardware Attached on Top (HAT)


This is multiprotocol OBD to UART interpreter hardware board that provides bi-directional, half-duplex communication with the vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostic system (OBD-II).  It features the STN2100. It is fully compatible with the de facto industry standard
ELM327 command set.

Weight 0.25 kg

8 in stock



The Raspberry Pi (RP) HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) is an add-on board for RP model B+ and higher. It enables use of different hardware wireless chipsets
(BG95, BG96, EG95) with raspberry PI. The RP HAT is a rectangular board (65x56mm) that has a 40W GPIO header and supports the special
autoconfiguration system that allows automatic GPIO setup and driver setup.

Key Features

  • Has miniPCIe interface can be used with BG95/BG96/EG95 wireless IoT chipsets
  • Fully compatible with Raspberry Pi models that have the 40-pin GPIO header (4, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero)
  • Easy-to-use, simple setup, plug-and-play
  • QMI and PPP are supported
  • Clip-in Mini PCIe socket compatible with worldwide LTE/UMTS/HSPA+ and GSM/GPRS/EDGE
    coverage with regional or global modules which work with different frequencies & carriers
  • With the 4G/LTE module (e.g Quectel EC25 and EG95) you can reach 150Mbps downlink and
    50Mbps uplink data rates
  • Nano USIM card socket can be easily reachable on the upside of the HAT
  • Can be used standalone with PC/Laptop over micro USB, without stacking with Raspberry Pi
  • The HAT can be powered from an external 5V source by exposed power pins, directly from
    Raspberry Pi 5V GPIO headers, via micro USB, or optional JST connector on the bottom of the
  • Taking the module into the Airplane Mode, resetting module or RI and DTR functions can be
    accessible over GPIO pins
  • The power of the whole board electronics can be disabled for low-power consumption use cases
  • The modules (BG95, BG96, EC25, EG95) have built-in GNSS(GPS/GLONASS) receiver for geo-location applications
  • Uses a GPIO connector that spaces the HAT at least 8mm from the Pi (i.e. uses spacers 8mm or larger)
  • Conforms to the RP HAT requirements
  • Conforms to the HAT mechanical specification