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1 Introduction[edit]

This wiki article contains provides information to help end users with their hardware setupssetup.
X-CUBE-CELLULAR supports different types of hardware setupssetup.
Some setups are based on a module that contains both an STM32 and a modem while some others are based on two boards, an STM32 board associated with a separate modem board.
If the STM32 board has no STMod+ connector, use an ARDUINO® / STMod+ adaptor. This , this is the case for the B-L4S5I-IOT01A[1].
Separate STM32 and modem boards are sometimes available as one pack composed of two boards in the same blister. This , this is the case for the P-L496G-CELL02[2].
In case of any issue, do not forget to check the ST-LINK firmware version and upgrade it if needed. Use for instance necessary. For this purpose use the STM32CubeProgrammer tool (STM32CubeProg[3]) for this purpose .
Depending on users the end user PC's OS a USB driver could might be neededrequired.
Note that when GM01Q-STMOD[4] is mentioned it could can be replaced by GMS01Q-STMOD[5]
GMS01Q is a GM01Q with an Orange provisioned embedded SIM.
Note that all the hardware setup setups listed are not all available for all depending on the software version. See For complete information see the Release Note associated to with the software delivery to have the complete information.

2 Modem FW version[edit]

The modem factory FW version in the user 's HW may not be compliant any longer with the latest X-CUBE-CELLULAR version. The Cellular modem RN indicates which modem FW version must be used. The modem FW version must be checked in the serial terminal trace and updated if needednecessary.

3 B-L462E-CELL1[6][edit]

3.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

B-L462E-CELL1

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

4 P-L496G-CELL02 [2][edit]

4.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

P-L496G-CELL02

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

5 B-U585I-IOT02A[7] + GM01Q-STMOD[4] or STEVAL-STMODLTE[8][edit]

5.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

B-U585I-IOT02A + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

6 B-L4S5I-IOT01A[1] + X-NUCLEO-STMODA1[9] + GM01Q-STMOD[4] or STEVAL-STMODLTE[8][edit]

6.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

B-L4S5I-IOT01A + X-NUCLEO-STMODA1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

7 32L496GDISCOVERY[10] + GM01Q-STMOD[4] or STEVAL-STMODLTE[8][edit]

7.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

32L496GDISCOVERY + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

8 STEVAL-STWINKT1B[11] + GM01Q-STMOD[4] or STEVAL-STMODLTE[8][edit]

8.1 Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections[edit]

STEVAL-STWINKT1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE

The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to interact with the STM32 through the STLINK-V3. This STLINK-V3 is provided in the blister.
A second USB cable (not provided, not on shown in the picturefigure above) is needed required to power the STEVAL-STWINKT1B[11] through its USB connector.

9 Previous X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions, Hardware hardware no more supported[edit]

The former X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions support other hardware setups such as P-L496G-CELL01[12] (similar to P-L496G-CELL02[2] but with the UG96 Quectel 2G/3G modem), and B-L475E-IOT01A[13].
UG96 is no more used because, nowadays, LTE Cat M and NB-IoT networks are available and much more low-power friendly than 3G.
B-L475E-IOT01A[13] (also known as "IoT node V1") is replaced with B-L4S5I-IOT01A[1] (also known as "IoT node V1.5").
XCC V7.0.0 onwards the STWINKT1B is no more supported.

10 References[edit]



Click [[Cellular:Cellular LTE CatM / NBIoT overview|here]] for Cellular overview<br>

== Introduction ==
This wiki article containsprovides information to help end users with their hardware setupssetup.<br> [[Cellular:Cellular X-CUBE-CELLULAR| X-CUBE-CELLULAR]] supports different types of hardware setupssetup.<br> Some setups are based on a module that contains both an STM32 and a modem while some others are based on two boards, an STM32 board associated with a separate modem board.<br> If the STM32 board has no STMod+ connector, use an ARDUINO<sup>®</sup> / STMod+ adaptor. This, this is the case for the B-L4S5I-IOT01A<ref name="B-L4S5I">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l4s5i-iot01a B-L4S5I-IOT01A]</ref>.<br> Separate STM32  and modem boards are sometimes available as one pack composed of two boards in the same blister. This, this is the case for the P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell02 P-L496G-CELL02]</ref>.<br> In case of any issue, do not forget to check the ST-LINK firmware version and upgrade it if needed. Use for instance necessary. For this purpose use  the STM32CubeProgrammer tool (STM32CubeProg<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/stm32cubeprog STM32CubeProg]</ref>) for this purpose.<br> Depending on users the end user PC's OS a USB driver couldmight be neededrequired.<br> Note that when GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD">[http://www.sequans.com/gm01q-stmod/ GM01Q-STMOD]</ref> is mentioned it couldcan be replaced by GMS01Q-STMOD<ref>[http://www.sequans.com/gms01q-stmod/ GMS01Q-STMOD]</ref>
<br>GMS01Q is a GM01Q with an Orange provisioned embedded SIM.<br> Note that all the hardware setupsetups listed are not all available for alldepending on the software version. See For complete information see the Release Note associated towith the software delivery to have the complete information.

== Modem FW version ==
The modem factory FW version in the user's HW may not be compliant any longer with the latest X-CUBE-CELLULAR version. The Cellular modem RN indicates which modem FW version must be used. The modem FW version must be checked in the serial terminal trace and updated if needednecessary.

==B-L462E-CELL1<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l462e-cell1 B-L462E-CELL1]</ref> ==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular_B-L462E-CELL1.jpg |200px|center| B-L462E-CELL1]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

==P-L496G-CELL02 <ref name="CELL02" />==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular_P-L496G-CELL02.jpg |200px|center|  P-L496G-CELL02]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

==B-U585I-IOT02A<ref name="B-U585I-IOT02A">[https://www.st.com/en/evaluation-tools/b-u585i-iot02a.html B-U585I-IOT02A]</ref> + GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD" /> or STEVAL-STMODLTE<ref name="STEVAL-STMODLTE" />==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular B-U585I-IOT02A.jpg |200px|center| B-U585I-IOT02A + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

==B-L4S5I-IOT01A<ref name="B-L4S5I" /> + X-NUCLEO-STMODA1<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/x-nucleo-stmoda1 X-NUCLEO-STMODA1]</ref> + GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD" /> or STEVAL-STMODLTE<ref name="STEVAL-STMODLTE">[https://www.st.com/en/product/steval-stmodlte STEVAL-STMODLTE]</ref>==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular_B-L4S5I-IOT01A-X-NUCLEO-STMODA1-STEVAL-STMODLTE.jpg |200px|center| B-L4S5I-IOT01A + X-NUCLEO-STMODA1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

==32L496GDISCOVERY<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/32l496gdiscovery 32L496GDISCOVERY]</ref> + GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD" /> or STEVAL-STMODLTE<ref name="STEVAL-STMODLTE" />==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular_32L496GDISCOVERY-GM01Q-STMOD.jpg |200px|center| 32L496GDISCOVERY + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to power and interact with the STM32.

==STEVAL-STWINKT1B<ref name="STEVAL-STWIN">[https://www.st.com/en/product/steval-stwinkt1b STEVAL-STWINKT1B]</ref> + GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD" /> or STEVAL-STMODLTE<ref name="STEVAL-STMODLTE" />==
=== Boards and ST-LINK USB cable connections ===
[[File: Cellular_STEVAL-STWINKT1-STEVAL-STMODLTE.jpg |200px|center| STEVAL-STWINKT1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to interact with the STM32 through the STLINK-V3. This STLINK-V3 is provided in the blister.<br> A second USB cable (not provided, not on shown in the picturefigure above) is neededrequired to power the STEVAL-STWINKT1B<ref name="STEVAL-STWIN" /> through its USB connector.

== Previous X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions, Hardwarehardware no more supported ==
The former X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions support other hardware setups such as P-L496G-CELL01<ref name="P-L496G-CELL01">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell01 P-L496G-CELL01]</ref> (similar to P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02" /> but with the UG96 Quectel 2G/3G modem), and B-L475E-IOT01A<ref name="B-L475E">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l475e-iot01a B-L475E-IOT01A]</ref>.<br> UG96 is no more used because, nowadays, LTE Cat M and NB-IoT networks are available and much more low-power friendly than 3G.<br> B-L475E-IOT01A<ref name="B-L475E" /> (also known as "IoT node V1") is replaced with B-L4S5I-IOT01A<ref name="B-L4S5I" /> (also known as "IoT node V1.5").<br> XCC V7.0.0 onwards the STWINKT1B is no more supported.

==References==<references />

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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
This wiki article contains information to help users with their hardware setups.
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This wiki article provides information to help end users with their hardware setup.
<br> [[Cellular:Cellular X-CUBE-CELLULAR| X-CUBE-CELLULAR]] supports different types of hardware setups.
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<br> [[Cellular:Cellular X-CUBE-CELLULAR| X-CUBE-CELLULAR]] supports different types of hardware setup.
<br> Some are based on a module that contains both an STM32 and modem while some others are based on two boards, an STM32 board associated with a separate modem board.
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<br> Some setups are based on a module that contains both an STM32 and a modem while some others are based on two boards, an STM32 board associated with a separate modem board.
<br> If the STM32 board has no STMod+ connector, use an ARDUINO<sup>®</sup> / STMod+ adaptor. This is the case for the B-L4S5I-IOT01A<ref name="B-L4S5I">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l4s5i-iot01a B-L4S5I-IOT01A]</ref>.
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<br> If the STM32 board has no STMod+ connector, use an ARDUINO<sup>®</sup> / STMod+ adaptor, this is the case for the B-L4S5I-IOT01A<ref name="B-L4S5I">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l4s5i-iot01a B-L4S5I-IOT01A]</ref>.
<br> Separate STM32  and modem boards are sometimes available as one pack composed of two boards in the same blister. This is the case for the P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell02 P-L496G-CELL02]</ref>.
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<br> Separate STM32  and modem boards are sometimes available as one pack composed of two boards in the same blister, this is the case for the P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell02 P-L496G-CELL02]</ref>.
<br> In case of issue, do not forget to check the ST-LINK firmware version and upgrade it if needed. Use for instance the STM32CubeProgrammer tool (STM32CubeProg<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/stm32cubeprog STM32CubeProg]</ref>) for this purpose.
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<br> In case of any issue, do not forget to check the ST-LINK firmware version and upgrade it if necessary. For this purpose use  the STM32CubeProgrammer tool (STM32CubeProg<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/stm32cubeprog STM32CubeProg]</ref>) .
<br> Depending on users PC's OS a USB driver could be needed.
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<br> Depending on the end user PC's OS a USB driver might be required.
<br> Note when GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD">[http://www.sequans.com/gm01q-stmod/ GM01Q-STMOD]</ref> is mentioned it could be replaced by GMS01Q-STMOD<ref>[http://www.sequans.com/gms01q-stmod/ GMS01Q-STMOD]</ref>
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<br> Note that when GM01Q-STMOD<ref name="GM01Q-STMOD">[http://www.sequans.com/gm01q-stmod/ GM01Q-STMOD]</ref> is mentioned it can be replaced by GMS01Q-STMOD<ref>[http://www.sequans.com/gms01q-stmod/ GMS01Q-STMOD]</ref>
 
<br>GMS01Q is a GM01Q with an Orange provisioned embedded SIM.
 
<br>GMS01Q is a GM01Q with an Orange provisioned embedded SIM.
<br> Note that all the hardware setup listed are not available for all the software version. See Release Note associated to the software delivery to have the complete information.
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<br> Note that the hardware setups listed are not all available depending on the software version. For complete information see the Release Note associated with the software delivery.
   
 
== Modem FW version ==
 
== Modem FW version ==
The modem factory FW version in user's HW may not be compliant any longer with the latest X-CUBE-CELLULAR version. The Cellular modem RN indicates which modem FW version must be used. The modem FW version must be checked in the serial terminal trace and updated if needed.
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The modem factory FW version in the user HW may not be compliant any longer with the latest X-CUBE-CELLULAR version. The Cellular modem RN indicates which modem FW version must be used. The modem FW version must be checked in the serial terminal trace and updated if necessary.
   
 
==B-L462E-CELL1<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l462e-cell1 B-L462E-CELL1]</ref> ==
 
==B-L462E-CELL1<ref>[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l462e-cell1 B-L462E-CELL1]</ref> ==
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[[File: Cellular_STEVAL-STWINKT1-STEVAL-STMODLTE.jpg |200px|center| STEVAL-STWINKT1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
 
[[File: Cellular_STEVAL-STWINKT1-STEVAL-STMODLTE.jpg |200px|center| STEVAL-STWINKT1 + GM01Q-STMOD or STEVAL-STMODLTE]]
 
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to interact with the STM32 through the STLINK-V3. This STLINK-V3 is provided in the blister.
 
The red USB cable (not provided) from the PC is used to interact with the STM32 through the STLINK-V3. This STLINK-V3 is provided in the blister.
<br> A second USB cable (not provided, not on the picture) is needed to power the STEVAL-STWINKT1B<ref name="STEVAL-STWIN" /> through its USB connector.
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<br> A second USB cable (not provided, not shown in the figure above) is required to power the STEVAL-STWINKT1B<ref name="STEVAL-STWIN" /> through its USB connector.
   
== Previous X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions, Hardware no more supported ==
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== Previous X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions, hardware no more supported ==
 
The former X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions support other hardware setups such as P-L496G-CELL01<ref name="P-L496G-CELL01">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell01 P-L496G-CELL01]</ref> (similar to P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02" /> but with the UG96 Quectel 2G/3G modem), and B-L475E-IOT01A<ref name="B-L475E">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l475e-iot01a B-L475E-IOT01A]</ref>.
 
The former X-CUBE-CELLULAR versions support other hardware setups such as P-L496G-CELL01<ref name="P-L496G-CELL01">[https://www.st.com/en/product/p-l496g-cell01 P-L496G-CELL01]</ref> (similar to P-L496G-CELL02<ref name="CELL02" /> but with the UG96 Quectel 2G/3G modem), and B-L475E-IOT01A<ref name="B-L475E">[https://www.st.com/en/product/b-l475e-iot01a B-L475E-IOT01A]</ref>.
 
<br> UG96 is no more used because, nowadays, LTE Cat M and NB-IoT networks are available and much more low-power friendly than 3G.
 
<br> UG96 is no more used because, nowadays, LTE Cat M and NB-IoT networks are available and much more low-power friendly than 3G.