IOT-GATE-RPI4: Getting Started
- Connect HDMI monitor to the IOT-GATE-RPI4 display output using a standard HDMI cable.
- Connect USB mouse and keyboard devices to the IOT-GATE-RPI4 USB connectors.
- Insert the AC power supply blade into the power supply unit.
- Insert the power supply plug into the IOT-GATE-RPI4 input jack. Turn the power plug clockwise to lock the plug.
- IOT-GATE-RPI4 will automatically boot into the OS
Left and Right panels
Default antenna connector assignment
|WiFi / BT||Wifi / Bluetooth antenna|
|WWAN||Main LTE antenna|
|AUX||Auxiliary GNSS antenna|
SIM card installation
- Power off the device
- Remove the screw from the SIM/PROG tray-cover
- Insert a SIM removal tool into the cover popping hole to pop the tray-cover
- Place the SIM into the tray
- Mind the SIM tray orientation. You will need to turn the device upside down to keep the SIM from falling off the tray. Carefully push the tray cover back in
- Close the SIM/PROG cover screw (optional)
- Restart the device
Headless Quick Setup
In case a monitor is not available, IOT-GATE-RPI4 can be used with a host PC console terminal.
- Use standard USB-to-micro USB cable to connect host PC and IOT-GATE-RPI4.
- Plug micro USB end to IOT-GATE-RPI4's micro-USB debug console connector
- Plug USB end to host's USB port
- On your host PC, start a terminal emulation program (e.g.minicom on a Linux host) with the following serial port settings:
|Baud Rate||Data Bits||Stop Bits||Flow Control|
- Plug the power supply unit into an AC outlet. IOT-GATE-RPI4 will turn on and boot into Linux.
- Use "pi" as a username and "raspberry" as a password as initial Linux account credentials.
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