TECHSHIP IS A GLOBAL SUPPLIER OF WIRELESS COMPONENTS
Telit LE910C1-SAXD is a LTE Cat-1 module based on ThreadX intended for North America
• Best-in class 3GPP rel10 platform
• MTC features ready according to 3GPP Rel.12
• Easy to integrate with peripherals and actuators using USB 2.0 HS, UART and user definable GPIOs
• Internet friendly with integrated TCP/IP and UDP/IP stacks
• Simple drop-in migration and technology design reuse path to 2G and 3G with any xE910 module
• Over-the-Air firmware update
• Embedded GNSS solution
AT Command Guide for the LE910Cx over LWM2M protocol
This archive contains the Windows 11 WHQL certified Telit module drivers for x64 system platforms.
Microsoft Windows 11
This archive contains the Windows 10 WHQL certified Telit module drivers for both x86 and x64 system platforms.
Microsoft Windows 10
How to configure and save a "User Profile" using AT-commands on selected Telit modems.
Sometimes you might want to store some settings to be automatically loaded on startup, without having to configure your modem or make a script.
Fortunately Telit has made it easy to do this, by creating a "User Profile", and this FAQ will guide you through on how to set this up.
For this example, we'll make some configurations to the GPS settings of the module, but you can choose whichever settings you like.
First, send the AT command:
You will get a long list with info, but the one I want you to check is the last one:
DEFAULT PROFILE : &Y0=user profile 1
Make note of the "Y0" - This might be different on your setup, but don't worry, we'll change this in the next step.
Send the following AT command:
This sets the modem to a custom user profile. (There are 2 user profiles available, "0" and "1". We are using "0" here.)
Now check that we have updated the profile with the AT command:
And now it should say at the bottom:
DEFAULT PROFILE : &P0=user profile 1
Great! Now we're editing our user profile, so go ahead and type your settings:
AT$GPSP=1 AT$GPSANTPORT=3 AT$GPSACP AT$GPSNMUN=1 AT$GPSNMUN=1,1,1,1,1,1,1 AT$GPSSAV
To save these settings, it's not enough to only type "AT$GPSSAV", we need to save some of the settings to our profile!
Type the following AT command to do a "save profile":
Now do a reboot with:
And when it's up and running again type:
And it should say:
More info regarding the different modes and settings can be found in the AT Command Guide here.