Developer tag

Pozyx Creator/Enterprise/Individual units 68

    135.00 € 135.00 € 135.0 EUR

    135.00 €

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    The Pozyx developer tag is a shield compatible with Arduino that provides accurate positioning and motion information. The tag is meant to work in combination with anchors, either from the Creator series or the Enterprise series. The Pozyx tag connects to an Arduino board using long wire-wrap headers which extend through the shield. This keeps the pin layout intact and allows another shield to be stacked on top. The tag does not need an Arduino to work.

    • Works with both the Creator and the Enterprise series
    • Compatible with Arduino Uno R3, Nano and Mega through I2C
    • Compatible with Raspberry Pi through micro USB
    • On-board ultra-wideband transceiver
    • On-board 9-axis inertial measurement unit
    • On-board pressure sensor
    • Operating voltage 3.3 V
    • Micro USB for updating the Pozyx firmware or used as virtual COM port


    The Pozyx developer tag provides accurate positioning and motion information. For this, it utilizes a set of sensors and an ultra-wideband (UWB) transceiver. The principal component is the DW1000 UWB-chip from Decawave that is used for wireless ranging and messaging. Furthermore, the board is equipped with a 9-axis inertial measurement unit for orientation information. 

    On board interfaces

    • I2C. Arduino communicates with the Pozyx tag by means of I2C (SCL and SDA pin) and two optional interrupt pins (pins 2 or 3). Because the I2C bus can be shared with other peripherals, the tag will not interfere with other Arduino shields. The ICSP header from the Arduino is not passed through, hence other boards requiring this interface must be stacked lower than the Pozyx tag.
    • Micro USB. The micro USB can be used for three purposes: Firstly, for updating the Pozyx firmware in case new features are provided by us. Secondly, it can be used to connect (and power) the tag to a computer. This way, the tag can be controlled through the computer without requiring an Arduino. Finally, it can be used to connect a Raspberry Pi in order to retrieve sensor's data.

    Technical specifications


    • Arduino Uno R3, Mega and Nano supported
    • STM32F4 microcontroller
    • I2C for serial communication
    • Micro USB for firmware updates and Raspberry Pi connection
    • 4 general purpose LEDs
    • 2 LEDs for UWB connectivity
    • 4 optional GPIO pins
    • Onboard 3.3 V regulator: automatic power selection from battery, Arduino or USB
    • Tag-size: 6 cm x 5.3 cm
    • Tag-weight: 12 g


    • Decawave DW1000 transceiver
    • Onboard chip antenna
    • 10 cm accurate ranging
    • Up to 100 m range
    • Frequency range 3.5 - 6.5 GHz
    • Up to 6.8 Mbps communication


    Motion sensors

    • BNO-055 chip
    • 3-axis accelerometer
    • 3-axis gyroscope
    • 3-axis compass
    • MPL3115A2 pressure sensor