QuecPython is Quectel’s port of MicroPython for cellular modules



Introduction to QuecPython

Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively. You can see it wherever it is a crawler or a cluster, but Python almost has no chance of embedded development. What if Python can be employed in the Internet of Things?

Quectel can now use Python for development. Quectel has ported the MicroPython virtual machine based on modules to realize the development and application of Python in the Internet of Things.

This document takes EC100Y-CN as an example to introduce the software and hardware resources and technology of EC100Y-CN and EC600S-CN QuecPython.”

Read more – QuecPython Technology and Resources Overview – PDF, QuecPython Basic Operation Guide – PDF.

There is also a VS Code extension

QuecPython interaction extension. It includes REPL console, AT CLI, preview of the module file system. Flash firmware, download files, run files and interact with the module file system from the VSCode.

Read more.

…and they seem committed to it, there is a trademark application for it as well … and a python download URL python.quectel.com/download

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