Unique 6G GNSS-centric Technology
Reliable Design for the Field Use
- Constellation : GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU/GALILEO/QZSS/SBAS
- Frequency : L1/L2/L5
- Channels : 240
- Update Rate : 0.05 sec
- Data format : RTCM 2.1, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, ATOM, CMR (+), NMEA
- Raw data output : Yes
- Real-time Accuracy - RTK mode (HRMS) : 0.8 mm
- Real-time Accuracy - DGPS mode (HRMS) : < 25 cm
- Real-time Accuracy - SBAS mode (HRMS) : < 50 cm
- Post-Processed Accuracy (HRMS) : 0.3 cm + 0.5 ppm
- Time to first fix : 2 sec
- Initialization range : > 40 km
- Communications : WiFi, UHF 2W TRx, GSM/UMTS/3.5G, BT
- Unit size (mm / inches) : 22.2x19.4x7.5 cm / 8.7x7.6x3.0 in
- Weight : 1.17 kg / 2.57 lb
- Display : OLED
- Memory : 2 GB + SD
- Temp Min (°C) : -40°C / -40°F
- Temp Max (°C) : 65°C / 149°F
- Waterproof : IP67
- Shock & vibration : ETS300 019 & MIL-STD-810F
- Power (type - lifetime) : 2x2600 mAh Li-Ion / ~10 hrs
- Antenna Type : Internal
- Firmware options : Yes
- Software options : Yes
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