ProductsModuleInterface62575 Navilock NL-852EUSB PPS u-blox 8 Multi GNSS Engine Module

Navilock NL-852EUSB PPS u-blox 8 Multi GNSS Engine Module

Item No. 62575
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Description

GNSS modules are fully assembled receiver with patch antenna, backup battery etc .. This version uses USB 2.0.


Specification

• Connector: WTB USB 2.0
• Chipset: u-blox 8 UBX-M8030-KT
• Frequency:
    GPS: L1, 1575.4200 MHz
    GLONASS: L1, 1602 (k x 0,5625) MHz
    BEIDOU COMPASS: B1, 1561.0980 MHz
    GALILEO E1, 1575.4200 MHz
    QZSS L1, 1575.4200 MHz
• Accepts the signals of up to 72 satellites at the same time
• Supports AssistNow online/offline,
  SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS and MSAS)
• Supports NMEA 0183 protocols: GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC, VTG
• USB specification 2.0
• Auto Baud Rate up to 115200 bps
• Update rate:
    single GNSS: 18 Hz (e.g. GPS solo)
    multi GNSS: 10 Hz (e.g. GPS+GLONASS)
• Sensitivity: –167 dBm
• LED-indicator for GPS-status
• Operating temperature:
    -40 °C ~ 85 °C without battery
    -20 °C ~ 60 °C with battery
• Power supply: 5 Volt
• Current consumption: max. 45 mA
• Cold start in ca. 26 seconds
• Hot start in ca. 1 second
• Positioning accuracy:
    2.5 m CEP (Circular Error Probable) and
    2.0 m CEP with SBAS
• Dimension (LxWxH): ca. 30 x30 x 7.90 mm


System requirements

• Device with free USB 2.0 input


Package content

• GNSS module
• Navilock support CD


Package

• Poly bag

Galileo (satellite navigation) The European navigation system Galileo will start probably at the end of 2016 and will become full operational capability (FOC) in 2020. Our Navilock u-blox 8 receivers support Galileo since the firmware version 3.01.

The new GNSS system requires the version 4.1 of the NMEA 0183 protocol. The evaluation software uCenter displays the Galileo satellites.

Please notice the instruction for this update.
Option PPS (Pulse Per Second) The Pulse-Per-Second (PPS) signal is available on the mini DIN connector at PIN 6. It is synchronized with UTC. A flexible power supply for PPS provides the integrated Darlington circuit and a pull-up resistor of 10 KOhm.

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