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Garmin GPS 18x PC High Sensitivity Receiver

Garmin GPS 18x PC High Sensitivity Receiver

Description

The GPS 18x is a high-sensitivity GPS sensor for use in automotive, fleet vehicle, and electronics applications that require a small, highly accurate GPS receiver.

Features

  • 12-channel receiver continuously tracks satellites and reports your precise position
  • WAAS-capable for accuracy to within 3 meters
  • Puck-like receiver is 2.4" (6.1cm) in diameter
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$84.99
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$80.74
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Details

This high-sensitivity, 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled GPS receiver comes with an integrated magnetic base. The puck-like receiver is 2.4" (6.1 cm) in diameter and weighs just a few ounces, making it an ideal solution for applications where space is at a premium.

The GPS 18x comes complete with non-volatile memory for storage of configuration information, a real-time clock and raw measurement output data for sophisticated customer applications.

GPS 18x PC has DB-9 pin serial connector with a 12 V cigarette lighter adapter; can output data in NMEA 0183 format (industry standard) or proprietary Garmin format.

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Garmin GPS 18x PC High Sensitivity Receiver 010-00321-34 GPS 18x PC high sensitivity receiver, NMEA 0183 output
$80.74
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