The rugged GPS 19x NMEA 0183 receiver/antenna offers high sensitivity reception and pinpoint GPS accuracy.
Delivers Precise Location Data
This 32-channel receiver is capable of tracking multiple global navigation satellite systems, including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS. Since more satellites are visible, it can provide more accurate fixes in challenging conditions. With its enhanced position, heading and speed accuracy delivered up to 10 times more often than other receivers/antennas, it provides smoother drawing of position at higher speeds. WAAS-capable, it can determine your precise location to within 3 m (9.84 ft).
Compared to units with slower update rates, the GPS 19x offers dramatic improvement when used at low speeds. Position and course information from slower units can jitter and swing considerably at speeds below 1 mph. The GPS 19x provides a consistent and smooth heading which is especially important when trying to hit a specific waypoint or mark. The GPS 19x also reflects the true boat heading smoothly and accurately. This is especially evident when coming out of turns. And, the GPS 19x eliminates position skipping that can occur at low speeds and when turning the boat in an arc. The GPS 19x maintains a smooth position throughout the turn.
Built for Versatility
Part of the Garmin marine instrument family, the GPS 19x HVS is built to withstand the elements. This waterproof (IPX7) sensor can be pole mounted or flush mounted. It also can be attached to the underside of many fiberglass decks for added ease of installation. In addition, it also can be configured to have 1 Hz or 5 Hz update rates to help support specific installation requirements.
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