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Geneq SXBlue II-L GPS Receiver

Geneq SXBlue II-L GPS Receiver

Description

The Geneq SXBlue II-L GPS Receiver is designed to use OmniSTAR's VBS service for DGPS accuracy anywhere in the world.

Features

  • Sub-60cm, 2dRMS real-time GPS performance
  • Modular, multi-port interface (Bluetooth, USB, RS-232)
  • Integrated Li-Ion battery pack for over 10 hours of continuous operation
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Go Real-time, All the Time!
The Geneq SXBlue II-L GPS Receiver with OmniSTAR VBS uses innovative technology that delivers sub-meter accuracy in real-time, all the time. There is no need for post-processing or a beacon receiver when WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, or GAGAN are available. Furthermore, the SXBlue II-L was designed to use Omnistar's VBS service anywhere in the world. Even in forestry applications and other difficult mapping environments where GPS reception is limited, the SXBlue II-L is designed to keep working and deliver the DGPS accuracy you need all day long.

Accuracy and Productivity in One
The SXBlue II-L GPS takes real-time accuracy a step further. Its accurate code phase measurements and leading edge multipath mitigation delivers sub-60 cm (2dRMS, 95% confidence) positioning. With its superior tracking performance and innovative real-time positioning, that means no downtime even in harshest conditions, the SXBlue II-L maximizes your productivity by working directly within your GIS framework (ESRI, Autodesk, CMT, Integraph, MapInfo, TDS, etc.) both in the field and the office.

A Long Term Solution
Add a field computer that suits your application, an off-the-shelf software of your choice, and the SXBlue II-L GPS becomes the heart of a modular solution you can grow with. In todays rapidly evolving technologies, its unique multi-port interface (fully independent Bluetooth, USB, RS-232 ports) helps to protect your long term investment by always allowing the use of up-to-date computer hardware, operating system and software.

What's Included:
  • (1) SXBlue II-L GPS with battery
  • (1) GPS antenna
  • (1) Antenna cable 0.3m SMAR(M)/BNC(F)
  • (1) Antenna cable 1m BNC(M)/SMA(M)
  • (1) Antenna cable 1.5m SMA(M)/SMAR(M)
  • (1) Charger - LI-ION 8.4 V
  • (1) Serial cable, RS-232
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Soft carrying case, nylon
  • (1) Modified hat for antenna
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Questions & Answers

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Does Geneq provide the Omnistar subscription?
No, the SXBlue ā€œLā€ models can only access the OmniSTAR system if the user chooses to purchase an OmniSTAR subscription.
Why would I want to pay for an additional DGPS service?
If you are collecting points in an area where SBAS is not available, such as South America, Africa and other remote locations, you may want to use Omnistar or a base-station to acquire sub-meter accuracy.
Will this receiver connect to my Windows laptop?
Yes, the SXBlue II-L can communicate via its Bluetooth, serial RS-232 or USB ports.

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