GESXBGNSDF12

Geneq SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS Receiver

Geneq SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS Receiver

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The SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS is one of the smallest dual frequency receivers in the world that delivers centimeter accuracy every second using RTK with GPS L1 and L2.

Features

  • GPS/GNSS L1/L2 RTK for centimeter accuracy
  • Compatible with RTK Networks
  • Rugged and waterproof design with RS-232 and Bluetooth interface
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The SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS, one of the smallest dual frequency receivers in the world, that delivers centimeter accuracy every second using RTK with GPS L1 and L2. The SXBlue L1/L2 sets a new price/performance standard for dual frequency, high-accuracy GNSS receivers. Its integrated lightweight design makes it the ideal choice for a variety of applications including GIS, Machine control, Mining, Construction, Utilities, Agriculture, Surveying and Environmental, at a price you can afford.

Go RTK with the SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS!
The SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS uses innovative technology that puts dual frequency RTK in one of the smallest packages ever. You get 117 channels of proven 1 cm RTK performance from a lightweight unit that fits in the palm of your hand. In addition to RTK, you also have the option of using L1 SBAS for sub-meter mapping that the SXBlue has built its reputation on. Having the choice of using either L1/L2 RTK for real-time centimeter accuracy or L1 SBAS for 30cm real-time mapping provides you the flexibility that no other unit of this size and price can offer you.

Accuracy and Productivity in One
The SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS takes real-time and High Accuracy GIS to the next level. Its accurate carrier phase measurements and leading edge multipath mitigation delivers 1 cm real-time positioning. With its superior tracking performance and innovative real-time positioning, that means no downtime even in harshest conditions, the SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS maximizes your productivity by working directly within your framework (Esri, Autodesk, Carlson, CMT, Intergraph, MapInfo, TDS, etc.) both in the field and the office.

A Long Term Solution
The SXBlue L1/L2 GNSS becomes the heart of a modular solution you can grow with. In today’s rapidly evolving technologies, its unique multi-port interface (independent Bluetooth and 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 GNSS Receiver
  • (1) Antenna, Dual Frequency L1/L2
  • (1) Antenna Cable 3.5m
  • (1) Antenna Mounting Plate
  • (1) RSMA to SMA Adaptor
  • (1) Magnet Mount 4" / 10cm
  • (1) Cable (Straight) Fused Power, 3m
  • (1) RS-232 Cable, 3m
  • (1) Mounting Brackets
  • (1) SXBlue Series
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