The SXPro GPS is a rugged “All-In-One” GPS Data Collector. This submeter real-time GIS receiver is capable of tracking GPS L1 and SBAS.
The SXPro is a submeter real-time high-accuracy GIS reciever that sets a new price/performance standard for GPS mapping receivers. The sleek, handheld design of the SXPro GPS is only overshadowed by its powerful, internal GPS receiver capable of tracking GPS L1 and SBAS. It's a single frequency receiver capable of real-time 60cm accuracy.
With its built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, 3G cellular GPRS modem, 5MP camera with AF, 806MHz CPU, Win Mobile 6.5 Pro, etc. you will go on the field and perform real-time submeter as never before. You can choose any commercial Windows Mobile application software such as ArcPad, Digiterra, ArcGIS Mobile and FieldCE or freeware such as VIsualGPSCe, NoniGPSPlot and SXBlueConfig. Other communication capabilities include Bluetooth 2.0 for interfacing to instruments such as laser rangefinders, barcode scanners and various sensors.
The SXPro features a best-in-class 3.7" VGA TFT outdoor-viewable color touchscreen. To accommodate large data sets, it has 512MB of built-in flash storage and a microSC slot for an additional 32GB of high-speed flash storage and a 806MHz processor. The rugged SXPro GPS is built to survive tough environments. It is waterproof, dustproof, and drop-resistant with an operating temperature range of -20 C to +60 C and an IP-65 rating.
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|GESXPROGPS||SXPro GPS rugged handheld computer, gray. Includes 806 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM, 512 MB Flash memory, 60cm GPS, 5 MP camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & GSM communications.||
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