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Geneq SXPro RTK Rugged Handheld Computer

Geneq SXPro RTK Rugged Handheld Computer

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The SXPro RTK is a rugged GNSS & RTK Data Collector with 220 Channels of multi-constellation to achieve real-time sub-meter SBAS positioning or centimeter accuracy with RTK networks.

Features

  • 220 Channels for multi-constellation GNSS support
  • Brilliant 3.7” outdoor-viewable color touchscreen
  • Rugged, waterproof, dustproof & drop-resistant
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The SXPro RTK is a rugged "All-In-One" professional grade GNSS & RTK Data Collector with 220 Channels of multi-constellation designed to achieve real time sub-meter SBAS positioning or centimeter accuracy with RTK networks.

The SXPro is equipped with a 806 MHz CPU processor, 256 MB DDR RAM, a 5.0 MP camera with AF, microphone, speaker and GPRS/EDGECellular network connection using a SIM card. The Dual Frequency SXPro RTK supports both L1 and L2 from GPS and GLONASS plus the E1 frequency from Galileo. This delivers the quickest and most reliable RTK initializations for 1-2 centimeter accuracy.

The SXPro features a 3.7’’ VGA Outdoor- Viewable Color Touchscreen. Fully rugged (IP65) with operating temperature of -20°C to + 60°C. Running Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, the SXPro RTK comes with a full range of Microsoft utilities. Use it with ArcGis, Carlson Surveyor, Géo-Plus, MicroSurvey FieldGenius, or our SXBLUE RTN or any other software to achieve GIS accuracy in Forestry, Mining, Utilities and Environmental applications.

What's Included:
  • (1) SXPro RTK Handheld Computer
  • (2) Li-Ion Battery
  • (1) Stylus
  • (1) DC Adapter
  • (1) Charging Cable
  • (1) USB 9-pin Fischer Cable
  • (1) D89 9-pin Fischer Cable
  • (1) TF Card-4G
  • (1) Docking Station
  • (1) External Multi-Frequency Antenna
  • (1) MCX-TNC Cable
  • (1) Centering Holder
  • (1) TNC-TNC RF Cable
  • (1) Neck Strap
  • (1) Mounting Bracket and Pole (Claw) Clamp
  • (1) Hard Shell Carrying Case
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