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GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental

GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental

Description

High Sensitivity GPS Receiver

Features

  • 32-channel receiver reports precise position
  • WAAS-capable for accuracy to within 3m
  • NMEA 0183 output for integration with NexSens data loggers
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$12.00
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The Garmin 19X HVS is a waterproof marine GPS receiver with 32-channels and WAAS capability for real-time GPS accuracy to 3m.
What's Included:
  • (1) GPS 19x (HVS)
  • (1) 30 ft. cable
  • (1) Pole mount
  • (1) Flush mount
  • (1) Under deck mount
  • (1) Set of documentation
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental 19XHVS-D Rental of Garmin GPS 19x HVS high sensitivity GPS receiver with UW connector & buoy mount, priced per day
$12.00
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GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental 19XHVS-2D Rental of Garmin GPS 19x HVS high sensitivity GPS receiver with UW connector & buoy mount, priced per 2-day period
$19.00
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GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental 19XHVS-W Rental of Garmin GPS 19x HVS high sensitivity GPS receiver with UW connector & buoy mount, priced per week
$33.00
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GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental 19XHVS-2W Rental of Garmin GPS 19x HVS high sensitivity GPS receiver with UW connector & buoy mount, priced per 2-week period
$50.00
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GPS 19x HVS GPS Receiver Rental 19XHVS-M Rental of Garmin GPS 19x HVS high sensitivity GPS receiver with UW connector & buoy mount, priced per month
$71.00
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3100-MAST Cellular Telemetry System Rental 3100-MAST-D Rental of NexSens 3100-iSIC data logging system with cellular modem telemetry & solar panel kit, priced per day
$80.00
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