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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers

Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers

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Geode is a real-time sub-meter all-in-one Bluetooth GPS/GNSS receiver designed to interface with Juniper Systems and third-party field data collection systems.

Features

  • Multiple correction sources provide precise, real-time data
  • Intuitive and easy operation, one-button simplicity
  • All day battery life for long work days in the field
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Looking for a simple sub-meter GNSS solution at an affordable price? With the Geode, you can easily collect real-time, sub-meter GNSS data without the huge price tag or complexity of other precision receivers.

Designed with versatility in mind, the Geode works with a wide range of Windows®, Windows Mobile, and Android® devices to fit your needs exactly, and is especially useful for bring-your-own-device workplaces.

Take the Geode with you mounted on a pole, in a pack, or held in your hand to collect real-time sub-meter GNSS data in harsh environments, using almost any handheld device.

What's Included:
  • (1) Geode Sub-meter Receiver with integrated antenna and battery, 1Hz update rate
  • (1) 10W Universal USB Power Supply
  • (1) International Plug Kit for USB Power Supply
  • (1) USB 2.0 Type A to USB Micro Cable, 3ft
  • (1) GIS/Survey Pole Adapter, 1/4x20 to 5/8x11
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 25975 Geode sub-meter GPS receiver, 1Hz data output
$1499.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 25995 Geode sub-meter GPS receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
$1660.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 25976 Geode sub-meter GPS/GLONASS receiver, 1Hz data output
$1860.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 25996 Geode sub-meter GPS/GLONASS receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
$1999.00
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Juniper 25972 Geode 10Hz data output upgrade
$375.00
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SECO Quick-Release Prism Pole 43035 Quick-release one-section prism pole, extends 1.5m to 2.6m
$175.95
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SECO Thumb-Release Bipod 43693 Thumb-release bipod
$172.95
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SECO Thumb-Release Tripod 43675 Thumb-release tripod
$130.95
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SECO GIS Backpack 43048 GIS backpack with cam-lock antenna pole
$216.95
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