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Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental

Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental

Description

L1/L2 GNSS Receiver

Features

  • Full GNSS: GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/BeiDou/QZSS
  • 100% Android, iOS, Windows compatible
  • 1cm real-time accuracy when connected to RTK network
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$140.00
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The Eos Arrow 200 is a survey-grade GNSS receiver for your smartphone, tablet, or notebook computer.
What's Included:
  • (1) Arrow 200 L1/L2 GNSS Receiver
  • (1) Nylon carrying pouch
  • (1) L1/L2 GNSS antenna
  • (2) Antenna cable, 1.5m
  • (1) Antenna mounting plate
  • (1) Battery pack
  • (1) Battery charger, 100-240V
  • (1) USB cable, 6 ft.
  • (1) Pole clamp system
  • (1) Hard shell carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental ARROW200-D Rental of Eos Arrow 200 GNSS receiver bundle, priced per day
$140.00
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Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental ARROW200-2D Rental of Eos Arrow 200 GNSS receiver bundle, priced per 2-day period
$224.00
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Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental ARROW200-W Rental of Eos Arrow 200 GNSS receiver bundle, priced per week
$392.00
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Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental ARROW200-2W Rental of Eos Arrow 200 GNSS receiver bundle, priced per 2-week period
$588.00
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Arrow 200 GNSS Receiver Rental ARROW200-M Rental of Eos Arrow 200 GNSS receiver bundle, priced per month
$839.00
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