BE-GPS-1008

Bad Elf High Performance GPS & GLONASS Receiver

Bad Elf High Performance GPS & GLONASS Receiver

Description

The Bad Elf High Performance GPS & GLONASS Receiver provides latitude, longitude, altitude, speed and GPS track.

Features

  • Instantly adds GPS & GLONASS location support to iPad WiFi or iPod touch devices
  • Built in micro-USB port allows for pass through charging while in use
  • Quickly acquires satellite lock without cell tower assistance
List Price
$129.99
Your Price
$115.05
In Stock

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Details

The Bad Elf GPS gets rave reviews from the most demanding customers in military, commercial, and private aviation. Moreand more blue water and freshwater marine enthusiasts have chosen the Bad Elf GPS for their adventures.

Add a high performance GPS and voice guided tum-by-tum application with the included upgrade of the CoPilot street navigation app for your iPod touch, iPad, or iPad mini.¹

Features:

  • Instantly add GPS & GLONASS location support to your iPad WiFi or iPod touch devices with Lightning Connector
  • High performance 66 channel WAAS enabled GPS provides latitude, longitude, altitude, speed, and GPS track
  • Accurate to 2.5M (9') up to 60,000' and 1,000 mph
  • Quickly acquires satellite lock without cell tower assistance
  • Hot start time in as little as 2 seconds
  • Built in micro-USB port allows for pass through charging while in use
  • No internet connection or monthly subscription required
  • Lock times: 2s (hot). 15s (warm). 33s (cold)
  • Size: 1.1" x 1.1" x 0.25" (28mm x 28mm x 7mm)
  • Includes free upgrade to CoPilot Premium for voice-guided turn by turn naviation support (United States maps only)


Bad Elf GPS provides location data to any and all apps that use Apple's iOS Core Location framework. Bad Elf's GPSproducts are great for:

  • Aviation
  • Marine
  • Vehicle navigation
  • Geocaching
  • Travel
  • Specifications
  • Running
  • Cycling
  • Hikiing
  • Stargazing
  • Racing


Made For:

  • iPod touch (5th generation)
  • iPhone 5S. iPhone SC. and iPhone 5
  • iPad (4th generation)
  • iPad mini
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Bad Elf High Performance GPS & GLONASS Receiver BE-GPS-1008 High performance GPS & GLONASS receiver for lightning connector
$115.05
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