Geneq SXblue Platinum GNSS Receiver

The SXblue Platinum uses all-in-view constellations with triple frequency and it offers the ability to use a global or local coverage of corrections (SBAS, L-Band and RTK).

Features

  • GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS
  • Android, iOS and Windows compatible
  • Triple-frequency L1-L2-L5 with 1cm RTK accuracy
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Geneq SXblue Platinum GNSS ReceiverGESXPRTKKIT SXblue Platinum GNSS receiver RTK kit
$7,495.00
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Geneq SXblue Platinum GNSS Receiver GESXPSUKKIT SXblue Platinum GNSS receiver survey kit
$7,995.00
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Geneq SXblue Platinum GNSS Receiver
GESXPRTKKIT
SXblue Platinum GNSS receiver RTK kit
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$7,495.00
Geneq SXblue Platinum GNSS Receiver
GESXPSUKKIT
SXblue Platinum GNSS receiver survey kit
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$7,995.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Geneq SXBlue 10Hz Data Output Upgrade GESX310HZ- SXBlue 10Hz data output upgrade
$595.00
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Geneq SXBlue 20Hz Data Output Upgrade GESX320HZ- SXBlue 20Hz data output upgrade
$995.00
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Geneq SXBlue II/III Car Charger GESXB2CH12 12V car charger for SXBlue II/III
$65.00
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Geneq SXBlue II/III External Power Supply GESXEXPSU-0 External power supply for SXBlue II/III, 11-28 VDC
$250.00
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SECO GIS Backpack 43048 GIS backpack with cam-lock antenna pole
$203.00
In Stock
SECO Quick-Release Prism Pole 43035 Quick-release one-section prism pole, extends 1.5m to 2.6m
$203.00
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SECO Thumb-Release Bipod 43693 Thumb-release bipod
$178.00
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SECO Thumb-Release Tripod 43675 Thumb-release tripod
$139.00
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Cedar CP3 Rugged Handheld Computer 27880 CP3 rugged handheld computer. Includes Android 7.1.2, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, 16 MP front/12 MP dual rear camera, IP68 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$650.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Geneq SXBlue 10Hz Data Output Upgrade
GESX310HZ-
SXBlue 10Hz data output upgrade
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$595.00
Geneq SXBlue 20Hz Data Output Upgrade
GESX320HZ-
SXBlue 20Hz data output upgrade
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$995.00
12V car charger for SXBlue II/III
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$65.00
External power supply for SXBlue II/III, 11-28 VDC
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$250.00
GIS backpack with cam-lock antenna pole
In Stock
$203.00
Quick-release one-section prism pole, extends 1.5m to 2.6m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$203.00
Thumb-release bipod
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$178.00
Thumb-release tripod
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$139.00
CP3 rugged handheld computer. Includes Android 7.1.2, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, 16 MP front/12 MP dual rear camera, IP68 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$650.00

Powered by its 394 channels, the SXblue Platinum uses all-in-view constellations with triple frequency and it offers the ability to use a global or local coverage of corrections (SBAS, L-Band and RTK).

The new receiver is the same, compact, lightweight, palm-sized unit as the SXblue product series, which is completely dustproof and ruggedized. The internal, rechargeable, field replaceable Li-Ion battery has on-board LEDs for easy access battery life information.

With the scalable SXblue Platinum Basic, the user can activate at anytime any frequency or constellation after its initial purchase. The receiver is also field upgradable which, means that you can activate these options remotely at your convenience.

Atlas delivers its correction signals via L-band or it can stream data over the internet (NTRIP) at accuracies ranging from meter to subdecimeters levels ensuring the best available vertical and horizontal accuracy.

Some of the many compatible softwares such as ESRI Collector, ArcPad, Fulcrum, TerraGo Edge, and MicroSurvey FieldGenius and many others. iSXBlue RTN, a free iOS application for NTRIP/DIP configuration, is available on the App Store.

  • (1) SXblue Platinum GNSS with battery
  • (1) Multi-GNSS antenna (L1, L2, L5, L-BAND)
  • (1) Antenna cable 10cm SMAR(M)/BNC(F)
  • (1) Antenna cable 15cm SMAR(M)/BNC(M)
  • (1) Charger - LI-ION 8.4 V
  • (1) Serial cable, RS-232
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Pole clamp with slot
  • (1) L shaped bracket for SXblue
  • (1) Antenna mounting plate
  • (1) Hard shell case for SXblue
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