Geneq SXPro GNSS Rugged Handheld Computer

The SXPro GNSS is a professional grade data collector with 372 channels of multi-constellation (GPS - GNSS - BeiDou) designed to achieve real time sub-meter positioning.

Features

  • 372 Channels for multi-constellation GNSS support
  • Brilliant 3.7” outdoor-viewable color touchscreen
  • Rugged, waterproof, dustproof & drop-resistant
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Geneq SXPro GNSS Rugged Handheld ComputerGESXPROGNSS SXPro GNSS rugged handheld computer, gray. Includes 806 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM, 2 GB Flash memory, 50cm GPS, 5 MP camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & GSM communications.
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The SXPro GNSS is a rugged "All-In-One" professional grade GNSS Data Collector with 372 Channels of multi-constellation (GPS - GNSS - BeiDou) designed to achieve real time sub-meter positioning. The SXPro is equipped with a 806 MHz CPU processor, 256 MB DDR RAM, a 5.0 MP camera with AF, microphone, speaker and GPRS/EDGE-Cellular network connection using a SIM card. The SXPro GNSS supports GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. It features a 3.7’’ VGA Outdoor- Viewable Color Touchscreen. Fully rugged (IP65) with operating temperature of -20°C to + 60°C.

Running Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, the SXPro GNSS comes with a full range of Microsoft utilities. Use it with ArcGis, Carlson Surveyor, Géo-Plus, MicroSurvey FieldGenius, or any other software to achieve GIS accuracy in Forestry, Mining, Utilities and Environmental applications.

  • (1) SXPro GNSS Handheld Computer
  • (2) Li-Ion Battery
  • (1) Stylus
  • (1) DC Adapter
  • (1) Charging Cable
  • (1) USB 9-pin Fischer Cable
  • (1) D89 9-pin Fischer Cable
  • (1) TF Card-4G
  • (1) Docking Station
  • (1) Neck Strap
  • (1) Mounting Bracket and Pole (Claw) Clamp
  • (1) Hard Shell Carrying Case
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