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iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental

iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental

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Submeter GPS Receiver

Features

  • 100% iPad & iPhone compatible Bluetooth
  • SBAS support for GPS and GLONASS
  • Modular, multi-port interface (Bluetooth, USB, RS-232)
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$64.00
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The iSXBlue II+ GNSS is a palm-sized receiver that delivers real-time, high accuracy performance using GPS/GLONASS satellites and free SBAS corrections for iPad/iPhone, Android, or Windows devices.

What's Included:
  • (1) iSXBlue II GNSS GPS Receiver
  • (1) Precision antenna with 1.5m cable
  • (1) Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack
  • (1) Li-Ion battery charger
  • (1) Soft case with belt clip
  • (1) RS-232 cable, 6 ft.
  • (1) USB cable, 6 ft.
  • (1) CD-ROM with manual and utilities
  • (1) Hard-sided carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental iSXBLUEII-D Rental of Geneq iSXBlue II+ GNSS receiver bundle, priced per day
$64.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental iSXBLUEII-2D Rental of Geneq iSXBlue II+ GNSS receiver bundle, priced per 2-day period
$103.00
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iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental iSXBLUEII-W Rental of Geneq iSXBlue II+ GNSS receiver bundle, priced per week
$180.00
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iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental iSXBLUEII-2W Rental of Geneq iSXBlue II+ GNSS receiver bundle, priced per 2-week period
$270.00
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iSXBlue II+ GNSS Receiver Rental iSXBLUEII-M Rental of Geneq iSXBlue II+ GNSS receiver bundle, priced per month
$386.00
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Questions & Answers

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If we decide to buy the iSXBlue II after renting it, will the rental price be subtracted from the purchase price, or is it in addition to the purchase price?
Yes, Fondriest can subtract up to a 1-month rental cost from the sale cost of the device if you decide to purchase it immediately after renting.
Does the iSXBlue work with/sync with ArcGIS Collector/ArcGIS mobile app? If we could eliminate a lot of the post-processing, loading the spreadsheets into ArcMap and collect our data “real-time”, it would be an excellent asset.
Yes, it can stream real-time data to the ArcGIS iOS app.
Is this the only GPS receiver that is Bluetooth/iPad compatible? If not, what are the other products? Are they comparable or is this the best?
At this time, the iSXBlue II is the only sub-meter (<60 cm) GPS receiver certified by Apple for use with iOS products. There are other GPS receivers that are iPad compatible, however, they only offer 2.5-3.0 meter accuracy at best, often with only 50% confidence (CEP), instead of the 95% confidence that the iSXBlue II offers.

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