GPS

GPS RECEIVERS ("MICE")
A GPS receiver and antenna integrated into a weatherproof housing is someteimes known as a "GPS mouse" because of the visual resemblance to a computer mouse. 

The data output is in a standardised format (usually NMEA) via a USB, UART or RS-232 interface.  It can be connected to a microcontroller or a computer with appropriate software to form a complete tracking, navigation or logging system.

  • GU-158 GPS "Mouse"

    • u-blox GPS Chipset
    • Magnetic mount
    • 50 channels
    • Update Rate 1 ~ 5 Hz
    • RS-232 or USB
    • Sensitivity: -158 dBm

    Datasheet

  • GM-48S GPS "Mouse"

    • SIRF III GPS Chipset
    • Magnetic mount
    • 20 channels
    • Update Rate 1 ~ 4 Hz
    • RS-232 
    • Sensitivity: -159 dBm

    Datasheet

  • GM-48UB GPS "Mouse"

    • Antaris4 GPS Chipset
    • Magnetic mount
    • 20 channels
    • Update Rate 1~ 4 Hz
    • RS-232 or USB
    • Sensitivity: -150 dBm

    Datasheet

  • GM-88U GPS Marine Receiver

    • u-blox Chipset
    • Central screw mount
    • 50 channels
    • Update 1 Hz (Option 5Hz)
    • RS-232 or USB
    • Sensitivity: -159 dBm
    • Power: 8 V ~ 35 V

    Datasheet

  • VP-88U GPS Marine Receiver

    • u-blox Chipset
    • Includes stand
    • 50 channels
    • Update 1 ~ 5 Hz
    • RS-232 NMEA Daten
    • Sensitivity: -160 dBm
    • Power: 8V ~ 35V

    Datasheet

  • GM-44S GPS Marine Receiver

    • SIRF III GPS Chipset
    • Central screw mount
    • 20 channels
    • Update Rate 1 Hz
    • RS-232
    • Sensitivity: -159 dBm
    • 5V  (8 ~ 35 V Option)

    Datasheet