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Sky-Watcher SynScan GPS

SKU: SKW-70031

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$182.00
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Quick Overview

The SynScan GPS is a compact all-in-one GPS module solution to connect to SynScan computer telescope GOTO system. It provides accurate geometrical coordinates and serves as a precise real-time clock for the GOTO system.
The receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view and provides accurate satellite positioning data. The SynScan GPS is optimized for good performance, low cost, and maximum flexibility. It is suitable for a wide range of applications utilizing navigation and geometrical information.



 

The SynScan GPS is a compact all-in-one GPS module solution to connect to SynScan computer telescope GOTO system. It provides accurate geometrical coordinates and serves as a precise real-time clock for the GOTO system.
The receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view and provides accurate satellite positioning data. The SynScan GPS is optimized for good performance, low cost, and maximum flexibility. It is suitable for a wide range of applications utilizing navigation and geometrical information.

Features

Technical Specifications

Receiver Type: 12 parallel channel, L1 C/A code
Accuracy: Position 5m CEP, Velocity 0.1m/sec
Startup Time: < 10sec hot start, < 35sec warm start, < 50sec cold start
Reacquisition: 1sec
Sensitivity: -140dBm acquisition, -150dBm tracking
Update Rate: 1Hz
Dynamics: 4G(39.2m/sec2)
Operational Limits: Altitude < 18,000m or velocity < 515m/sec
Serial Interface: RS-232 level
Protocol: 1. NMEA-0183 V3.01 4800 baud, 8, N, 1(Default)
2. SynScan Position, Velocity & Time II Binary Message.
Input Voltage: 3.8V ~ 8.0V
Current Consumption: < 100mW
Operating Temperature: -40°C ~ +85°C
Humidity: 5% ~ 95%

 

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