Connects to the Base Station via screw-on TNC connectors and must be placed in a position away from any other obstacles that could cause satellite signals to be blocked or reflected. Wherever possible, place the GPS antenna and tripod (needs to be ordered separately) at the highest available spot to ensure the best un-affected satellite reception.
Power can be obtained either from the internal battery supply or from an external source via a front panel (using the supplied mains power supply, or via an external waterproofed connector from a suitable 8-30v DC supply).
The Base Station radio antenna connects to the Base Station via screw-on TNC connectors and must be placed in the highest available position in order to realise the maximum possible transmission range.
Front Panel Interface
Indicates the operating status of the Base Station.
RS232 Serial Interface
Used for updating the operating firmware of the Base Station using a PC or porting to the GPS engine or radio modem for update of firmware or manual configuration changes.
A power input connector for charging the Base Station internal battery using the supplied mains adaptor.