The GPS160 supports GPS, Glonass and Galileo positioning. TriNav technology is used to combine signals from all three systems to compute the best possible fix accuracy and reliability.
With NMEA0183 Output
72 channel GPS, Glonassand Galileo GNSS positioning receiver
Typically sub 1m accuracy thanks to TriNavtechnology combines all satellite data for optimum accuracy
Can be configured as dedicated GPS, Glonassor Galileo only device
Sophisticated anti-spoofing algorithm for robust positioning performance and interference rejection
Available in NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 with iKonvertinterfaceand wireless with WLN10SM variants
GPS160USB also available with USB connection for PC/MAC
User/field selectable 4800, 38400 and 115200 baud operation through simple internal DIP switches
Multiple formats of NMEA data output including datum information user configurable through internal DIP switches
Up to 18Hz update rate user selectable
Ultra low 20mA power consumption at 12V DC
Input for MOB switch/system when activated generates synthetic AIS MOB NMEA output to activate MOB position on plotter
Datum mode support for professional ECDIS systems
Puck installation or fits 3rdparty industry standard 1 x 14TPI threaded mount
GPS160 TriNav Sensor with NMEA0183 Output
The GPS160 has a standard NMEA 0183 output for connection to plotters, instruments and systems
If a longer cable is required, it s best to utilise the GPS160 standard NMEA version with a USB-NMEA adaptor cable.
Galileo is the new global navigation satellite system GNSS that has been developed over the past two decades. It joins the GPS and GLONASS systems and offers mariners a 3rd reliable positioning source. It is planned to be fully operational in 2020.