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Trimble 5800 GPS Rover Receiver

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Trimble 5800 GPS Rover Receiver w/ Options...
- CMR Inputs
- RTCM Inputs
- Data Collector
- Binary Outputs
- 10 Hz Measurements
- Bluetooth
- No Radio Installed!
- Serviced By A Trimble Authorized Service Center
Item ID: X1379
Condition: Refurbished
Warranty: 90 Day Exchange


* Trimble 5800 GPS Rover Receiver P/N: 59400-00 w/ Options... [ID- X1379]
         - CMR Inputs
         - RTCM Inputs
         - Data Collector
         - Binary Outputs
         - 10 Hz Measurements
         - Bluetooth
         - No Radio Installed!
* Li-Ion Battery Charger w/ AC Adapter
* Battery Pack
* RS232 PC Interface Cable
* User Manual On CD-ROM
* Carrying Case (G)


Trimble 5800 GPS Receiver
The Trimble® 5800 GPS receiver provides reliability and simplicity for basic surveying tasks. You can trust that the proven design of the Trimble 5800 will perform under the toughest conditions.

Integrated System
Because the Trimble 5800 GPS receiver's components are completely integrated, the system is lightweight and ergonomic—and completely cable-free. 2 MB of internal memory makes collecting data for postprocessing extremely easy and efficient, whether for static or kinematic (stop-and-go) surveying.

Advanced Technology
The Trimble 5800 GPS system offers advanced Trimble GPS technology. It is a 24-channel dual-frequency GPS receiver, containing Trimble’s proven Maxwell™ technology for robust tracking in difficult GPS environments.

Two additional channels for WAAS and EGNOS tracking let you perform real-time differential surveys to GIS grade without a base station.

The dual-frequency Trimble antenna enhances the tracking capabilities of the Trimble 5800—the patented four-point antenna feed provides submillimeter phase center stability for precise results. The position of the UHF radio antenna mounting further increases accuracy by being out of the GPS line-of-sight, reducing multipath and avoiding interference with the GPS antenna.

For rover communications use the built-in 450 or 900 MHz radio, or use an external radio, cell phone or wireless packet data modem.

For extended coverage and comprehensive error checking when roving, the Trimble 5800 works with signals from multiple base stations transmitting on the same radio channel. For even larger area coverage, at highest accuracies, the Trimble 5800 works with Trimble VRS™ networks.

Integrated Bluetooth® wireless technology enables cable-free communication between the receiver and your Trimble controller.

Built For The Field
As a rover, the Trimble 5800 is not only lightweight and cable-free; it also consumes minimal power. Two miniature batteries will power the receiver for up to 11 hours – at least enough for a full working day.

Environmentally rated to IPX7, and submersible to a depth of 1 m, the Trimble 5800 is rugged enough for any job. It can withstand a drop of up to 2 m on to a hard surface.

Wide Range of Applications:
The 5800 GPS system is ideal for a wide range of positioning applications, including:

  • Survey
  • Construction
  • Asset management


  • Purpose-built integrated GPS receiver for improved productivity
  • Scalable from L1, postprocessing to full RTK configurations
  • Lightweight design for reduced fatigue on all-day operations
  • Cable-free rover for more flexibility and ease-of-use in the field
  • Accurate, reliable and rugged


Code differential GPS positioning
Horizontal ±0.25 m +1 ppm RMS
Vertical ±0.50 m +1 ppm RMS
WAAS differential positioning accuracy
Typically <5m 3DRMS
Static and FastStatic GPS surveying
Horizontal ±5 mm +0.5 ppm RMS
Vertical ±5 mm +1 ppm RMS
Kinematic surveying
Horizontal ±10 mm +1 ppm RMS
Vertical ±20 mm +1 ppm RMS
Initialization time Single/Multi-base minimum 10 sec +0.5 times  baseline length in km, up to 30 km
Initialization reliability Typically >99.9%
Dimensions (WxH) 19 cm (7.5 in) × 10 cm (3.9 in), including connectors
Weight 1.31 kg (2.89 lb) with internal battery,  internal radio, standard UHF antenna. 3.67 kg (8.09 lb) entire RTK rover including batteries, range pole, controller and bracket

–40 °C to +65 °C (–40 °F to +149 °F)
–40 °C to +75 °C (–40 °F to +167 °F)
Humidity 100%, condensing
Water/dustproof IP67 Dustproof, protected from temporary  immersion to depth of 1 m (3.28 ft)
Shock and vibration Tested and meets the following environmental standards:
Shock Non-operating: Designed to survive a 2 m (6.6 ft) pole drop onto concrete. Operating: to 40 G, 10 msec, sawtooth
Vibration MIL-STD-810F, FIG.514.5C-1
  • Power 11 to 28 V DC external power input with over-voltage protection on Port 1 (7-pin Lemo)
  • Rechargeable, removable 7.4 V, 2.4 Ah Lithium-Ion battery in internal battery compartment. Power consumption is <2.5 W, in RTK mode with internal radio
  • Operating times on internal battery: 5.5 hours with 450 MHz receive only (varies with temperature)
  • Certification Class B Part 15, 22, 24 FCC certification, Canadian FCC, CE Mark approval, and C-tick approval
Communications and Data Storage
  • 3-wire serial (7-pin Lemo) on Port 1. Full RS-232 serial on Port 2 (Dsub 9 pin)
  • Fully Integrated, fully sealed internal 450 MHz receiver
  • Fully integrated, fully sealed 2.4 GHz communications port (Bluetooth)
  • External cell phone support for GSM/GPRS/CDPD modems for RTK and VRS operations
  • Data storage on 2 MB internal memory: 55 hours of raw observables based on recording data from 6 satellites at 15 second intervals
  • 1 Hz, 2 Hz, 5 Hz, and 10 Hz positioning
  • CMR+, RTCM 2.1, RTCM 2.3, RTCM 3.0, RTCM 3.1 Input and Output
  • 16 NMEA outputs, GSOF and RT17 outputs