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Trimble R8 GPS Antenna Rover Receiver

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 Trimble R8 450-470MHz GPS Rover Receiver w/ Options..
- CMR Inputs
- CMR Outputs
- RTCM Inputs
- RTCM Outputs
- Data Collector
- Binary Outputs
- Data Logging
- Bluetooth
- L2CS
- Cellular
- 450-470 MHz Radio P/N: 53620-66
- Serviced By A Trimble Authorized Service Center
SKU: GPS76
Item ID: X1477-L/T*
Condition: Refurbished
Warranty: 90 Day Exchange
$3,495.00
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* Trimble R8 GPS Antenna Rover Receiver P/N: 50158-66 w/ Options...[ID- X1477-L/T*]
         - CMR Inputs
         - CMR Outputs
         - RTCM Inputs
         - RTCM Outputs
         - Data Collector
         - Binary Outputs
         - Data Logging
         - Bluetooth
         - L2CS
         - Cellular
         - 450-470 MHz Radio P/N: 53620-66
         - Serviced By A Trimble Authorized Service Center
* Li-Ion Battery Charger w/ AC Adapter
* Antenna
* QTY. 2 Battery Packs
* RS232 PC Interface Cable
* User Manual On CD-ROM
* Carrying Case (G)

Details

Trimble R8 GPS Antenna Receiver

THE FUTURE OF GPS SURVEYING TODAY

The Trimble® R8 GPS system combines industry-leading GPS receiver technology with numerous innovative features designed to improve performance and productivity in the field.
Trimble R8 is a 24-channel, dual-frequency GPS receiver, GPS antenna, and data-link radio combined in one compact unit weighing just 1.3 kg (2.9 lb).

AN ADVANCED, HIGH-QUALITY GPS RECEIVER
Trimble R8 is designed to deliver high-quality tracking and performance. Using less than 2.5 W of power, advanced Trimble R-Track technology ensures optimal tracking even in hostile GPS environments. And with the introduction of new L2C signals, which are part of GPS modernization, Trimble R8 will use these signals to provide even more robust tracking. The patented four-point antenna feed of the system’s built-in dual-frequency receiver provides sub-millimeter phase-center stability for maximum precision. The system includes built-in WAAS and EGNOS capability, providing real-time differential positioning without a base station.

EASY SETUP AND OPERATION AS A WIRELESS BASE STATION
Trimble R8 offers the option of upgrading the internal 450 MHz radio with transmitting capability, making a 100%-cable-free base station a reality. External radios, cables, and extra tripods are no longer required, so setup and operation is incredibly simple and efficient. Save time and significantly increase productivity as a result.
Trimble R8 GPS systems with this internal radio option are now completely interchangeable as base stations and rovers. Standardize on Trimble R8 and use it as a base station or rover as each survey demands. Trimble R8 increases your flexibility on the job. The internal radio’s transmission range is 3–5 km. For greater range, simply use one of Trimble’s external radios as a repeater.

CABLE-FREE CONVENIENCE AND SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AS A ROVER
The Trimble R8 GPS system’s performance as a rover is unsurpassed in the surveying industry. On the rover pole, Trimble R8 with a Trimble controller weighs just 3.6 kg (7.9 lb). Experience less fatigue thanks to the rover’s ergonomic design and light weight. Bluetooth® wireless communication between the receiver and controller makes the rover 100% cable free for your convenience. With Trimble R8 you can choose the communication option that best suits your needs. Use the 450 MHz internal radio option for receiving corrections from a local base station. Alternatively, choose a built-in GSM module for mobile phone communication. A Trimble R8 rover will work as long and as hard as you do. Extremely low power consumption lets you run the Trimble R8 rover for longer without changing batteries. A large internal memory of 6 MB lets you conveniently log static or kinematic data for postprocessing. Trimble R8 is also rugged enough for any job. It will withstand a pole drop of up to 2 m (6 ft) onto a hard surface, and is even submersible to 1 m (3 ft).


Features:
  • Advanced wireless technologies for flexibility and cable-free convenience
  • Trimble R-Track technology for GPS modernization
  • Base and rover communication options to suit any application
  • Extremely lightweight and rugged


Specifications:
Code differential GPS positioning
Horizontal
±0.25 m + 1 ppm RMS
Vertical
±0.50 m + 1 ppm RMS
WAAS differential positioning accuracy
Typically <5 m 3DRMS
Static and FastStatic GPS surveying
Horizontal
±5 mm + 0.5 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%
HARDWARE
Dimensions
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, ACU controller and bracket
Temperature
Operating
–40 °C to +65 °C (–40 °F to +149 °F)
Storage
–40 °C to +75 °C (–40 °F to +167 °F)
Humidity
100%, condensing
Waterproof
IPX7 for submersion 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