GNSS Receivers HS25N and GNSS25N

HS25N / GNSS25N

The GNSS receivers support various satellite navigation systems (including GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS) and use the NMEA data sets VTG, GGA and ZDA of the built-in GNSS receiver unit. The satellite navigation systems are acquired simultaneously and the best signal is automatically used. Unlike the previous receivers, the names of the latest generation of GNSS-supported receivers end in 'N' or 'NA' (HS25N, GNSS25N, USBDL1 GN, USBDL1 GNA).

HS25N / GNSS25N

GNSS Receiver HS25N

The HS25N-Box supports various satellite navigation systems (including GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS) and uses the NMEA data sets VTG, GGA as well as ZDA of the built-in GNSS receiver unit.  The satellite navigation systems are acquired simultaneously and the best signal is automatically used. Beside the se­rial NMEA output (with 115200 baud), it additionally pro­vides the horizontal speed, driving direction, height, po­sition, lon­gitudinal acceleration, angular speed, traverse acceleration, slope angle, curve radius, total accelera­tion and quality of the GNSS measurement data via a three-line display, via a voltage output, via a fre­quency output and via a CAN bus, where interpolated values are used to output the corrected speed, the acquired acceleration and the driven distance every 20 ms. Fur­thermore, driving performance measurements can be made directly.

 

 

GNSS Receiver GNSS25N

The GNSS receiver GNSS25N can directly be connected to a signal converter and data logger SICOLOG, data logger USBDL1, or a signal converter SICO3. It forwards the NMEA mes­sages GGA, VTG and ZDA of the integrated GNSS receiver unit with a refresh rate of 25 Hz. The GNSS receiver GNSS25N is directly integrated into the USBDL1 GN and USBDL1 GNA.

 

Note: For compatibility with SICOLOG, USBDL1, and SICO3, the SICOLOG/USBDL1/SICO3 firmware V1.0.46 or better should be used. For compatibility with CFDL1, DL16CAN and SICO2, the GNSS25N and HS25N receivers can be reconfigured to receive GPS only (see Files for HS25N).

The ED13 display is no longer deliverable. Its successor, the DDD1, can be used instead.