Summary

High positioning accuracy, fast satellite acquisition and recapture time enables rapid hot start location, small size and low power consumption of the receiver, strong shock resistance (no power can withstand the 20000g shock), intended to be used on multiple platforms. GranStal's knowledge and experience in the GNSS industry ensure that the GS50 offer you the highest possible accuracy, scalable to a centimeter. Includes two configured GNSS Receiver, GPS+GLONASS, GPS+BD2-B1 dual-mode receiver, either by replacing the front end of the receiver filter and built-in embedded program to perform a state change. GS50 can be widely assembled in various types of weapons such as missiles, rockets, artillery, UAV guidance control applications. At present, the product has been achieved thousands of exports after several guided test and stereotypes.

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Last updated: 2022-08-25

GS50 GNSS Receiver

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Specs

9TRL
lead time
0.5 mo
mass
30 g
diameter
50.80 mm
height
17.40 mm
input voltage
5 ± 0.3 V DC
power consumption
0.8 W
GPS signal
L1 (GPS + GLONASS)
B1 (BeiDou2)
GPS position accuracy
6.0 m (GPS)
10.0 m (GLONASS and BeiDou2)
GPS altitude accuracy
8.0 m (GPS)
15.0 m (GLONASS and BeiDou2)
GPS velocity accuracy
0.08 m s^-1 (GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou2)
data interface
2 RS232 ports
operating temperature
-45 to 75 C
storage temperature
-55 to 85 C
mechanical shock
< 20000 g

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