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UBlox LEA-6H Module GPS w / antenne intégrée 2.5m Précision V1.01

UBlox LEA-6H Module GPS w / antenne intégrée 2.5m Précision V1.01

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67,39 €
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Poids
28 g
SKU:
9387000026-0
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Ce module GPS intègre un récepteur LEA-6H GPS avec une antenne 25x25x4mm patch céramique, interface série UART et USB. La haute performance du moteur de positionnement LEA-6H u-blox permet la navigation même dans des environnements de faible signal.

Recommandé pour multicopters en particulier, où la précision du GPS est très important. Il a un circuit actif pour l'antenne patch céramique et une batterie de secours pour les démarrages à chaud. Ces unités seront livrées pré-configurées pour ArduPilot utilisation Mega, et le fichier de configuration est disponible dans le référentiel Google.

Ce module dispose d'un port série compatible USB V2.0 pour l'alimentation et le transfert de données.

Caractéristiques:
• Micro USB à bord
• Module ublox LEA-6H
• Taux de mise à jour de 5Hz
• Précision de 2.5m de haute précision
• antenne patch céramique 25x25x4mm
• Mode powersave amélioré: faible consommation d'énergie basée sur la gestion intelligente de l'énergie
• SuperSense® Indoor GPS: -160 dBm Sensibilité de suivi
• LNA et filtre SAW
• batterie de secours au lithium 3V
• Régulateur de 3,3V à faible bruit
• Alimentation et fix indicateur LED
connecteur Molex à 4 broches compatible • Mega ArduPilot, MultiWii et Megapirate AIO
• Exposed RX, TX, 5V et GND pad

Note: Ce module est livré avec un taux de Buad de 38400, 5Hz

Spécifications:
Alimentation: 3.5 ~ 6.0V
Batterie embarquée lithium, 5mA: Alimentation de secours
Antenne patch 25x25mm: antenne
Temp .: -20 ° C ~ 60 ° C
Dimensions: 37x37x9mm
Connecteur: SMT-pads pour 10 pin header, Pas: 2,54 mm
Ports série: 1 UART @ 3 V niveaux 1 USB

  • UGS 9387000026-0
  • Brand Unknown
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids (g) 28.00
  • Longueur 80.00
  • Largeur 20.00
  • la taille 60.00
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Works great, but despite gentle handling, the USB port broke off while trying to configure it. I bought a replacement hoping the same problem does not occur.

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Works great, but despite gentle handling, the USB port broke off while trying to configure it. I bought a replacement hoping the same problem does not occur.

Awesome GPS.I get 8 Sats under 30 sec. Keeps GPS Lock in my bomb shelter of a basement where i get no cell phone service.

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Awesome GPS.I get 8 Sats under 30 sec. Keeps GPS Lock in my bomb shelter of a basement where i get no cell phone service.

This is my first time writing a review, and therefore I'm taking ALL the crowns. Having become Review King, you may address me as 'Sire' or 'Your Highness'.

This is a GPS, not to be confused with GSP, which stands for Groovy Server Pages. It generates dynamic XML and is similar to JSP or something. I don't know, I'm just reading this from Wikipedia. Anyway, you have to admit that's a pretty cool name for a programming language. Pretty groovy GPS, too.

You may wonder, why should I get this one and not the $18 NEO module? Well, I don't know either, because I don't have a NEO module. But what I can tell you is that this one is MUCH better than the NEO can ever be, because not only can you update the firmware on this one, doing so will also allow this module (but not the NEO-6) to lock onto Galileo and GLONASS satellites. Those are the European and Russian systems, for those of you who live in the US of A.

So basically, if you're anywhere NOT in North America - and about 95pcnt of the people in the world aren't - this module will give you better and faster performance than the cheapo NEO-6. Then again, if all it'll do is make you fly it into a building faster, might as well go for the less expensive option. But what do I know? I'm going to look at some more Server Pages. Groooovy.

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This is my first time writing a review, and therefore I'm taking ALL the crowns. Having become Review King, you may address me as 'Sire' or 'Your Highness'.

This is a GPS, not to be confused with GSP, which stands for Groovy Server Pages. It generates dynamic XML and is similar to JSP or something. I don't know, I'm just reading this from Wikipedia. Anyway, you have to admit that's a pretty cool name for a programming language. Pretty groovy GPS, too.

You may wonder, why should I get this one and not the $18 NEO module? Well, I don't know either, because I don't have a NEO module. But what I can tell you is that this one is MUCH better than the NEO can ever be, because not only can you update the firmware on this one, doing so will also allow this module (but not the NEO-6) to lock onto Galileo and GLONASS satellites. Those are the European and Russian systems, for those of you who live in the US of A.

So basically, if you're anywhere NOT in North America - and about 95pcnt of the people in the world aren't - this module will give you better and faster performance than the cheapo NEO-6. Then again, if all it'll do is make you fly it into a building faster, might as well go for the less expensive option. But what do I know? I'm going to look at some more Server Pages. Groooovy.

This is a GPS, not to be confused with GSP, which means Groovy Server Pages. It generates dynamic XML and is similar to JSP or something. I don't know either, I'm just reading this from Wikipedia, but you have to admit that's a pretty nice name for a programming language. It's also a pretty groovy GPS module, too.

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This is a GPS, not to be confused with GSP, which means Groovy Server Pages. It generates dynamic XML and is similar to JSP or something. I don't know either, I'm just reading this from Wikipedia, but you have to admit that's a pretty nice name for a programming language. It's also a pretty groovy GPS module, too.

Works flawlessly. Received mine with the patch antenna "unglued" to the module board which was handy :)

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Works flawlessly. Received mine with the patch antenna "unglued" to the module board which was handy :)

Acurate and fast GPS lock but would have preferred is it was shrink wrapped for durability

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Acurate and fast GPS lock but would have preferred is it was shrink wrapped for durability

When I got this, I was a little apprehensive, given that others had trouble with the serial port. As it turns out, by using the uBlox u-center application I was able to set up the GPS to output the correct data over the serial port. As shipped, my GPS was not set up to output NMEA packets over the serial port, but was setup to output them over the USB port. I was able to go to the Messages section of the uBlox configuration and correct this and save the setup to FLASH. Works like a charm! I'm still not sure if this is the most cost-effective GPS available, but it appears to work just fine with MultiWii Pro and the standard serial GPS code in the MultiWii 2.1 firmware.

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When I got this, I was a little apprehensive, given that others had trouble with the serial port. As it turns out, by using the uBlox u-center application I was able to set up the GPS to output the correct data over the serial port. As shipped, my GPS was not set up to output NMEA packets over the serial port, but was setup to output them over the USB port. I was able to go to the Messages section of the uBlox configuration and correct this and save the setup to FLASH. Works like a charm! I'm still not sure if this is the most cost-effective GPS available, but it appears to work just fine with MultiWii Pro and the standard serial GPS code in the MultiWii 2.1 firmware.

The unit works, signal strength is good, even indoors. Once it has found the satellites and you power it off, after re arming it finds signal really fast. Have not made actual accuracy measurements. Two bad things: 1) antenna is glued with hot glue and it was loose, had to replace it with two sided tape 2) vcc soldering bad is not connected, now I have to cut the wire that came with the unit and lengthen it. Also did firmware update, worked like a charm :) I use it with a APM 2.5 controller, and seems to plug and play - no hassle, works.

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The unit works, signal strength is good, even indoors. Once it has found the satellites and you power it off, after re arming it finds signal really fast. Have not made actual accuracy measurements. Two bad things: 1) antenna is glued with hot glue and it was loose, had to replace it with two sided tape 2) vcc soldering bad is not connected, now I have to cut the wire that came with the unit and lengthen it. Also did firmware update, worked like a charm :) I use it with a APM 2.5 controller, and seems to plug and play - no hassle, works.

needed for Back To Home with HKPilot mega, and lot of more GPS option

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needed for Back To Home with HKPilot mega, and lot of more GPS option

awesome so far! really happy with the accuracy of the module so far.

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awesome so far! really happy with the accuracy of the module so far.

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