If you are an ecology professional and need to cover large areas and/or log the location of your path and recordings then this GPS by Garmin will be for you.
Compatible with the following bat detectors:
- easily configure time of day recording schedules on the SMZC or SM4BAT
- accurately set the clock to within one second of the GPS time base to synchronise your recorders
- quickly set the latitude and longitude of SM4 units
- high-sensitivity, 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled GPS receiver
Dimensions (mm; ⌀ x H): 61 x 19.5
Weight (g): c. 105
Case material: polycarbonate thermoplastic (IPX7)
Operating temperature: -30 °C to + 80 °C
Storage temperature: -40 °C to +80 °C
GPS receiver sensitivity: -185 dBW minimum
Receiver: WAAS Enabled
Reaquisition time: > 2 seconds
Aquisition time (cold): c. 45 seconds
Aquisition time (warm): c. 38 seconds
Aquisition time (hot): c. 1 second
Accuracy (standard positioning service) - position: <15 meters, 95% typical
Velocity: 0.1 knot RMS steady rate
In the field:
The GPS antenna plugs into the port on the right side of the EM3/EM3+ and attaches to the back of the device with the supplied fastening "dots". The antenna can be extended if necessary for better placement (during car transects for example) using a standard CAT-5 network extension (male to female) cable.
When the GPS is plugged in, a "?" will appear to the right of the time on the bottom line of the display. This indicates that a GPS antenna is connected and recognized but not yet synchronized. When the GPS has acquired satellites and is time synchronized, the "?" will be replaced with a "$". If the display shows a "!”, an error has occurred communicating with the antenna. Check the connection and try again. The latitude and longitude will be displayed to the right of the time in decimal degrees format.
If the GPS has been used recently in the area, the position fix will take under a minute. If a significant amount of time has elapsed or the GPS has been shipped some distance, the GPS must download new tables. In this case the first position fix can take up to 40 minutes, but subsequent fixes should still occur in under a minute.
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We can deliver to anywhere in the world, but you may need to contact us for a quote.
If your order doesn’t qualify for free shipping then UK mainland delivery starts at £6.67 ex VAT, while Highlands and Islands delivery starts at £12.50. You can calculate shipping costs using the basket.
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