CUAV NEO 3 U-Blox M9N GPS Module Compass Support


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Features
NEO 3 uses a hardware design similar to NEO V2, and upgrades the GNSS navigation module to
the M9N module that supports the four mainstream satellite systems of Beidou, GPS,
Galileo and Glonass. The positioning accuracy has been significantly improved. It is a
high Cost-effective unmanned system positioning and navigation module. It integrates compass, barometer, flight controller status light, buzzer, and safety switch in one; it has the
characteristics of high sensitivity and strong anti-interference.
Product Details
Compass:IST8310
GNSS receiver:UBLOX NEO M9N
RGB drive:NC5623C
Buzzer:Passive buzzer
Safety switch:Physical button
GNSS:Beidou、Galileo、GLONASS、GPS
GNSS Augmentation System
-SBAS:WAAS,EGNOS,MSAS
-QZSS:L1s(SAIF)
-Other:RTCM3.3
Number of concurrent GNSS:4
Frequency band
-GPS:L1C/A
-GLONASS:L10F
-Beidou:B1I
-Galileo:E1B/C
Horizontal accuracy:2.0M
Speed accuracy:0.05M/S
Nav. update rate:25Hz(Max)
Acquisition
-Cold start:24S
-Hot start:2S
-Aided start: 2s
Number of satellites(MAX):32+
Sensitivity
-Tracking and nav-167dBm
-Cold start Hot star-148dBm
-Reacquisition -160dBm
Protocol:UART+IO+I2C
Port TYpe:GHR-10V-S
Supported flight controller:CUAV series,Pixahwk series
Wave filtering:SAW+LNA+SAW
Anti-Electromagnetic/radio frequency interference:EMI+RFI
Upgrade firmware:support
Support Flight control type:Ardupilot/PX4*(PX4 is still working hard to adapt to the clock)
Input voltage:5V
Operating temperature:-10~70℃
Size:60*60*16MM
Weight:33g

CUAV NEO 3 U-Blox M9N GPS Module for Pixhawk Compass Support Ardupilot PX4 Open Source UAV Navigation
CUAV NEO 3 U-Blox M9N GPS Module for Pixhawk Compass Support Ardupilot PX4 Open Source UAV Navigation
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 06 May, 2021.

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