CHC Navigation launches P2 GNSS sensor series

April 11, 2019  - By

Designed for demanding positioning and heading applications

The P2 Elite GNSS sensor. (Photo: CHC Navigation)

The P2 Elite GNSS sensor. (Photo: CHC Navigation)

CHC Navigation has released the P2 GNSS sensor series, which the company says provides high-accuracy positioning and heading in a compact, rugged enclosure.

The P2 GNSS sensor series is suitable for a wide variety of applications such as reference station, marine systems, unmanned navigation, industrial automation, robotics and machine control.

Integration. The P2 GNSS series is designed to significantly reduce system integration efforts by combining numerous connectivity interfaces including RS232, low-latency PPS output, Ethernet, CAN bus protocol and a comprehensive web interface for configuration set-up.

The series integrates the latest GNSS technology in an extremely rugged IP67 and lightweight enclosure. It delivers reliable, uninterrupted, high-accuracy, real-time positioning and heading measurements.

Scalable with 3 models. The P2 GNSS series is available in three different models to match various application requirements.

  • The P2 GNSS sensor offers cost-effective and powerful real-time kinematic (RTK) positioning.
  • The P2 Pro GNSS adds a dual-antenna input for precise heading data.
  • The P2 Elite integrates additional 4G and UHF modems to provide a powerful, all-in-one, GNSS sensor.

“The P2 GNSS sensor series is leveraging our expertise in providing high-performance and reliable GNSS solutions,” said George Zhao, CEO of CHC Navigation. “Back-up by CHCNAV’s professional integration support, the P2 GNSS sensor series offers exceptional feature set to system integrators and machine manufacturer partners.”

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