Pocket-sized GNSS receiver

By on 9 August, 2023

Designed for land survey, marine, agriculture, machine control and GIS operations and small enough to fit in a pocket, the ComNav Technology T20 GNSS receiver is only 48 mm thick with its battery and weighs just 680 grams.

With its SinoGNSS K8 platform and third-generation IMU, the T20 is able to adapt to complex environments and collect accurate data, the company says. Powered by a 10,000mA lithium battery, the unit can operate for 12 hours and can track all current and planned constellations, including GPS, BDS-2, BDS-3, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS.

The T20 can operate in static, PPK and RTK modes, is able to deal with up to 60° tilt with 2.5 cm accuracy, is IP67 rated and supports NFC and Bluetooth connections.

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