SPAN® on OEM615

SPAN® on OEM615 Dual-Frequency GNSS/INS Receiver

The SPAN on OEM615 is our smallest dual-frequency GNSS/INS receiver board. Multi-constellation signal tracking and low power consumption makes the SPAN on OEM615 the ideal solution for size and power constrained applications.

Features

  • L1/L2/L2C GPS + L1/L2 GLONASS signal tracking
  • RT-2®, ALIGN®, and API firmware options
  • GPS + GLONASS (Galileo and BeiDou ready)
  • Form factor and “pin-to-pin” backward compatible with our legacy OEMV-1 series

Benefits

  • Small and light weight ideal for UAV, UGV and other size constrained applications
  • Multi-constellation tracking provides higher solution availability and reliability
  • Low power consumption extends operation time
  • Supported by industry's highest level of customer service

Attributes

System Type

Board
GNSS/INS Enabled

General Info

Length (mm)
71.00
Width/Diameter (mm)
46.00
Height (mm)
11.00
Weight (g)
24.00
Typical Power Consumption (W)
1.00

Constellation

GPS
GLONASS

Tracking

Max Num of Frequency
Dual
SBAS
QZSS

Number of Com Ports

CAN Bus
2
LVTTL
3
USB Device
1

Performance

Accuracy (RMS)
Single Point L1 1.5m
Single Point L1/L2 1.2m
SBAS 0.6m
DGPS 0.4m
NovAtel CORRECT™
RT-2® 1 cm + 1 ppm

Reliable Performance

Configurable as GPS or GPS + GLONASS. Adding GLONASS tracking increases available positions in obstructed sky conditions, increasing field productivity. Support of L2C provides stronger signal tracking and better cross correlation protection for better solution availability in low signal strength applications.

Designed for Flexibility

Modular firmware provides flexibility to configure the SPAN on OEM615 for unique application needs. Scalable to offer sub-metre to centimetre level positioning and is field upgradable to most OEM6 family software options. Options include:

Customization with Application Programming Interface (API)

Using a recommended compiler with the API library, an application can be developed in a standard C/C++ environment to run directly on the receiver platform, eliminating system hardware, reducing development time and resulting in faster time to market.

Variants

SPAN® on OEM615
Our smallest form factor, GPS + GLONASS, dual-frequency GNSS/INS receiver board
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System Type

Board
 
GNSS/INS Enabled
 

General Info

Length (mm)71.00
Width/Diameter (mm)46.00
Height (mm)11.00
Weight (g)24.00
Typical Power Consumption (W)1.00

Constellation

GPS
 
GLONASS
 

Tracking

SBAS
 
QZSS
 

Number of Com Ports

CAN Bus2
LVTTL3
USB Device1

Supporting Products

Other product categories which are required with this product to create a complete system.

Vexxis Series
Antennas

GNSS receiver performance is dependent on your choice of antenna. We offer high performance, compact, low cost and ground reference station antennas. Our anti-jam antenna is available for military or homeland security applications

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SPAN IMUs

IMUs from leading manufacturers. Range of performance levels available

Alternate Products

Other similar products which could be used instead of the product, depending on application.

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SPAN on FlexPak6

Small, lightweight housing for our SPAN on OEM628 GNSS receiver. Includes Ethernet and CAN Bus connectivity and features a wide input voltage range

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SPAN® on OEM628

Dual-frequency plus L-Band GNSS/INS receiver board supports GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and Compass. Features our OEMV-2 form factor

Accessories

Accessories can be purchased to support your product development efforts or assist in product integration.

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OEM Development Kit

The OEM Development Kit allows quick and easy evaluation of all features of the OEM6, OEMV and OEMStar GNSS cards

Optional Products

Optional products can be added to a system to add or enhance functionality.

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MEMS Interface Card (MIC)

NovAtel's MIC is the interface between our SPAN® supporting GNSS receivers and our Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors.

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Inertial Explorer®

Expands on the powerful features of GrafNav by adding support for loosely coupled and tightly coupled GNSS/INS processing