SMART6™ Smart Antenna
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From single-frequency GLIDE® to dual-frequency Real Time Kinematic (RTK), the SMART6 positions you for success. The SMART6 integrates NovAtel's OEM6 receiver and Pinwheel® antenna technologies in a single, rugged housing. Software upgradable, the SMART6 eliminates the need for costly hardware replacement as requirements change, while delivering scalable accuracy and performance.
- 120 channels
- Multi-constellation tracking
- Rugged, integrated design
- Optional Bluetooth communications
- Optional tilt compensation
- Simulated radar ground speed output
- Proven NovAtel Pinwheel antenna technology inside
- Compatible with 12V and 24V vehicle power
- Dual-frequency tracking increases position reliability and mitigates ionospheric effects
- Centimetre-level accuracy using NovAtel CORRECT™ RTK positioning
- Increased position availability with GLONASS tracking
- Smooth, consistent positions for pass-to-pass applications with GLIDE technology
Number of Com Ports
|Single Point L1||1.5 m|
|Single Point L1/L2||1.2 m|
|NovAtel CORRECT™ RTK||1 cm + 1 ppm|
Multi-Constellation for Enhanced Positioning
Capable of tracking GPS+GLONASS L1 and L2, the SMART6 improves position availability in obstructed sky conditions. Dual-frequency tracking minimizes the impact of ionospheric disturbances, further enhancing field productivity. Optional Galileo E1 and BeiDou B1 tracking is available.
Smooth Pass-to-Pass Accuracy using GLIDE
SMART6 features NovAtel's GLIDE technology to provide ultra-smooth positioning and exceptional pass-to-pass accuracy. GLIDE's steady, smooth output is especially suited for manual guidance and auto-steer applications and will bridge through short periods of poor satellite availability. Dual-frequency GLIDE further improves the absolute accuracy of the GLIDE position and creates a robust solution, resistant to the effects of high ionospheric activity.
STEADYLINE® Smooth Positioning GNSS Firmware
NovAtel’s STEADYLINE technology reduces position jumps that can occur when a GNSS receiver changes positioning modes. This effect is especially evident when a receiver transitions from a high accuracy RTK position solution to a lower accuracy solution such as PPP, DGPS, SBAS+GLIDE or even autonomous GLIDE™. Smooth transitions are extremely important for precision agricultural steering applications where sudden jumps are disruptive.
Tilt Compensation for Increased Accuracy
With optional integrated tilt compensation, the SMART6 improves guidance and autosteer performance on uneven terrain.
Integrated Bluetooth® Connectivity
SMART6 is available with optional Bluetooth technology to provide wireless connectivity.
Multiple Interfaces for Maximum Flexibility
NMEA 0183 compatible RS-232 serial ports and a NMEA2000 compatible CAN port provide maximum flexibility. The SMART6 also provides simulated radar ground speed output, 1 PPS output, an event mark input and three daylight readable status LEDs. Built-in magnets simplify mounting and fixed mounting is also available.
|Dual Frequency SMART Antenna with optional tilt compensation and Bluetooth communication featuring OEM6 technology. Supports sub-metre (single point and GLIDE) and centimetre (RTK) level accuracies.|
|Enclosed With Antenna|
|Typical Power Consumption (W)||3.50|
Number of Com Ports
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