SPAN-MPPC Dual-Frequency GNSS/INS Processer Board Stack
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The SPAN-MPPC connects directly to our SPAN® OEMV-3 receiver board to create a powerful OEM GNSS/INS receiver board stack. With a SPAN supported Inertial Measurement Unit (IMUs) and a dual-frequency GNSS antenna, a continuous GNSS/INS navigation system is created that delivers highly accurate position, velocity and attitude. Raw measurement data or solution data is output over several communication protocols.
- 85 x 125 x 27 mm in board stack configuration
- Wheel sensor input for ground systems
- UART, USB, Ethernet and CAN Bus peripherals
- 50 Hz GNSS measurements
- Supports L-Band, API, RT-20® and RT-2™
- Increased processing capability for demanding GNSS/INS applications
- Small form factor ideal for size constrained applications
- Flexible communication interface broadens deployment options
- Supported by industry's highest level of customer service
Number of Com Ports
Tight coupling of the GNSS and IMU measurements provides more satellite observations and the most accurate, continuous solution possible. The SPAN-MPPC has many powerful features including GPS + GLONASS capability and NovAtel CORRECT™ with RTK centimetre level positioning performance. A dedicated CPU for real time GNSS/INS processing results in fast data rates and low raw data and solution latency for highly dynamic or time critical applications.
Enhanced Accuracy and Performance
Support for L-Band such as SBAS improves realtime performance and accuracy. For more demanding applications, our Inertial Explorer® post-processing software from our Waypoint® Product Group can be used to post-process SPAN-MPPC data to provide the highest level of accuracy.
|SPAN OEM board level system comprised of our OEMV-3 receiver board stacked on a SPAN platform board|
|Typical Power Consumption (W)||8.00|
Number of Com Ports
|UART (RS232 - RS422)||5|
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