Geneq Inc. Announces New Multi-Constellation GNSS Receiver

22 August 2018

Geneq Inc. announced the F90, a multi-constellation GNSS receiver with very high level of technology integration. The new product will fulfil the current surveyor’s demands in terms of performance, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.

The F90 tracks multi-constellations (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou) and can maximize the acquisition and tracking process with all-in-view GNSS satellite frequencies. Providing maximum performance for accuracy and real-time measurements, the F90 also supports RTK correction service, including RTX service that can get centimetre accuracy without a base station.

The F90 has an excellent combination of GNSS, 4G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antenna. With highly integrated Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 4G network modules, and without affecting accuracy and efficiency, the GNSS Receiver F90 is made light and small. With its magnesium alloy casing, the F90 weighs only 1 kg and measures 140mm x 157mm x 76mm. Mobile field workers will find in this feature an ally to their surveying productivity.

With its integrated high-sensitive E-bubble and brand-new tilt survey algorithm, the F90 becomes a calibration-free GNSS receiver.  Immune to magnetic disturbance and free from limitation of tilt angles, the F90 can be used to measure inaccessible points.

Equipped with an internal radio, enabling frequency band change from 410 to 470 MHz, F90 can be used with different radio communication protocols. Another feature is its integrated second generation WEB UI control full compatible with all devices and all browsers.

The user will benefit of the two smart hot swappable Lithium batteries (same battery used with SXPad 1000P data collector) that can allow an uninterrupted field work up to 10 hours.

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