If you put your Raspberry Pi or Arduino in the wild, can you track its location? If you had this GPS module, you would!
This Grove - GPS module is a cost-efficient and field-programmable gadget armed with a SIM28 module and serial communication configuration. Similar to other Grove series sensors, it plugs directly into the Grove interface development board and provides a precise, sensitive, low power GPS module for position recognition anywhere in the world. It features 22 tracking / 66 acquisition channels GPS receiver. The sensitivity of tracking and acquisition both reach up to -160dBm, making it a great choice for personal navigation projects and location services, as well as An outstanding one among products of the same price class.
This GPS module can be used to locate your Raspberry Pi and Arduino. To realize its tracking function, some basic elements will be needed, here is a table to introduce them.
|Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi||Expansion Board for Raspberry 2/3B/3B+/4/Zero|
|Grove Pi+||Expansion Board for Raspberry model B/B+/A+/2/3|
|Base Shield V2||Expansion Board for Arduino Uno and Seeeduino|
|Grove Cables||Connect the sensor with the expansion board|
Input Voltage: 3.3/5V
BaudRate: 4800 - 57600( u-blox version)
BaudRate: 9600 - 115200
Default BaudRate: 9600
Supports NMEA and U-Blox 6 protocols.
Low power consumption
Baud rates configurable
Grove compatible interface
|Dimensions||40mm x20mm x13mm|
|Grove - GPS||1|
|Grove - Cable||1|
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Quick question about the resolution of this device. The datasheets have different resolutions listed: 5m CEP for the E-1612-UB and 2.5m for the SIM28. Currently I'm assuming 5m is the one to work off of, is that correct?Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:00
Hi there, the Grove-GPS v1.2 uses the SIM28 module. For sim28 module, it is 2.5m cep. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:00
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:53
Hi there, the antenna is included in the package. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:53
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:17
Hi Sorry, we do not have the fritzing library for the products. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:17