V102 GPS Compass Series
General Navigation Heading and Positioning Smart Antenna
Experience superior navigation from the accurate heading and positioning performance available with the V102™ GPS
compass. The V102 uses SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) for differential GPS positioning allowing Hemisphere GPS
to provide a low cost and highly effective heading and position based smart antenna.
The rugged and low profile enclosure combines Hemisphere GPS’ Crescent® Vector™ II OEM technology and two
multipath-resistant antennas for accuracy, portability and simple installation. The smart antenna - measuring less
than half-meter length - mounts easily to a flat surface or pole. The stability and maintenance-free design of the V102
provides traditional GPS positioning and heading at a low cost.
Key V102 GPS Compass Series Advantages
• Provides heave, pitch and roll
• Excellent in-band and out-of-band interference rejection
• 0.75 degree heading accuracy in amazingly small form factor
• Extremely quick time-to-first-fix
• Submeter DGPS positioning accuracy
• Integrated gyro and tilt sensors deliver fast start-
up times and provide heading updates during temporary loss of GPS
• SBAS compatible (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) and optional external differential input
• COAST™ technology maintains differentially-
corrected positioning for 40 minutes after loss of differential signal
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V102 GPS Compass Series
GPS Sensor Specifications
Receiver Type: Channels: SBAS Tracking: Update Rate: Horizontal Accuracy:
Heading Accuracy:
Pitch/Roll Accuracy:
Heave Accuracy:
Rate of Turn:
Compass Safe
Cold Start: Warm Start:
Hot Start:
Heading Fix:
Maximum Speed:
Maximum Altitude:
Operating Temperature: Storage Temperature: Humidity: Shock and Vibration:
EMC: L1, C/A code, with carrier
phase smoothing
Two 12-channel, parallel tracking
(Two 10-channel when tracking SBAS)
2-channel, parallel tracking
10 Hz standard, 20 Hz optional (position and heading)
< 0.6 m 95% confidence (DGPS1)
< 2.5 m 95% confidence
(autonomous, no SA2)
< 0.75˚ rms
< 1.5˚ rms
30 cm 5
90˚/s maximum
30 cm 4
< 60 s (no almanac or RTC)
< 20 s typical (almanac and RTC)
< 1 s typical (almanac, RTC and position)
< 10 s typical (valid position)
1,850 kph (999 kts)
18,288 m (60,0000 ft)
2 full-duplex RS-232
4800 - 115200
NMEA 0183, Crescent binary3, CAN
Authorized Distributor:
4110 - 9th Street S.E.
Calgary, AB T2G 3C4
Input Voltage: Power Consumption: Current Consumption: Power Isolation:
Reverse Polarity Protection:
6 to 36 VDC
3 W nominal
250 mA @ 12 VDC
Isolated to enclosure
Dimensions: Weight: Power/Data Connector:
41.7 L x 15.8 W x 6.9 H cm
(16.4” L x 6.2” W x 2.7” H)
1.5 kg (3.3 lb)
12-pin, Female, IP67
Aiding Devices
Serial Ports: Baud Rates: Correction I/O
Data I/O Protocol: -30°C to + 70°C (-22°F to + 158°F)
-40°C to + 85°C (-40°F to + 185°F)
100% non-condensing
IEC 60945
FCC Part 15, Subpart B, CISPR22, CE
Gyro: Tilt Sensors: Provides smooth heading, fast heading reacquisition and reliable < 1° heading for periods up to 3 minutes when loss of GPS
has occurred
Assists in fast start-up of heading
1 Depends on multipath environment, number of satellites in view, satellite geometry, ionospheric activity and use of SBAS
2 Depends on multipath environment, number of satellites in view, satellite geometry and ionospheric activity
3 Hemisphere GPS proprietary
4 IEC 60945 Standard
5 Based on a 40 second time constant
Phone: 403.259.3311
Fax: 403.259.8866
Copyright © 2011 Hemisphere GPS. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Hemisphere GPS, Hemisphere GPS logo, Crescent, Crescent logo, Crescent Vector, V102, and COAST are trademarks of
Hemisphere GPS. Rev. 2/11.
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