Crescent® Vector™ H200 Board
key features
Next Generation, High Performance GNSS Module
• Extremely accurate heading with short baselines
• L1 GPS/GLONASS RTK capable
• L-Band capable (LX-2 module required)
• Fast RTK acquisition and reacquisition times
• Excellent coasting performance
• 10 cm heave accuracy with RTK
• Strong multipath mitigation and interference rejection
The Crescent® Vector™ H200™ GNSS module is the next generation,
single frequency, high-performance GNSS heading, positioning, and
attitude module available on the market from Hemisphere GNSS.
The Vector H200 GNSS module provides integrators with an
opportunity for developing sophisticated marine, navigation, and
land applications in challenging, dynamic environments. The H200
module uses Hemisphere GNSS’ advancements in Vector technology;
advanced multipath mitigation techniques and Hemisphere GNSS’
patented Multifunction Application.
Vector H200 is capable of providing heading of 0.04° with a 5 meter
antenna baseline and either RTK1, L-Band1, or SBAS positioning
depending on your location requirements.
Integrate the robust Vector H200 module into your applications
to experience exceptional heading, positioning, and attitude
performance within a compact size. Diversity and cost savings makes
it an ideal part of your solution for system integrators.
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Requires additional components
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Crescent Vector H200 Board
GNSS Sensor Specifications
Receiver Type: Signals Received:
Channels: GNSS Sensitivity:
SBAS Tracking: Update Rate: GNSS L1 RTK
GPS, GLONASS, Galileo1
540
-142 dBm
2-channel, parallel tracking
Standard 10 Hz, optional 20 Hz (position and heading)
Positioning Accuracy
RMS (67%):
Autonomous:2
SBAS (WAAS): 2
L-band DGPS:
Code Differential GPS:
L-band L1/L2:
RTK:2,3 Heading Accuracy: 3
Pitch/Roll Accuracy:
Heave Accuracy:
Timing (1PPS)
Accuracy:
Rate of Turn:
Cold Start: Warm Start:
Hot Start:
Heading Fix:
Maximum Speed:
Maximum Altitude:
Horizontal
Vertical
1.2 m
2.5 m
0.3 m
0.6 m
0.3 m
0.6 m
0.3 m
0.6 m
0.15 m
0.3 m
10 mm + 1 ppm
20 mm + 2 ppm
0.30˚ rms @ 0.5 m antenna separation
0.15˚ rms @ 1.0 m antenna separation
0.08˚ rms @ 2.0 m antenna separation
0.04˚ rms @ 5.0 m antenna separation
< 1˚ rms
30 cm4
20 ns
145˚/s maximum
< 40 s typical (no almanac or RTC)
< 20 s typical (almanac and RTC)
< 5 s typical (almanac, RTC and position)
< 10 s typical (valid position)
1,850 kph (999 kts)
18,288 m (60,000 ft)
Communications
Serial Ports: USB Ports:
Baud Rates: Correction I/O
Data I/O Protocol:
Protocol:
4 full-duplex 3.3 V CMOS (3 main serial ports, 1 differential-only port) 1 USB Host, 1 USB Device
4800 - 115200
Timing Output:
Event Marker Input:
Heading Warning I/O:
1PPS, CMOS, active high, rising edge sync,
10 kΩ, 10 pF load
CMOS, active low, falling edge sync, 10 kΩ,
10 pF load
Pin 62
Power
Input Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Current Consumption:
3.3 VDC +/- 5%
< 2.1 W nominal GPS (L1) and GLONASS (L1)
< 0.63 A nominal GPS (L1) and GLONASS (L1)
Environmental
Operating Temperature:-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Storage Temperature: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Humidity:
95% non-condensing (when in an enclosure)
Shock and Vibration:
Mechanical Shock: EP455 Section 5.14.1
Operational (when mounted in an enclosure with screw mounting holes utilized)
Vibration: EP455 Section 5.15.1 Random
EMC:
CE (IEC 60945 Emissions and Immunity)
FCC Part 15, Subpart B CISPR 22
Mechanical
Dimensions:
Weight:
Status Indications
(LED):
Aiding Devices
Gyro:
Tilt Sensors:
10.9 L x 7.1 W x 0.5 H (cm)
4.3 L x 2.8 W x 0.2 H (in)
~ 50 g (~ 1.8 oz)
Power, master GPS lock, secondary GPS lock,
differential lock, DGPS position, and heading lock
Provides smooth and fast heading reacquisition. During loss of GNSS signals heading stability is degraded by < 1˚ per minute for up to 3 minutes.6
Provide pitch and roll data and assist in fast startup and reacquisition of heading solution.
NMEA 0183, Crescent binary5
RTCM SC-104, L-Dif™5, RTCM v2 (DGPS),
RTCM v3 (RTK), CMR (RTK), CMR+ (RTK)6
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2
Firmware update required
Depends on multipath environment, number of satellites in view, and satellite geometry
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Depends on multipath environment, antenna selection, number of satellites in view, satellite geometry, baseline length (for local services), and ionospheric activity
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Based on a 40 second time constant
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Hemisphere GNSS proprietary
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IMO standard
Authorized Distributor:
Hemisphere GNSS, Inc.
8515 E. Anderson Drive
Scottsdale, AZ, USA 85255
Toll-Free: +1-855-203-1770
Phone: +1-480-348-6380
Fax: +1-480-270-5070
Copyright Hemisphere GNSS, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change
without notice.
Hemisphere GNSS, Hemisphere GNSS logo, Athena, Atlas, Atlas logo, Eclipse, Eclipse
logo, COAST Vector, H321, and L-Dif are trademarks of Hemisphere GNSS.
Rev. 09/15
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