R330 Receiver - Hemisphere GNSS

R330 Receiver
User Guide
Part No. 875-0339-0
Rev A2
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(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction ...................................................................................1
What’s In This Guide? ...................................................................................... 2
Product Overview ............................................................................................ 2
Key Features .................................................................................................... 3
What’s Included in Your Kit.............................................................................. 3
Using PocketMax to Communicate with the R330 ........................................... 4
Chapter 2
Installing the R330 ..........................................................................5
Mounting the Receiver .................................................................................... 6
Mounting the Antenna .................................................................................... 8
Magnetic Mount ..................................................................................... 8
Pole Mount ............................................................................................. 8
Surface Mount ........................................................................................ 9
Routing and Connecting the Cables ................................................................. 9
Connecting the Receiver to External Devices ................................................. 10
Default Parameters........................................................................................ 11
Chapter 3
Operating the R330 ...................................................................... 13
Powering the Receiver On/Off ....................................................................... 14
Status LED Indicators ..................................................................................... 15
Startup ........................................................................................................... 16
Menu System Overview ................................................................................. 17
Menu Display ........................................................................................ 17
Navigating the Menus ........................................................................... 17
Menu and Menu Item Selection in This User Guide .............................. 18
Configuring the R330 ..................................................................................... 19
Config Wizard Menu ............................................................................. 19
Using the Config Wizard........................................................................ 20
USB Data Logging ........................................................................................... 21
Selecting the Data File Type and Log Options ....................................... 22
Logging Data to a File ............................................................................ 23
Data Post-Processing ............................................................................ 24
Chapter 4
RTK............................................................................................... 25
Installing the Base Station.............................................................................. 26
Installing the Rover Radio .............................................................................. 26
Using the R330 as a Base Station or Rover..................................................... 27
Setting Up the R330 as a Base Station .................................................. 27
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Setting Up the R330 as a Rover ............................................................. 28
Connecting the R330 to a Base/Rover Radio ......................................... 29
Contents
RTK Operation ............................................................................................... 29
Appendix A
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................31
Appendix B
Menu Map ..................................................................................33
GNSS Menu .................................................................................................... 35
Differential Menu ..........................................................................................36
Base Station Menu ......................................................................................... 39
Config Wizard Menu ...................................................................................... 39
System Setup Menu .......................................................................................40
Data Logging Menu ........................................................................................ 41
Appendix C
Technical Specifications ...............................................................43
Index ........................................................................................................................ 47
End User License Agreement .....................................................................................49
Warranty Notice ........................................................................................................52
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Chapter 1: Introduction
What’s In This Guide?
Product Overview
Key Features
What’s Included in Your Kit
Using PocketMax to Communicate with the R330
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Chapter 1: Introduction
What’s In This Guide?
This user guide provides the following information to get you up and running quickly with your
R330™ GNSS receiver.
•
This chapter briefly describes the R330 and the parts in your R330 kit.
•
Chapter 2, “Installing the R330” describes how to mount the receiver and antenna,
connect the cables, connect the receiver to external devices, and configure the
receiver.
•
Chapter 3, “Operating the R330” provides instructions on powering the receiver
and using the LED indicators and menu system.
•
Appendix A, “Troubleshooting” provides possible solutions for issues.
•
Appendix B, “Menu Map” provides a full map of all system menus.
•
Appendix C, “Technical Specifications” lists the technical specifications of the R330.
Note: Throughout the rest of this user guide the R330 GNSS receiver is referred to simply as the
R330.
Product Overview
The R330 is a multi-GNSS RTK, high accuracy GNSS
receiver that allows you to complete your work quickly
and accurately. Built on Hemisphere GNSS’ Eclipse™
platform, R330 boasts the latest GNSS patented
technology and offers extremely quick startup and
reacquisition times.
The standard model R330 tracks L1 GPS and L1
GLONASS and via subscriptions can track L1/L2 GPS,
SBAS, beacon, and L-band DGNSS/HP/XP DGPS and high
precision signals. R330 supports raw data logging to a
removable USB flash drive for post processing.
You can upgrade your R330 by adding RTK6 base
station functionality or RTK rover performance, as well
as GLONASS tracking for a cost effective, multi-GNSS
solution compatible with other GNSS products.
RTK performance is scalable on the R330. Utilize the
same centimeter-level accuracy with
L1/L2 GPS, or improve performance and reliability with L1/L2 GNSS signals. Hemisphere’s exclusive
SureTrack® technology gives peace of mind knowing the RTK rover is making use of every satellite it
is tracking, even satellites not tracked at the base. Benefit from fewer RTK dropouts in congested
environments, faster reacquisitions and more robust solutions due to better cycle slip detection.
SureTrack also removes concerns with using various manufacturers GNSS base. Even if the GNSS
base delivers L1/L2 GPS, SureTrack with GLONASS at the rover will deliver RTK performance where
others cannot.
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Chapter 1: Introduction
The R330 receiver, with its display and user interface, can be conveniently installed near the
operator, while the included antenna can be installed elsewhere.
R330 also features Hemisphere GNSS’ exclusive COAST™ technology that enables Hemisphere GNSS
receivers to utilize aging differential GNSS correction data for 40 minutes or more without
significantly affecting positioning quality. R330 is less likely to be affected by differential signal
outages due to signal blockages, weak signals, or interference when using COAST.
Key Features
Key features of the R330 include:
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High-precision positioning in RTK, L1/L2, SBAS, beacon, and L-band
•
SureTrack technology improves RTK performance, especially withoptional GLONASS
tracking
•
Long-range RTK baselines of up to 50 km
•
COAST technology maintains accurate solutions for 40 minutes or more after loss of DGPS
or SBAS signal
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Uses standard USB flash drive for data logging
•
Status LEDs and menu system make R330 easy to monitor and configure
•
Integrated L-band DGNSS/HP/XP tracking powers down when not in use
•
SBAS satellite ranging technology increases the number of satellites in view for greater
RTK reliability
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Fast update rate of up to 20 Hz providing the best guidance and machine control
What’s Included in Your Kit
Table 1-1 lists the parts included in your R330 kit. Review the parts shipped with your kit: if any parts
are damaged, contact your freight carrier. If any parts are missing, contact your dealer.
Note: The R330 requires an antenna; the antenna, antenna cable, and any related antenna
mounting hardware are purchased separately.
Table 1-1: Parts list
Item
Description
Qty
Part Number
A
R330 GNSS receiver
1
803-0065-000#
B
Receiver mounting kit
(two brackets and related hardware)
1
710-0056-000#
C
Power cable, circular, 3 m
1
054-0146-000#
D
Data cable, DB-9 female to DB-9 male, 3 m
1
050-0011-022#
E
Data cable, USB (A) to USB (A), 3 m
1
051-0192-000#
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Using PocketMax to Communicate with the R330
Hemisphere’s PocketMax is a free utility program that runs on your Windows PC or Windows
mobile device. Simply connect your Windows device to the R330 via the COM port and open
PocketMax. The screens within PocketMax allow you to easily interface with the R330 to:
•
Select the internal SBAS, beacon, L-band, or RTCM correction source and monitor
reception
•
Configure GNSS message output and port settings
•
Record various types of data
•
Monitor the R330’s status and function
PocketMax is available for download from the Hemisphere GNSS website
(www.hemisphereGNSS.com).
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Mounting the Receiver
Mounting the Antenna
Routing and Connecting the Cables
Connecting the Receiver to External Devices
Default Parameters
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Chapter 2: Installing the R330
This chapter describes how to mount the receiver and antenna, connect the cables and external
devices, configure the receiver, and provides default settings and environmental considerations.
Mounting the Receiver
Note: Although you are not required to mount the receiver, you may want to do so to prevent
damage to the receiver and any cables connected to the receiver.
When mounting the receiver, adhere to the following guidelines:
•
Install the receiver inside and away from the elements and in a location that minimizes
vibration, shock, extreme temperatures, and moisture
•
Ensure the front panel (menu screen, LEDs, and buttons) is visible and accessible
•
Ensure the top panel (ports/connectors) is easily accessible to connect/ switch out
cables and turn power on and off
•
Although the R330 is splash-proof in case of accidental exposure, it is designed for
indoor use (see Table C-7 on page 45 for R330 environmental specifications)
Note: There is an option within the menu to switch (flip 180°) the direction of the display. If it is
easier to mount the unit upside down, you can mount it this way and still operate the display.
Figure 2-1 illustrates the typical mounting orientation of the R330.
Figure 2-1: Receiver mounting orientation
Figure 2-2 shows the dimensions (including attached mounting brackets) of the R330. Use Figure 2-2
when using the receiver mounting procedure that follows and see Figure 2-3 on page 10 for
ports/connections.
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4 x 5.2 mm
(0.20 in)
159.6 mm
(6.28 in)
114.3 mm
(4.50 in)
141.6 mm
(5.57 in)
119.4 mm
(4.70 in)
46.4 mm
(1.83 in)
41.1 mm
(1.62 in)
114.3 mm
(4.50 in)
6.8 mm
(0.27 in)
152.4 mm
9.3 mm
134.6 mm
(5.30 in)
159.6 mm
Figure 2-2: R330 dimensions (with mounting brackets)
To mount the receiver:
1.
Locate the thumbscrews, nuts, and brackets included in your kit.
2.
Slide the nuts through the
opening (circled at right)
along both sides of the
receiver.
3.
Place the bracket alongside
the receiver and insert the
thumbscrews (two
thumbscrews per bracket) so
they screw into the nuts.
4.
Using the remaining holes in
the brackets (two holes per
bracket) screw down the
brackets in your preferred
location.
Note: Hemisphere GPS
does not provide the
screws in this step.
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receiver in your preferred location
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Mounting the Antenna
Note: The antenna, antenna cable, and any related antenna mounting hardware are purchased
separately.
Proper antenna placement is critical to positioning accuracy. When mounting the antenna, adhere to
the following:
•
Make sure the antenna has a clear view of the sky (an obstructed view of the sky may
impair system performance)
•
Mount the antenna on, or as close to, the measurement center point (the GPS
engine inside the receiver computes a position based on measurements from each
satellite to the phase center of theantenna)
•
Position the antenna as high as possible
•
Antenna is designed for outdoor use (see Table C-7 on page 45 for R330
environmental specifications)
You can mount the antenna as follows:
•
Magnetic mount
•
Pole mount
•
Surface mount
Magnetic Mount
The magnetic mount can be screwed into the bottom of the antenna and mounted to metal
surfaces. The magnetic mount includes a metal disc and foam adhesive that allow you to bond the
metal disc to the desired mounting location if there are no metal surfaces. You then place the
magnetic mount on the metal disc.
To attach the antenna using the magnetic mount:
1.
Clean and dry the surface where you will attach the metal disc.
2.
Remove the backing from one side of the foam adhesive and press the adhesive
onto the mounting surface.
3.
Remove the backing from the other side of the foam adhesive and press the metal disc
onto the mounting surface, applying firm pressure to ensure good adhesion.
4.
Place the magnetic mount (with antenna attached) on top of the metal disc.
Pole Mount
The center thread of the antenna is 5/8” for compatibility with a survey pole (not included). Simply
thread the pole into the antenna.
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Surface Mount
As an alternative to the magnetic mount, you can attach the antenna directly to the mounting
surface with four machine screws (no. 8-32).
To attach the antenna directly to the mounting surface:
1.
Photocopy the bottom of the antenna and use it as a template to plan the mounting
hole locations.
Make sure the photocopy is scaled one to one with the
mounting holes on the bottom of the antenna.
2.
Mark the mounting hole centers, as necessary, on the mounting surface.
3.
Place the antenna over the marks to ensure the planned hole centers align with the
true hole centers (adjusting as necessary).
4.
Use a center punch to mark the hole centers.
5.
Drill the mounting holes with a 3/16” bit appropriate for the surface.
6.
Place the antenna over the mounting holes and insert the mounting screws through the
bottom of the mounting surface and into the antenna.
When installing the antenna, hand tighten only. Damage resulting from
overtightening the antenna is not covered by the warranty.
Routing and Connecting the Cables
Adhere to the following when routing and connecting cables:
•
Power cable must reach an appropriate powersource
•
Antenna cable must reach from the antenna to the receiver
•
Data cable may connect to a data storage device, computer, or other device that
accepts GPS data
•
Do not run cables in areas of excessive heat
•
Do not expose cables to corrosive chemicals
•
Do not crimp or excessively bend cables
•
Do not place tension on cables
•
Coil up excess cable near unit
•
Secure along the cable route using plastic tie wraps as necessary
•
Do not run cables near high Voltage or strong RF noise and transmitter sources
Improperly installed cables near machinery can be dangerous.
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Connecting the Receiver to External Devices
Communication between the R330 and external devices occurs through two serial ports and two
USB ports, as shown in Figure 2-3. You can configure the ports for a combination of NMEA 0183,
binary, and/or RTCM SC-104 data.
Serial ports
USB port (Port U) functions as a
serial port to connect to
external devices
USB port (Port T) is used for
logging data to a USB flash
drive
Figure 2-3: R330 serial and USB ports
The serial ports and USB ports function independently. If you connect external devices to Port A, Port
B, and/or the top USB port (Port T), you can transmit and receive data between the R330 and the
devices.
•
The top USB port (Port U) is designed to be connected to a host device such as a PC. When
you connect a PC to the R330 the PC should recognize it as a serial device and a new COM
will appear as a valid connection on the PC. Set the communication software to use this
new port to access the R330.
•
The bottom USB port (Port T) is used for data logging to a USB flash drive (see “Data
Logging Menu” on page 49).
Note: If you connect the supplied USB cable to Port T or connect a USB flash drive to
Port U, the USB functionality will not work as the USB ports are not interchangeable.
•
The serial ports operate at the RS-232 interface level to communicate with external
data loggers, navigation systems, and other devices. Either serial port can also be used
for firmware updates. Figure 2-4 illustrates the numbering for the female DB9 port (the
numbering for each male connector is a mirror reflection of Figure 2-4) and Table 2-1
provides the pin configuration for the serial ports.
Note: For successful communication you must set the baud rate of the R330’s serial
ports to match that of the connected devices.
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Table 2-1: Port A/Port B pinout descriptions
Figure 2-4: Port A/Port B pinout
Pin
Port A Description
Port B Description
1
Not connected
Not connected
2
Transmit data Port A
Transmit data Port B
3
Receive data Port A
Receive data Port B
4
Not connected
Not connected
5
Signal ground
Signal ground
6
Not connected
Event marker
7
Not connected
Not connected
8
Not connected
Not connected
9
5V output, 350 mA max
1 PPS
Default Parameters
The following represents the standard configuration for the R330. For more information on these
commands refer to the Hemisphere GNSS Technical Reference (go to www.hgnss.com and click the
GPS Reference icon).
Note: Use the $JSAVE command to save changes you make to the R330 configuration for the
changes to be present in subsequent power cycles. To reset the R330 to its default parameters you
can re-install the configuration file (shown below)—contact your dealer or Hemisphere GPS
Technical Support for information on obtaining and re-installing the configuration file.
JOFF
$JOFF,PORTA
$JOFF,OTHER
$JBAUD,19200,OTHER
$JBAUD,19200
$JSAVE
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Chapter 3: Operating the R330
Powering the Receiver On/Off
Status LED Indicators
Startup
Menu System Overview
Configuring the R330 USB
Data Logging
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Chapter 3: Operating the R330
The R330 is designed for easy operation with LED indicators and a straightforward menu system. This
chapter discusses how to:
•
Power the receiver on/off
•
View/interpret LED indicators
•
Use the built-in menu system
•
Set the differential source
•
Log data
Powering the Receiver On/Off
The R330 has a hard power switch located on the top panel.
Figure 3-1: R330 power switch
The R330 accepts an input voltage of 8 to 36 VDC via the power cable. The supplied power should be
continuous and clean for best performance. Table C-6 on page 45 provides the power specifications
of the R330.
Do not apply a voltage higher than 36 VDC. This will damage the receiver and void
the warranty. Also, do not attempt to operate the R330 with the fuse bypassed as this will void the
warranty.
The R330 features reverse polarity protection to prevent damage if the power leads are
accidentally reversed. Although the R330 proceeds through an internal startup sequence when
you apply power, it will be ready to communicate immediately.
Initial startup may take 5 to 15 minutes depending on the location. Subsequent startups will output
a valid position within 1 to 5 minutes depending on the location and time since the last startup.
The R330 may take up to 5 minutes to receive a full ionospheric map from SBAS. Optimum accuracy
is obtained once the R330 is processing corrected positions using complete ionospheric information.
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To power on the R330:
1.
Connect the ends of the R330 power cable to a clean power source providing 8 to 36 VDC.
Note: Hemisphere GPS recommends you use a weather-tight connection and connector
if the connection is located outside.
2.
Press the Power button on the top panel.
To power off the R330:
•
Press the Power button on the top panel.
Status LED Indicators
The R330 uses LEDs to indicate power, GPS lock, and DGPS position. Table 3-1 describes each LED
indicator.
Table 3-1: LED indicators
LED
Function
LED Color
Description
Power
Red
Illuminates solid red when the receiver is
powered on.
GPS
Yellow
Illuminates solid yellow when the receiver
achieves a solid GPS lock.
DGPS
Green
Illuminates solid green when the receiver achieves a
differential position and a pseudorange residual of
better than 10.0 m.
If the residual value is worse than the current
threshold, the LED blinks green indicating differential
mode has been attained but the residual has not met
the threshold.
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Startup
When you power on the R330 the Hemisphere GNSS splash
screen appears followed by the main screen, or Top menu
(see at top right). Press the Down Arrow button to display
the remaining items on the Top menu (see at bottom
right).
GNSS
You use the menus to view and configure system
data and settings for the following Top menu items:
•
•
GNSS
Differential (menu item will be the
selected differential source, such as SBAS or
Autonomous)
•
Config Wizard
•
System Setup
•
Data Logging
22:25:53
Config Wizard
System Setup
Data Logging
For a complete menu path of each Top menu item, see
Appendix B, “Menu Map.”
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Menu System Overview
The R330 menu system is designed for easy setup and configuration of the unit in or out of the field
and supports multiple languages. You can perform most configuration tasks entirely through the
menu without having to connect to a PC or PDA.
Menu Display
Channel bars
Figure 3-2: R330 menu
The bars along the top left of the display offer a visual representation of each channel's tracking
status (one bar section for each channel). Depending on what signals you're tracking, the bars
represent something different, where:
•
If you're tracking L1 GPS only, each bar represents L1 GPS.
•
If you're tracking L1/L2 GPS, each bar is two separate bars (starting from the left, first
bar for L1 GPS, second bar for L2 GPS)
•
If you're tracking L1/L2 GPS and GLONASS, each bar is four separate bars (starting
from the left, first bar for L1 GPS, second bar for L2 GPS, third bar for L1 GLONASS,
fourth bar for L2 GLONASS)
Navigating the Menus
The R330 front panel contains the threesoft
buttons shown at right: Up Arrow, Enter, and
Down Arrow.
Up Arrow button - moves to the
previous menu item or to the
previous selection within a menu
item
Enter button - displays a submenu or
selects an option within a menu item
Down Arrow button - moves to
the next menu item or to the next
selection within a menu item
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Table 3-2 describes the indicators to the right of specific menu items.
Table 3-2: Menu item indicators
Indicator
Display
indicator
Purpose
Example
Goes to the indicated
submenu.
1.
On the Top menu press the Down Arrow
button to highlight System Setup. The Display
indicator appears to the right of System
Setup.
This indicator also appears to
the right of the “Back” and
“Top Menu” menu items.
2.
Press Enter to display the System Setup menu.
•
Press Enter when “Back”
is selected to return to
the previous menu.
3.
•
Press Enter when “Top
Menu” is selected to
return to the Top menu.
Press the Down Arrow button again to
highlight the Display Format option and then
press Enter. The items on the Display Format
menu appear and the Select indicator appears
to the right of Disp Update (the first item on
the Display Format menu).
4.
Press Enter on the Disp Update item. The
Display indicator changes to the Select
indicator.
Scrolls within a menu to highlight
5.
an option to select.
6.
Select
indicator
Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow button
to scroll through the available options (such
as 1Hz and 5Hz).
Press Enter on the highlighted option to select
it. That option is now the setting for the menu
item and the Select indicator changes back to
the Display indicator.
To return the menu system to the factory default configuration:
•
Press and hold the Enter and Up Arrow buttons and then power up the receiver
until the splash screendisappears.
Menu and Menu Item Selection in This User Guide
For many instructions in this User Guide the following example illustrates the nomenclature used for
making navigating the menus:
“On the Main menu select Data Logging > Config” is the equivalent to saying “On the Main menu
select Data Logging and press Enter. Then select Config and press Enter.”
When making selections for a menu item, such as selecting Yes or No for Auto-Name (Data Logging
> Config menu), the instructions will indicate to select the menu item and press Enter to allow you
to then select an option for that menu item and then press Enter again to select that option.
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Configuring the R330
The Config Wizard menu guides you through various configuration options, enabling you to save up
to five different configurations that are useful when using the R330 on different vessels or for
different applications.
If you use a Windows PC or Windows mobile device, you can use Hemisphere GPS’ VectorPC software
to configure the R330. See “Using PocketMax to Communicate with the R330” on page 4 for more
information.
Config Wizard Menu
This section describes the basic Config Wizard options you need to set to get up and running. Figure
3-3 outlines the menu structure of the Config Wizard menu.
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Figure 3-3: Config Wizard menu
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Using the Config Wizard
The basic setup instructions outlined in this section assume the antennas are:
•
Installed parallel to, and along the centerline of, the vessel’s axis
•
Separated by 1.0 m
If this is not the case, you will need to enter the actual antenna separation and bias in the Config
Wizard.
1.
Select Config Wizard > Proceed Wizard. The Proceed Wizardmenu appears.
2.
Select Create New to create a new configuration. You
are prompted to enter a name for your configuration. In
addition to the Name you can set the options shown at
right (also shown in Figure 3-3 on the previous page).
Note: For help on using the menus to view and setting values
see “Startup” on page 16.
3.
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a.
Use the arrow buttons to select a character and
then press the Enter button to savethe character.
The cursor moves to theright.
b.
Repeat step a for each additional character in the name.
c.
Scroll through the list of characters until you reach “↵” and press the Enter
button to accept the name. You are returned to the previous menu and the
name you entered appears next to “Enter Name.”
If you are editing an existing name, for characters you want to replace simply select a
different character. If the new name is shorter and you need to delete unneeded
characters to the right:
4.
a.
After you change the final character in the new name press the Enter
button repeatedly until the last character is highlighted.
b.
Scroll through the list of characters until you reach ” and press the
Enter button to delete the character. The cursor moves to the left.
c.
Repeat step b for each additional rightmost character you want to delete.
d.
Scroll through the list of characters until you reach “↵” and press the Enter
button to accept the name. You are returned to the previous menu and the
name you entered appears next to “Enter Name.”
Set a DGPS source: From the same menu, select DIFF. The optionsare: SBAS
(default)
Beacon
Autonomous eDif
L-band
RTK
Extern RTCM (External RTCM)
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5.
Change the type of GPS data message sent to the data ports: Select either
Data Port A or Data Port B from the menu list.
6.
Set the elevation cutoff angle: Select Elev Mask and set the angle between 0° and 45°.
The default value is 5°.
7.
Set the maximum DGPS age: The maximum DGPS age is 2700 seconds (45 minutes) by
default.
8.
Configure baud rates: If the default baud rate on the selected port does not match that
of the external device you are connecting to, you will need to configure the Baud Rate,
using the Port A or Port Bentries.
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, and 115200 are the available baud rates.
9.
Save your configuration: To save your new configuration, select the Save to Location
field. You will be prompted for a location to save your configuration.
Select one of the empty slots, noted by the name Not Used or select a slot with an existing
configuration to overwrite it.
After your configuration is saved, you must select it from the Config Wizard in order to
activate it. You may then continue to enter different receiver configurations without
upsetting the current operation of the receiver. Re- enter the Config Wizard and select
the configuration to use.
USB Data Logging
When you insert a USB flash drive into the R330, the Data Logging menu indicates you can start
recording (logging data) and displays the free space on the flash drive (see Figure 3-4). When you
start logging data the “Start Recording” indicator changes to “End <filename>.”
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Stop data logging before removing the USB flash drive from the R330. Failure to do
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Selecting the Data File Type and Log Options
You can log the following data types to a USB flash drive:
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RAW - binary, NMEA, and other data options (see Table3-3)
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KML - Google Earth KML format with latitude, longitude and height
•
CSV - comma-separated value (CSV) format with time, latitude, longitude, and height
•
PostPro - R330 automatically turns on the appropriate messages for post processing
•
debug - R330 logs high speed data for troubleshooting purposes (contact
Hemisphere GNSS Technical Support for more information)
Table 3-3: RAW data log options
Format
Description
Raw (binary)
For raw (binary) data logging, you may also want the receiver configuration to be
inserted into the file. If you select this option the file will start with the receiver
configuration comprised of the replies to the
$JI, $JK, $JT, and $JSHOW queries.
NMEA
National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA 0183) - industry standard data
transmission format
CMR
Proprietary data correction format
DFX
Hemisphere -proprietary data correction format
ROX
Hemisphere GNSS-proprietary data correction format
RTCM
Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services - industry standard data
correction format
To select a data logging type:
1.
Select Data Logging > Config > FileType.
2.
Press the Up/Down Arrow buttons until your preferred data type appears then press
Enter.
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When logging using the RAW data type (File Type > RAW as shown in Figure 3-5) you can select which
data to log and at what rate by selecting Data Logs and then making the desired selections on the
Data Logs menu.
Figure 3-5: Data Logging > Config > Data Logs menu
Note: Logged data options are limited by your receiver subscriptions (certain options may not
appear on the Data Logs menu without a specific subscription). For example, GNGNS, GNGSA,
GLGSV, Bin62, Bin65, Bin66, and Bin69 only appear on the Data Logs menu if you are authorized
to receive GLONASS. To view your subscriptions press System Setup > Software Disp >
Authorizations.
Logging Data to a File
You can log data to a file that the R330 auto-generates or you can manually enter a filename to
which to log data. You can append data to or overwrite data on a manually-named file; however,
you cannot append data to or overwrite data on an R330-generated file.
To log data to an R330 auto-generate filename:
1.
Select Data Logging > Config.
2.
If Auto-Name displays No select Auto-Name and then press Enter.
3.
Select Yes and then press Enter.
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4.
Select Back to return to the Data Logging menu.
5.
Select Start Recording to begin logging data. The Start Recording option changes to
End <filename>.
6.
Select End <filename>.
To log data to a manually-created filename:
1.
Select Data Logging > Config.
2.
If Auto-Name displays Yes select Auto-Nameand then press Enter.
3.
Select No and press Enter. The Enter Name and Mode menu items appear below AutoName.
4.
Enter a filename:
5.
a.
Select Enter Name andpress Enter.
b.
Enter the desired characters for the filename and then scroll to the return
character and press Enter.
Select the mode:
a.
Select Modeand press Enter.
b.
Select Append to log data to new file or to append data to an existing file (based
on the filename in step 4) and press Enter.
or
Select Overwrite to overwrite an existing file (based on the filename in step 4) and
press Enter.
No warnings are given to confirm overwriting a
previous file.
6.
Select Back to return to the Data Logging menu.
7.
Select Start Recording to begin logging data. The Start Recording option changes to
End <filename>.
8.
Select End <filename>.
Data Post-Processing
After you log data you can then process the data with a Receiver Independent Exchange (RINEX)
format software utility. Hemisphere GNSS Rinex conversion software is available from the
Hemisphere GNSS website at www.hgnss.com.
Make sure you select PostPro as the file type before logging the data you will use for post processing
(see “Selecting the Data File Type and Log Options” on page 22).
To post-process raw data:
1.
Log the raw data to the USB flash drive inserted in the R330. Make sure you properly
end your data logging before removing the flash drive in step 2 below.
2.
Remove the flash drive from the R330 then insert the drive in a PC with
Hemisphere GNSS’ Rinex conversion software installed.
3.
Run the Rinex conversion software.
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Installing the Base Station
Installing the Rover Radio
Using the R330 as a Base Station or Rover
RTK Operation
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RTK provides the highest accuracy (see Table C-1 on page 44 for accuracy specifications). You can set
up a base/rover RTK system using one R330 as a base station and one R330 for each rover. Most
commonly, each base station and rover include the following:
•
GPS receiver
•
GPS antenna
•
Radio: transmitter for base station, receiver for rover
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Power source
Installing the Base Station
The base station tracks GPS signals and broadcasts differential corrections to a radio and rover GPS
receiver. You typically set up the base station near the working area and at a location with no
obstructions between the base station and rover radio.
When installing the base station adhere to the following:
•
Do not place the base station near metal objects
•
Make sure the base station is at least 50 m from obstructions
•
Make sure the base station and rover radio have a clear line of sight up to 5 km or
less depending on the radio type when operating RTK
Installing the Rover Radio
The rover GPS system processes the corrections and outputs highly accurate position information.
When installing the rover radio adhere to the following:
•
Ensure the rover radio and GPS antenna are at least 1 m apart
•
Rover radio must not block the GPS antenna
•
Rover radio must receive regular corrections from the base station every one to two
seconds (differential age) for up to 15 minutes to achieve RTK lock (maximum accuracy)
- typically, a lock is achieved within five minutes
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Using the R330 as a Base Station or Rover
Using the R330 as a base station or rover receiver requires a link between the base and rover to
transfer differential correction data from the base to the rover. The link can be wired or wireless
(such as a radio modem).
Setting Up the R330 as a Base Station
When you set up the R330 as a base station, the Base Station menu option
appears just below Differential on the Top menu.
The baud rates of the base, rover, and radio (if part of the setup) must be
the same.
Note: Before you can set up your R330 as a base station, you unit must be subscribed for base
station functionality. Contact your Hemisphere GNSS sales representative for more information.
To set up the R330 as a base station:
1.
Put the R330 in base station mode: From the Top menu press GNSS > Configure >
Rx Modes then set BASE to YES.
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The baud rates of the base, rover, and radio (if part of the setup) must be the same.
Note: Before you can set up your R330 as a rover, you unit must be subscribed for rover
functionality. Contact your Hemisphere GNSS sales representative for more information.
To set up the R330 as a rover:
1.
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set your preferred RTK corrector to YES (ROX set to YES in example below). When the
base station sends correctors to the rover the Differential menu shows the corrector
type next to InUse and RTK below Include.
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Connecting the R330 to a Base/Rover Radio
When connecting the R330 to a base/rover radio, verify/set the following:
•
Radio does not interfere with GPS
•
Radio supports a serial connection, with a minimum of 9600 baud, set to N,8,1
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Radio supports over-the-air throughput of at least 300 bps
•
Base station, rover, and radio all are set to the same baudrate
Note: Hemisphere GPS recommends testing with a wired condition prior to using a radio connection
to ensure communication parameters are properly defined. Make sure both the rover radio and
base station are on the same channel or frequency in order for the rover radio to receive
corrections from the base station.
RTK Operation
After you set up your RTK system, the status LEDs indicate the following (see “Status LED Indicators”
on page 15 for more information on R330 LED indicators):
•
Yellow (GPS LOCK LED): tracking GPS
•
Flashing green (DIFF LED): differential has been attained, but the residual has not met
the threshold
•
Solid green (DIFF LED): RTK lock
The R330 will output standard NMEA messages through Port A or Port B. Set the message and
port output as preferred (see “Config Wizard Menu” on page 19 for more information on
message output).
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Table A-1 provides troubleshooting information for the R330.
Table A-1: Troubleshooting
Problem
Receiver fails to power
No data from R330
Possible Solution
•
Verify polarity of power leads
•
Check integrity of power cableconnections
•
Check power input voltage (8 - 36 VDC)
•
Check current restrictions imposed by power source
(maximum is 250 mA @ 12 VDC)
•
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Press the Power button
Check receiver power status (red LED)
•
Check integrity and connectivity of power and data cable
connections
•
No GPS lock
•
The volume of data requested to be output by the R330 could be
higher than what the current baud rate supports. Try using 19200
or higher as the baud rate for all devices.
Check integrity of cableconnections
•
Verify antenna’s clear view of the sky
No SBAS lock
•
Check integrity of cableconnections
•
Verify antenna’s clear view of the sky
•
Check SBAS visibility map
•
Check beacon listings to ensure proximity to a beacon station
No beacon lock
No L-band DGPS service
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Ensure there are no sources of interference nearby
•
Check antenna connections
•
Verify MSK rate is set correctly
•
Verify frequency of transmitting beacon
•
Select alternate antenna position
•
Subscription activated and not expired
•
Check antenna connections
•
Verify antenna’s clear view of the sky
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GNSS Menu
Differential Menu
Config Wizard Menu
System Setup Menu
Data Logging Menu
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This appendix shows the complete menu map for each menu (listed below) on the R330 Top menu:
•
GNSS
•
Differential (menu item will be the selected differential source, such as SBAS or
Autonomous)
•
Base Station (appears only if you set BASE to YES—see “Setting Up the R330 as a
Base Station” on page 27)
•
Config Wizard
•
System Setup
•
Data Logging
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GNSS Menu
Use the GNSS menu to view and edit your GNSS settings. Settings include the data port outputs,
specific positioning parameters, UTC time offset, and satellite visibility and positioning information.
Figure B-1: GNSS menu
Menu item is “GNSS” if your R330
is optioned for GLONASS; otherwise, menu
item is “GPS”
‘GLONASS Sats’ only appears if your R330 is
optioned for GLONASS
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Differential Menu
Use the Differential menu to view or change your differential settings. The following available
differential sources depend on the configuration you purchased.
•
SBAS
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Beacon (RTCM2) - available with purchased unlock code
•
RTK (CMR, ROX, RTCM3)
•
L-band (OMNIVBS, OMNIHP) - available with purchased unlock code
•
None (Autonomous) To
select the differential source:
1.
Press Differential > Include then set each format you may use to Yes. For example, if you
will be using Beacon, set RTCM2 to Yes.
2.
Press Back to return to the previous menu level, press InUse, then select your preferred
differential source. For example, if you will be using Beacon, select Beacon (RTCM2 will
be displayed when finished).
Figure B-2 through Figure B-5 show the complete menu maps for the SBAS,
Beacon, RTK, L-band, and Autonomous, respectively. The Include menu (at
right) in each of these figures shows all available formats. If you have not
purchased unlock codes for
L-band and Beacon, the OMNIVBS/OMNIHP (L-band) and RTCM2 (Beacon)
menu items will not appear on your menu.
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Base Station Menu
The Base Station menu enables you to configure an R330 as a base station. This menu only appears if
you set BASE to YES—see “Setting Up the R330 as a Base Station” on page 27.
Figure B-7: Base Station menu
Config Wizard Menu
The Config Wizard walks you through basic settings to get up and running. See “Configuring the
R330” on page 19 to view the Config Wizard menu map.
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System Setup Menu
The System Setup menu allows you quickly view and edit current system settings. General settings
include such items as current applications, units, baud rates, logs, LED contrast, subscription code,
display orientation (you can flip the display 180° by selecting YES under Flip Display), and language.
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Data Logging Menu
The Data Logging menu allows you to log or output job data, view USB flash drive free storage
space, set up file auto-naming, and view what type of data you are logging.
Figure B-9: Data Logging menu
Logged data options are limited by your
receiver subscriptions (certain options may
not appear on this menu without a specific
subscription. For example, GNGNS, GNGSA,
GLGSV,
Bin62, Bin65, Bin66, and Bin69 only
appear on this menu if you are
authorized to receive GLONASS.
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Table C-1 through Table C-8 provide the technical specifications for the R330.
Table C-1: GNSS sensor specifications
Item
Specification
Receiver type
GNSS L1 and L2, RTK with carrier phase
Signals received
GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou1
Channels
270
SBAS tracking
3-channel, parallel tracking
Update rate
10 Hz standard, 20 Hz optional
Timing (1 PPS) accuracy
20 ns
Cold start time
< 60 s typical (no almanac or RTC)
Warm start time
< 30 s typical (almanac and RTC)
Hot start time
< 10 s typical (almanac, RTC, and position)
Maximum speed
1,850 kph (999 kts)
Maximum altitude
18,288 m (60,000 ft)
Differential options
SBAS, autonomous, external RTCM, RTK, and L-band
DGNSS/HP/XP/G22
Table C-2: Positioning accuracy specifications
RMS (67%)
Horizontal
Vertical
Single Point, no SA
1.2 m
2.5 m
SBAS (WAAS)3
0.3 m
0.6 m
L-band DGPS
0.3 m
0.6 m
Code differential GPS
0.3m
0.6 m
L-band L1/L2
0.15 m
0.3 m
RTK
10 mm + 1 ppm
20 mm + 2 ppm
Table C-3: Beacon sensor specifications
Item
Specification
Channels
2-channel, parallel tracking
Frequency range
283.5 to 325.0 kHz
Operating modes
Manual, automatic, and database
Compliance
EN50081-4-2 ESD
Table C-4: L-band sensor specifications
Item
Specification
Sensitivity
-130 dBm
Channel spacing
7.5 KHz
Satellite selection
Manual and automatic
Reacquisition time
15 s (typical)
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Table C-4: L-band sensor specifications (continued)
Item
Specification
Rejection
15 kHz spacing > 30 dB
300 kHz spacing > 60 dB
Table C-5: Communication specifications
Item
Specification
Serial ports
2 full-duplex RS-232
USB ports
1 USB host, 1 USB device
Baud rates
4800 - 115200
Data I/O protocol
NMEA 0183, Hemisphere GNSS binary
Correction I/O protocol
Hemisphere GNSS proprietary, RTCM v2.3 (DGPS), RTK v3,
CMR, CMR+1
Timing output
1 PPS CMOS, active high, rising edge sync, 10 kΩ, 10 pF load
Event marker input
CMOS, active low, falling edge sync, 10 kΩ
Table C-6: Power specifications
Item
Specification
Input voltage
8 to 36 VDC
Power consumption
3.8 W nominal (WAAS and Beacon)
4.6 W nominal (L-band)
Current consumption
315 mA nominal (WAAS and Beacon) 383 mA
nominal (L-band)
Antenna voltage output
15 VDC maximum
Antenna short circuit protection
Yes
Antenna gain input range
10 to 40 dB
Antenna input impedance
50 Ω
Table C-7: Environmental specifications
Item
Specification
Operating temperature
-40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
Storage temperature
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Humidity
95%, non-condensing
Shock and vibration
Mechanical Shock: EP455 Section 5.14.1 Operational Vibration:
EP455 Section 5.15.1 Random
EMC
CE (IEC 60945 Emissions and Immunity), FCC Part 15, Subpart B,
CISPR22
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Table C-8: Mechanical specifications
Item
Specification
Dimensions
17.8 L x 12.0 W x 4.6 H (cm)
7.0 L x 4.7 W x 1.8 H (in)
Weight
645 g (1.42 lbs)
Status LED indicators
Power, GPS lock, Differential lock, DGPS position, L-band lock
Power/data connector
2-pin metal ODU
Antenna connector
TNC-male, straight
1Upgrade required
2Requires a subscription
from L-band service provider
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number of satellites in view, satellite geometry, and
ionospheric activity
4Receive only,
does not transmit this format
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Numerics
connecting to receiver 10
1 PPS output 11, 45
G
A
GNSS
sensor specifications 44
GPS
menu map 35
antenna
installation with rover radio 26
power specifications 45
troubleshooting 32
antenna mounting
magnetic mount 8
overview 8
pole mount 8
surface mount 9
I
installation
base station 26
rover radio 26
K
B
KML data format 22
base station installation 26 beacon
sensor specifications 44
L
L-Band sensor specifications 44 LED
indicators 15
logging data to a file (instructions) 23
C
cables
connecting 9
troubleshooting 32 CMR
(RAW data option) 22
communication specifications 45
configuration
of the system 19
returning to factory defaults 18
wizard 19, 39
wizard, using 20
connecting
cables 9
receiver to external device or base/ rover
radio 29
receiver to external devices 10
connection troubleshooting 32 CSV data
format 22
M
magnetic mount (antenna) 8
menu map 16
Diff (differential source) 36
GPS 35
SBAS 36
system setup 40
mounting
procedure (receiver) 7
mounting (antenna)
magnetic mount 8
overview 8
pole mount 8
surface mount 9
mounting (receiver) 6
mounting guidelines (receiver) 6
D
data logging
overview 21
post-processing 24 DFX
(RAW data option) 22 Diff
(differential source)
menu map 36
N
NMEA (RAW data option) 22
P
pole mount (antenna) 8 postprocessing data 24 powering off
the receiver 15 powering on the
receiver 15
E
environmental
specifications 45
event marker 11, 45
external devices
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R
RAW data format 22
receiver
connecting external devices 10
logging data 21
mounting 6
mounting guidelines 6
mounting procedure 7
powering off 15
powering on 15
using as a base station or rover 27 rover
radio
installation 26
ROX (RAW data option) 22 RTCM
(RAW data option) 22 RTK
Operation 29
S
SBAS
troubleshooting 32
serial port 10
setup, system, menu map 40
specifications
beacon sensor 44
communication 45
environmental 45
GNSS sensor 44
L-Band sensor 44 surface
mount (antenna) 9
U
USB data logging 21
W
wizard
configuration 19, 39
configuration, using 20
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forth in Hemisphere GNSS’ relevant User’s Manual and Specifications;
(4) damage caused by accident or natural events, such as lightning (or other electrical discharge) or fresh/salt water immersion of Product;
(5) damage occurring in transit; (6) normal wear and tear; or (7) the operation or failure of operation of any satellite-based positioning system
or differential correction service; or the availability or performance of any satellite-based positioning signal or differential correction signal.
THE PURCHASER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING THE VEHICLE SAFELY. The purchaser is solely responsible for the safe operation of the
vehicle used in connection with the Product, and for maintaining proper system control settings. UNSAFE DRIVING OR SYSTEM CONTROL
SETTINGS CAN RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY, OR DEATH.
The purchaser is solely responsible for his/her safety and for the safety of others. The purchaser is solely responsible for maintaining control of
the automated steering system at all times. THE PURCHASER IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THE PRODUCT IS PROPERLY AND
CORRECTLY INSTALLED, CONFIGURED, INTERFACED, MAINTAINED, STORED, AND OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH HEMISPHERE GNSS’
RELEVANT USER’S MANUAL AND
SPECIFICATIONS. Hemisphere GNSS does not warrant or guarantee the positioning and navigation precision or accuracy obtained when using
Products. Products are not intended for primary navigation or for use in safety of life applications. The potential accuracy of Products as
stated in Hemisphere GNSS literature and/or Product specifications serves to provide only an estimate of achievable accuracy based on
performance specifications provided by the satellite service operator (i.e. US Department of Defense in the case of GNSS) and differential
correction service provider. Hemisphere GNSS reserves the right to modify Products without any obligation to notify, supply or install any
improvements or alterations to existing Products.
GOVERNING LAW. This agreement and any disputes relating to, concerning or based upon the Product shall be governed by and interpreted
in accordance with the laws of the State of Arizona.
OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE. In order to obtain warranty service, the end purchaser must bring the Product to a Hemisphere GNSS
approved service center along with the end purchaser's proof of purchase. Hemisphere GNSS does not warrant claims asserted after the end
of the warranty period. For any questions regarding warranty service or to obtain information regarding the location of any of Hemisphere
GNSS approved service center, contact Hemisphere GNSS at the following address:
Hemisphere GNSS
8515 East Anderson Drive, Suite A
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Phone: 480-348-6380 Fax: 480-348-6370
techsupport@hgnss.com
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