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C-Nav3050 User Guide
Section 6 - Safety Instructions
The C-Nav3050 GNSS sensor is designed for precise navigation and positioning using the GPS and GLONASS. Users must be familiar with the use of portable
GNSS equipment, the limitations thereof and these safety instructions prior to use of this equipment.
Always carry C-Nav equipment in either the original packing material or packaging that provides protection to the receiver and antenna against shock and vibration. Utilize all original packaging when transporting via rail, ship, or air.
A ruggedized transportation case (P/N CNV3050CASE) is available to for users requiring additional shock and vibration protection for their C-
Nav equipment. Contact C-Nav Support for more information.
C-Nav equipment may be cleaned using a new lint free cloth moistened with pure alcohol. Connectors must be inspected and, if necessary, cleaned before use.
Always use the provided connector protective caps to minimize moisture and dirt ingress when not in use. Inspect cables regularly for kinks and cuts as these may cause interference and equipment failure.
Damp equipment must be dried at a temperature less than +40
F), but greater than 5
F) at the earliest opportunity.
External Power Source
The C-Nav3050 can be powered by an external power cable (P/N NAV94-
310274-3010LF) or using an AC Power Supply Kit (P/N CNV82-020007-3001LF) both included with every C-Nav3050. The C-Nav3050 must be connected to the
proper operation. Insufficient supplied current will cause damage to your external power source.
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