GNSS Antenna Multi-band (L1, L2/E5b/B2I) with 5m Cable

€91.00*

Product number: 61000173

Product information "GNSS Antenna Multi-band (L1, L2/E5b/B2I) with 5m Cable"

Active GNSS antenna for mounting on magnetic surfaces with fixed cable (approx. 5m) and MCX connector for direct connection to our cRIO GNSS modules SEA 9406.

Details
As the antenna has an active amplifier the power supply is done via the antenna cable directly from the CompactRIO module. Reception of L1 band (1559-1606 MHz) and L2/E5b/B2I band (1197-1249 MHz ),  total gain of approx. 24.1dB, supply voltage 3.0 to 5.0V, supply current typ. 15mA.

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