GPS Sensor only. See the eSeries for Sensor and Software.
For notebook computers an easy-to-use solution for your notebook computer* (USB enabled). The GPS 110 USB GPS receiver can be mounted on the vehicle's windshield using the supplied mounting bracket incorporating a single levered suction cup. The GPS 110 USB GPS receiver is powered by your notebook computer's battery.
Just load the Rand McNally StreetFinder® Deluxe Travel Navigation Software onto your PC.
Plug the GPS receiver into your notebook's USB port and you're ready to plan trips, locate destinations and find points of interest such as hotels and restaurants.
Your navigational solution operates using your notebook's power source and provides precise information on your location and how to get to your destination.
- Windshield mounting bracket
- USB connector to notebook PC
- Driver CD
-Emulates legacy COM port for most NMEA compliant software applications
-Windows 98 SE, Me, Windows 2000 and Windows XP
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
$169.99 U.S.D. (for domestic US market only)
Our Price: $105.99
Sale price: $
Receiver Frequency: 1575.42 MHz (L1 band)
Antenna Type: High Gain ceramic patch
Technology: Conexant Zodiac Chip Set, C/A code, SPS (Standard Positioning Service)
Satellite Measure Used: 12-channel parallel automatic selection
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
Storage Temperature: -10°C to 85°C
Supply voltage Range 5 to 16V Unregulated DC
Supply voltage Protection: Voltage transient protection suitable for a 12V automotive supply
Current Consumption: 65mA typical, 12 V DC
Time To Fix First (TTFF)
Warm Start: 48 seconds
Cold Start: 60 seconds
150 seconds 90% probable
Re-acquisition Time < 2 seconds typical with less than 10 seconds blockage
Accuracy of Position Fix
6.8 meters, 2s (95%)
Baud rate: 4800; 8, N, 1
Update rate: Once every second continuous
Output Message: NMEA 0183 version 2.01, GPGGA, GPGSA, GPRMC and GPGSV
Data and Power Connection
Data: 4pin MiniDIN female via USB
Power: From notebook computer through the USB connector.
FCC Part 15, CE and C-tick
Twelve  months limited parts and labor warranty.
Rand McNally and StreetFinder are registered trademarks of Rand McNally & Company
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