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HI-206 is a GPS receiver with RS-232 interfaces and USB connector and built-in active antenna for high sensitivity to tracking signal. HI-206 is very small in size and well suited to system integration and users who use any kinds of mobile devices, such as, Smartphone, PDA, notebook PC, iPad, etc.

It satisfies a wide variety of applications for car navigation, personal navigation or touring devices, tracking and marine navigation purpose. Users can simply plug it into a mobile device or other type of handheld PC running with suitable mapping and routing software for navigation.

Standard Package :
Before you start up, make sure that your package includes the following items. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your dealer immediately.HI-206 GPS Receiver unit
User Manual CD (including User Manual, HaiTest Testing Program)



Fast Acquisition Enhanced Sensitivity 20 Channels “All-In-View” Tracking GPS Sensor Module. The receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view and provides accurate satellite positioning data. The HI-206III is optimized for applications requiring good performance, low cost, and maximum flexibility; suitable for a wide range of OEM configurations including handhelds, sensors, asset tracking, Smartphone, laptop-centric personal navigation system, and vehicle navigation products.

Its 20 parallel channels and 4000 search bins provide fast satellite signal acquisition and short startup time. Tracking sensitivity of -159dBm offers good navigation performance even in urban canyons having limited sky view. Satellite-based augmentation systems, such as WAAS and EGNOS, are supported to yield improved accuracy.

Both the LVTTL-level and RS232-level serial interface are provided on the interface connector. Supply voltage of 3.3V, or 3.6V~7V ( Typ. 5V ) are supported.

20 parallel channel GPS receiver
4000 simultaneous time-frequency search bins
SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS) support
-159dBm tracking sensitivity
< 8 second hot start
< 40 second cold start



Price: € 55.66      VAT included

Only in Spain Peninsula