Identify the Electronic Interfaces of a GNSS RTK Board

Generally speaking, a GNSS RTK board will provide various electronic interfaces for communication as below.

- COM1/COM2, employ 5pin PicoBlade receptacle connector with TTL voltage level (1.25mm inter-pin distance)

- LED Indicator, shows the operational status (LED1 is data link indicator, LED2 is RTK status, LED3 is positioning status, LED4 is power indicator).

- Host USB port, receptacle USB 2.0 port for external USB Flash disk

- Micro USB, 5V DC power supply

- SD card slot, for plug in SD card

- SMA1, for GNSS antenna

- SMA2, for PPS output

As Tersus understands how important the interfaces for connection and communication, all Precis® series of GNSS RTK boards perform self-check and initialization procedure before they start to work. To get more info on the functions and get support for trouble shooting, drop us a mail sales@tersus-gnss.com or visit our official website www.tersus-gnss.com for the User Guide.

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Comment by vorney thomas on April 8, 2016 at 8:38am

the board looks like a book, it may be more than the size the palm.

Comment by Tersus GNSS on April 15, 2016 at 12:30am

Thanks for your comment. The size of the board is 130×60×15mm. Your comment to help us improve to make it a more compact design is welcomed. 

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