GT-U7 GPS Module with EEPROM and active antenna (HCMODU0172)

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GT-U7 GPS Module with EEPROM and active antenna (HCMODU0172)

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This is a compact GPS module made by open-smart and utilises the GT-U7 GPS receiver. The module also includes a USB serial interface which can be accessed via a micro USB connector or directly via its 0.1” pitch serial TTL header (supplied header pins requires soldering). Out of the box the module will automatically output GPS data in the standard NMEA format making it compatible with many types of hardware and software with no configuration required. The module is also supplied with a detachable antenna which connects to the module via a U.FL pigtail cable allowing the antenna to be located in the optimal position.


Specification:

Product code: HCMODU0172
Operating frequency: L1 (1575.42 +/- 10MHz)
Operating voltage: 3.3 - 5.2V
Operating current: normal mode is 50mA, power-saving mode is 30mA
Communication interface: TTL serial port, micro USB interface (can be connected to a computer to debug)
Serial port baud rate: 9600bps
Communication format: 8N1
Interface logic voltage: 3.3V or 5V
External antenna interface: IPX.
Module dimensions: 27.5 x 26.5 x 4mm
Antenna dimensions: 15.3 x 15.3 x 6.8mm



Downloads:

Driver:
u-blox_GPS_Receiver_drv_1206.zip

Schematic:
GT-U7 Schematic.pdf

U-Center tool:
u-center Official Tool.zip

Arduino example:
neo6_reader.zip




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