Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS positioning solutions, announced the launch of AsteRx-U3, which is the successor of the popular AsteRx-U multi-frequency GNSS receiver for construction, mining and other machine control applications. The AsteRx-U3 is a multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS positioning and heading receiver, which includes a multitude of wired as well as wireless communications in a rugged IP68 housing, for the broadest range of applications. It is an advanced integrated multi-constellation dual-antenna receiver from Septentrio. This multi-frequency engine can track signals from all Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) constellations: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, NavIC and QZSS – on both antennas. This guarantees you reliable and accurate GNSS positioning now and into the future.
This new product combines Septentrio’s latest triple-band precise positioning GNSS core with extended wireless communication features including Wi-Fi, UHF and 4G LTE. The versatile connectivity features of this receiver make it easy to fit it into any control system and enable simple and cost-effective overall design.
“We are excited to introduce AsteRx-U3 to the market of industrial automation. Its advanced connectivity package offers manufacturers and integrators access to reliable high-accuracy positioning in a system which is versatile, easy to use and integrate, “ said Silviu Taujan, Product Manager at Septentrio.
This receiver offers a unique feature, a guaranteed low latency of under 10 msec and a high data rate, which allows machines to work with rapid as well as accurate movements. An IP68-rated housing of AsteRx-U3 with fixing brackets and robust M12 connectors ensures a quick and reliable installation.
This high-precision GPS reference receiver comes an intuitive web user interface for easy operation and monitoring allowing you to control the receiver from any mobile device or computer. The web interface also uses easy-to-read quality indicators ideal to monitor the receiver operation during the job at hand.
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