a-GEO NetBOX2 Rover Base set Review
a-GEO NetBOX2 RTK GNSS Receiver
The a-GEO NetBOX2 with its 1408 channels new generation full GNSS chipset & ability to support multi satellite constellation including GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU, GALILEO, QZSS, SBAS and IRNSS provides precise and accurate spatial data for all users around the world.
|IMU Tilt Sensor||60º|
|UHF Radio||410 – 470MHz|
|GPS||L1C/A, L1C, L2C, L2P(Y), L5|
|GLONASS||L1, L2, L3|
|GALILEO||E1, E5a, E5b, E6|
|BEIDOU||B1l, B1C, B2l, B2a, B2b, B3l|
a-GEO S50III Data Collector
The α-GEO S50Ⅲ is a professional full keyboard GNSS data controller with smartphone capabilities. It has a 5” sunlight-readable touch display and backlight keypad, combined with integrated Bluetooth.
Measure directly into your coordinate system with the SurPro software
The a-GEO SurPro software is developed based on GNSS high-precision surveying. It is an user-friendly Android based software made for beginner and advanced surveyors.
GPS Survey pole
Make it easy to carry by mounting everything on a GPS Survey Pole. Recommended length is over 2 metres to minimise interference to your GNSS receiver and improve performance.
Data collector bracket
This is needed to ensure that your data collector stays firmly in place. It prevents it from being damaged unnecessarily and you don’t have to hold it in your hand all day.
Used to set up your base receiver. The 3 legs provide great stability to prevent it from falling or moving.
This is used as a mounting platform for your receiver on your tripod. It also requires an adapter which you can choose in the next step.
This is the connection between your tribrach and receiver. You can screw your receiver to the adapter and then place the adapter in your tribrach.