South S660N Rover Set Review
South S660N GPS RTK Receiver
Unlike the predecessor of the South S660 receiver, it is equipped with 8GB of memory (more than 3000 hours of recording satellite data with an interval of 5 seconds), so you do not have to have a field controller to collect raw measurements for post processing. Data is recorded at a frequency of 1-20 Hz in the formats STH, Rinex 2.x or Rinex 3.x, so you can process the measurement results in various software. Providing flexibility in various ways of collecting data: static, RTK or VRS, the South S660 GPS receiver easily adapts to almost any task. In combination with a controller (with support for working in mobile networks), the South S660 GNSS receiver is an ideal network Rover for working in CORS networks or from a single base station.
|IMU Tilt Sensor||None|
|GPS||L1, L2C, L2P, L5|
|GALILEO||E1C, E5a, E5b, E5ALTBOC|
|BEIDOU||B1, B2, B3, B1C, B2a|
Measure directly into your coordinate system with the FieldGenius Software
With field genius you can Measurement and layout in your coordinate system. With its many features, FieldGenius is one of the most advanced software packages on the market that is, however, very user-friendly! Export your data directly from the software to the CAD or GIS package. It supports files as .DXF .CSV . TXT .SHP and many more!
How to set up IMU Tilt sensor in Microsurvey FieldGenius Android?
South H6 Data Collector
H6 is South’s newest generation professional Android controller. With its Android 8.1 operating system this data collector is lightning fast. The full QWERTY keyboard with separate keys for 26 letters and numbers makes input in the field faster for most surveyors, and meanwhile, benefits them with higher efficiency and improved productivity as well as being able to work well in the rain. This is where touchscreen tablets often fail.
What can you expect with the South H6!
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.