ComNav Technology has introduced a significant upgrade to its T300 and T300 Plus GNSS receivers, including updates to the new GNSS K8 platform on both receivers and the replacement of the tilt sensor to an IMU module on the T300 Plus.
The full-constellation tracking ability on the K8 platform enables users to receive all current and future GNSS signals, including GPS, BDS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS, Navic and SBAS. Signal support and tracking for are QZSS L1/L2/L5, Navic L5, Galileo E6 and Altboc as well as GLONASS L3 are new to the platform. Both the T300 and T300 Plus now have 965 GNSS channels for even more robust GNSS tracking performance.
The advanced GNSS real-time kinematic (RTK) technology on the K8 platform provides continuous centimeter-level positioning within a short period of time. The K8 platform also provides enhanced interference detection and mitigation allowing positioning results to be less affected by challenging environments such as between buildings or in dense vegetation. In static mode, power consumption has been reduced to 1.92W and working time extended to 16 hours, providing a smooth workflow without an external power supply.
With the new IMU module, the T300 Plus can support tilt compensation up to 60° and keeps accuracy within 2.5 centimeters, which significantly improves fieldwork with increased efficiency, convenience, and reliability. Without the need to perform magnetometer and accelerometer calibration, users can save time and easily get started.