TeeJet launches new high-precision GNSS receivers
TeeJet Technologies introduced its new line of high-precision GNSS receivers for use in the most demanding ag applications. Both receivers utilize an integrated receiver and antenna packaged in a single, rugged enclosure for easy installation and long-term durability. These receivers are ideal for applications requiring high levels of accuracy such as strip-tillage, controlled traffic patterns and high-precision auto-steer.
The RX510 is compatible with OmniSTAR XP, HP and G2 services for 4” to 6” pass-to-pass accuracy. The RX610 features an internal cellular modem for use with CORS/Network RTK signals providing 1-2” pass-to-pass accuracy and year-to-year repeatability. The RX610 is factory configured for either GSM or CDMA signal to support the cellular provider of choice.
“Growers continue to have higher expectations for GPS accuracy. Whether it be row-crop planting, strip-tillage or any other operation, the RX510 and RX610 provide an excellent GPS solution for new or existing auto-steer and precision farming applications,” notes Brian Satorius, Sales Engineer with TeeJet Technologies. “We’ve had very positive feedback on our early installations and look forward to getting more systems out in the field.”
The RX510 and RX610 are compatible with both GPS and GLONASS constellations and support WAAS and EGNOS differential correction signals. Additionally, both receivers utilize ClearPath technology for consistent performance during periods of spotty DGPS coverage such as heavy tree cover or poor satellite geometries. These receivers are compatible with all TeeJet and many third-party guidance systems. An optional quick release mounting bracket is available for both receivers for secure mounting and easy transfer between vehicles.
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