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Récepteur GNSS Trimble UAS1


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Dual-frequency receiver integrated with Trimble RTX and Omnistar support for UAV/UAS applications

  • Trimble UAS1 Récepteur GNSS
  • Trimble UAS1 Récepteur GNSS
  • Trimble UAS1 Récepteur GNSS
  • Trimble UAS1 Récepteur GNSS
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The Trimble UAS1 was designed for easy integration and rugged dependability. The Trimble UAS1 design is compact, with an MB-Two footprint and has a rugged, high-vibe latched connector manufactured that is tested to Trimble’s highest quality standards.



Key Features:

  • Compact design for UAV / UAS applications
  • Power input range 7 - 60VDC
  • Rugged latched connector for I/O
  • Industry standard camera hotshoe circuit
  • CAN bus integrated
  • LED indicators for status checks
  • Trimble RTX and OmniSTAR Support
  • EMI shielded GNSS module
  • Centimeter-level position accuracy
  • Advanced RF spectrum monitoring
  • Data logging enabled
  • Flexible interfacing over RS232 and USB

Multi constellation / Multi frequency GNSS

The Trimble® UAS1 supports dualfrequency from GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo constellations. As the number of satellites in the constellations grow, the UAS1 is ready to take advantage of the additional signals. This delivers the quickest and most reliable RTK and RTX initializations for centimeterlevel positioning. For UAV / UAS applications that do not require centimeter-level accuracy, the UAS1 contains an advanced Kalman filter PVT engine that delivers high accuracy GNSS, DGNSS positions in the most challenging environments.

Compact design

The Trimble UAS1 GNSS receiver module has been designed for UAV / UAS applications requiring centimeter-level accuracy in a very small package. Mobile platforms can now embed proven Trimble RTK technology using a shielded module with a 71 mm x 46 mm x 13 mm form factor. The Trimble UAS1 design is compact with an MB-Two footprint and has a rugged, high-vibe latched connector that is tested to Trimble’s highest quality standards.

Trimble Maxwell 7 technology

Industry professionals trust Trimble embedded positioning technologies as the core of their precision applications. With the latest Trimble Maxwell™ 7 Technology, the UAS1 provides assurance of long-term future-proofing and trouble-free operation. Moving the UAV / UAS industry forward, the Trimble UAS1 redefines high performance positioning :

  • 336 Tracking Channels
  • Trimble Everest Plus multipath mitigation
  • Advanced RF Spectrum Monitoring and Analysis
  • Proven low-elevation tracking technology

Rugged Interfacing

The Trimble UAS1 was designed for easy integration and rugged dependability. Customers benefit from flexible interfacing over USB and RS232. Just like other Trimble embedded technologies, easy to use software commands simplify integration and reduce development times.

Les caractéristiques produits sont en anglais pour respecter les données du fournisseur.

Technical specifications

  • Trimble Maxwell 7 Technology
  • 336 Tracking Channels:
    • GPS: L1 C/A, L2E, L2C
    • BeiDou: B1 (Only available with upgrade)
    • GLONASS: L1 C/A, L2 C/A
    • Galileo2: E1
    • QZSS: L1 C/A, L1, SAIF, L2C
    • SBAS: L1 C/A
    • OmniSTAR, Trimble RTX
  • High precision multiple correlator for GNSS pseudorange measurements
  • Trimble Everest Plus multipath mitigation
  • Advanced RF Spectrum Monitoring and Analysis
  • Unfiltered, unsmoothed pseudorange measurements data for low noise, low multipath error, low time domain correlation and high dynamic response
  • Very low noise GNSS carrier phase measurements with <1 mm precision in a 1 Hz bandwidth
  • Proven Trimble low elevation tracking technology
  • Reference outputs/inputs
    • Inputs : CMR, CMR+, sCMRx, RTCM 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.0, 3.112, 3.2
    • Outputs : Available for purchase through upgrade
  • Navigation outputs
    • ASCII: NMEA-0183 GSV, AVR, RMC, HDT, VGK, VHD, ROT, GGK, GGA, GSA, ZDA, VTG, GST, PJT,PJK, BPQ, GLL, GRS, GBS and Binary: Trimble GSOF, NMEA2000
  • 1 Pulse Per Second Output
  • Event Marker Input Support
  • Supports Fault Detection & Exclusion (FDE), Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM)
  • Data Logging, Internal memory : 50MB

Communication

  • 1 USB 2.0 Device port with RNDIS support
  • 2 x Events
  • 2 x TTL serial ports
  • 1 x RS232 serial ports
  • 1 x Camera hot-shoe interface
  • Control Software : HTML web browser, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Google Chrome over RNDIS via USB receptacle
  • 1 CAN Port


Performance specifications

  • Time to First Fix (TTFF)7
    • Cold Start8 : <45 seconds
    • Warm Start9 : <30 seconds
    • Signal Re-acquisition : <2 seconds
  • Velocity Accuracy3, 4
    • Horizontal : 0.007 m/sec
    • Vertical : 0.020 m/sec
  • Maximum Operating Limits10
    • Velocity : 515 m/sec
    • Altitude 18 000 m
  • Maximum acceleration GNSS tracking : +/- 11g
  • RTK initialization time3 : typically <8 seconds
  • RTK initialization reliability3 : >99.9%
  • Position Latency5 : <20ms
  • Maximum Position/Attitude Update Rate : 50 Hz


Physical and electrical characteristics

  • Size : 71 mm x 46 mm x 13 mm
  • Power : 7-60 VDC
  • Weight : 45 grams
  • Connectors
    • I/O : Harwin Gecko 26-pin Latched
    • GNSS Antenna : MMCX Male receptacle
  • Antenna LNA Power Input
    • Input voltage : 3.3 VDC to 5 VDC
    • Maximum current : 400 mA
  • Minimum required LNA Gain : +32.0 dB

Environmental characteristics10

  • Temperature
    • Operating : –40 °C to +75 °C
    • Storage : –55 °C to +75 °C
  • Vibration : MIL810F, tailored
    Random 6.2 gRMS operating
    Random 8 gRMS survival
  • Mechanical shock : MIL810D
    ±40 g 10ms operating
    ±75 g 6ms survival
  • Operating Humidity : 5% to 95% R.H. non-condensing, at +60 °C

1 Trimble UAS1 is available in a rover configuration suited for the unmanned applications. Optional upgrades are available for purchase.
2 Developed under a License of the European Union and the European Space Agency.
3 May be affected by atmospheric conditions, signal multipath, and satellite geometry. Initialization reliability is continuously monitored to ensure highest quality.
4 1 sigma level, when using Trimble approved antennas, add 1 ppm to RTK Position accuracies.
5 At maximum output rate.
6 GPS only and depends on SBAS System performance. FAA WAAS accuracy specifications are <5 m 3DRMS.
7 Typical observed values.
8 No previous satellite (ephemerides / almanac) or position (approximate position or time) information.
9 Ephemerides and last used position known
10 As required by the U.S. Department of Commerce to comply with export licensing restrictions.
11 Dependent on appropriate mounting/enclosure design.
12 Input only network correction
13 There is no public GLONASS L3 CDMA. The current capability in the receivers is based on publicly available information. As such, Trimble cannot guarantee that these receivers will be fully compatible.
14 Trimble RTX and OmniSTAR accuracies depend on correction service chosen. Trimble CenterPoint RTX provides <2cm RMS horizontal with initialization less than 15 minutes.
15 Default configuration RTK accuracy is limited to 10 centimeters, 1 centimeter upgrade available for purchase.

Positioning specification3,4,14,15

Autonomous SBAS DGNSS RTK
Position (m) 1.00(H) 1.50(V) 0.50(H) 0.85(V) 0.25(H) 0.50(V) 0.005(H) 0.015(V)

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