GPS Compass

Vector V102 GPS Compass Series

The Vector V102 uses SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) for differential GPS positioning allowing Hemisphere GPS to provide a low cost and highly effective heading and position based smart antenna.

The rugged and low profile enclosure combines Hemisphere GPS’ Crescent® Vector II OEM technology and two multipathresistant antennas for accuracy, portability and simple installation. The smart antenna - measuring less than half-meter length - mounts easily to a flat surface or pole. The stability and maintenance-free design of the Vector V102 provides traditional GPS positioning and heading at a low cost. To view more information click here.

Key Vector V102 GPS Compass Series Advantages:

  • Provides heading, positioning, heave, roll and pitch.
  • Excellent in-band and out-of-band interference rejection.
  • 0.75 degree heading accuracy in amazingly small form factor.
  • Extremely quick time-to-first-fix.
  • Integrated gyro and tilt sensors deliver fast startup times and provide heading updates during temporary loss of GPS.

 

V102

 

  • Differential positioning accuracy of 1.0 m, 95% of the time
    • SBAS compatible (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) and optional external differential input

    • COAST™ technology maintains differentially corrected positioning for 40 minutes after loss of differential signal

V103 & V113_GPS Compass Antenna

 

Vector V103 & V113 GPS Compass

The IMO Wheelmarked Vector™ V103™ GPS Compass series for its superb heading and positioning performance. The new, rugged IP69K design housing is sealed for the harshest environments. It incorporates fixed and pole mounting capability for both marine and land applications.

The Vector V103 Series is suitable for both commercial and professional marine, as well as for machine mounting in open pit mining, construction and other applications. The V103 and V113 utilize all of the recent innovations in Hemisphere GPS’ Crescent® and Vector technology. New CrossDipole low-multipath antennas are separated by 50 cm between phase centers, resulting in better than 0.3° rms heading performance while delivering position accuracy of better than 60 cm 95% of the time when using SBAS (EGNOS, MSAS & WAAS) or Beacon corrections. 

 The V103 and V113 support both NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 interfacing, enabling a seamless choice of communication protocols with Hemisphere GPS’ messaging. Crescent Vector technology delivers accurate and continuous performance, including position, heading, heave, pitch and roll. The stability and maintenance-free design of the Vector V103 Series replaces traditional gyrocompasses and stand-alone GPS at a fraction of the cost. To view more information click here.

Key Vector V103 and V113 GPS Compass Advantages:

  • IMO type approved as a Transmit Heading Device (THD).
  • Professional heading < 0.3° rms.
  • Differential position accuracy of < 60 cm @ 95%.
  • Heave < 30 cm rms.
  • Pitch and Roll < 1° rms.
  • Reliable IP69K smart antenna housing design.
  • Accurate heading up to 3 minutes during GPS outages.
  • COAST technology maintains differentially-corrected positioning for 40 minutes or more after loss of differential signal.
  • Integrated gyro and tilt sensors deliver fast start-up times and provide heading updates during temporary loss of GPS.
  • Flexibility for easy integration into NMEA 0183 and 2000 interfaces.

Vector VS131 Receiver

The Vector VS131 utilizes all of the innovations in Hemisphere GPS’ Crescent® Vector and brings a series of features to the Vector VS131 including heave, pitch and roll output, and more robust positioning performance.

The Vector VS131 receiver, with its display and user interface, can be conveniently installed near the operator. The two antennas are mounted separately and with a user-determined separation to meet the desired accuracy. To view more information click here.

The Vector VS131 uses L-band, Beacon and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) for differential GPS positioning.

Key Vector VS131 Receiver Advantages:

  • L-band capable.
  • Professional heading < 0.03° rms.
  • Differential position accuracy of < 30 cm rms.
  • Heave < 30 cm rms.
  • Pitch and Roll < 1° rms.
  • Simple menu operations.

 

 

  • VS131_Receiver
  • Accurate heading up to 3 minutes during GPS outages
  • COAST technology maintains differentially-corrected positioning for 40 minutes or more after loss of differential signal
  • Integrated gyro and tilt sensors deliver fast start-up times and provide heading updates during temporary loss of GPS

VS330_GNSS Compass

Vector VS330 GNSS Compass

The Vector VS330 utilizes all of the innovations in Hemisphere GPS’ Eclipse Vector technology. Optimizing Eclipse Vector technology brings a series of new features to the Vector VS330 including heave, pitch and roll output, and more robust heading and positioning performance.

 The Vector VS330 receiver, with its display and user interface, can be conveniently installed near the operator. The two antennas are mounted separately and with a user-determined separation to meet the desired heading accuracy. To view more information click here.

The Vector VS330 uses L-band DGNSS/HP/XP and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, etc.) for differential GPS positioning.

Key VS330 GNSS Receiver Advantages:

  • Extremely accurate heading with both short and long baselines up to 10 m.
  • L1/L2 GPS/GLONASS RTK capable.
  • L-band DGNSS/HP/XP(OmniSTAR®) capable.
  • Beacon capable.
  • Fast RTK acquision and reacquisition times.
  • Excellent coasting performance.
  • 5 cm rms RTK-enabled heave accuracy.
  • Strong multipath mitigation and interference rejection.