Rutronik stocking new Jupiter GNSS module from Telit

Rutronik is now stocking the Jupiter SL869 V2 GNSS module from Telit. A member of the SL869 family it is based on the low-power Mediatek MT333. The complete multi-GNSS receiver has been designed to offer both easy integration and enhanced battery-life performance thanks to an ultra low standby current.

The Jupiter SL869 V2 can discover and track multiple constellations at the same time and it is also able to deliver a high-sensitivity RF front-end, enhancing both reliability and functionality of geo-location aware consumer, commercial and industrial devices.

Being able to replace the JN3 or SL869, the SL869 V2 allows customers to design once and interchangeably mount the JN3, SL869 or SL869 V2 depending on required features. It supports GPS, QZSS and Glonass and is ready for Galileo and Compass/Beidou.

Two versions of the product deliver simultaneously tracking of different combinations of constellations: either GPS + Galileo and Glonass or GPS and Compass/Beidou. Geo-location data is delivered using NMEA protocol through a standard UART port.

It also supports ephemeris file injection (A-GPS) as well as Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) to increase position accuracy and an onboard software engine is able to locally predict ephemeris three days in advance starting from ephemeris broadcas t by GNSS satellites, received by the module and stored in the internal Flash memory.

The SL869 V2 comes in a 16 x 12.2 x 2.4 mm LCC package and has a supply voltage range of 3 – 3.6 VDC.

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