Raveon RV-M7 GX GPS Tracker
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“M7 GX GPS TRANSPONDER
The Raveon model M7 GX transponder is a rugged high-speed UHF and VHF GPS transponder with a built-in 12-channel GPS receiver. It has up to 5 watts of RF power output, and operates as both a GPS transponder for tracking, and a radio modem for sending and receiving data.
The M7 GX automatically reports its status and position are user-configurable intervals and events. With an ultra-fast PLL and protocol, hundreds of M7 GX transponders in the same location can all report, with no interference or loss of data.
The M7 GX Transponder may be user-configured for a variety of applications. One simple command is used to program it to work in any of these configurations:
Transponder: The M7 GX will periodically transmit its location, along with voltage, temperature, input status, speed, direction, and UTC time. It powers-down the radio and GPS when not in use, reducing its average current draw to less than 30mA.
GPS Display: The M7 GX will periodically transmit its location, along with voltage, temperature, input status, speed, direction, and UTC time. It will also receive the location of other M7 GX radios in its radio range for display on a GPS plotter or hand-held GPS connected to the M7 GX’s NMEA RS-232 interface.
RavTrack PC: The M7 GX will periodically transmit its location. It will also output the location of other RV-M7 radios in its radio range for display on the RavTrack PC software program.
Plotter Display: If you already have a gps plotter, you may connect it to the RV-M7 with the –LX option. This gives the unit all the features of the –GX version with the GPS, but uses your GPS NMEA data feed as the source for its GPS signal. It will output the location of other M7 GX radios in its radio range for display on a GPS plotter or hand-held GPS connected to the RV-M7’s NMEA RS-232 interface.
Repeater: Any M7 GX may also be a store-and-forward repeater. With a 3mS attack time, the repeated signal has only milliseconds of latency, and coverage can be 10s of miles.
A GPS tracking system built with M7 GX transceivers, can track up to 20 radios with one-second updates, 200 with 10-second update, or 2000 with a 100-second update rate.. The M7 is the fastest most efficient UHF AVL radio available. Seewww.ravtrack.com for more details on its GPS tracking and TDMA abilities.
Construction: Know where your assets are and how they are used.
Public Safety: Real-time situational awareness.
Asset tracking: Security and real-time control
Desert Racing: Chase Trucks and pit crews easily find locate their racer.
Mining: Real-time monitoring and accident reduction.
Golf: Track golfcarts and maintenance equipment.
Transmissions include ID, position, speed, heading, voltage, temperature, input/output status, UTC time, and proximity.
Ultra-fast 3mS TX-RX switching and 4-level GFSK modem allows truly “Real Time” tracking and status.
Outputs and accepts NMEA 0183 GLL, TLL, WPT, GSV, and PRAVE messages.
High-speed over the air data rates. 19200bps in 25kHz channel, 9600bps in 12.5kHz
Built-in TDMA channel access allowing truly real-time tracking (200 transmission in 10 seconds)
Very low current draw. As low as 25mA average
16 bit addressing for up to 65,525 different unique IDs per channel.
Programmable proximity alert ( 1-9999 meters) and programmable position report rate (1-9999 seconds).” – Raveon