Pacific Crest XDL Rover 2

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The Pacific Crest XDL Rover 2 is an UHF (Ultra High Frequency) receiver that is lightweight and ruggedized. It is designed for digital radio communications between 403 and 473 MHz in either 12.5 or 25 kHz radio channels.

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Overview

The Pacific Crest XDL Rover 2 is an UHF (Ultra High Frequency) receiver that is lightweight and ruggedized. It is designed for digital radio communications between 403 and 473 MHz in either 12.5 or 25 kHz radio channels. This high performance wide-band data link is a sophisticated and flexible radio technology that is backward compatible with existing products, including ones from Pacific Crest and other brands.

The XDL Rover 2 is a significant upgrade from its predecessor, the XDL Rover, because it is Bluetooth-enabled. Once Bluetooth mode is activated, UHF data received over the air is retransmitted wirelessly to a paired external device. Enjoy the convenience of a cable-less setup and the configurability over Bluetooth from an Android phone. Serial communications (sending data one part at a time) still remains possible through the standard LEMO port.

Features

  • Bluetooth-enabled
  • 70 MHz Bandwidth Coverage, 403-473 MHz bands
  • High Over-the-Air Link Rate
  • 1Hz RTK corrections for multi-GNSS receivers
  • Software-Derived Channel Bandwidth
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Rugged design ‰ÛÒ high vibration tolerance and wide operating temperature range
  • Internal rechargeable battery

Technical Specifications

Dimensions (L x W x H): 142 mm x 84 mm x 28 mm
Weight: 270 g
Connector: Power: #0-shell LEMO-type 5-pin
Operating temperature: -20 C to +60 C
Link rate: GMSK: 4800 bps, 8000 bps, 9600 bps, 16,000 bps and 19,2000 bps

4FSK: 9600 bps, 19,200 bps

Supported Bluetooth Versions: 2.1, 2.0

Ordering

The rugged Pacific Crest XDL Rover 2 UHF receiver is available through Blue Planet Geomatics. Please use the Request Pricing form to contact us for further information.