|The Pharos iGPS-360 GPS device helps you reach your destination quickly and easily, without any mishaps. Through the serial, USB, CompactFlash, PCMCIA port or Bluetooth wireless connect, you can attach this Pharos automotive GPS device to your notebook computer. The Integrated global positioning system receiver and antenna design in this Pharos GPS receiver tracks 12 GPS satellites, at the same time, for accurate positioning and information provision. With an ultra-compact design, this Pharos automotive GPS device ensures high performance, for any type of mobile computing device. This Pharos GPS receiver allows optimum performance in harsh signal environments, such as foliage and urban canyons. So, get the Pharos iGPS-360 GPS device and plan a trip to some unknown destination, without any worries.|
|MPN||358REC20, IGPS360, IGPS360CF, IGPSRECEIVER, PF080KING, REC20|
|WAAS Features||EGNOS enabled, WAAS enabled|
|Number of Channels||12 Channels|
|Accuisition Time - Cold||60 sec|
|Accuisition Time - Initial Time||40 sec|
|Accuisition Time - Hot||5 sec|
|Max. Horizontal Accuracy||< 32 feet|
|PC Interface||Bluetooth, Serial RS-232, USB|
Average review score based on 2 user reviews
I have one of these that came with Microsoft Streets & Trips a few years ago. I'm working on a Ham radio project that uses GPS, and I wanted to use the same type of unit. Originally I just wanted the cable, since the connector seems to be non-standard. Bought the receiver package, and I'm glad I have 2 of them now. Works great, and Pharos tech support quickly gave me the pinout information I needed. I wish Kenwood support was as responsive...
Anyway, these are great little GPS units, whether they're connected to PC via USB, or using the bluetooth adapter for PC or phone connection. I'm sure I'll find reason to buy another one in the future.