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Raspberry Pi GPS Module, Using L80-39 Module Program. Support Model A B, PI, A+, B+, Zero, 2, 3. - RS1076

Raspberry Pi GPS Module, Using L80-39 Module Program. Support Model A B, PI, A+, B+, Zero, 2, 3. - RS1076

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  • Working Volatge - 4.5-5.5V
  • Dimensions:120mm x 80mm x 23mm.
  • Weight:G.W 26g.
  • Battery:Exclude
  • -165 dBm sensitivity, 1Hz (Default), up to 5Hz, 66 channels.
  • At least 100mA current draw to startup.


Description:

  • Support Raspberry Pi model A, B, A+, B+, Zero, 2, 3 with its' L80-39 GPS chip inside.
  • Communicate satellite with UART or USB.
  • CP2102 as USB to UART Bridge chip, stable and faster.
  • The L80-39 with 66 search channels and 22 simultaneous tracking channels, acquires and tracks satellites in the shortest time at Outdoor.
  • PPS output can be used to coordinate the time with the satellite.
  • Internal patch antenna which works quite well when used outdoors SMA connector for external active antenna for when used indoors
  • Fix status LED blinks to let you know when the GPS has determined the current coordinates
  • EASY™, advanced GPS technology without external memory
  • Support time service application which can be achieved by PPS sync NMEA feature
  • Built-in LNA for better sensitivity
  • RTC battery-compatible
  • 1x8 male headers, USB micro Interface
  • includes CP2102 Module Serial Converter USB 2.0 To TTL UART
Platform USB-Port-GPS Module
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus
Raspberry Pi zero
Raspberry Pi zero W
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Raspberry Pi Model B+

Parameters

Type value
Satellites 66 acquisition channels,

22 tracking channels

Work Voltage 4.5-5.5V
Weight 4.35g
Maximum Current 100mA MAX
Work Temperature -40~+85℃
scale 16.6x26x18.6(mm)
GPS L80-M39
Patch Antenna Size 15.0 x 15.0 x 4.0mm
Position Accuracy <2.5M CEP
Velocity Accuracy <1.0m/s
Warm/cold start without ESEY <35s
Warm/cold start with ESEY <15s
Acquisition sensitivity -148dBm
Tracking sensitivity -165dBm
Update rate 1Hz (Default)

up to 5Hz

Baud Rate 4800~115200 bps

9600bps default

Protocols NMEA 0183
Mount Cable 1*8 Stacking Header

USB micro data cable

How to wire it up

Uart Style:

Because of the Serial port issue of Raspberry Pi 3, Model B, it may cause an unexpected problem, we suggest that you do not connect the GPS module with Raspberry Pi directly with GPIO Pins.

1. You need a USB-to-TTL cable to connect GPS module and Raspberry Pi, and you can wire it up like this chart:

GPS module Wire color
VCC Red wire
GND Black wire
TXD Green wire
RXD White wire

How to use it

  • After power on and login to the system. you can open a terminal and typing following command to install packages for GPS module.sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get -y install gpsd gpsd-clients python-gps
  • Reboot your Raspberry Pi and login, also typing the command in your terminal, it will help you reconfigure your gpsd service:sudo dpkg-reconfigure gpsd
  • Start the gpsd service:sudo gpsd /dev/ttyUSB0 -F /var/run/gpsd.sock
  • you can stop the gpsd service:sudo killall gpsd
  • You can also use systemctl command to manage this service,but at the first, you should modify the configuration file of gpsd in /etc/default/gpsd,filling the blank with your device name and socket name and path.

Start service:

  • sudo systemctl enable gpsd.sock
  • sudo systemctl start gpsd.sock
  • Stop service:
  • sudo systemctl stop gpsd.sock
  • sudo systemctl disable gpsd.sock
  • Finally, use this command to get information from the GPS module.
  • sudo cgps -s

Package Included:

1 x Raspberry Pi GPS Module, Using L80-39 Module Program. Support Model A B, PI, A+, B+, Zero, 2, 3